When Hazel's beat-up old Duster stalls at the Morning and Evening Star Trailer Park, she knows it's a sign. This just might be the new life she's looking for. So she settles in. She buys a trailer, covers the yard with wildflowers, and gets a job at the thrift shop. And then, she falls head over heels in love with the motorcycle-riding, hard-drinking, guitar-playing King. Life seems perfect until King's repeated brushes with the law bring him a spell in jail, when things begin, slowly and surely, to unravel. Maybe Hazel hasn't outrun herself after all, maybe year-round Christmas lights and thrift-shop glamour can't out-shine honesty, and maybe Hazel can't make her world perfect by wishing it so.