Bryn is a good, responsible girl and she always has been. Focused on not being a burden or taking up too much space, she moves through life doing good for others. But when she catches her best friend's father in the midst of an affair, those good girl values are tested. Does she tell his wife or her friend? Does she pretend she didn't see? She doesn't know what to do, so she avoids the situation altogether. But she still can't clear the scene from her mind. When the family becomes unavoidable, she tries her best to pretend that she saw nothing. But how can she look at him the same once she's seen what she's seen? And how can she sleep over at her bestfriend's house when she's fantasizing about her father in the shower?