The series embarks on two parallel courses; in the first place, we lay out the life of Shayma Abou Taleb or Shima, as she likes to be called, a thirty-year old lady with Egyptian-beauty features, stepping into an English bar in a hotel speaking its impeccable English , dressed in a new-brand dress looking very busy in her calls and messages and that’s when a man, sitting alone at the bar, comes up but she tries not to give him any attention; at his insistence, he gets to know her. She’s a business women descended from a wealth family, an American university graduate, waiting for her brother who shows up thrilled. Sharbini, an elegant, good-looking, humorous person who always jokes around. She introduces him to the man and he couldn’t wait to tell her that they got the thing; suddenly, festive moods were on and they asked for champagne; the man became curious about knowing what’s going on. Shima and her brother tried to keep it from him but they couldn’t resist his insistence and so they confessed to him that they own a huge building at Zamalek area that they inherited a long time ago but there was a serious problem with the government; lately they won the case and they became the building owners again. Here the man tells them about his real estate development company which can become a partner in transforming the building into an international hotel; at his insistence, they agreed to think about his offer. Once they get out of the hotel, Shima and Sharbini showed their true colours; they are professional swindlers working for a lawyer, Sobhi Abdel Kayoum, who chooses the victims, prepares the plan and they bring it off.