You don't need a plot summary, since the publisher has graciously provided one. The story is fun, and is continued through the several books in the series. My main gripe is grammar. The author is obviously making a HUGE (and all too obvious) effort to use "whom" and "were" (as in, "If I were a rich man..."), but she's getting it wrong. Someone needs to send her back for a review of objective and subjective pronouns, and the subjunctive tense. REALLY annoying. I get that she's making the effort. Really. I get it. But the errors would be less obvious if she were never to use "whom" at all, and never even try to use subjunctive tense. Also, she's a Brit writing about an American heroine who lives in America. The Brit-isms sneak in, despite (according to the author's blog) her editor's efforts to eradicate them. Lexi is embarrassed to be seen in her shorts and "singlet" (aka "tank top"). The Brit-ism don't really get in the way, but they are noticeable.
I'm hoping that the man-angst doesn't continue through the whole series. For those familiar w Stephanie Plum series, you know how tiresome the heroine's indecision and flip flopping can be. Frankly, it's not fair to the male characters, and takes away from my respect for the heroine.
Enjoy the series. Suffer through Lexi's man trouble (I'm starting to get whiplash). Try your best to ignore the elephants in the room.