Into this stunning setting comes Amy Crawford and her partner Sam Benson, one of the most sought-after men in Dublin before Amy hooked him. But their relationship is heading for disaster and, once their holiday is over, she plans to confront the self-satisfied Sam and demand that he change his ways.
Meanwhile Sam has problems of his own in his job as an advertising executive. He has just completed a lucrative advertising campaign but the client isn’t happy and is threatening to take the contract elsewhere.
Amy strikes up a friendship with long-term resident, Betty Parsons, who is undergoing a reappraisal of her strange marriage of thirty-four years. Betty’s son Josh is reeling after the break-up of a love affair and is also concerned about his mother’s blossoming friendship with Nigel Smyth, a charming retired Englishman.
Strange things can happen in the Spanish sun, as Amy will discover before her holiday is over.