Things are not going as Ephram had planned. When he arrives in Los Angeles with Amy and Bright, it seems clear that there is no way Amy is going to spend the next four years at UCLA. The traffic, the Sunset Strip, the perfectly tanned and impossibly beautiful people everywhere...this is not what Amy Abbott imagined college would be like. And secretly Ephram is glad -- after finding out he got in to Juilliard but Amy didn't get in to Princeton, he isn't sure he can handle being three thousand miles away from the girl he loves.
But after spending a couple of days on campus and sightseeing with her new friend Jenna, Amy makes up her mind: UCLA is the place for her. Ephram wants here to be happy, but the prospect of seeing Amy only over holidays and summer breaks makes him wonder if their relationship can survive a distance that great. Is going to New York and being at Juilliard worth not being with Amy.
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