Naomi Washington's life was perfect. Her parents only sent her to the best schools that would stretch her brain, and challenge her mental ability. She had strived all of her life to get to the point of success she had reached, and was more than content with how she did it. Only a few things bothered her but one thing more than others: she had no idea who she was, and an identity crisis was on the verge of arrival. Joshua Livingston was exactly what America needed: he was very young, and his political views could win votes easily. His only problem was that he needed Naomi to make him even more ready for the upcoming election. It was simple: win voters' hearts, win the election, protect America. But with Naomi Washington being so close to him, could it still be simple? Or would he continuously have to remind himself that she was his advisor and nothing but? Through passageways and hotel rooms, the two jumpstart a relationship, but will it stay strong?