Love and relationship are the last things federal agent Donovan McCormick wants. His first marriage ended when his wife and child were killed because he refused to turn over the man he was protecting. He refuses to put another woman, another love in jeopardy. Love is also the lowest priority on Corey Nichols's list. In fact, it isn't even on her list. She was burned once before when the man she loved used her for his own sick gain. No more. Now Donovan and Corey have stepped into each other's circles. Do they give love a second chance or shove aside these burning emotions? Or will giving love a second chance also mean giving a murderer a second chance at revenge?