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A 30-something travel guide assistant, fed up with cubicles and dating the slackers that seemed cool in her twenties, heads to Ireland to follow a cryptic dream from her deceased grandmother.
Paige picks up all the slack at work, crumples under the demands of her bigoted boss, and settles into the drudgery of cubicle life. Seems like dreams are for your twenties, cubicles are for your thirties. Still she can’t shake a cryptic dream from her deceased grandmother telling her she’ll find what she’s looking for in Ireland.
When Paige gets a last-minute chance to fly to Ireland for work, she arrives there expecting something magical -- only to discover a jumble of misleading Irish accents, newly constructed cubicles, and an intriguing guy named Sean who’s saddled with heavy obligations from his past. Through all the crazy demands of her job and her growing interest in Sean, Paige discovers a makeshift group of Irish friends to call family and the patron saint of “standing up for yourself.”