My poor kindergarten teacher. What do you do with a 5-year-old who is a fluent reader on the first day of school when you have 29 other kids that you have to introduce to the magic of the written word? Being plunked in the corner and instructed to read to the other kids in my class is my earliest memory of school. I remember how much I wanted them to love the stories as much as I did. I’m still that person who is always enthusiastically suggesting and loaning books to other people. Even strangers.
Recently divorced kindergarten teacher Jazz Shepherd is starting a new life in the quaint lakeside town of Bluegill. After taking a summer job at the local marina to help make ends meet, she's stunned when the chief of police enlists her help in solving a crime.
Money has been disappearing from the city coffers, and a trail leads from Bluegill's mayor to Damien Cerberus, a rich boat owner—and possible killer. The police chief is short-staffed and in need of someone to keep tabs on the suspect. Jazz's job at the marina puts her in the perfect position to help—and puts her in the path of Kurt Reynolds, the hottie who mans the fireboat.
When things with Kurt start heating up, how can Jazz keep her investigation undercover while enjoying time under the covers with her summer flame?