Jericho is the nicest criminal Annie Brennan has ever met. When her brother drags her to a business meeting with his boss, notorious criminal and billionaire, Jericho, Annie Brennan is forced to attend. She doesn't know Bruce has borrowed an exorbitant amount of money from him with no way to pay him off except by handing over the deed to their house. The house Annie's been living in her entire life, even after her parents died in a car accident. She gets no say. She's not even on the deed. Jericho moves in the next morning and there's nothing Annie can do about it. She hates everything about him. His lifestyle, his arrogance, the intensity in his pale green whenever he looks at her. Until he saves her from an attack by killing her attacker in front of her. Something changes. A switch is flipped. She's smitten. But Jericho can't buy his way out of prison forever. When a body from her past turns up with all fingers pointing to Jericho, Annie must choose between the safe, quiet life as an accountant or allow herself to be corrupted by a flawless murderer with blood on his hands.