Dundee had the highest percentage of ‘Yes’ vote in the first Scottish Independence Referendum and is known as ‘Yes City’.
Andrew, living and studying in ‘Yes City’, invents an amazing source of free energy. His invention becomes politicised and pro-independence activists are determined to be the main beneficiaries of his discovery. Regarded as a ‘Yoon’, meaning a Unionist for voting No in the referendum, he finds himself under intense pressure to reveal his secrets. The stakes are high as the economic benefits of his invention would make a second referendum more likely to succeed.
Kirsty also studies in Dundee but is a passionate pro-independence supporter. Her formative years were shaped by a dysfunctional upbringing; however, her Granny is a strong and positive influence.
Kirsty and Andrew meet and endure a stormy relationship because of their opposing political views. Kirsty is then persuaded to act as a ‘Honey Trap’ to discover the secrets of Andrew’s invention, but when the trap is sprung who will get caught?