Remember The Music
Taryn Calla was a prodigy. She was the 9th best violinist in the world. Played in Carnegie Hall at the age of eleven, competed in National competitions at the age of twelve, world events at the age of fifteen. Her entire life revolved around music; she was even home-schooled to have more time to practice and travel.
But at the age of sixteen, tragedy struck. Taryn was in a horrible car collision with a drunk driver. Among many injuries, her entire left hand was shattered along with her dreams. Taryn would never play the violin again. Her whole world was taken from her in the crash and left her broken and depressed.
No longer having a reason to stay home, Taryn is sent to school for the first time a year and a half later. Not just any school; only the most prestigious and well-respected boarding school. With a few suitcases, a past she doesn't talk about, and a one-way ticked to California, Taryn leaves her home to travel all the way across the country. On her first day, Taryn bumps into another violinist, Spencer Brand. She despises him from the very first moment they meet because he has the one thing she doesn't. Despite her cold attitude, Spencer and a small group of students are persistent in their attempts to befriend and thaw the ice around Taryn's heart.
This is not a story of learning to overcome setbacks, but to live with them forever.