The disappearance of Bart Bachmann necessitates the placement of his daughter, Tally, into the home of her aunt and uncle, Amanda and Neil Janvier, and cousins Chase and Delcey. Though Tally’s father loves her, his own life is a kind of fleeting and shallow existence, and the Janviers represent the exact opposite of everything that is her father. They seem to live life under the ideas of responsibility, constancy and, above all, a focus on family. But Tally soon discovers that appearances can be deceiving when their secrets threaten to destroy everything that really matters to them.
Whether Tally’s abandonment is a temporary or perma