Summer knows that her relationship with Chris is over—she’s in her first year of college, and he’s touring with his band. Ten years of friendship, and barely twelve hours of romance are gone. Forgotten.
The more Summer tries to move on, the more she’s reminded of Chris. And she’d give just about anything to be the forgetful, instead of the forget-ee. Because Chris had no problem taking off without so much as a backwards glance.
As it turns out, one-night stands do an okay job of pushing away unwanted memories. But each new conquest makes her feel cheaper. Each ‘improvement’ takes her farther away from who she used to be.
Then she hears it; Chris’s apology to her, verse after painful verse, playing on every radio station. His words bring everything back, and make her take a long, critical look at the life she’s disappeared into. But is he still the same Chris who wrote the song for her? And even if he is, can she find her way back to being the girl he loved?