Music mentioned in order
Lexi Davis has all the tools a rising rock star needs:
she’s a young, sexy, tattooed blonde with an
interesting voice, songwriting talent, and ambition. She
embraces the rock chick lifestyle completely, with
parties, tequila, and a healthy sex drive.
Her rise from Dallas clubs up to regional gigs and
beyond is on track until conductor and pianist Marshall
Kennedy, tricked by his friends and forced to play
piano for one song with her band, hammers the
audience with his performance, and knocks her off-
balance with his good looks and relentless pursuit.
She's rock all the way, with no room in her life for a
classical guy from a rich family who represents
everything she hates. But men in the Dallas rock world
treat women as disposable hookups, while Marshall
showers her with compliments and support.
He's such a wonderful guy it hurts to dump him, but
staying might end her dream of being a rock star, and
she never surrenders. Neither does he, and when
she's miserable after blowing up their relationship, she
must decide whether being a hard-charging rock star
without him is more important than being a rock singer
Samantha (26) fell for another musician in college,
hard, which crushed her that much flatter when she
caught him banging a blonde groupie. Never again,
ever, period. She put her trumpet in the closet and left it
there, vowing to never date another musician.
Her dating pool holds only non-musicians who are also
teachers like her. When she dates civilians, they
eventually dump the “boring brunette teacher” for
someone who doesn’t grade so many papers.
But Dave's (30) more than just a bass player whose
band needs a new trumpet player. He’s so much more
that Samantha's convinced even if she gives in and
gets involved, which she won't because he isn’t a
teacher, it will end in tears.
Dave, however, did the flashy, party-girl scene with his
blonde ex-fiancée, who left him when he admitted he
hated the fast life. Now all he wants is that smart, funny,
and adorable brunette teacher.