Eve and Roarke are settling down to married life. While on their honeymoon a tech working for Roarke's company commits suicide. A lawyer who is a thorn in Eve's side also self-terminates. Even the head of a media empire commits suicide as Eve tries to save her. It is up to Eve to convince the commander that these are related and are murder, not suicide. When Eve does discover what is happening, she needs to make sure that Roarke is safe.
I liked that Eve is becoming more approachable to Roarke and others. There are some people she will do anything for. I loved when Eve thought of Roarke and what her life would be like if Roarke were gone. I love this couple and the people that are their "family."