When Rey loses her husband in a plane crash a month before her fiftieth birthday, she seems to recover from the loss and slowly begins returning to her everyday life. She knows herself to be a strong woman and believes she’ll be okay. But a part of her falls into a deep sleep as men and relationships vanish, and what’s more, she isn’t interested in reviving that aspect of her life.
Fifteen years later, however, things have changed. Rey feels the time has come to emerge from her cocoon and investigate the possibility of romance once more. As she explores her options, men begin to notice her, and she feels ready to try again. But she’s in uncharted territory. It’s been more than thirty years since she’s been on a date, and she’s lost. The rules and language of the game have changed, and Rey faces the singles scene of the twenty-first century with the tools and information of a bygone era. But with the help of some friendly younger women who are familiar with dating dos and don’ts and are willing to help her out, Rey finds herself on an amazing journey toward a new life.
Rey’s story is the story of single women who reached their golden years still feeling vitality and passion to live life to the fullest, as well as the importance of embracing new opportunities and experiences regradless of one’s age.