Hoping to go straight, recently paroled master thief Daisy 'Jett' Kowalski is enlisted by crime boss Charlie Baudelaire to steal a ring from Miljan Bestic, an Eastern European crime overlord living in Cuba.
Jett is forced to mastermind a heist at the site of a high-end poker game. Baudelaire's son Junior continues to vex his father.
Jett looks back at the origins of her relationship with Phoenix and is ordered by Evans to track down Blair - or else.
Jett tracks down Frank Sweeney, a brutal gangster she and Blair worked for ten years earlier.
Bennie cleans up a mess. Evans briefs Jett on a new job for Bestic.
Reconnecting with McKay, a fellow con she met on a diamond heist with Quinn, Jett orchestrates the heist of a vintage Mercedes from a tony lakeside estate. The plan goes smoothly enough - until a pair of interlopers crash the party. Meanwhile, Josie tries to break things off with Dillon, but ends up being sucked into a dangerous game with Junior and his henchmen, Taggart and Hopper.
Bennie finds himself keeping close company with an unhinged Rosalie. Dillon gets bad news from Carter, and sets his sights on exacting revenge. Jett is forced to overcome a major detour before reuniting with McKay and completing her latest job for Evans. Charlie grows increasingly suspicious after a heist goes awry.
Jett finds herself in dire straits when Dillon, hell-bent on revenge, descends on Charlie's house to confront an out-of-control Junior, who has come to his father for help. Phoenix deals with her brother Neal's threats head-on. Later, Jett remembers her last heist with Quinn and a crucial tête-à-tête with Dillon, before hearing Bestic's final demand.
Before a fateful meeting with Bestic, Jett sets in motion a plan to be free of him for good. When the two come face-to-face, Bestic reveals the origins of his feud with Charlie. As the situation becomes increasingly perilous, Jett realizes she's in danger of losing the very thing she holds most dear.