A woman HAS to have her bags. A bag to match her shoes, dresses, belts— even her hair. But what about bags to match her scars, bitterness, and double life? How do you adequately choose a bag to carry insecurities, hatred, betrayal, and vengeance? Nadia Giselle has mastered it all. She is envied by everyone, and everyone who gets a glimpse of her wants her life. Simultaneously, Nadia envies everyone and wants everyone else’s life. Trapped inside a life of domestic violence and lies, she is drowning in the façade. Her bags no longer accent her, but weigh her down. Will she ever be brave enough to drop them?