As each of these situations mounts into a tangled trio of romantic holiday crises, it brings the Borgens to surprising revelations about how endings become beginnings.For a tomboyish girl desperate to support her family and a lackadaisical heir to a food conglomerate, the lies they weave ensnare them in a complicated web of emotions.Ross tries to move on after seeing Gavin and Rachel kissing.Rachel finds out that he kept a message from that guy at the bar away from her. Joey must get a waxing for his eyebrows to get a part, but chickens out after he gets one eyebrow done.Go Eun Chan (Yoon Eun Hye), whose tomboyish mannerisms and androgynous good looks often get her mistaken for a pretty boy, bears the burden of supporting her free-spending mother and younger sister after her father’s death.Choi Han Kyul (Gong Yoo), the heir to a major food company, is under constant pressure from his grandmother to go into the family business and settle down to provide the next generation of heirs.
The hip hop heirs are rocked by scandalous rumors; battle lines are drawn when Briana confronts Kristinia. Romeo attends family funeral and worries about sister's addiction. Rumors about Angela's fiance and possible pregnancy stun Romeo. A lawsuit from Romeo's mother could destroy No Limit.Katie, a 17-year-old, has been sheltered since childhood and confined to her house during the day by a rare disease that makes even the smallest amount of sunlight deadly.Fate intervenes when she meets Charlie and they embark on a summer romance.Even as his neighbor-with-benefits, Tricia (Kristen Bell) tries to push him back into the dating pool, he remains blind to anyone else's charms.Meanwhile, his fiercely independent collegiate daughter Samantha (Lily Collins) is publishing her first novel while recoiling at the very thought of first love with a diehard romantic (Logan Lerman); and his teen son Rusty (Nat Wolff) is trying to find his voice, both as a fantasy writer and as the unexpected boyfriend of a dream girl with unsettlingly real problems.