In tenth-grade Latin class Ray Franklin fell in love with Rosalie Foster. Their only date was to the Junior Prom. Yet his love for her was all-consuming and eternal. They stopped communicating during college. During the next twenty years he had many sexual liaisons with many different women. He was married for five years. Yet none of the women could make him forget Rosalie. He was still in love with her. Not until he received the invitation to his twentieth class reunion did he hear from her again. She asked him to come to the reunion. She needed his help.
Rosalie begs for help to kill her husband who is abusing her and her daughter. Is the story true? Ray sneaks into her bedroom and meets a frightening evil beast abusing her who tells him the real story and it's a horror. What ghastly circumstances make taking another man's life okay? Is saving Rosalie from eternal damnation a good enough reason? Ray needs all his courage to meet the challenge.