Kevin Crocker returns to St. John's and teams up with Jake in an effort to clear his name; Leslie is forced into the spotlight; Des struggles with a secret and whether he should tell Jake what he knows.moreless
Tinny's duties as an officer of the RNC begin as she supervises the transport of a cargo of guns and drugs; meanwhile, in St. John's, a prison break puts the people of the city at risk.moreless
When Tinny's cargo of guns and drugs is taken by Maurice Becker, Jake must work with his ex-partner, Kevin Crocker, to get her back.
Leslie's father's death is found to be suspicious, and both the police and the Doyles are asking questions; Crocker makes plans that will allow him to stay in Newfoundland.
The Doyles' new case has them searching for a kidnapped girl; Tinny has some news to share with the family, and Leslie gets a new assignment that poses some danger to her.
A new client wants the Doyles to investigate his wife's death; he believes she is not dead at all. Tinny takes up an investigation, while Jake and Leslie have a heart-to-heart talk.
When Des gets himself handcuffed to an escaped convict, Jake and Mal have to come to the rescue to save him, but they soon find out that Des has been a willing participant and wants to help the man prove his innocence. Tinny uses her inside connections to discover more about her father; Jake tracks Leslie down and finds out why she's been missing from her duties at the RNC.moreless
Tinny and Des are kidnapped by Jake's partner from his days in the RNC, and both Jake and Mal will do anything to get them back. For Jake, this means not only bending, but breaking the law, and using his friends in ways they did not anticipate. Jake's actions have unforeseen consequences on his relationship with one of the women in his life, putting a further roadblock in their relationship just when Jake has made the decision to move forward.moreless