Everybody knows everybody in Westbury, Pennsylvania. Quiet, comfortable, good schools, jobs, and what more could you ask for?
Cristan Rojas wants all this for himself and his daughter. A dozen years ago Cristan and his daughter escaped a massacre at the hands of his dead wife’s Brazilian family. He didn’t want anything to do with his former life under a drug cartel and his job was to assassinate when necessary.
Cristan moves frequently and is always ready for another move until Westbury. It’s so nice, his daughter has friends and she has no idea why he moves constantly, and well, he’d met Sarah.
Sarah was recently divorced from an abusive husband who still antagonizes her. She Acted as a babysitter for Cristan’s daughter and interest is imminent between the two adults.
Both have their reasons for holding back, get rid of the ex-husband’s intrusions, get rid of the family member still trying to kill Cristan, and such stuff.
It’s too bad that the worst of Sarah’s and Cristan’s problems collide at the same time and no one knows who to trust and run from or run to.
It’s a kaleidoscope of issues that Sarah and Cristan must conquer to be rewarded with the simple thing we all want: love and trust.