Meet Skyy, a fantastic new superhero—and sensitive assassin—who defends the helpless and brings justice to those who cannot fight for themselves.
Sandora "Sandy" Knight is an enigma even to those who know her. Running a Fortune 500 company by day, she sheds her hip-hop cosmopolitan identity by night to become the Lady in Black, also called Skyy, a sexy and smart vigilante who protects the innocent from child molesters, rapists, serial killers, and other low-life scum. After her own traumatizing childhood, Skyy is determined to save children from harm by any means necessary.
Black Skyy weaves an intricate tale of heroism, lethal beauty, and intoxicating eroticism. Skyy believes she is called by God to use her abilities to save others from the brutality of life—even if her methods are questionable at times. Set in both New York and Washington, DC, Black Skyy follows Skyy's adventures in all their sensational and sensual thrills as she employs her uncanny intellect to capture and punish evildoers. Battling not only the bad guys, but also her inner conflicts, Skyy must fight to find her place and purpose in life, as both a woman and a symbol of justice.
Cook's debut, a series launch, stars a dynamic African-American crime fighter and vigilante, Sandora "Sandy" Knight. While gorgeous Sandy may not have super powers, she's a martial arts whiz as well as a businesswoman on track to become the first black female Fortune 500 CEO. After the murder of her heroin-addicted mother in New York City in 1977, Sandy supports her younger brother by prostitution until Master Kwan, a neighbor and martial arts expert, intervenes. Vowing vengeance for her mom, Sandy graduates from Howard University, works as a spy and concocts her secret "Skyy" identity, amazing New York with her daring exploits all while working for a womanizing monster with a criminal past that she's determined to unmask. Skyy/Sandy's upfront, sometimes raw narration pulls no punches, giving this vibrant thriller a comic book ambience that's very pop, bang, wow.