Jack, a hard-nosed man of few words, want's nothing more than to be left alone. That's why he made the trip out to the secluded cabin in the Alaskan wilderness. All that is for naught when his peace and quiet is broken by the sound of an incoming airplane headed straight for his lake front escape. While surprise guests would be bad enough, bombing Jack's lake with a body wrapped in plastic is just plain rude. Especially when that body isn't even dead yet. In a fleeting act of death defying heroism, he fishes the young Bailey from the grip of death. As an avid recluse, Jack is uncomfortably faced with aiding the timid Bailey back to health. She has had a tough run. So tough that she has no clue what a life without drugs, beatings and self degradation even feels like. She's about to learn. Trapped in the Alaskan Wild, she is faced with no other choice but to get clean. Through all the pain and anguish, the only one she has to turn to for support is Jack and his grizzly demeanor.
Do you truly live, or simply exist?