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Kensington Publishing Corp., Sep 6, 2012 - Fiction - 372 pages
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Truly, madly. . .deadly

Detective Tom Hanson has a string of grotesquely mutilated bodies on his hands and no answers--aside from the fact that the victims were members of an underground sex club catering to singular erotic tastes. Tastes the long, lean detective has sampled himself in the arms of his former lover, a fiery redhead who offered the most erotic, irresistible sex he'd ever encountered. Until the night she'd begged for the one thing he couldn't give, and he lost her forever.

Gina Larsen is the only one who can guide Hanson through the fringe world of dark fantasy and desire that lies hidden deep beneath the Bible Belt. Lured into her lair by a quest for justice, Hanson discovers his hunger for Gina has only grown stronger and deeper. . .beyond the edge of control. Soon he's shedding his last inhibitions in the search for answers, but the more she draws him into her erotic web, the less he can distinguish between passion and duty, pleasure and pain. . .good and evil.

"A wrenching, seductive journey into the raw, honest world of BDSM, written by someone who lives it." --Vonna Harper

"Debut novelist Kinsey explores the BDSM lifestyle she lives and introduces mainstream readers who have welcomed Fifty Shades of Grey to a larger segment of the BDSM community. . .a psychological exploration of aspects of BDSM, bound by a rather grisly thriller." – Library Journal

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About the author (2012)

Kate Kinsey is a lifelong writer who has been very involved in the BDSM community on both local and national levels. Education within the community is one of her passions. “Sex,” says Kinsey, “is one of the most powerful forces in our lives. It affects who we are and how we feel about ourselves. When that drive carries shame and repression, it cripples us in a very real and pervasive way. The stereotype that people who embrace BDSM—or indeed, any kink considered outside the mainstream of ‘normal’—are somehow sick or damaged could not be further from the truth. It takes courage and self-awareness to seek out the things that fulfill and satisfy us. People who do what we do are among the healthiest and happiest people I know.” To learn more about Kate and BDSM, visit her at

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