Aron is stuck in a dead-end relationship. The object of his affection has become cold and unforgiving—trapping him in a place where he really shouldn’t be. Now, his life is just passing him by. He knows that if he stays he won’t survive. So Aron does the unthinkable and leaves, but he knows he will never forget their time together. There will always be a piece of him left behind.
The King’s Speech
George is a quiet man, struggling with the family business. One day he meets Lionel and everything changes. Before Lionel, George had trouble expressing himself. His relationship with Lionel gave him the strength to overcome his challenges and tell the world, and Lionel, how he truly feels. George learns a lot from Lionel but in the end, Lionel learns just as much from George.
Vincent Vega is in love with a woman who doesn’t even know he exists. There is only one hitch, that woman is his boss’s wife, Mia. Circumstance throws them together when Vincent’s boss, Marsellus, asks him to take Mia out on a date while he’s away. They go to a theme diner and immediately fall head over heels for each other, sharing terrible jokes and dancing the night away. They win the twist contest and things could not be going better. However, Vincent realizes he cannot pursue Mia any further; he is simply too upstanding and loyal. He sacrifices their chance at a future together rather than risk besmirching her good name. Mia finds this news so painful, it’s almost as if Vincent plunged an adrenaline needle straight into her heart. But she somehow finds the will to go on, keeping the memory of what they shared alive. Trying to forget something as intriguing as this would be an exercise in futility.
Nina Thomas never thought she would find anyone she loved more than ballet. That is, until she met Lily. It’s the kind of love that turns her world upside down and makes it hard to tell what is real. Sometimes she thinks it’s all one big dream—or maybe a hallucination? One thing’s for sure, there’s someone for everybody in this mixed-up crazy world.
Buddy’s the new kid in town. He has a difficult home life and a lot of trouble fitting in anywhere. Maybe that’s why Jovie has so much trouble trusting him at first. As they grow together she starts to realize he’s not such a bad guy and that maybe, just maybe, the person she has so much trouble trusting is herself.
Sometimes love takes a vacation, but it always comes back home again—it can never leave. Wendy is tired of her husband Jack neglecting her. Even though she doesn’t think he notices, Jack knows he has to win back her love and revitalize their marriage. He whisks Wendy and their young son away on a three-month getaway at a snowy inn. At first, Wendy is dismayed thinking this is just one of Jack’s work trips, but Jack manages to completely surprise her with a lot of one-on-one time and things heat up despite the frozen conditions. They even frolic like children through the inn’s hedge maze. Remember, love is lurking around the corner when you least suspect it.