Caroline sent to the south of France by the new M to psychologically evaluate Bond and accompanies him in his Aston Martin DB5. When 007 engages in a high-speed car chase with Xenia Onatopp the evaluator becomes noticeably agitated by his driving and eventually orders Bond to stop the car immediately. 007 complies and reveals a hidden bottle of chilled Bollinger and a rose. He then proceeds to seduce Caroline with ease. Later, in a meeting with M, the SIS Head notes that Bond's psychological evaluation was 'excellent'.
In John Gardner's 1995 novelization of the film, Caroline is implied to have come from a background of privelige, that she had either never thought about, or never felt guilty about. In her professional life, Caroline was sent to Monaco to issue Agent 007 his five-year evaluation of his tradecraft skills. While driving on the Grand Corniche, a road in the South Alps, Bond entered a street race with a woman in a yellow Ferrari 355. Caroline demanded that he stop, and he reluctantly complied before opening one of his car's secret compartments that he informed her was usually used for a gun, and taking out a bottle of champagne. She later bid Bond farewell at the Nice airport, and had grown so fond of 007 that their parting brought tears to her eyes.