After nine years of marriage and four children, Carmen and Alex are beginning to take each other for granted. Worse, the enthusiasm they have for their jobs may result in less attention for their children. Carmen decides that a vacation will break them both free of their routines and provide quality time with their children.
Alex is nearing his 40th birthday and feeling inadequate. Clients at his veterinary clinic are increasing in number and they are already short-handed. It isn't a good time to take a vacation, but Carmen is right. Time will not materialize on its own. They must make the time.
Carmen has never planned a vacation before. In fact, she's never been out of Arkansas except to visit relatives in Texas. Alex doesn't want to go and the children want to hurry up and get there. The hotels and the routes aren't what she expects them to be. Romance is impossible and the trip takes longer than she anticipated. The only thing that has gone as planned is that their routine has been broken.
When they finally reach their destination and begin to enjoy themselves, Carmen and Alex accidentally observe a drug deal and wind up being captured. It's a good thing they have had nine years of learning to work together, because working together is their only chance to escape and reunite with their children.
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