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Things are looking good for aspiring journalist April. Not only has the 20-something received an opportunity to impress her editor at the Boston newspaper where she works, but she also has a budding romance with attractive co-worker Dominic. Unfortunately that's when a big challenge starts. She is admitted to hospital and learns from her oncologist uncle that she has cancer. Thus begins April's journey to beat the disease while following her dreams for both her personal and professional lives.

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April travels to Rome to escape the many distractions that are impeding her progress on her book; Brenna gets devastating news from Finn.
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A former college friend gets the jump on April when she tries to connect with a book publisher at an exclusive event.
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April is reluctant to accept a literary agent's advice about her book until a meeting with a friend changes her point of view; Brenna confronts her feelings about her father.
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April ruffles family feathers when she investigates a secret George has been hiding; George and Mae try to work through their damaged relationship.
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April's friends worry she is heading down a dangerous path when she uses her inheritance money to take a walk on the wild side; Brenna's short film is screened; Sara attempts to help others.
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April shuts out the world following an unexpected loss, until a surprise helps her overcome her grief; Finn gives Brenna good advice.
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The honeymoon is over for April and Leo as they attempt to adjust to the complexities of married life; Brenna doesn't feel welcome at her new school's LGBQT club.
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April and Leo's wedding day arrives, but the happy event is threatened by nerves and secrets; Dominic struggles with the reality of losing the woman he loves.
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April works on her list of "lasts" as her wedding day approaches; Dominic arranges for April to meet with his book agent; Leo attempts to be on his best behavior with Dominic.
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April and Leo take a newlywed quiz to learn more about each other, but the results aren't quite what they expected; April suspects her father may have been hiding secrets; Brenna has trouble with Margo's crazy ex.
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Brenna hides her true feelings as she endures life in April's shadow; Dominic seeks a fresh start with his mother; April looks for the perfect wedding dress.
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April takes a break from a stressful health care decision by heading to Bermuda with Beth; Sara is plagued by money issues; Brenna finally manages to fit in at Charlton.
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A fellow cancer patient gives April the impetus to live in the moment; Natalie finds a secret manuscript of her father's that could impact the entire family.
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April fights to stay strong after receiving unwelcome news; sweeping changes at the newspaper put April's job in jeopardy; Brenna learns she is a bone marrow match for an unknown patient.
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April rethinks her priorities when the newspaper's new editor-in-chief pressures her to put her career first; Sara tries to reach out to Natalie and George; Dominic and Natalie decide to tell April about their secretive relationship.
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Tension arises when Beth and April discuss the shortcomings of each other's boyfriends; Dominic and Natalie share a sentimental connection; Sara learns shocking information about her latest fling.
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April fears the worst following a recurrence of her cancer symptoms; Brenna feels pressured by Sara's expectations regarding her academic future; Beth's busy work schedule impacts her personal life.
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April is forced to defend herself when her controversial article becomes national news; Beth recruits Brenna and Greer for a fashion show; Sara suspects that Emma is hiding something.
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April must make a tough decision when she breaks a story involving a baseball player; Leo grows uncomfortable living in the shadow of his wealthy family; Brenna is intrigued by Greer's change in behavior.
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April decides to cut loose at Beth's house party; Brenna teams up with an old friend to take down a common enemy at school; Leo's new job is more challenging than he expected.
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April tries to make a new start with Leo; Dominic and April spend an awkward evening together covering the same news event; George and Natalie share unexpected news with the Carvers.

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