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When a high profile socialite is found dead, posed in an extremely provocative position, Lieutenant Ellison Frost must set aside her personal connection in pursuit of the truth.

As the case pushes into the reaches of the victim's sexually deviant lifestyle, Frost must battle exposing her own private life and the duality it has become.

Can she solve the case without exposing her twisted desires and risking her career? Does she continue to hide the shackles that restrain her or simply throw them to the light and forever be Unbound

This book contains graphic sexual content and is not intended for anyone present at the author's birth.

©2015 R. C. Butler (P)2018 R. C. Butler

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narration choppy, story so so

story was ok but the ending rather a let down - no real big ending scene. seemed like some character traits, scenes borrowed from JD Robb In Death series- tall and lean LT who runs the show but hates the spotlight, horribly uncomfortable guest chair, hot tech genius who talks to the hacker/computer while working...
the main thing though was the choppiness of the narration. breaks in the wrong places of sentences/paragraphs, sometimes kind of wooden. run on dialogue between two people so it was hard to tell which character was "speaking", the only parts that were truly smooth were the sex scenes and a few random spots in the book. don't know that I would listen to a book narrated by her again.