When multimillionaire Robbie Daniels guns down a Haitian refugee who breaks into his Palm Beach mansion, anybody in his right mind would call it justifiable homicide.
Except Robbie. He calls it practice.
And 21-year police veteran Walter Kouza. He calls it his one chance to quit being a cop and go to work for a big shot. If he can stomach the job of teaching Robbie to kill and get away with it - anytime.
After all, who will figure rich businessman Robbie Daniels for a hitman? Unless it's Detroit homicide Lieutenat Byan Hurd, who plays the murder game by his own rules. Or good-looking journalist Angela Nolan, who finds out the hard way that under Robbie's playboy image there beats a very dangerous heart.