Guilty (BWWM)

Guilty (BWWM)

55.2K Reads 3.4K Votes 25 Part Story
ShanitaG By ShanitaG Completed

A crooked cop with a wandering eye, a wife succumbing to temptation, a deadly crimeboss with his eye on a new "territory", and a set up gone awry.  All of which is the perfect recipe for disaster. 

Detective Richard Morrison was known to his collegues and community as an honorable man.  In the eyes of others, he was viewed as an upstanding citizen with not even parking tickets on his record.  However, as the saying goes, looks can be very deceiving and soon we find out that Richard is a far cry from his outward persona.  His employment with the notorious Bleu soon entangles his wife, Corrine, into the dealings leading to an unexpected turn of events

Follow along as the twists, turns, and tangles of this story reveal the many secrets, betrayals, and deceptions hidden behind Corrine and Richard's marriage.

This story contains sex, violence, and racial themes. If you aren't comfortable with those things, do not read this story.

  • action
  • baltimore
  • bwwm
  • crime
  • crimeboss
  • deceit
  • detroit
  • druglord
  • drugs
  • interracial
  • italian
  • latino
  • love
  • murder
  • mystery
  • racism
  • romance
  • thriller
  • twisted
  • urban
victorianbabe94 victorianbabe94 Oct 16, 2016
This book was recommended to me. When that happens, is it another user recommending it or Wattpad?
Lowkey_Lullaby Lowkey_Lullaby Nov 08, 2014
sounds like a page turner that will have me at the edge of my seat
xtrustnonex xtrustnonex Oct 17, 2014
yesss , this book has so much suspense to it, its one of those books that keep you at the edge of the seat but maybe you should put stuff in the mm (:
Nancerellla Nancerellla Jul 31, 2014
The summary is very intriguing because its complex with a lot of mystery surrounding it. Very nice.
somerandomchick2001 somerandomchick2001 Jul 02, 2014
I love your description. This story sounds like a fast paced mystery, action, thriller.
badchick_314 badchick_314 Jun 21, 2014
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