I’m whispered about within the walls of the CIA. The Specter. Everyone’s heard of me, but nobody knows who I am.I work the extremely classified and high-profile assignments that nobody else could pull off. That’s what I’ve been trained for since I was ten. Since the day my adoptive father, David Briggs, took me in, he’s trained me to be who I am, and I’ve become incomparable.
How hasn’t anyone figured out who I am, you ask? I work alone. Every assignment that crosses my desk is handed to me by the director himself and I do the job without any help, working from the shadows.
That all changes when the largest ever shipment of fentanyl laced heroin is set to cross the U.S border from Mexico in under two weeks. If the shipment makes it across the border, containing 40 tons of heroin, it could potentially kill a million civilians.
I can’t handle this job alone. Not with the tight time-frame. Which is why I’ve been given a team to help me.
Elijah, Gael, Beau and Cameron. We’re tasked with stealing the files that contain the supply routes, dates, and times for the shipment. Piece of cake?
Yes, they are. I try to maintain a professional relationship with my new team, but they’re determined to make it personal.
Gael and Elijah with their sweet words and easy-going attitudes.
Cameron with his flirty grin and his in-your-face charisma.
Beau with his all seeing eyes and secretly gentle soul.
They’re determined to break down my barriers, and I’m inclined to let them.