Anna and Mary are college room mates, the volatile kind to begin with. Snarky rivals with short tempers and a shared competitive streak. But as time passed, the women grew closer, bonded in hushed conversations whispered over lamplight in the safety of their dorm, listened and confessed until all that was left between them was the startling rawness of how similar they really are. What came next was new and terrifying, the slow burn of it yanking them inwards without them noticing, but now it’s there, open and strangely solid and neither of them want out of this. But Anna still has a secret she’s kept hidden from her lover, and it’s getting harder to hide.