Seventeen year old Katerina Vega's job was simple: Get on the stage and dance for the men that threw money at her feet. She wasn't proud of stripping at Déjà Vu but it gave her the money she needed to survive. Soon she and her twin sister, Kathelene, would be eighteen and have enough money to leave their abusive home and move wherever it was Kathelene wanted. And If that meant giving out extras to customers that were willing to pay Katerina more than so be it. But she never expected one of her clients to be her history teacher. There was a reason she worked four cities over and it wasn't because the drive gave her time to think. When summer ends and school begins so do the lies and drama. When Mr. Collins doesn't recognize her she tries to stay under the radar but once he finds out she was the woman in the rainbow corset the pleasured him he threatens to call attention on her whole operation. But he can't turn her in without causing problems for himself, they both realize this and Kat uses it against him. Mr. Collins tries his best to stay away from Ms. Vega but feels inclined to help her change her life around before she ends up regretting it. And try as she might to keep her distance from the one man that was gentle with her, she can't seem to get him to leave her alone. One paid night during the summer ends up being a lesson in lies, small favors and forbidden temptation.