“Us. We’re okay, aren’t we, mukka?” ~ Jack Harrison
Video footage of Jack sleeping with Cutter, a man who mutilated teenagers for his own sadistic streak, should have stayed dead and buried with the man who had filmed it. Yet when footage of Jack’s past starts appearing on internet porn sites, Jack’s whole world is again turned on its head. Atfirst the porn links are done to unsettle, to disrupt Jack’s fire-and-ice world: all the sexed-up adrenaline of being caught between the pleasure of Gray Raoul’s BDSM kink and the gentleness of Jan Richards’ vanilla touch. But when the content of the porn sites force even Gray to turn his back on Jack, leaving Jack isolated and away from the full protection of the Masters’ Circle, Jack is left at the mercy of a group of men who are out to alter Jack’s whole perception on his BDSM lifestyle and the reality of being Jack Harrison.
As brutally as possible, Jack’s sex life is now a live webcam feed for a whole new audience.
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Author Christie Snow
"... wow this author has balls."
"This author has taken your deepest, darkest most sordid fears and put it out there... It is fucking brilliant..."
"Mean, mean Jack L. Pyke. But brilliant."
"Pyke... her writing is wonderful. I adore it. I admittedly am not even the hugest BDSM fan on the planet, but when Pyke writes it, it feels like it's right up my alley."
"MIND. FUCKINGLY. BRILLIANT."
"I literally laughed in joy, teared up in loss, pulled my hair in frustration, cried in agony, screamed in pain, sobbed in shock, and felt ultimate heartache and betrayal. And all the while I kept thinking there could not be more and yet, in typical Pyke fashion, there was - just one more twist, always one more twist. Mercedes, Mercedes F-ing Benz!"
"It is beyond good, it is incredible.."
"Yes, this book is brutal, and painfully so, but the brutality is never glamorized. The intensity of emotion in this book is raw and honest. The main characters made me care deeply for their plight, although the antagonists were also well-drawn and not cardboard cutouts. Overall, an impressive story that gripped me from the beginning and makes me want to read the other books in the series."