Sometimes the only person you can trust to help you move on from tragedy is the one that you’ve pushed away.
Lydia Morgan spent the better part of fifteen years avoiding Phillip Smythe out of resentment. Through her therapy, after a brutal attack, she now realizes he’s the only person who can help her move on.
Having Lydia's full attention was something Phillip wasn’t used to—and neither were the rest of their friends—but never having given up on her, he wasn’t about to walk away when she said she needed his help.
Could the years of resentment simply be shrugged off, or would the deep secrets that Lydia still carries force Phillip to finally step away?