A charming first encounter quickly turns into something more nefarious when bookstore manager Joe takes a very strong liking to grad student Beck.
As Beck deals with unwanted advances from her advisor, she brings Joe to Peach’s high society soiree. Joe tries to navigate matters with Benji.
Beck’s continued casual encounters catch Joe off guard, as does a run-in with the police. Both make him realize a key situation must be dealt with.
After an awkward evening with Beck, Joe discovers he’s not the only one keeping secrets. Peach’s antagonistic approach to Joe intensifies.
A video from Annika’s past comes back to haunt her. Joe and Peach’s simmering tension boils over when Peach introduces Beck to a major literary agent.
Beck heads to Connecticut with Peach, whose motives are not what they seem. Joe’s pursuit of her stirs up old memories -- and brings new injuries.
A grieving Beck turns to therapy, which leads Joe to do the same -- for different reasons. Joe’s plans for Beck’s birthday don’t go as expected.
Three months later, life is good for Joe and Beck, respectively. But a series of reconnections may spell trouble for Joe’s current relationship.
So, what exactly happened to Candace? Beck is determined to find out -- but to do so, she'll have to take a page straight from Joe's book.
Joe juggles problems with Paco and Beck -- and now must contend with a private investigator as well. But resolution is coming, one way or another.
Joe -- now “Will” -- arrives in his own personal hell on Earth: LA. He's trying to go straight, but the past doesn’t always leave well enough alone.
Joe realizes Will Bettelheim isn’t all he’s cracked up to be. The fallout threatens to get in the way of his burgeoning connection with Love.
Joe attempts to keep things platonic with Love and keep his nose out of Ellie's business. But his instincts soon get the better of him.
As he tries to adapt to sharing Love with Forty, Joe is caught off guard by a group date -- while his protectiveness of Ellie quickly escalates.
Love brings Joe to a wellness weekend, where he gets a good look at her family's dynamic. But Forty’s surprise guest has him feeling anything but zen.
Joe performs surveillance on a potential problem, but suspects someone might be tailing him, too. Painful memories put Love on edge about the present.
To soothe heartache, Joe turns to ancient remedies, modern technology and drinking with Delilah. But one small slip-up could have major consequences.
Joe wants to get away, but Forty insists they finish their script. As pressure mounts, Forty’s excessive coping devices make for a harrowing night.
As Love looks after an increasingly skittish Ellie, Joe tries to reconstruct the events of a trippy evening -- but finds the truth to be elusive.
Joe has always been full of surprises, but Love has a few of her own. Is this the beginning of the end, or the end of the deceiving?