Would you jump off the USS Constitution into Boston Harbor with a perfect stranger? You would if that stranger was hot shot Scotland Yard detective Chauncey Miller, the usual tall-dark-handsome type, especially since he has an assassin with a score to settle who just caught up with him? Decorator Sophia Alano's career gets side-tracked from the moment she meets hot shot Chauncey. He's on the run from a madman terrorist out for revenge when Sophia ends up targeted too.
She's a vivacious, light-hearted young beauty from Beacon Hill. He's a world-weary not-so-young exile from Scotland Yard. She's an orphaned decorator who longs for a family of her own. He's a rogue detective with a superhero complex. She's smitten with this superhero who is the last man she sees in the picket-fence picture of her future. He's smitten with this fluffy young romantic who he sees as kryptonite to his career and well-being. But if you saw Grace and David in a room full of people, and you had to pick one man and one woman who belonged together, you would pick them. They would be The Throwbacks.
"Throwbacks? So awful, I want to Throw it Back!"