All tagged Crime/Justice

Parliament of the Profane by Justin Bohardt

Meta-human Gwen is rescued from execution at the hands of a corrupt government that is ready to discard her after exploiting her powers. Unable to reveal that she is alive, she joins forces with her savior, the eternally-youthful Nate, and his motley crew of meta-human vigilantes. Together, they conspire to take down the government, yet her unexpected affair with Nate complicates everything, causing both of them to sacrifice a greater justice to protect their love.

Bedlam by Autumn Sand

Meeting club mogul and new client Tony, prompts Anaya to think about a future that doesn’t involve her cheating absentee boyfriend, Ignacio, whose jealousy and mob ties threaten to trap her indefinitely. But Tony isn't what he seems, and as hidden information is revealed, the story becomes a suspenseful caper with much at stake for everyone involved.

Muriel Avenue Sluts by Maggie Hasbrouck

Julia grew up on Muriel Avenue—the women-owned, women-run street of houses inhabited by an exclusive set of “sluts” (who are, more accurately, well-paid escorts with uncommon agency over their professional sex worker lives).  When she learns that her best friend (also the daughter of a slut) was raped by one of her mother’s Johns, she plays a dangerous game of revenge that sets her on a course toward a double life that creates tension among her normal teenage things—her post-college plans, the crush she has another girl, and her sweet, stable boyfriend.

The Mindf*ck Series by S.T. Abby

Serial killer Lana is busy avenging crimes from her own past when she chance-meets Logan, the righteous FBI profiler tasked with finding the killer. She is torn between finding justice (continuing the kills) and finding peace (a happily-ever-after with her agent) amid her conflict about whether a HEA is even possible should she allow Logan to find out the truth.