Keeping tabs on Marianna, the daughter of Italy's president, isn't the type of assignment Michael Vaughn was expecting. He's a newly minted CIA officer--not a babysitter.
Never mind that there's a plot to assassinate Marianna's father. Or that she's incredibly beautiful. Or that ditching her security detail makes her laugh.
Political assassins are no laughing matter.
And neither are gorgeous girls undercover.
From the Paperback edition.