A loving family, a successful career, finding true love. The things we all strive for in life. Many find their paths to be easy and straightforward – others are like metal to magnets, being pulled in directions with no control of their own. This is the story of Jack Hipp; a successful veteran police detective whose life always seemed to work out well enough. Yet he was always searching for more – whatever it might take to make his time on earth meaningful. And like most, he hoped to find true love and happiness in his life journey. A well rounded man, Jack moved up in the ranks in his career, had been a role model to kids, treated his family with respect and love. It was quite by accident that he found himself falling for a beautiful, up and coming criminal defense lawyer, Aponi Rhodes, who was almost twenty years his junior. Ironically, she was also on the prosecuting end of a case being built against his former police partner, Mike Deluca. Could their differences stack the cards …
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