Rock star Matt Zeller, the focus of constant media attention surrounding a murder, has an additional headache of being chased by a conniving centerfold model. Tired of hiding in his apartment, Matt assumes a new identity and disappears from New York to wander aimlessly across America, but fate leads him to Summer Taylor's door in the remote town of Haversfield, Missouri. Matt, having been raised in foster homes, is more afraid of love than a bad review in Rolling Stone Magazine but he can't ignore the powerful attraction he feels for Summer. The normally smooth-talking ladies' man, feeling as awkward as a twelve-year-old boy, manages to romance the resistant Summer while convincing himself that when he leaves town, she'll mean nothing more than a fond memory. Matt discovers how wrong he is when he returns to New York and can't forget Summer or the people of Haversfield, who made him feel as though he "belonged" for the first time in his life.
Summer Fever is the story of two people so afraid of love yet so right for each other despite appearing to come from different worlds. Realistic dialogue, believable characters and the small town charm of Haversfield create a heartwarming and often humorous story of love and friendship.
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