School’s finally out and Elijah wanted nothing more than for his band to play gigs at his father’s new Bar, and to continue to obsess over his school’s cheerleading captain, Stacey Dugan. Also, it was a break from his biology partner and Stacey’s best friend, Dakota, whom he can’t stand. But, what happens when Dakota announces that she will help Elijah win over Stacey, only in return to have Stacey forget about the boy across the street from Dakota, the one she wants? Going along with it, everything seemed perfectly normal. Expect for the fact that he was now pretending to date his enemy, and of course the second most popular girl at school, Dakota, and to top it off, she’s now working at his father’s bar for the summer. Elijah was determined to win Stacey as fast as he can, and forget about Dakota who’s nothing but a spoiled, rich girl who doesn’t know the first thing about being real. But, what if Elijah starts to know Dakota, and she isn’t anything like he expected? What happens when he realizes that maybe after all there is a real person behind Dakota’s hard exterior, and soon everything he used to think, and everything he used to know, is changed? Follow Elijah and Dakota through this summer, filled with fights, smiles, and possible kisses, in Oh, Dakota.