When a British investment company buys Samantha Kidd’s troubled retail employer, she finds herself torn between her role as management and the unionized employees picketing for better pay. Her only distraction is the retirement party she’s planning for Detective Loncar on the side. But when a shooter fires into the crowd outside the store and injures two men, Samantha’s priorities shift. One victim is the head of the union. The other is Detective Loncar.
The detective warns Samantha to stay out of the investigation … and then slips into a coma. Head his warning? Not bloody likely. With two possible victims, Samantha finds herself lacking direction. Was the strike captain playing dirty with his negotiations? Or are those rumors about Loncar’s personal life true? Between a cop bar, a life coach, a possible pregnancy, and a blue line that’s anything but thin, Samantha’s tea cup runneth over. One thing’s for sure: after this case, nothing will be the same.