On his way to visit some friends he met on his last trip, Boone gets word that his sister Hannah is in trouble. He turns around, but without a job or a place to live he knows he can’t be much help. On the way back he sees a small house for rent and decides to move into it, figuring there’s nothing for him in his old home town anyway.
Making a fresh start gives Boone a chance to become known as more than just his father’s son, and meeting Molly teaches him that obstacles, whether family history or current limitations, do not have to define them. Boone begins to realize that letting go of the past becomes possible when he is creating something in the present, and that family can be much more than the one he was born into.