It has been almost 250 years since the nuclear World War VI that wiped out the majority of humanity ended. Since then, a government has risen, calling themselves the New Society. It's leaders have told the citizens that their only goals are to achieve absolute perfection, and to repopulate humanity.
For almost two hundred years, the people have been told that life outside of the domed society is impossible, because the nuclear and atomic bombs destroyed most of the earth, and tore holes in the atmosphere during the war. The leaders say that the society is all that's left, and justice must be served.
It was this that led to all descendants of WWVI leaders to be placed into institutions, where they are tortured and trained to serve their future masters. They are termed entertainers, and at the age of eighteen, they are auctioned off, left to the mercy of their owners.
Entertainers are essentially concubines, but any relationship beyond slave and owner is strictly forbidden, and punishable by death. It's a risk many people are not willing to take, but there are exceptions to every rule.
Nevaeh Williams has a past unlike the majority of the other entertainers. She's forbidden from sharing her past, but her experience has led her to both fear and despise the New Society. After two years in the institution, she's auctioned off to a young billionaire. Noah Ivanov is withdrawn and mysterious, hiding a secret of his own.
As things heat up between them, a shaky truth comes to light that forces them together. A person from their separate yet intertwined pasts comes seems to haunt their every move, and they must secretly fight against the New Society, in order to discover their government's true plans.
Can Nevaeh and Noah overcome the odds they face, and bring justice to someone they've both lost? Will they fall in love in the process? And most of all, will they be executed for learning of the New Society's true nature?