Nate and Annie Forester are faced with every parent’s worst nightmare when their three-year-old daughter, Penelope, is hit by a car. In the aftermath of her death, the distance between them grows. Nate just wants to return to some version of normal, while Annie finds herself stuck in the quicksand of her grief. Josh – third party to the nightmare – was behind the wheel on the fateful day Penny ran into the middle of the street. Unable to stop thinking about Nate and Annie, Josh has started to stalk them, thinking up ways to apologize when he witnesses Annie leave with her suitcase in tow.
Nate is trying to stay strong, but is slowly losing his mind as he faces the suspicions of Annie’s family and the police in the wake of Annie’s disappearance. Annie has run away in an attempt to start a secret new life in a 100-square-foot house in the middle of nowhere. And Josh, who desperately wants forgiveness, feels he is responsible for reuniting the people whose lives he changed forever. What unfolds is a beautiful and awe-inspiring tale of grace, forgiveness, and love.