Not entirely settled to carry on with her life based on her conditions, she moves to Boston and it is here that she meets Dr. Ryle Kincaid. Charming, smooth and debauchedly attractive, he is a man who seems as though he ventured straight out of a men's magazine.
They hit it off straight away yet Ryle is against connections and Lily doesn't do casual hookups. Notwithstanding, with opportunity they draw nearer. Life is great, too great however at that point one episode leaves this flawlessness of a day to day existence in pieces
Ryle Kincaid is a specialist who says he never needs to get hitched or have children. They meet on a housetop in Boston on the night Ryle loses a patient and Lily goes to her oppressive dad's burial service.
Lily swears she'll never go on in another abusive relationship, yet when Ryle begins to give overall the very cautioning indications that her mom overlooked, Lily learns exactly that bidding farewell is so difficult.
Novel passages whimsically addressed to TV have Ellen DeGeneres act as flashbacks to Lily's young years, when she met her most memorable love, Atlas Corrigan, a homeless kid.
At the point when Atlas turns up in Boston, presently an effective culinary specialist, he asks Lily to leave Ryle. Regardless of the better choice directly before her, a surprising difficulty powers Lily to cut attaches with Atlas, confront Ryle, and try to end the cycle of abuse before it’s too late.