Rowan is stuck. She's just turned thirty and her dreams of becoming a screenwriter are stalled, along with her bank account, as she and her fiancé Seth try to make sense of what's next for them after leaving LA. But when the couple takes a trip to a cabin in the Adirondacks, Rowan finds herself drawn into a story greater than her own--that of socialite-turned-feminist-crusader Eddie Calloway, who vanished one day in 1975 and was never found or heard from again. Rowan delves deeper into the mystery of what happened to Eddie. And in a parallel storyline, we meet Eddie herself, a fierce and loving woman whose greatest joy was to host women at her camp and unlock their "wildness." However, Eddie's wild ways, aren't welcomed by everyone in the area. Rowan and Seth also find themselves at odds regarding their lives together, and as Rowan gets closer to the truth of Eddie's disappearance, she realizes that it may hold the key to unlocking her own ambition and future.