Synopses & Reviews
A dramatic and undeniably addictive psychological thriller about a young woman whose life changes in an instant, and nothing is ever the same.
Before . . .
Life is idyllic for Julie Dolan and her husband Owen. They've bought their dream house in the Berkshires; their careers are on the upswing; and they have the world at their fingertips. They've never been so in love. They've never been happier. The only thing that's missing is a baby--but Julie's got a plan, and they're right on schedule.
Until Owen falls ill with food poisoning, leaving Julie to attend a neighborhood holiday party alone. When she wakes up, half-naked in her neighbor's bathtub, Julie doesn't know how to tell Owen, the police, her friends--anyone--that she has been sexually assaulted. So she keeps it secret until she realizes that she's pregnant with her assailant's baby.
After . . .
Life is unmanageable for Julie. She can't function in the world with a newborn, and she's unable to be present for her husband, her family, her friends. Desperate to solve the mystery of what happened to her, Julie's driven to more and more erratic behaviour, until the truth about that night is revealed. Afterward, no one will be the same ever again. Not Owen. Not the baby. And especially not Julie.