“Wendy,” Charlie stammered, “I really like you, but we ought to date other people. I guess I'm saying I'm not in love with you anymore.” Wendy knows she'll never forget the hurt of those words. How could Charlie say them? She and Charlie have been going steady for over two years, she'll always love him. But now Charlie avoids her, never calls, or speaks to her. Wendy finally starts dating again, but she compares every boy to Charlie, and not one measures up, until she meets Derek! But something is wrong. Why won't Derek come to Wendy's house? Or go to parties with her? Wendy must decide whether she likes Derek, or just likes having a boyfriend.