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Duty, Honor, Sacrifice

Toronto's Elite

Decadent Publishing Company

Heat Rating: SCORCHING
Word Count: 60,000
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Detective Logan Weber feels it’s his duty to use his telepathic abilities to track down those who would commit crimes using technology. Paired with Detective Chris Muller they have the honor of working on, and solving, the toughest cases that the internet has to offer.

But when Captain Evan Grigorva pulls Logan and Chris in on an on-going investigation into a media leak, no one involved in the case suspects that to solve the mystery—someone will have to make the ultimate sacrifice.


Glass shattering on the floor of the solarium made him whip his head that way. Jaden stood in stunned silence her hand over her mouth. Red wine and glass littered the floor.
“Jay?” Cameron dropped the potholder and rushed over to her, stopping short of her due to the glass. “Jay, honey, what’s wrong?”
Tears streamed down her face, and she waved her arms in front of her face, distraught. “Jaden talk to me.”
She shook her head.
“Can you hear me?” Cam asked.
She shook her head no.
“Paul,” Cam shouted, the older man signed to Jaden who just shook her head.
“What’s going on?” Nate asked from the kitchen.
“I don’t know,” he replied, “I think something is hurting her telepathic abilities,” he all but whispered.
She looked at Logan and started pointing frantically. “Jay, we don’t understand,” Paul told her.
Jaden balled her hands up at her sides and squeeze her eyes shut, “kkhhssss,” she half whispered, half shouted. All five men stopped and stared at her. “Kkkssss” she tried again, a single tear tracking down her face.
“Chris?” his mind jumped forward. “Something’s wrong with Chris?”
She nodded before she fainted, hitting the floor with a dull thud. Cameron jumped forward, pulling her away from the glass.

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