Obeah owns the resort located in a secluded woodland setting, complete with peaceful lake, fir trees, trails, and cabins. It’s an idyllic place vacationers seek when they need to get away from it all. Catherine and her family have been long-time guests, but she eventually returns by herself as a young woman.
An unexpected romance blossoms between Obeah and Catherine, but she ends up leaving him without explanation or closure. Brokenhearted, the resort owner creates a magical set of nesting dolls that are meant to get Catherine back. Decades later, the dolls end up in the hands of young Isabella, who is immediately attracted to them and senses some kind of magic.
As Isabella grows up, she secretly relies on the smallest doll to guide her through different relationships, hoping to find love. She experiences a crush, her first kiss, and her first true love but also loss. She questions her ability to understand love and is scared she might never find a way to make love last. Are Isabella’s broken relationships her fault, or is it the magic doll? Perhaps this tiny doll, manipulated by heartbreak, is a force to be reckoned with.