Karen has trouble writing her report on the apprehension of a fugitive for several reasons: A) a sore chest from a gunshot to her Kevlar vest; B) subsequent memory loss surrounding the events of that night; C) an overeager partner; D) a dead fugitive. Even an attempt to enjoy her medical leave goes sour when the FBI inform her that the friendly charter fisherman she's dating might also be a bank robber. But with help from her father, a P.I. working a possible insurance scam, and a mysterious new marshal in town, Karen may yet recover her memory and get her man.
With only six months to go on their prison term, the not-too bright Salchek brothers are duped into escaping from jail, and stealing a baseball worth millions from mob boss Charlie Lucre. Then they'll finally be able to buy a double-wide trailer for their loving mother. Having caught them once before, Karen must race against Lucre, his hit men, and an overzealous FBI agent to find them and put them back behind bars.
A smooth-talking con man catches a lucky break, allowing him to escape right under Karen's nose. Determined to bring him back, Karen must first contend with an old FBI adversary, a former FBI boyfriend (who's still married), and an ex-mob accountant inexplicably out of hiding from the Witness Protection Program.
A reluctant Karen partners with Konner, a US Marshal who goes by his own rules, to find three parolees on the run. But Karen is unaware that the ex-cons are running from Konner--who plans to mete out his own deadly brand of justice.
Karen's fling with a Florida Marlins pitcher takes a backseat to a real star-crossed romance when she pursues a prisoner, who keeps escaping to see his one true love, a stripper longing for a new life. Complications ensue when his best friend gets her involved with the Russian mob.