Pasts and Presents
Trace and Leigh are back to songwriting, but he can’t get his mind off the future of the club. Leigh tells Trace that maybe it is a sign that he should have never have opened his own venue to begin with. In fact, she suggests maybe he should start thinking about moving back to Nashville with her. Maybe it is time to start working his way back to the life he left behind.
The next morning Trace’s dad finds him working on the fence to his house. Trace says he put his house on the market, in hopes of making money to buy the club. His dad wants to know why, and Trace’s response is that the Riley family doesn’t give up. Later, Jess shows up at Trace’s house to ask a huge favor: will he be the live performer at Nell’s upcoming wedding?
Back at Megan’s house, Mick and Connor raise a glass to Connor’s new job at a local law firm in town. Meanwhile, Abby and Kevin enjoy a peaceful walk. To their shock, a sports car speeds by them around a curve and flips, ejecting the driver. Kevin rushes to the accident scene and immediately orders Megan to help assist him with CPR on the driver. When the fire department arrives, they credit Kevin with saving the driver’s life.
Bree walks in on Martin rehearsing the play with his lead actress. She delivers a finalized version of the script to the two. Martin says the re-written page is using their real names. As Martin continues to read the play out loud, he realizes that it is Bree and Martin’s real life story and Bree announces she is moving back to Chesapeake Shores to be with the family that she loves. She deals Martin one more blow: the grant he received for the play has been revoked when the company found out about he re-writes.
Back at the club, Trace asks Mick for 30 days to come up with the money to buy him out. Mick tells Trace he heard about Trace putting his house up for sale. Their conversation is cut short when Mick gets a phone call he has to take.