In an old curio shop, Jenny buys a wooden figure that reminds her of a favorite toy from her childhood, a male fashion model doll. One difference is that the figure is anatomically correct rather than having molded underwear. Another is that the figure's head has no features, is completely smooth.
She names it Charlie, but shortly after she brings it home, an invisible man shows up in her bed, or couch, or shower -- wherever she is -- and makes love to her. She realizes he's everything she's wished for in a lover...except real.
Can she give The Doll up and look for a man who isn't a fantasy?