Working for a covert organization Chris Gibson and John Soong are sent out on an assassination assignment. Thing don’t turn out as easy as they hope. Their target is barely alive and they make an executive decision and call for medical help for Andrei Voronin.
Andrei wakes up with amnesia. The cover story Chris comes up with is that they were Andrei's lovers and that he had a car accident. When both Chris and John bond with Andrei it causes trouble between long time work partners Chris and John. Then Andrei starts remembering who he is and Chris and John have to take him into their confidences.
Having to outwit the Russian Mob and keeping Andrei alive is one of the many adventures the three men have.
Clean Slate was an ok read. There are a few things that could have been better like more before story, more in-depth love scenes and a faster connection. Sill an OK read to while away a few hours.
The assassination Chris Gibson and John Soong are sent to carry out doesn't go quite as planned. They arrive at the location to find their target, Russian mob affiliate Andrei Voronin, has already been shot and is barely clinging to life. Making a judgment call, John contacts his superiors, who agree that Voronin may be more valuable to them alive than dead.
The new plan is for John and Chris to pose as Andrei's lovers until the amnesiac recovers his memory. Their task takes an unexpected turn when the agents bond with Andrei, clash with one another, and have to outwit the Russian mob who discover that Andrei is still alive.