When she was good she was very, very good. Chloe St. Claire grew up as a daughter of privilege--but when she started to find the advantages empty, she began to carve out a life of her own. And that meant taking a job as a police psychologist. She's worked for the Austin Police Department for eithteen months, and she's a lot less naive than she was. Still, she's never met anyone like this detective.
When he was bad... Vince Coronado is in the worst trouble possible--under investigation by Internal Affairs for killing a man--and his boss has ordered him to spill his guts to a woman who could never understand the world he's from.
Their powerful attraction is improbable. Or is it? Because when circumstances lead Chloe to discover lie upon lie about herself she intuitively knows that Vince is the only person who will understand her sense of suddenly belonging nowhere.