Meet Kate Baker, one of New York City’s most celebrated investigative reporters by day...sex trade worker by night. Kate has never met a scandal she couldn’t expose. A vigilante with a keyboard, she uses her street smarts (learned from her detective father) and her tenacity to bring criminals and miscreants out of the shadows and onto the front page.
Two young women have been murdered in the last week and the cops haven’t a suspect in sight. But Kate knows something the police don’t…both women worked for the Phantasy Texting Company, a phone sex gone high tech service. From their home computers these women made their living acting out the sexual fantasies of their clients through lascivious text messages. Kate is convinced their secretive jobs hold the key to their deaths…especially when Kate discovers they both worked under the screen name “Miss Tress”.
What Kate doesn’t understand is if cyber sex is anonymous how did the murderer track them down to within blocks of their own doorsteps? Unfortunately, there’s only one person alive to answer that question and the killer only reveals himself to sex texters with a specific name. That’s why Kate’s got a new night job…complete with the screen name “Miss Tress.”
Well, that's the backstory, what's the plot?
I have a hard time believeing phone sex has gone to text messaging. Phone and video cams sure, but texting? I sure wouldn't pay $3.00 a minute for "u r so hot".