Horrified by her actions, Anna decides to flee, and Jack fights back for his family. Meanwhile, Elizabeth Bradshaw attempts to forget her traumatic ordeal, but relief is cut short by the delivery of her letter of termination.
Former London undercover police detective Jim Worth is the seemingly gentle police chief of Little Big Bear, a small town at the edge of the Canadian Rockies, where his family of four has moved to escape his unhappy past. But, thanks to a chief of security for North Stream Oil, the oil company that dominates the town, Worth's past catches up with him and he and his wife Angela call into service Jim's unhappy, alcoholic alter-ego, Jack Devlin, to fight anyone they suspect of hurting their family. The local head of public relations for North Stream, Elizabeth Bradshaw, wavers between ethics and criminality against a backdrop of rough oil workers and bikers.