Clay Desno -- recently separated from his driven, corporate-climbing wife, Pamela -- takes their adopted daughter, Jenna, on a "homeland tour" to Russia. It's a tradition for foreign-adopted kids like herself. Jenna's intentions, however, are nothing like what either parent imagined.
When prior commitments prevent Pamela from joining them, Clay is both furious and heart-broken. Refusing to give up on their marriage, he had hoped to make this a reconciliation tour ... for all of them. Once in-country, Clay's attractive female tour guide is a nice distraction, but she can't be trusted.
When Jenna goes missing, and Clay receives the kidnapper's call, his worst fears come true. His daughter is gone, and he is alone, halfway around the world, barely able speak or even read the language. The kidnapper's laugh haunts him as he scours the city searching for his daughter.
With no idea what she's getting into, Pamela drops everything and comes to the rescue when she hears the horrible news. But, does their daughter even want to be rescued? Their only hope now is to catch the Last Train Out.