What if someone who can only play (very poorly) three songs on the flute was dragged by his best friend to a special vacation camp for musicians?
Amanda is a seventeen-year-old teenager who was dragged by her best friend to spend a month at a Camp for Talented Musicians, even though she can only play three songs on the flute.
The camp site is isolated and, even though she thinks about it constantly, Amanda has no way of running away or calling for help, since she has virtually no signal on her cell phone.
It's okay that she loses a little of the desire to run away when she meets Bruno, the Camp monitor who doesn't seem to be so excited about the fact that he has to spend a month locked up in that place either. Too bad he's not a flower to smell...
When her best friend starts to pair up with a guy she met at the Camp, Amanda is forced to live with Eduardo, with whom she can't stay together for five minutes without sparking.
Between boys, secrets and lots of music, Amanda discovers that she is more talented than she thinks and that spending a month locked away in an isolated place might not be so bad.