Jodie Jackson is all at sea, in every sense.
On a ferry bound for the Isle of Wight, she´s leaving her London life, her career, and her husband behind. She´d like a to turn back the clocks, but she´ll settle for some peace and quiet on her brother Bill’s beautifully renovated houseboat Sunny Days.
But from the moment Jodie steps aboard her new home it’s clear she’ll struggle to keep herself to herself. If it isn’t Marilyn, who cleans for Bill and is under strict instructions to look after Jodie, then it’s Ned, the noisy wood sculptor on the next-door boat. Ned´s wood carving is hard on the ears, but it´s made up for by the fact that he´s rather easy on the eyes.
Bustled out of the boat by Marilyn and encouraged to explore with Ned, Jodie soon delights in her newfound freedom. But out of mind isn’t out of sight, and when her old life comes knocking Jodie is forced to face reality. Will she answer the call or choose a life filled with Sunny Days & Sea Breezes?