It figured that the last man on earth would be the one who broke her heart.
The world died practically overnight, leaving behind sparse pockets of survivors, who must learn to live without electricity, internet, cable, or grocery stores. When it came to survival, it was kill or be killed.
When Brody rides off into the sunset, with grandiose dreams, he leaves behind not just his small town but also his first love. But the hopes he had of making it big are shattered when a deadly virus hit. Lonely in this new reality, he finds himself drawn back to his hometown and rediscovers the woman he left behind.
Hannah never thought the expression, “Not if you were the last man on earth” would ever come back to haunt her, but when the world’s population is decimated by a deadly virus, she regrets her words, especially when Brody comes riding back into her life. A very alive Brody who reminds her she’s not just a survivor but also a woman.
Eking out an existence in this new world is hard. Forgiving the blunders of the past sometimes harder. Against all odds, Brody and Hannah survived the plague, but will their stubborn nature still tear them apart?