Book One: Exposed
Jeanine is a private assassin for a secret government organization. She and her partner Liam, who is also her sometimes lover, are tasked with killing a Saudi official. However, they are intercepted before they can complete their mission, yet still framed for the murder. Both are sent to prison and disavowed. Liam manages to escape, but is unable to rescue Jeanine.
John, Jeanine’s first love, reads about her situation in the newspaper. He’s been looking for her for ten years, ever since he broke her heart and she ran away from him. He visits her in prison and promises he can help her escape. Can Jeanine let go of her old anger and resentment toward John and accept his help?
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Book Two: Saved
On John’s advice, Jeanine enters an insanity plea to the murder charges and is transferred to a lower security asylum for the criminally insane. After a few months of hell, someone helps her escape. She is stunned to find out that John has come through for her. She returns home to New Orleans with him, and they try to heal the wounds of their old relationship. Just as it appears that they may be able to move past old regrets, Liam shows up. Jeanine is now torn between these two very different men. Which one will she choose?
Book Three: Finished
As John and Liam vie for her attention, Jeanine realizes that she still loves John and always has. But in order to clear their names, she and Liam must work together, with John’s help, to take down the government agency that has turned on them. When things go wrong, they must fight for their lives, and once John sees Jeanine kill someone, he starts to doubt whether or not he can be with someone who can take a life so easily. Jeanine doesn’t know whether she can love someone who cannot accept her and the work she does. When the agency tries to kill Jeanine and Liam again, they are able to clear their names, though they barely escape with their lives. Can Jeanine and John somehow find a way to love each other despite the past?