When sixteen-year-old McKenzie starts gushing about Bella, the new coworker at her summer job, Natalie Sullivan finds her past and present in conflict. Bella, two years older than McKenzie, looks so similar that a customer remarks they could be sisters. And when Natalie learns that Bella was adopted, she is propelled back into a heartbreaking decision. The more McKenzie talks about Bella, the more Natalie wonders: could Bella be her daughter? What will the impact be if Bella really is her biological child? And if she isn't, can Natalie embrace the joy and potential in her own family without wondering about what could have been?