When fate draws two musicians from opposite ends of the music spectrum together in West Virginia and both look to own the same stunning piece of real estate, sparks inevitably fly. Courtney Meadows, lead violinist with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, inherits her ancient family homestead called 'The Meadows' in Sayre Valley, West Virginia, and decides to flee her boring life and move to the property abandoned for decades. At the same time, Rob Wilson, frontman for the underground grunge band 'Treetop Rant' settles on West Virginia as his escape destination from an anything-but-boring life in the rock music world and becomes obsessed with buying the property. Simply establishing ownership and developing the property proves to be difficult for whoever wins the battle. They face obstacles and hurdles that range from locating the various wills, deeds and other legal instruments relating to the land; to surveying and environmental testing; to rebuilding a washed-out access bridge and infrastructure for such basic services as roads, water, sewage, and power. Not to mention, there is also an armed hillbilly claiming squatter's rights. Although the mutual attraction is undeniable from their first brief meeting, the same fate that keeps throwing them together physically seems determined to keep them from connecting romantically. Can a grunge rock star from the East Coast and an ultra-conservative classical symphony violinist from the Midwest overcome their many philosophical, cultural, and musical differences and find love?