I do not usually like Nora Roberts books, but because my grandmother insisted that this one was good so I read it, and I was pleasantly surprised because it was good - no great! I intended to only read a couple chapters and then report back that I just couldn't get into it, but boy was I surpised when I realized that I had read almost half it in one setting.
It is the story of a female police lieutenant who has a large amount of responsibility - not only is she in a demanding job, but her family life also requires a lot out of her. When she herself becomes victim to a crime, she discovers another side of life - the side of those she is usually helping. With the help of her family and of course a man (this is Nora Roberts after all), she finds that she does not have to depend on only herself, and by sharing responsibility and allowing others to help her, she could in fact have it all - family, job and happiness!
Also, if any of you are Disney fans, like I am, you'll be pleased to know there's a mention of Disney in here that will make you love this lieutenant even more than you would have anyways.