Turning thirty is not what Autumn thought it would be.
She thought life should be figured out by now. Besides, she took all the right steps: moved from her beloved hometown, married a successful businessman, settled in a Boston penthouse, traveled the world, and is now writing her first novel and preparing for a move to Italy. She’s living the dream.
Except she’s not so sure it’s her dream.
With cracks forming in her once seemingly perfect marriage to Mark and doubts stirring of the choices she’s made, Crimson Bay is the last place Autumn needs to return. It’s the one place her true self always remained, the one place she regretted leaving. Yet it’s the one place Mark thinks she needs to be the most for her thirtieth birthday.
When Mark’s company acquires the newest social media phenomenon, Bridging the Six Degrees, a party-planning experiment designed to bring people together on deeper levels, he surprises introverted Autumn with a party the whole world can view. Much to her dismay, hundreds of strangers travel to Autumn’s quaint Wisconsin hometown to watch her step out on a makeshift stage under exposed lighting with camera crews recording it all. Thirty global strangers in the audience challenge her with activities that changed their lives. She has ninety days to complete each one and capture her experiences through photos and journal entries.
Embarking on the adventures with her two best friends and a man from her hometown who she has an undeniable connection with, Autumn faces her fears, doubts, and new encounters––reminding her of who she is and proving she’s stronger than she once believed. She must decide if the life she has now is worth walking away from what she always thought she wanted.
What if I never left…What if I met him first…What if he’s worth sacrificing it all…