It seems that Callie’s marriage to Whit is over before their wedding reception has ended.
Alone in her honeymoon suite, she scrolls through the photos and social media posts on her phone to track back over the moments leading to the big day, such as when she moved into an upscale Manhattan apartment with friend Virginia and met Whit on the subway. The apartment is owned by Virginia’s parents, Mimi and Walter Murphy, who used to summer with Callie’s less well-to-do parents on Rhode Island.
Amid a search for her late father’s manuscript, a society wedding, the return of her secret ex Ollie, an eating disorder and an arty Insta account, Callie tries to pinpoint where things went wrong.
From the perfectly captivating phrase of “The wedding day was perfect before we broke up,” this satirical story soon went downhill with such an insufferable heroine. All a bit too weird for me.