Take Me Home
[WARNING] In case of love, offer to drive the person in question across two continents and an ocean, take pictures of them dancing in the rain, and give them the bed when sleeping in hotels.
Eleanor Holfmann has too many nicknames. Like 'Elle', or 'Ellie', or 'Elyse'. She isn't even sure where that last one came from. In the spotlight, she's 'Elyse Holfmann', the teenage violin prodigy who performed at Carnegie Hall when she was 12. At home, she's 'Elle', the trophy daughter of the Holfmann family. But to Parker Colton, she'll always be 'Eleanor', the girl he used to love once upon a time.
Eleanor Holfmann just wants a normal life. But when you're a teenage violin prodigy, living out of hotel rooms and practicing more hours than sleeping is about as normal as it gets.
Now enter Parker Colten, an aspiring photographer with a strange fondness for abandoned buildings. When he stumbles across Eleanor, the girl he used to love once upon a time, shattered after the realisation that her biological parents gave her up, he does something crazy.
Like offer to drive her across the country to her birth parents. Oops, did he say country? He meant two continents and an ocean. And it's not even with a nice car.
Let's just hope they don't kill each other on the road.