At first, Imogen (Elisabeth Speckman) enjoyed being a Princess when her father, Cymbeline
(John Mortell), decided to secede from both the North and the South at the dawn of the civil war to set up his own kingdom. However, after having her marriage annulled, her new husband banished, and offered to her step-brother Cloten, she has learned that a comfortable prison is still a prison and being a highly valuable piece of property still leaves you as property.
Now that the Confederacy has lost the Civil War, Cymbeline is distracted by the issues of state, which include the Army of the Republic amassing soldiers to crush his kingdom and his war-weary neighbors threatening violence so they do not turn into collateral damage. The king has left Imogen in the hands of his power-hungry new wife (Ashley Elliott) who seeks to eliminate Imogen as a threat to become heir to the throne.
Cymbeline still carries the abduction of Imogen's two older siblings (Elysia Rohn/Tyler Marx) by a former confidant (Matt Anderson) from their cribs as a weight in his soul, so when Imogen runs away from the Queen to join her husband, Cymbeline is distraught.
As Imogen flees through a war zone she is pursued by those who want to dominate her, those who want to kill her, and those who want their property returned.
She faces these dangers to live the life she chooses.
But with her husband, father, and her neighbors swept up in a new war,
will there be anyone left to build that life with?