The female lead, Cat (Barbie Hsu), grew up in a single-parent family – and didn't finding any easy through her mother's “2nd Wind”: trouble with her step-father led to her running away from home during her 3rd year of high school. Yet at that time, Cat also met a vibrant, shining youth -- Liam (Yu-Yen Peng) -- and the two formed a love that was innocent, and pure. From that point on, Cat would always think of love as ... everything. Next, as Liam goes off to fulfill his army service, Cat -- facing loneliness and bills – fulfills her needs through encounters with men on the internet. Through this, Cat is introduced to Van (Chang-Hsiao Chuan), a man who is only interested in sex that involves money . After the two of them have a long, deep discussion, they are surprised to find that they make, in every respect, a harmonious match – and from there, they are headlong into a passionate world of desire. Yet it is only after Cat-the-college-student has broken up with Liam that she discovers how love is not just intimacy – it is also desire. Just as Cat comes to believe she has found her one true love, she discovers Van is already married – and for another ten years, she rides an arc of reason, and passion. Only after all that does she recall those days of passion, and romance: a co-worker arranges a blind date, and Cat is surprised to meet Sunshine (Easton Dong). Deaf from birth, Sunshine is nonetheless optimistic, warm, and creative -- and not the type who easily gives up. Will Cat find, in Sunshine's all-encompassing love, everything she's been looking for?