Katie Carlyle would be the first to tell you that living a secret second life is no joke. What would you do if you ran into your English teacher while spying undercover… AT A BAR? Which you know you shouldn't even be at because you're only fifteen, but when you're a spy working for a secret organization representing the countries of the world to promote international law, sometimes you don't have a choice. It doesn't help that Katie, despite the fact that she's one of the youngest and most talented spies at United Espionage, has a sort of, well, tendency to mess things up. She can speak twenty different languages, but can't seem to remember where she left her rappelling hook.
Katie is working her way up the ranks to her dream of becoming an Elite Spy and makes one tiny mistake and the Commander sticks her with a rookie as her partner, Jaisen Bax. He is the kind of guy that she avoids – a muscle bound jock whose foreign accent sends every girl in the near vicinity into a state of weak kneed giggles. Just the kind of guy who is going to keep her from rising to the top of her game. At least she's in a position that ensures some serious international bad guy butt kicking to work out her frustration.