Jet is an agent with Mossad.
She was, at least, until she decided after numerous years of being its top assassin, the best in a small group of skilled operatives who do the nasty work no one else can do, that she was tired and wanted a real life. She knew the facts of her profession, though, and that is no one got out alive.
Still, Jet, whose real name is Maya though she makes sure no one but her boss and lover, David, knows it, has one excellent reason for leaving her previous life and that is the growing life inside her. Agents in her line of work cannot be allowed the luxury of having children so if she wants a new life, she has to die first. And die she does at the series opens.
The true series begins after she has faked her death and fled to the other side of the world only to be told months later that her child died in birth and she is totally alone. For some time she wondered what she would do with herself and if she even wanted to go on but Jet is a survivor and she does.
The Jet series is the story of her life after death and how otherwise intelligent-seeming bad guys cannot get it into their heads that going after her is a good way of ending up dead. In the first book, it is the brother of a previous target who wants revenge. In the second, it is a key CIA leader who thinks he can use her infant daughter (kidnapped, not dead) to bend Jet to his will. And so on. But they do not learn and Jet must keep showing how dumb smart people can be.
The ongoing series of the action hero named Jet is an ebook-only (at this time) exciting thrill-ride that does not let up from the first epage to the last. The author unabashedly calls her an over-the-top character, created to be that way. He intended to give the readers a woman who is as smart as she is agile and she is as deadly as she is anxious to be left alone.