If there is one thing songwriter Soren Lockhart has learned in her thirty—six years, it’s that life is full of ups and downs. When her wife and the mother of their daughter Olivia, decides she no longer wants to live together as a lesbian couple, Soren’s world comes crashing down. In the two years since her divorce, Soren hasn’t even touched her guitar much to her agent’s dismay. In a last ditch effort to snap Soren back to reality, her agent invites her to her vacation home in Savannah, Georgia for some rest and relaxation and hopefully to kick her back into gear. In a totally rash and unexpected move, Soren purchases a fixer—upper and decides to move to Savannah in an attempt to get a fresh start away from a past that still hurts.
Merritt Tanner is struggling with her own unsettling life. She’s in a relationship that is plagued by a past she rather forget. Her partner’s infidelity has taken its toll on her and rather than move on, she continues to blame herself and fools herself into believing if she just stays, she will be able to fix things between her and her girlfriend Kate.
When the two women meet, Merritt quickly learns that a power beyond her control is silently pushing them together. She tries to fight it, but realizes Soren won’t accept no for an answer. Set against the backdrop of one of America’s most popular ghost cities, this is a story of love that spreads across two generations.