A tale of intrigue, of reporters, and spies. Taking a subtle approach, a female reporter is sent to Europe, not aware that her contact is expecting a man. What about the two spies who seem to be hanging in the background, tracking her progress? Sidney is soon fending off the patronizing men in her field. The sexist attitudes of the man’s world of reporting forces her to deal with being offended, while she tries to do her job. It’s about to get worse for her when she may find that she has become the focus of murder, and espionage.
Harper is her contact, chief wolf, and is suspicious of her dealings. Will he also turn out to be her biggest protecter, especially in the course of proving she is innocent of the illegal activities?
Out to verify she doesn’t actually have concealed plans on her person, Harper begins to think that if she has plans, they’re drawn on, in invisible ink. The peculiar behavior is seen by Sidney as reason to quit, and return to New York. For Harper, the mix up in knock out drops, combines to add to his suspicions.
Will he be forced into a showdown to come clean on what he wants? Will she realize the potential trouble she’s in, and not the target of men interested in her looks? Will she and Harper work together to bring down a killer, and crack open the dream story of any journalist?
Things begin to go badly when the spies kidnap Sidney. Harper may not be far behind her, unless he can get the real plans to keep under wraps. How far will he go to get free from the Nazi’s, and blow the lid off the espionage operations?