Introducing, Lorelai White
"My story isn't tragic. Never has been and maybe never will be. But it is lonely and I think that is something that people feel and experience a lot."
After years spent somewhat alone in the hopes that her parents might work and drink a little less, that she might finally make some genuine, caring friends and that boys would stop bothering her about The One Thing that only she, in the whole of her high-school seemed to have left to give, seventeen-year-old Lorelai White decides that it is time for a ‘sea-change’.
With a mean inability to read maps, Lorelai begins to believe that her ‘one-way-ticket’ road-trip with Penny, her trusty and rusty '95 Corolla, will see her riding off straight into the ocean ahead. That is … until she manages to get a flat tire and becomes stranded in the middle of the Yorke Peninsula. Brilliant.
Lucky for charming, quick-witted and under-age bartenders named Eli Delaney who are kind enough to stop and help out young ladies in need, Lorelai ends up in the tiny sea-side town of Anchor Bay.
If ever there were a time and place for her to come face-to-face with the walls she's put up to protect herself from 'the rest of the world', it is now. Here she will learn, with the help of her entertaining accomplice, that you don’t have to have it all figured out to move forward.