Summary: Buffy is the Slayer trying to live life as a normal recently-graduated young woman. She has plans to go to college, to find love, to make her father and stepmother proud. Most of all, she plans to stay out of trouble. Staying out of trouble means avoiding resident morally ambiguous sorcerer, Liam "Angel" Roarke. Easier said than done when he's her stepmother's half-brother.
And easier said than done when they have a bond that goes beyond family ties, beyond magick, and beyond either of their understanding.
Angel is the last person that Buffy would turn to for help - or so she thought. She finds out differently when a series of events leaves her homeless, jobless and facing an identity crisis that threatens to crush her. It's just the opportunity that Angel has been waiting for.
Can Angel make Buffy understand the importance of her Power?
Can Buffy make Angel understand that Power isn't everything?