Love is the last thing on Avery’s mind when she arrives at Oxford University to study abroad for the summer. At first, she’s only looking for a change of scenery in order to satisfy her obsession with photography. Hiding behind the lens of a camera is much easier than facing reality. After a second-chance meeting with Liam, she starts to put away her camera and finally face the music. But summer flings never last, do they? Especially when she returns home, and they’re an ocean apart. Liam fell in love with the violin long before he became lead singer of Brotherhood, a small indie-rock band in Oxford, England. As Brotherhood quickly gains notoriety, he’s torn between staying with the band or pursuing his life-long dream of attending Juilliard. Fate intervenes when Avery comes into his life capturing more than just his photograph. But how can he convince her not all summer flings have to end? She may say they’re an ocean apart, but to him it’s only a pond.