2 Works in Mackenzie (Almost Adults)
A few years after Cassie left to live in New York in search of her dream job, and has achieved everything she wanted for her life, something seems wrong. She refuses the second proposal of marriage and seems again uncertain of her life except for one thing. Meanwhile, Mackenzie also came out of a relationship that apparently seemed to be right but ended in a horrendous betrayal. However, this breakup brought to Mackenzie something she had not noticed before, if she realized she denied it until she was forgotten.
In this hurricane of feelings, Cassie and Mackenzie meet again and reveal their new feelings that arose in the years had passed. At this moment that the two of them are surprised by a new life and Mackenzie finds herself in a plot of love and lost feelings realizing that the path to her happiness has always been closer than she has ever imagined.
Growing up is hard. Coming out is harder. Falling in love with your best friend sucks. Until it doesn’t.
In Mackenzie’s life, she was always certain of these three things: one, she loves food. Two, she’s a lesbian. Three, she’s in love with her best friend. After coming out to her parents goes horribly wrong and not what she expected to hear, Mackenzie and Cassie’s relationship takes a surprisingly strange turn that neither girl was prepared for. Meanwhile, Cassie is struggling with her own sexual identity after her horrible break up with her ex, Mathew. In this new, strange life they share together, they both come to realize that no matter what you identify as, learning how to be an adult is the worst.