Jen Dawson is an emergency room physician in San Francisco who prides herself on an orderly and driven life.
Tommy Vietti is an experienced detective who solves homicides quicker than any other cop.
Amanda Hawthorne is a powerful, young District Attorney who is defined by loyalty and an unshakeable sense of justice.
Their lives change forever when Jen's colleague, Dr. Lane Wallace, becomes a murder suspect in the death of his paramour, an ultrasound technologist. Jen fiercely defends Dr. Wallace, but her lover, Tommy, discounts her opinions as misplaced loyalty. While working a shift, Jen unwittingly becomes a witness in the investigation when she provides medical care to one of the suspects, defending her actions against criticism from Tommy and Amanda.
Tommy is determined to investigate beyond the obvious, even if it means unearthing cold, hard truths about crimes of passion in his own circle of friends from the North Beach neighborhood. A romantic man with a large Italian family, Tommy follows his intuition and creatively attacks the case, forcing the killer to make a mistake.
Amanda clashes with Jen when their worlds collide during the investigation, but they soon discover they have more in common than just butting heads. As their relationship takes on a heightened intensity, Jen's world is thrown deeper into turmoil, forcing Jen and Amanda to make a decision that will change the trajectory of all their lives.
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By Sondra A., Cobb on 07-02-18
not what I was expecting but pretty good
the story was actually pretty good. I don't want to sound like a total pervert but I was expecting at least one real sex scene not just tell us they had sex after all that buildup. I did like the characters I just wanted a little more.
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By Kris on 01-04-18
Good premise but that is all
The performance was terrible, it sounded like a high school kid rushing through a speech. The story execution was simplistic and the characters were barely one dimensional.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful