British socialite Rosalie Harrington enjoys the power and respect that her position as Queen Bee brings, so she’s horrified to hear that she’ll be spending the summer in a remote American coastal town. With opportunistic friends and a rocky relationship, it’s the worst time to leave London, and she drags her heels all the way to the Outer Banks.
One day into her so-called holiday, a careless mistake has Rosalie fighting against a rip current. Fortunately, the local lifeguard is on hand to help. Brent might be an expert at saving troubled swimmers, but he is drowning in problems of his own and is far from impressed by this tourist’s recklessness.
The two of them couldn’t be more different, but their attachment to the beach forces them together and sparks fly as they try to ignore the sizzling chemistry that soon develops.
Rosalie and Brent are both about to learn that it’s not just the ocean where there is more beneath the surface than meets the eye.