Music teacher Meg Caldwell knew it would be difficult starting over in a new town. She's perfectly happy with her books and her cats, but she knows she has to meet people if she ever wants to find love. The problem? Meg is losing her hair and it isn't growing back. How can a girl have any kind of social life when she has to worry about hiding her growing bald spot?
Josh Harrter is the acknowledged cool kid of the faculty lounge - he has a classroom stuffed with bean bag chairs and includes video clips from The Simpsons in his lesson plans. He is drawn to the pretty new music teacher singing and skipping her way through the halls, but he can sense she's hiding something beneath her sunny smiles. How can a guy falling for a girl convince her to trust him with her deepest secret?