"Someday, someone is going to look at you like you are the best thing in the World" Twenty-seven year old William "Will" Mason is on the fast track to being one of the best robotics and artificial intelligence engineers in the country. In order to achieve his dream, he has to come up with an innovative idea for his final exam project at MIT. But thinking of an original idea isn't easy, until he meets someone who inspires him. Twenty-four year old Maia Canyon has always been told she had an old soul and a big heart. In her final year of studying horticulture, she decides that for her final assignment, she would grow an orchard in the main square of her hometown to show people there is beauty everywhere, and as a legacy to her family. As the two get to know each other, they realise, life has a way of not giving you what you want, but giving you what you need. But, is it enough? What happens when it's not? What happens when you're faced with a decision to either let go, or fight to keep going?