Aspyn Cartwright and her fiancé, Martin, just broke up after being together for a long time. Just, as in twelve hours ago . . . that morning. Seeing her devastation, her BFFs take her on a girl's night out, to help her forget her troubles for a few hours. But when Aspyn sees Martin, her heart is torn out all over again. Not only does he not seem phased by their break-up, he's got another woman on his arm--and he's kissing her in a way that tells Aspyn he knows this woman intimately. Very intimately.
Reluctantly, Aspyn lets her friends talk her into a much needed vacation to Hawaii. She has every intention of soaking up the sun, and forgetting Martin. She’s going to rest, relax, and have fun. What she isn’t counting on is being chaperoned, nor the instant attraction she feels for him. This sailor is trouble with a capital T.
Jesse Spencer is ready for some down time after many long days on-board his naval ship, which is based out of Pearl Harbor. He's not going far though--no better place for R&R than the exotic Hawaiian Islands--surf, sand, sea, and sexy Polynesian girls. When friends ask him to look out for Aspyn, he thinks it’s going to be an easy thing to do. After all he’s not looking for romance, and there are few women who understand the life of a sailor in the Navy. She’s everything he's not expecting, and everything he finds he wants. Trouble is, he has his work cut out for him--she lives on the mainland, and he won’t always have shore duty. Good thing, Jesse loves a challenge.