Stan Watson is a four-star army general with an impressive past that includes leading the mission that captured Saddam Hussein and brought him to justice. Now, as the first black President of the United States and a mastermind at the game of strategy, Watson has reached the pinnacle of success-but not without a price.
As President Watson's influence grows in Washington, so does his family's vulnerability. While sitting at his desk in the Oval Office, his granddaughter is fatally shot by a bullet intended for him. A devastated Watson vows not to rest until the cold-blooded killers are brought to justice, whether it is the work of a lone assassin or an international cabal. Watson knows he is not lacking in enemies, but he is determined to protect his remaining family by neutralizing the powers that killed his granddaughter, deconstructing economic barriers, and fostering bipartisanship. With assistance from some inner city children, Watson injects his passion into the world's emotional playground, propelling himself into a dangerous scheme involving corporate and government leaders.
Only time will tell if President Watson will be able to save himself and the people, providing a future of life, liberty, and happiness for all Americans.