Charlotte Row is in a rut. After a decade of marriage, feeling trapped by her responsibilities as a breadwinner in a job that bores her, de-sensualized in her role as mother, and neglected by her husband, she yearns for her earlier days of freedom and romance. Until the day she comes home from a ladies only weekend finding her house empty. All the evidence points towards parental child abduction, but for all her complaints, Charlotte's heart refuses to accept what her eyes and brain tell her. An extreme example of the reason to be careful what you wish for, Charlotte must now come to terms with her new reality and decide if she wants to continue to merely daydream about a better future, or to take charge of her own life. Along the way she must also locate her family, deal with the up and downs of running a small business, and decide what is more important, the security that can be found settling for doing the same thing day in and day out or pursuing her own dreams knowing the risks. This is a secular story of faith set in the very real Great Recession economic conditions.