For months, Peyton and her partner, Marco, have been searching for the serial killer known only as the Janitor, but every investigation ends in defeat. He moves like the wind, striking and disappearing without a trace, leaving no evidence behind. Peyton, herself, fell victim to his attack. Now she struggles to focus on her job when her every moment is filled with nightmares of him. Forced to deny her trauma in order to stop him, Peyton fears this case is destined to end a hail of bullets and blood. She's just not sure whose.
When Peyton and Marco are pulled off the most significant case of their careers, they struggle to find their equilibrium. Marco's growing distance brings out Peyton's worst insecurities, and while everyone around her seems to be moving forward in their lives, she feels stuck. Assigned to investigate the murder of a reality star's boyfriend, Peyton questions whether her absolute dedication to her job is worth it.
"Series keeps getting better!"
Peyton and Marco's relationship has undergone enormous change. With new jobs demanding their attention, they struggle to find an equilibrium between their professional and personal lives. Added to that difficulty is Marco's inability to accept his own physical limitations and his fear that Peyton stays with him only through guilt.
Life has become increasingly complicated for San Francisco Inspector Peyton Brooks. With a past murder suspect living in the spare bedroom, an abusive receptionist bunking on the couch, an ex-boyfriend about to marry another woman, and her own mother in a relationship with a bigot, Peyton doesn't think her life can get much more difficult. Until her partner of eight years is suspected of murder.
"Can't wait for the next one"
For years, Peyton has struggled to put her father's murder behind her, but her latest case brings it all back. When two hookers are found with the mutilated body of a notorious gangbanger, Peyton and her partner, Marco, are pulled into a world of violence, sex, and drugs that might engulf all of San Francisco in a turf war. And as Peyton comes to realize, sometimes the monsters we most fear are real.
"EVEN BETTER THAN THE FIRST ONE"
Elena Harris knows what she should have - a doctor as a husband and a large home in the suburbs, but what Elena desires is passion. Enter Joshua Ravensong, the quintessential "bad boy." A rock star struggling with a drug addiction, Ravensong falls for Elena, allowing her a chance to live out her fantasy, but one night of passion quickly turns into a relationship that might consume both of them.