Marty's more than a little surprised when the sidewalk psychic who hangs out between the liquor store and the flower shop says that somebody’s in love with him. Who could it be? Marty's got no prospects. Even the girls at work take no interest in him—or in his co-worker Cameron. Still, every time he sees the psychic, she insists he's more loved than he knows. When Marty's beloved grandmother dies, Cameron is the only person from work who shows up at the funeral. Marty tries to be a pillar for his mother and aunt, but all he wants to do is join his friend in the back row and cry in Cameron's arms. Afterwards, Cameron takes care of him, feeding him homemade soup and being the best friend Marty could ever imagine. Still, he doesn't see it coming when Cameron kisses him. They’ve always been buddies, nothing more. Can Marty make the transition from friend to lover?