When a young woman disappears, journalist Sophie Alton investigates and is led to the woman's brother, a convicted killer who is running from the law. Together, they follow a dangerous path toward the truth-and unforgettable passion.
Sophie Alton: Journalist on the I-Team. Covers the prison beat.
Marc Hunter: Escaped convict. Also former DEA agent and decorated Army sniper who served in Afghanistan. Sentenced to life without parole for the shooting death of his DEA partner.
Julian Darcangelo: Former FBI agent, current head of Denver Police Department's vice team, specialist in human sex trafficking. Hero of HARD EVIDENCE (I-Team Book 2). Married to Tessa Novak Darcangelo.
Tessa Darcangelo: Formerly Tessa Novak, I-Team crime reporter, now a self-employed journalist who works freelance. Married to Julian Darcangelo. Heroine of HARD EVIDENCE (I-Team Book 2).
Kara MacMillan: Former I-Team environmental reporter. Heroine of EXTREME EXPOSURE (I-Team Book 1). Married to State Sen. Reece Sheridan. Now works freelance and writes books.
Reece Sheridan: Kara's husband, state senator. Hero of EXTREME EXPOSURE (I-Team Book 1)
Katherine James: Environmental reporter for the I-Team. A Navajo, Kat grew up on the Navajo Reservation largely raised by her grandmother. Her worldview is based on the beliefs of the traditional Diné (Navajo), which explains why she's a virgin at age 26. Heroine in NAKED EDGE (I-Team Book 4).
Holly Bradshaw: Entertainment reporter for the Denver Independent, a friend of many of the women on the I-Team. Nicknamed "Horny Holly" for her love life. Is a knock-out natural platinum blonde.
Megan Rawlings: Hunt's half-sister, on the run with her baby daughter Emily. Was serving time in prison on drug-related charges.
C.O.: A correctional officer, i.e., a guard at a prison or jail
Colorado Open Records Act (CORA): A Colorado statute that defines which documents are open to the public. Any citizen may request documents under CORA, but most requests come from journalists and attorneys.
D-Seg: Disciplinary segregation; where prisoners are punished for bad behavior.
Fefe: A deadly mix of heroin and the anesthetic fentanyl. Also called “dropdead,” “executioner,” and “flatliner.”
L.W.O.P.: (Pronounced EL-wop) — Life Without the Possibility of Parole
Kill: To end someone’s life. Also to masturbate, i.e., “He likes to kill to porn.”
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