Imagine you live an ideal life. It’s like a perfectly edited photo. You are a beloved wife and mother, you have a cozy house, big family, and successful business — a family hotel at a ski resort. Your friends and relatives love you, you trust them, and it seems it will never end. But everything collapses one day. Someone from the past will enter your perfectly built world, air your dirty laundry, and turn everything upside down. It will turn out there is a skeleton in every wardrobe of your hotel. Your husband will betray you, your son will call another woman his mother, your business will turn out a bubble, and your relatives will turn out hypocrites and liars. Who are all these people who you though were your closest ones? Are they those they claim to be? And when the worst thing happens, everyone will point their fingers at you and call you a murderer. Then your life will collapse like a house of cards. Yesterday you had everything, but nothing’s left today: no family, no home, no hotel, not even you…
The protagonist of the series, Katya, lives such perfect life. Everything is neat there, everything is orderly arranged.
She has a beloved husband, a little son and a family business she is in charge. But one night a woman comes
to the hotel. She claims she is its true owner. Katya’s life turns out a pure illusion, a nice picture with nothing behind it. Her closest people become alien to her. Can she cope with this? Can she sort the wheat from the chaff?
Can she understand who is honest and who has been lying to her all these years? Can she make the right decisions and return the things that really matter?