All sixteen-year-old Rose has is what she carries: a pillowcase of clothes, her boyfriend's unborn child, and a heart full of shame.
Jenni knows there is more to life than what you weigh. She has come to accept and care for her body without the expectation of weight loss. She eats, moves and lives to feel her most energetic and alive. Yet when she fails to conceive, Jenni begins to wonder if her body is the problem. Jenni encounters weight bias as she investigates why she isn't conceiving, which causes her to doubt herself.
They said until death do them part; will Brynn find the strength to get out before it’s too late?