Nice girls catch nice boys.
Eleanor Field wants to spend the summer of 1986 hanging out in Nashville. No drama, no dating. No nightmare memories of home and of choices she had to make too young. Nothing but rock n’ roll and pastries for this failed nice girl.
But then Eleanor walks into the local record shop, and he’s behind the counter.
Being nice got him nowhere.
Sam Greene is newly graduated, newly single, and proud of both. He wants a summer of no worries. No more drama of trying to be the perfect boyfriend. Nothing but music and an internship at the chemistry lab for this too-nice-for-his-own-good guy.
But then she walks into the local record shop while he’s behind the counter.
I’m not here trying to find any trouble.”
“I’m not trouble.”
“Well, I am.”