Flight attendant Kat Onassis accepts a new job working undercover with Triple I. This government agency needs her to track drug smugglers on flights from Trinidad into Miami. The problem with this new venture isn’t just that Kat tends to have a sweaty upper lip when she’s nervous, but she still has to act like a flight attendant at the same time. And, her new boss, Max, who has an uncanny resemblance to a seasick turtle, is more annoying than any of her passengers.
Kat’s home in Key Largo is also at risk for foreclosure. To help pay off her debt, she takes on two new roommates, Martha and Milton – newlyweds in their eighties with more sexual energy than two teenagers who have fallen into a vat of Viagra.
If living with octogenarians who are having more sex than her isn’t bad enough, Kat gets more attention underwater from a hungry green moray eel than from her handsome pilot/scuba diving buddy, Nick. If she can’t even get a nibble from him while she’s wearing a skimpy bikini, she doesn’t have a chance at landing this pilot.
Kat’s definitely in over her head… in the air, on the land, and underwater.