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What do you get when you combine two single parents, two typical teenagers and one lost bag? An incredibly charming story that is hard to put down.

“In the Bag” brings together professional chef Daisy, traveling to Paris with her moody daughter, Coco, and Andrew, who is heading to Madrid with his son, Webb, for work on an art exhibit. After Andrew accidentally spills wine on Daisy during their flight, he slyly slips a flirty note into her bag, addressed to “Ms. 6B”, suggesting they have dinner once they are back home to make up for his clumsiness. When she finds the note, Daisy is not at all amused with “Mr. 13C” and zips off a terse email, letting him know just how offended she is by his suggestion. Meanwhile, unbeknownst to them, Coco and Webb accidentally pick up each other’s black duffle bag, not realizing their mistake until they arrive at their respective locations. What comes next is Oakley Sunglasses Outlet a tale of teenage flirtation, single Oakley Sunglasses Outlet parent dating angst, parent child d Oakley Sunglasses Outlet ynamics, and circumstances beyond their control bringing them all together.

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