Sam is a sight for sore eyes.

It’s been years since Emma Chapman has seen Samuel Tucker. Ever since Sam left the orphanage where the two grew up and never looked back. Emma has moved on, too, working as a telephone operator and attending local suffragette meetings. But the happy reunion turns sour when Emma learns that Sam is a policeman. Everyone knows the force is corrupt. Could her old friend have changed so much?

Sam is struck by the beautiful woman Emma has become. But having lost his wife in a tragic accident, he won’t give his heart again. And Emma’s distrust of his chosen profession is clear. If only he can convince her that he’s one policeman the neighborhood can trust.

Then when Emma overhears disturbing calls concerning suffragette meetings, Sam knows he must protect the woman he has grown to love.