Every city has two stories: the one that we know, and the one that is kept hidden. Every city is also a chessboard where human passions are strategically played against each other. The chessboard, in this case, isn’t its typical design of black and white squares but rather a tropical city Miami. Based on the history we are told, Miami came to fame because of its beaches and climate, but this isn’t true. The real history behind Miami is that it emerged in the turbulent times that marked the future of the whole country and turned the magic city into the drug city. In this atmosphere of crime, violence, and dangerous alliances, a betrayed woman emerges as the cold-hearted white queen of the chess game. Anastasia Cardona is about to turn this paradise of secluded beaches into her empire, constructed around her whims and debauchery. Cocaine trafficking has become a very lucrative business. The shipments from Colombia arrive punctually and the streets of Miami are flooded with white powder. As the opportunities multiply, so do the deaths. The business is on fire. All empires fall. The “dare to say no to drugs” campaign of the Reagan administration puts the cocaine empire Anastasia created in checkmate. But from under the ruins, like poison ivy, she still finds the will to survive. More than power or money, she wants revenge.