Jake Foster is a divorced Afghanistan veteran with PTSD working a crap job for a crap boss in Miami. Malcolm Weaver, owner at Global source Enterprises, has no redeeming qualities. He's pompous and treats his coworkers like trash, so when Jake has the alcohol-fueled notion to defraud the company for a couple million dollars, it seems like a good idea.
Although Jake is usually an honest, regular guy, he's been through enough bad experiences to deserve a lucky break. Maybe committing fraud is just the ticket. After all, "Fraud can be simple if conditions are right and you know what you’re doing." Of course, then, there's the bank auditor, Sharon Scott--attractive, smart, and onto Jake's dirty dealings.
Together, they take the money and run, seeking anonymity and a life of luxury in central Florida. Turns out, though, Jake really isn't cut out to be a criminal, especially when some deadly characters pursue him and even abuse Sharon's younger sister. Bad guys like Jake aren't the worst guys. In the end, Jake might even end up a hero.