Do we always have to conform to what society dictates? Are familiarity and conformity always synonymous to morality? Is society always right or most of the time wrong?Love without sex.........forever?For Rellik, an English and Literature teacher, whoMoreDo we always have to conform to what society dictates? Are familiarity and conformity always synonymous to morality? Is society always right or most of the time wrong?Love without sex.........forever?For Rellik, an English and Literature teacher, who likes estimating things in a not so appropriate situation even not a number expert and possesses (self-acclaimed) a good acting skill, it doesnt matter as long as love is the foundation.
For Graig, a former male prostitute, who still likes banging women, probably will have nothing to say.Can love really conquer all? Or is it like a promising 70% off poster with a small asterisk at the bottom saying on selected items only? Or doing one minute workout hoping to lose 20 pounds in a week? In short, bullshit?One sexless being, one love, one secret, one chanceRellik is chosen or forced to (doesnt know which is which) assist Graig, a modern Viking with professionally made up civility (as per Rellik) in his one month stay in a place where no building is higher than third floor and make sure he wont change his mind donating 0.875% of his wealth to Benigno Aquino National High School.Graig is given one month to get all the permissions of all the members of Tapats Family from the parents, nine siblings and two pets--cat and dog.
He has his only chance to get something he never realized he needed for his life--Rellik, his unfuckable happiness. Will he follow his mate down there between his hips or his almost unreliable, inefficient heart?What happens after the warm feeling in the pit of their gut? A raising, galloping horse inside their chest? The excitement and anxiety? What happens after the fall-in-love part? Can love overcome lust for eternity? Even the lust only reserved for his loved one? Or not?