Dillon is a very buttoned-down bookkeeper and appears to be just about as prim as it's possible to be. Perhaps that's because he is an illegitimate child raised by his unconventional grandmother after his parents died. Though he has become a rather conservative fellow, when a pair of aging ne'er-do-wells recount stories of his father and the band he played in (The Pink Frogs), he is thrilled. However, he's not sure what to make of the excitement in his grandmother's life these days: the man who loved her and left her forty years ago has come back into her life and is asking to marry her. On top of that, Dillon has a girlfriend who is something of a free spirit herself and is prone to ask him searching questions at the most awkward times.
by Clarke Fountain synopsis