Crimes of Passion: When Love Breaks the Law

Crimes of Passion: When Love Breaks the Law


Steamy action that breaks all rules. Lust can drive people to do crazy things – including breaking the law. Even fraudsters and thieves need a little love and a lot of sexual satisfaction sometimes. Whether they’re behind bars or still at large, these fun-loving criminals get a kick out of being very naughty and it’s going to take a lot to persuade them back on to the straight and narrow.


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Excerpt from What’s All This Then?

Madison was bored. She still had a couple of hours left of her shift and it was dragging. There was absolutely nothing going on; no break-ins, muggings, domestic violence or even anyone being drunk and disorderly. For a Saturday night, it was unheard of. She almost wished that someone would commit a crime, just so she had something to do.

She decided to drive out of town. There was a road on the outskirts that was quiet in the evening. Youngsters tended to congregate there, drinking, smoking weed and generally misbehaving. Perhaps she’d be able to bust a couple of kids for possession or something. She could but hope.

Madison drove the squad car through town and out towards her destination. Leaving the street lights of civilisation behind, she flicked on headlights’ main beam. As she travelled further down the road she expected to hear the revving of engines. Silly racer boys with their souped-up cars and equally silly girls hanging off their arms often hung around here. The only sound was that of Madison’s car engine and the tyres on the tarmac.

Frowning, Madison wondered if this shift was ever going to end. She planned to motor to the end of the road and head back to the station via another route. However, before she got much further, she saw a car parked in a lay by. She mentally rejoiced; this was bound to be someone up to no good. If it wasn’t smoking drugs or drinking, then at the very least it’d be a couple of spotty teenagers canoodling. If so, she could put a flea in their ear and send them packing.

Pulling in behind the car, she killed her lights. If they hadn’t noticed her already, they were clearly otherwise occupied. Madison didn’t want to alert them to her presence and give them chance to stop what they were doing.

Hopping out of the car she pulled on her hat and checked that everything she needed was attached to her belt. She doubted there’d be any trouble, but it was always better to be prepared. Silencing her radio, Madison approached the car; the last thing she needed was it suddenly crackling into life just as she was about to catch someone using illegal substances.

It was a clear night and the moon shone down brightly, illuminating the scene. Madison studied the car, surprised. It wasn’t your typical boy racer-mobile. In fact, it was a very expensive car. Perhaps the driver had borrowed daddy’s car. Either that or it was stolen. Bingo.

It wasn’t until Madison was level with the boot of the car that she realised there was quite a lot of movement coming from the car. In an up-and-down fashion. The penny dropped. It was looking more likely that Madison was going to be making mention of the words “indecent exposure” as opposed to “illegal substances.” Either way, the evening had suddenly become much more interesting.

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