Randy Waters, a stranger in a small town in Kansas, having been uprooted from his life in Los Angeles, to a world outside of the hustle and bustle of the big city, a world he quickly adapts to and immediately falls in love with. He begins on the football team, taking a nothing team to the State Championship, and wins. Randy is offered a scholarship to play college football at the University of Michigan. He quickly meets Jennifer, a very beautiful girl, and they fall in love immediately. She is a girl that desperately wants love, but has had an impossible time finding it. Now that Randy is there, they find themselves perfect for each other. Together they find happiness, even in a small, nothing, little town. He becomes a hero to the town's people, as he has taken a small town football team, which has only won one football game in the last two years, to the State Championship, and they win. He is talked about all over town, at the gas stations, courthouse, police station, he has literally put this small town on the map, so to speak. When spring comes, he becomes intrigued with the beauty of Kansas.
With the Prom and Graduation coming, their lives are all about to change, for the better. But there is a mystery about him; there are phone calls from an older woman no one can figure out. Bob, his immediate best friend in Kansas, finds out quickly about the phone calls, and he alone begins to uncover this mysterious part of their newfound, town hero. This all comes to a head towards the end of the book, and many secrets Randy has hoped to keep a secret, come into view. (This book is meant for mature audiences only)