An entertaining novel as told by a BYU graduate living in California who realizes he left his true love in Provo. The main character's plan for happiness takes some detours that lead to some highly unexpected moments. * Written by a currently single male member of the LDS Church, single adults will especially relate to the novel's twists. Life turns out differently than the way you planned it. John Edwards thought he had it all figured out. He had a simple plan when he returned from his mission. He wanted to go to BYU, major in Business, return to Southern California, join a Fortune 500 Company, and work his way up the executive ladder. at that time he'd find a beautiful woman to marry, or maybe she'd just fall into his lap. Then after a couple of years in the crazy business world, he'd start his own business venture, be successful, have the greatest family, a wonderful wife, and the best life ever. That was the Plan. There was one problem with the Plan. It didn't work. the reality hurt. John was stuck in a pointless, dead-end job, where he punched numbers for a living. Then one day he finds out that Charlotte, a girl he still has feelings for, is engaged. John throws away his life in Southern California, packs his car, and chases after her.