The ghosts of his past are clowning around.
What Zander León doesn’t know about love could fill a library, but here he is, doling out advice on stuff he knows nothing about. He’d prefer to stick to a predetermined playlist or answer general questions about fishing and boating, but he signed a contract and being a man of his word, he’ll follow through and hope for the best. Gulp.
Known for being the kid who never took life seriously, he still lives to put a smile on people’s faces, but when Gabbi Shepherd, the ghost from his past, shows up on the beach one morning, why is smiling so hard for him? And why does the advice he dishes out every night apply to everyone but him? If he can’t take himself seriously, how can anyone else?