Juliet Lightbourne wants to write a novel about women in America while her B list literary manager pushes her to write for TV and to stay away from 'rusty dusty literature.' She surrounds herself with her odd ball group of millennials. Her gay friend Charles, an aspiring singer songwriter with an alter ego, who falls in love with Jelani, a runaway from his mid western life. Her best friend Kate, a British implant, has a debilitating school girl crush on Noah, the undercover pseudo journalist who believes his stories will change the world. And her old college sex buddy Colin, the free spirited musician trying to make a buck at any cost, married to Felixe, the French actress unable to act in America. After an embarrassing failure with TV star Kevin Spacey, Juliet enlists Kate to help her write something of worth, in exchange she becomes Kate's Cyrano and begins to write love letters landing Kate a first kiss with Noah. Meanwhile Juliet's past comes back to haunt her in the form of her ...
An aspiring novelist, desperately trying to write for a generation that no longer reads novels, is catapulted into the love stories of her friends, in a city where love has a price.