Gray a typical of Devyn Morgan character leaves home at the start of the story for an escape from his family that is more attracted to church things and thinks that he is perhaps diverted from the right path. We see in most part of the story a person who is trying to survive with the minimal of the resources that are available for him in his jobless and homeless condition. He uses fishing coins for his basic needs like food in order to save himself from the hunger pangs but still, he lacked a resting place which he can call a home.
Another one in the story is Adrian who in his haste of saving himself from getting late falls but is saved by a handsome looking person to whom he feels much thankful to but later he finds out that his pocketbook was stolen by that same handsome looking man. Adrian was so desperate about his phone as well that he tries to attract or seduce the one who stole it. He uses the help of the text messages which make the handsome man attracted toward the meeting. Both meet at a particular selected point and at this spot in the story an important realization is made by both of the characters that they are similar in so many ways. The looks they possess for each other is a look that is going to change their life in the coming future or perhaps it was an alarm or a threat for their future life a relation that will affect everything related to them. The human psychology is discussed in a quite absurd way throughout the story. Joe Formichella has narrated the story in a skillful manner as much mastery was needed to depict such kind of characters right in their original personality. If you have enjoyed this one you must be compelled to listened to such stories as Prescription for Love and Saved by Coffee.