Crack! It’s 1996, and loner Susanna Quinn McCoy’s last pair of glasses break, interrupting her family’s peaceful RV camping trip. Only two weeks remain before her return to dodging bullies at school while she endures its chaotic noise. On top of the headaches of struggling to see, she’s roped into giving a tour of the campground to the owner’s grandson, Jordy Durant. He’s a new transplant from Chicago with an attitude and a half. To her, he represents everything she’s here to get away from.
She employs her theater training to play the role of the free-spirited, spunky country girl Sue-Ann and hits back for once in her life. Only Jordy is a former boy scout and hiding his grieving heart behind his own theater mask. Both determine to stay away from each other, but the God Jordy has abandoned keeps flinging them together to remind them who they really are as they face what they’ve become.