Lucas Cain and Noah Ramsey are first grade detectives and partners in the NYPD. They are the ones to call when you need to get the job done right the first time. Because of their reputation for being so good at what they do, their fellow officers call them Rock Stars. The title is well earned from a successful prolonged string of spectacular busts and takedowns that garnered them the ultimate respect from their peers; begrudged or not. But the boys in blue didn’t make it to where they are without their own fair share of heartache, tears, and pain.

Drama has been an unwanted shadow hanging over them for quite some time and they’ve both lost a lot along the way. When Noah barely walks away from a dangerous bust with his life, he starts to see things a bit differently than before and finally realizes what’s really important in life—thanks to the love of a good woman, Leah Wheeler.

Lucas also has to face some tough choices of his own. After surviving the aftermath of taking down two extremely dirty cops and discovering along the way, that the beautiful detective, Nicole, whom he’s given his heart to after having lost the love of his life is also dirty, Lucas is emotionally tapped out and thinking of halting his quest for true love and reverting back to his player ways.

Trapped in a constant state of flux and turmoil, Lucas is really thrown for a loop with a blast from the past that he never saw coming. He and Noah are simultaneously thrown back into the hunt for an evil madman with the reemergence of a villain they thought they’d put down. What happens next is anyone’s guess. Can the villain be bested? Will Noah be tamed? Will Lucas settle the demons of his past? They say there’s always a light at the end of the tunnel…a beacon of hope…will it be allowed to burn bright, or will everything fade to black?