Lia's got it figured out. She gets to ski for a living, lives with her best friend, has her pick of the hot men who waltz in and out of her mountain town, and come January she gets the highlight of her year: working with the Bonnefoy sisters.
Only this year, they won't be there, relocated to the Swiss Alps due to a family emergency. Lia is offered no small consolation prize: VIP access to the best of the Sundance Film Festival, courtesy of the Bonnefoy parents, a boon which should be more than enough for her to lick her wounds and move on. Her favorite clients aren't around, but that doesn't mean she can't have fun.
But then her best friend starts going off-book, playing matchmaker with a Hollywood-type that Lia tells herself she wants to avoid at all costs.
She's a skier, not a fan. She knows her life. She loves it.
And she's stubbornly holding on to every bit of it, willing it not to change.