There is no such thing as "Easy Money".
The Story of Boston Detective Paul "Southie" O'Brien, from his Rookie Year until his Post-Department Years, his loves, dislikes, cases & challenges to his Catholic Faith. Think of "Southie" as Everyman.
Bryn was a normal NYPD Sgt. in Homicide, until disaster struck close to home. After leaving her small town of Chapel, Texas to live in New York, leaving behind the man she thought she loved, and her hopes of a future. She changed her phone number, email and disappeared, running from heartbreak, while her family struggles to stay together. But as much as Bryn does not want to go, she has no choice, after a family member was killed. There she meets old flame Chase Sullivan who is engaged to a city girl and cheater. Could it get any worse? Oh yeah the guy who had a crush on her for years saves her life and says to pay him back she needs to marry him. Chase thought he had it all, a fiance and ranch that is running smoothly, but then DeLuca's only daughter came home. Changing everything while Bryn tries to act like his woman beside him does not hurt her, they are forced to work together. Maybe he was missing something in his life.
Homicide detective Madison La 'Crux, is put to the ultimate test after her sister is the third victim of notorious serial killer Roman Numeral. With no leads, and sufficient evidence, she struggles to figure out whom killed her sister and those before her sister, and to prevent the murderer from killing others. As time runs out, she has no other choice but to investigate the ones close to her... turns out. The killer was closer than she could have ever imagined.