You should know what you want after college, right?
After graduating college and getting into Harvard Law School, Tracy drops out leaving everything behind. She travels back to the town outside of Boston where she spent most of her childhood at her grandparents manor. There, she is reminded of her absent parents and the memory of her perfect sister, Becca, bringing up emotions she thought she had buried long ago.
With the help of her grandparents and the annoyingly optimistic gardener, Tracy learns that it's okay not to have everything figured out and that what you want, sometimes really is right in front of you.
It's not summer without the unexpected.
It's the summer after high school and Amy wants nothing more than to leave the little town Shelby, CA to start a new life in Chicago away from people she feels don't understand her. It is only a week into summer, when Amy meets Seth, a college student visiting for the summer to try and make amends with his father.
Told in the point of views of both Amy and Seth, their unlikely connection builds, exposing their secrets, pain, and leaving them with an unforgettable summer.