Kennedy Miller has always been pragmatic. Her father left when she was a baby and her mother died when she was young, leaving her to be raised by widowed rancher Nell Purdue in the small town of Liberty.
Nothing much happens in this little town and Kennedy's got no reason to expect a future that's anything but mundane. What little excitement is in her life comes from her best friend Emma, a dreamer who believes in rainbows, unicorns and happily-ever-afters.
But Kennedy encounters more excitement than she could possibly imagine when she's left an inheritance by an obscure Great Uncle - a centuries-old castle nestled deep in France's Loire Valley.
Kennedy's determined to sell the castle and buy a little house back in Liberty. But coming across seven marble statues, hidden deep in the bowels of the abandoned castle, she discovers a world she couldn't possibly have imagined, proof that myths are sometimes grounded in the truth, and a future she's not sure she's ready for.