If only 24-year-old nurse Jill Bradley had listened to her gut, her life might have continued on a positive trajectory. Instead, she ignored the inner voice, for reasons even she can’t explain, and it led to unimaginable tragedy and a series of events that blows her life way off course. In an attempt to regain her sea legs, Jill flees from her comfortable New York City suburban home to the sundrenched Caribbean island of Triton. Baby powder sand, the mystique of the sea and tender romance may serve as an antidote, but even this paradise isn’t utopia.
Meanwhile, Helen Bradley, Jill’s mother, has a secret. She’s dedicated her life to her family and the thought of this secret tearing them apart haunts her. But all hidden things have an expiration date, and it’s getting difficult to tell what might hurt her daughter more: keeping or sharing it.
I Know You’re There is a mother-daughter journey, celebrating the highs and delving into the lows of family life. Can the power of love heal all things?