Amanda Sindel has an imaginary friend who has helped her survive on her own since she was ten years old. This friend has helped her through her many breakups with her lying and cheating boyfriends. When her friend suggests she takes on a an assignment doing routine prisoner transfers to get away from the stress of her life and her most recent charlatan she gets more than she bargains for. Not only is her imaginary friend not imaginary, her prisoner, Eric Bane, might be the first man she can trust. It would be cause for celebration if they weren’t being hunted by a mysterious organization and if she could convince Eric to explain why he is admitting to a crime he didn’t commit. They might just survive if they can get along but maybe Amanda doesn’t want to stop arguing. If they quit fighting she might have to admit that this is the most honest relationship she’s ever had with a man.