Alaska grew up in foster care and once she aged out of the system, she swore she would never be broke or homeless, and a chance encounter with a drug dealer taught her a life lesson at a young age- sex sales. She quickly became a self taught sugar baby, easily manipulating men and reaping the benefits of their hard work while doing nothing much in return. She finds out instantly that she’s a natural at selling fantasy and has no intention of giving up her easy lifestyles any time soon… at least not until she gets tangled up in Memphis.
Memphis, with an absent father and a dead mother, has always been self sufficient. He moved just enough drugs to put himself and his brother through college and from there he took the online black market by storm, breaking into company computers and selling the information that makes him the most money. He finds himself living the good life until he gets pulled into drama surrounding his father. Paired with a woman he never thought he’d take seriously, family secrets being uncovered and a bounty on his head, the laid back life he used to revel in easily descends into chaos.
A drunken chance encounter leaves Alaska and Memphis bonded for life despite their core differences. With Memphis unable to respect someone who makes a living depending on others and his preconceived idea of sex works, he finds himself confused with his attraction to Alaska and his pride wounded by the profession she’s become a spokesperson for. Memphis finds himself forced to swallow his pride to be with the woman he wants and see past her profession while Alaska is, in turn, given ultimatums regarding her work. Despite neither of them seeing the error of their ways, it becomes apparent quickly that there will have to be changes made for the love of a hustler whether they agree with each others means of hustling or not.