In a narrative of suspense, action, and family secrets Madison Drinker will face the shadow of her own abusive past and the cloak and dagger world of “opposition research” as she risks more than just her life to learn the secret of the President’s Daughter. A real-world masochist, with social ties in the underground world of kink and fetish, Madison hides her emotional instability inside a high-stress and high-dopamine job in the world of opposition research or “oppo” in Washington DC politispeak.
Graveyard humor and a lack of self-preservation propel her into an investigation which will pit Madison and her partner, a former British paparazzi turned foreign correspondent, against the most powerful man in the free world. The ability to endure pain and emotional duress are tested as Madison investigates previously debunked charges that the sitting President, rough-edged former American Gunman reality star William Foster, was involved in sexual abuse of his daughter Kaidence and hired a Baltimore prostitute to roleplay her for bedroom games.
Madison Drinker fights to learn the truth against a backdrop of issues vital and trending in today’s world: sexual countercultures, family abuse, surveillance, demagoguery, privatized intelligence, and an Imperial President.
Squaring off against the President’s private security, headed by a brutal Memphis ex-cop with flexible ethics and near-unlimited resources Madison comes face to face with the truth…and with herself.
Presented by lifelong Beltway insider James Gordon and BDSM and fetish educator and edgeplayer Rebecca Doll, enter a secret world written by people who understand it. From the holdout survivors of Washington’s haute cuisine watering holes to the scarred sidewalks of Baltimore’s Payson Street prostitution district, become immersed in a setting depicted in sharp and atmospheric relief. Crafted with meticulous precision and attention to detail, the story captures the grunge and glitz of Washington, Baltimore, and Philadelphia without stretching the bounds of politics or straying into science fiction.
Targeted Age Group:: Adult
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
My partner and I have been fascinated for a long time with the idea of a narrative in which the protagonist was the sort of people we know. A modern anti-hero. We wanted to reflect the larger issues in our society, but we also wanted to reflect the society we've been a part of, and offer a window into the real world of deep end kink and fetish.
How Did You Come up With Your Characters?
They're based on ourselves and the types of people we know and their stories. No one in particular, but the people who populate the world around us. Our villains are drawn from today's news.
Around eight in the morning, after the worst toxins were leached from her bloodstream, the need to piss drove the fucked up mass of grey matter in her head to life. Always, even before her eyes had opened, came the electric jolt of realization that she did not remember how she had gotten to bed, the overture which preceded the exhilarating main act of piecing her torn memories back together.
Her bed appeared to float in space, which was not far from the truth. She stared up at the cavernous walls of the loft stretching away above and below her, oversized posters out of focus. Sweat-soaked, she crawled across the dark wood floor, scarred by years of heavy factory equipment and hand trucks, lowered herself down the stairs from the platform that was her bedroom, hand over hand along the industrial iron banister screwed into the brick.
She had to stop and lay against the wall at the base of the stair before she crawled into the blockhouse beneath her bed which served as bath and laundry room. The floor inside was tile, blessedly cool beneath her hands and she collapsed panting for a few minutes on the bath mat before grasping the tarnished brass legs of the sink to lever herself onto the toilet, head down in her hands.
Mad was reliably informed that when you stopped having hangover headaches it meant you were severely alcoholic, and this morning she was grateful that she’d made the cut. The body adapted to metabolizing poisons. The same sources hadn’t told her that she would get to retain the malaise and dizziness that made her feel like an arthritic octogenarian.
"Maybe you have to level up?"
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