You can call her Jessica Hill, because if she told you her real name, she’d have to kill you.
“Jessica” is an undercover operative whose life and career is turned upside down when her superiors learn that she had been involved in a romantic relationship with Colin, one of her training officers. Since their work is top secret clearance to the highest degree, they both face termination and prison time for their indiscretions.
Jessica gets a second chance, as long as she comes up big on her next mission, in which she must shadow and infiltrate the operation of Nikolai Turov, a Russian billionaire that the United States government wants information on. If she gets close to Nikolai and comes home with incriminating information, she’ll keep her career and avoid serious prison time. Meanwhile, she’s agreed to cut all contact with Colin, who to her knowledge, has been reassigned, imprisoned or terminated from the organization.
While mending her broken heart and focusing on her new mission in Russia, Jessica quickly falls into the good graces of Nikolai, who has an affinity for beautiful black women. He also is going through pain and hardship in the game of life and love similar to Jessica, blurring the lines of secret identity, professionalism, love and lust.
Can this beautiful spy find the answers she needs about her place in life, while making sense of love, past and present?