Cleo Patricia Jones is t your typical young lady. Some might say that her ample supply of self-love is borderline obxious, but she's t one to be bothered by that. She is determined to make something of herself, but she can't seem to get away from loathing the job she has at the local grocery store, where she works in the hours off from her schedule of college courses. Cleo is t the kind of girl to down herself over a few extra pounds; she is proud of her curvy body and relishes in the attention she receives from it. She has dozens of guys at her beck and call, but she comes to find that she is still lonely. In this modern self-discovery vel, Cleo comes to terms with her past and her present in order to figure out what she is going to do in the future.