Beng is forced to share his cramped room with a distant cousin, Jacob. He shows his contempt for him openly, making snide remarks.
Familiarity usually breeds contempt, but in the case of Beng and Jacob, it was just a matter of time before they found out where hate ended and love began.
Tempers flared easily. Every encounter they had was very tense. It didn’t help that there was a really awkward shower encounter where Jacob was caught staring at his hind.
But as time passed, Jacob realised that Beng’s outbursts were just a front. They actually had a mutual, unspoken love.