Tess & Barrett Ryan have been married for over twenty years. They’re both hopelessly in love with each other. Have been since they were just seventeen years old. But lately, they feel disconnected. They don’t get time together to go on dates much less bedroom time. Date night no longer consists of the woo. He can’t remember the last time he had his wife to himself. She can’t remember the last time she felt adored. As much as he un-derstands that she’s feeling unappreciated and generally unneeded as his wife, he feels the same. They’re struggling in a way they never imagined when they began their rela-tionship all those years ago.
It seems that their lives won’t slow down and change isn’t going to happen un-less they make it. Together they realize they’ve put them first for far too long and in the meantime forgot what made their house a home to begin with. Will a week in a remote Michigan cabin be enough to remind each other what they built their lives upon? How do they fall back in love with each other when they never fell out of it in the first place?