When JT Chronopolous went missing and was presumed dead, his friends, coworkers and Denver’s street rat community mourned him. The team almost fell apart but never stopped searching. Six years later they have an answer. Back for the series swan song as Conroy Farrel, more than JT’s name has changed. He doesn’t know JT but he does know SDF took his girl and he’s there to get her back.
JT’s resurrection is welcome news for the team and again they’re asked to believe the unbelievable, that JT has gone rogue. The team’s sure if JT falls for their elaborate lure they’ll get to the bottom of everything and get their JT back. But the now woman-sized Jane Linden innocently trips the trap and JT glimpses familiar moves that lead to remembering what he had and wanted again.
A barely adult crush gone viral, memories of a night six years ago and a bit of wedged in familiarity didn’t have a logic this reader believed so the romance was off for my taste. However, there’s excitement Steele Street with the original team revving engines and a mission that starts wrong was reminiscent of the earlier exciting outings, though the women they’d picked up along the way were missed. The cat and mouse of wrapping every loose end of the series, gave purpose to the team’s presence and kept the excitement quotient high.