2 Works in Martha Blackburn & Rachel Reid
Fatin knows her type, and Leah Rilke does not fit it.
Or, Fatin always notices Leah, but it takes a while before Fatin can acknowledge what she feels for Leah.
A year after returning home from the island, all the girls end up in L.A., after Dot and Fatin follow through with their plans. Instead of endless trauma and fighting for survival, their day-to-day now consists of laughter, annoying coworkers, movies and board games, exams, romance, dance parties, music, pillow fights, future plans, and late-night conversations about the point of existence collapsed on each other all over Dot and Fatin's living room. But their path to this point was far from an easy one, as told through a series of flashbacks, detailing each of the girls' lives from the moment they got home to when they finally arrived in L.A.