A mom (Ashley Wright) moves across country to an island with her daughter (Scout Wright), they will not be expecting the challenges they will face from the man (David Wright) living next door. Through the eyes of three girls that become best friends, and how their lives will be affected forever. A wholesome family movie that will have you ready to laugh, hold your breath, and cry. Dove Approved.
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