All Jillene McDermott needs is a little breathing
room, and the only place she can find it is in the
bathtub. Her coffee bar, Java the Hut, is on life support,
and raising two daughters alone is a full-time job, so
quiet moments in the tub are a rare treat.
Knowing their mom deserves some happiness,
Jillene's daughters, Claire and Faye, write her a personal
ad. But their good intentions go wrong and Vince Tremonti,
the town's most famous son, has to step in as
Vince is a crime writer who is back in Blue Heron
Beach to rethink the grim reality of his career, and he
can't afford to get involved with anyone, much less a young
widow with a ready-made family.
But thrown together, the two can't deny their
mutual attraction, and they realize there is more between
them than a summer fling. Suddenly lattes are not the only
thing steaming in Blue Heron Beach.