When socialite party girl Mia Abbott-Renou wakes up in a garden she has little recall of the previous night — except that she is naked … hurt … terrified. Not only has she been raped, but she knows one of her assailants: the son of a wealthy politician who happens to be her own father’s political ally.
Mia wants and needs justice. Except this privileged boy has an alibi and her father forbids her from going to the police. It’s a critical election year, one that his party might lose if his image as a doting father is soured due to Mia being labeled a lush or worse, promiscuous.
Devastated at not having the support of her family, Mia finds herself in a tug-of-war with her conscience over what to do, especially since she can’t remember exactly what happened that night. Worse, the men who attacked her have hurt several other girls, and Mia may be the key to stopping them.
Mia tries to forget, until the unthinkable happens, and she’s left reeling once again until she realizes that her strength will bring healing and unlocking her memories will bring justice.
the two officers that rescued her that night, she is left in the hospital scared and alone. When the family staff showed up finally, she realized they were only there to keep this quiet and not let the fact she brought this rape on herself leak to the press. Her father’s reputation was at stake. What’s worse than that? Try knowing who raped you but not being able to tell the police because the rapist family is connected in a powerful relationship with your father, or the fact you are denied the morning after pill because your father has went against the idea that the pill is anything other than abortion and could ruin his career. His belief is you can’t get pregnant from being raped.
day after because photos of her were leaked to the press and damage control had to be done for her father’s reputation. Just when it all seemed too much to live with, she finds out she is now in trouble with the law and the man who raped her is getting positive exposure for a football career.