Bobby (Bruiser) Parker is bored with his day to day job at Kelly Security. He should have known better than to wish for something to get him out of the office. His wish was quickly answered. Bruiser and his elite protection team are given the task of keeping a murder witness alive until the killers are caught. It should be a simple enough task for a group of former Special Forces and government agents. The killers, however, have other ideas as well as inside information.
Bobby (Bruiser) Parker is back and in the middle of it all again. This time someone has taken two of the people he loves the most, Bailey Kelly and Karen Harris. The kidnappers demand 10,000,000 dollars in 72 hours. Money isn't the problem. The women's husbands are two of the states wealthiest and most powerful men. The problem is Bruiser knows that statistically kidnap victims are not going to make it home after the money changes hands. Add to that the feeling in his gut that this is about more than money. It's about revenge.
Brad Harris left Oklahoma City for Denver to start a new life. Mostly he needed to get away from his failed relationship with Karen McCormick. Their break up left his relationship with her father, his boss Martin McCormick, in bad shape. The partnership offer gave him an easy way out. When both of her parents are brutally murdered in their quiet Edmond home three years later. Karen, alone and afraid, practically begs him to come back. Once back in the city, Brad quickly discovers that things are not as they had seemed.
He medically retired with his pension and a dream. He had always planned to open a Security Consulting firm. His dream would be made easier when the young Marines wealthy grandfather dies. The old man had felt the need to reward Brian for his heroic deed. The reward comes in the form of a long abandoned government research facility and a lot of cash. With the help of some old friends, and a few new ones, Brian finds himself quickly making his dream a reality.