What does one say when they realize their child is gone? Better yet, what does one say when that child returns, but is different?
This is the question Pryor must ask himself after his daughter, Lily, is dragged into the woods by a wolf and her body is never found. It isn't until he sees a wolf in the woods with eyes that resemble Lily's that he feels hope. And then something is whispered from deep within the woods, a promise for him to see Lily again.
But which day and for how long?
And then Pryor meets Ned, a silversmith who brings out desires that Pryor hasn't felt in years and helps him hatch a plan to keep Lily with him.
Now the question isn't about how much time Pryor will have with Lily, it's about how far he'll go to keep her with him.