Every girl since the beginning of time has fantasized of being on tour with their favorite boy band... Well, everyone except for 17 year old outcast, ALLIE BRADBURY.
Allie exclusively listens to “classic” music and cares more about academics and her quest to become the youngest Pulitzer Prize winner than who or what is currently trending on the social network.
But when Allie's summer internship at True Fan magazine turns into a 3 month assignment to accompany UK band, 5D-- who at the moment, happen to be the hottest boy band in the world-- on their first American tour, she fully expected it to be the big break she needed for her budding journalism career.
What she didn't expect was to be thrust into a world of wild celebrity parties, backstage hook-ups, illegal drugs, "fast and the furious" speed car rides down interstate highways, public shagging, shameless cougars, naked boys, riotous fans, strip clubs, federal law breaking and intoxicated late night shenanigans!
Not only is she unfamiliar with 5D’s music-- or any current pop music for that matter, but she is just as unfamiliar and awkward with boys. And now she suddenly finds herself on the road and in very close quarters with five of the most famous, under 25, hotties in the world and one of them is reputed heartbreaker, HAYDEN MYLES.
Hayden is the youngest member of 5D with the biggest reputation for being a total player.
Allie finds Hayden exceedingly charming, flirtatious, beautiful and... absolutely infuriating! She tries desperately to keep things professional between the two of them but Hayden just makes it so... very... difficult.
Allie is determined not to become just another one of 5D’s “silly fangirls”-- reduced to hysterics, obsessing over, seduced by or falling in love with them.
After all, she's way too smart for that, right?
Nevertheless, Allie soon finds herself falling for the charismatic Hayden Myles. But is any of it real? Or has it all just been a slow seduction by a bored British teen popstar?
Can Allie survive this tour with her heart intact?
Or will she find it discarded along with the trash backstage, shattered into a million tiny pieces like that of so many girls before her, as the band heads to the next town, the next venue, the next lucky girl?