When Cameron Bennett allows his widowed mother to move in, he’s acutely aware of the dangers and strain it will place on his marriage of five years to his wife, Sydney. Rather than resolve the conflict, however, Cameron opts to avoid the tough conversations and focuses instead on the things that are going well in his life. He has job security as an Army civilian. Sydney is just a few classes away from finishing her Master’s degree at the University of Alabama in Huntsville. Cameron has a daughter whom Sydney has embraced as her own. They’ve made plans to purchase a new home once Sydney graduates and lands a job. Life is good. Or at least that’s what they would have everyone believe. Unlike most of their family and friends, Cameron’s younger brother Christopher seems to see right through them and believes otherwise. While Cameron is busy taking care of his mother, he learns a shocking secret that sends him into a downward spiral. Plagued by emptiness, Sydney finds consolation in using her body and attractiveness to get the attention she seeks from her husband. Her beauty becomes the primary attribute she uses to define her value. Cameron and Sydney’s lives take an unexpected turn when a tragic incident occurs, involving someone they both know. Will learning about this incident dispel Sydney’s low self-esteem and insecurities and force her to deal with the demons that have haunted her every night since her teenage years?