For 26-year-old Kit Reilly, change is less like a holiday and more like a cruise on rough seas with a questionable seafood buffet. She’s a lover of spreadsheets, scopes out the menu online before dinner and if there’s nowhere to park, she isn’t going. Kit loves her stable life, but it’s turned on its head when her parents announce they are divorcing after forty years of marriage.
Kit struggles to cope with this new reality as her siblings take sides. This is only made worse when her parents put the family home up for sale and she stumbles upon the bucket list her and her twin, Bea, wrote as children. Bea has done everything; Kit has done nothing.
With the help of her childhood friend, Danny, who is also facing an uncertain future, she embarks on a series of new adventures. From performing on stage to eating a croissant in Paris, Kit learns she is capable of more than she thought possible. That is until she uncovers the secret that destroyed her parent’s marriage and just how much her family has kept from her.
As Kit navigates the complexities of family dynamics, changing relationships and growing up, she discovers that sometimes the only way to move forward is to let go.