High Flow: When Forrest learns that he's being transferred to Pontiac, the young paramedic is excited. Then the night before he leaves Flint, he's viciously attacked in a bar parking lot and nearly dies. After he moves to Pontiac, he vows to put the horrible experience behind him and never speak of it to anyone. He soon finds out that he can't forget that night of terror or the anger that still lingers inside him. Patrick is new to Pontiac as well. A physician who just moved into the state, he soon finds himself intrigued by the attractive, yet brooding paramedic. As he tries to get closer to Forrest, he is dismayed and anyed when the punk brushes off his advances. But, Patrick has never been one to give up on something he wants and he's never wanted anything more than to finally have Forrest all to himself. Three Alarm Fire: If there is one thing Dustin is good at, it's putting up a false front. While his friends and coworkers think he's easy going, happy and flirtatious, inside, he's really scarred, sad and self-conscious. After being in a destructive relationship that left him hurt in more ways than one, Dustin never really recovered and is determined to never trust anyone again. Pontiac City Firefighter, Vaughn finds himself immediately attracted to Dustin the moment he spots the paramedic. Dustin is everything Vaughn likes in a man, cute, smart and sexy. Every time he tries to get close, however, Dustin pushes him away. Undaunted, Vaughn decides that Dustin is just playing hard to get and vows that he'll get the other man in his bed if it's the last thing he does. Shades of the Past: All paramedics kw how dangerous their job can be. Kiefer just never expected to experience that truth so early in his career when he lost his cousin and job partner to a tragic accident. Now floundering in both life and his role as a paramedic, Kiefer is in jeopardy of losing everything he worked so hard for. In all his years as a Pontiac City Fireman, Ray's seen a lot of hurt. Nothing affected him more than the day he found Kiefer, emotionally shattered and near catatonic. Ever since then, Ray hasn't been able to get the paramedic out of his mind. When he finds out that Kiefer is making a cross-country trip to return some items to his deceased cousin's mother, Ray jumps at the chance to go along. In His Hero's Shadow: Trauma nurse Chauncey and paramedic Brody have only ever agreed on one thing in life-that they share a mutual hatred for one ather. While they may have to work together, they've never gotten along. One night they lose control and give into their passion. When they find themselves waking up in each other's arms, they have to face one of the biggest decisions of their lives-do they give love a chance, or are their differences just too big to overcome? Life over Limb: After a patient tragically dies while under his care, mobile trauma nurse Tanner withdraws into himself. No longer working out in the field, he's stuck on the midnight shift at St. Anthony's Hospital. Ricky loves his job as a radiology tech. While he enjoys working with patients, the highlight of his day used to be when Tanner would bring a patient into the hospital. Although the nurse's flirting was sometimes over the top, Ricky found himself growing attracted to the man. So when he learns that Tanner has taken a full-time job at the hospital, Ricky is excited... until he realizes that Tanner is a shell of the man he used to be. Fubar: Although Ben acts like he lives to be the center of the party, thing could be further from the truth. One night he goes out to a seedy bar to drink away his woes, only to become the victim of an assault. Danny loves his job as a cop for the city of Pontiac... or at least he used to. Now the never ending politics and budget cuts make him wonder if he should move somewhere else. After he saves Ben, Danny finds all kinds of reasons to stay.