Arthur Kirkland was the owner of a local flower shop called Summer Nights. It was a small shop he owned to sell flowers and create bouquets, gardens, decorations and anything involving flowers. He owned a large greenhouse where he grew a garden of flowers of different kinds for him to sell. He nourished, watered and cared for them each and every day. It was not only his job, but his life. Yet, he lived alone, for his parents died of old age and his brothers wanted nothing to do with him.
Despite all of this, Arthur held on strong, using the flowers as his company. He'd often talk to them, due to his wish for company, which drew much attention. Though, Arthur didn't seem to take notice of the looks he received and no one dared to ask why he talked to them. He never made friends, and not just because of his thing for talking to plants, but it was also the fact he seemed to avoid companionship.
A young man came by Arthur's flower shop one day. He was young, perhaps a college student of 18