Why did it have to be him? Why couldn't it be her mother instead?
Hannah Marks, a law student at NYU, has a broken relationship with her mother. That's perfectly fine with her since the woman ruined her life. When a tragedy occurs with her father, her world is thrown into chaos, bringing back the forgotten woman. Hannah is torn from her life in New York and is forced to adapt to a rural city in Ohio. Can she even salvage what is left that she once had with her mom, and will she lose it all to gain it back?