I really liked this story about Andi and Salt, two detectives in Tampa who find themselves pushed into taking a case by their captain to find the maker of a new designer drug that makes any other drug used in date rape look like candy. "Please" would make it extremely difficult for any prosecutor from making a case for rape because the victim "asked for it!", as seen on many a viral video. Definitely, this is a drug that needs to be removed from the streets before life became any worse. But that would mean that Andi and Salt, a Mother Russian cop-now a US naturalized citizen, go undercover as clients at an age-play club that is very strict regarding its membership.
Worse yet, Detective Andi Sugarbaker has daddy issues, and not just because her partner is one, hot Russian!
Andi and Salt were incredible characters to discover, and Anderson does not rush Andi's recollection of her tragic childhood nor her own sexual discovery (which explains why she hasn't ever had a decent relationship with anyone!).
This book is definitely worth the read as I have read it three times already prior to leaving this review. It's that intriguing!