I’ve built a career, and my life, around one single idea: That you’re good enough at any size. That everyone’s beautiful. That the beauty lies within you.
Then I meet Louden Graham, and all new words come to mind.
Perfect. Handsome. God-like.
He calls into question everything I’ve taught. Makes me seem like a hypocrite. A man that looks like him can’t possibly be beautiful on the inside.
But the way I’m drawn to him, the way he makes me feel… I’m confronted with a question I’ve never had to face before.
Is my heart big enough to love myself as well as him?
And when a scandal threatens to destroy everything he is, can I put my neck on the line next to his?