Marie Waite was a happily-married mother. Her husband, Charlie Waite, was a business man who headed a lucrative importing business in South Florida. He was known as “The King of Rum Runners”. Until one day, Marie’s world changed forever. Charlie was on his way back from a business trip, and as his ship turned into the coast of Miami, local coast guards ended his reign in bloodshed. After his body washed up ashore Biscayne Bay, Marie had a choice to make: Fight or flight? We know what she chose. A changed person, hardened by the loss of the only man she ever loved, she chose to re-build his empire. And as her power and influence grow, stories of her ruthlessness begin to spread. At six-feet-tall, Waite is the product of a Swedish father and Mexican mother, a beautiful, blue-eyed brunette with a hot latin temperament to boot. Some describe her as a fickle and dangerous person, with morals as free as the four winds. Her lovers wore cement boots the last day they were ever seen leaving the docks. But who really knows if that's true or not? After all, dead men tell no tales.
As the local business climate becomes more turbulent, and Al Capone makes his way down south. Nobody really sees her around anymore. But I will tell you, if anyone knows anything about her, it would those henchmen of hers: Alberto Céspedes & Jaime Medina. I'd steer clear from them if I were you. They’d do anything to protect her and her interests. Absolutely anything. Show Less