Kammara Onochie has three things she valued above all else - a solid sense of self-worth, a career heading in the direction she wants, and the love of a good man. Then she is raped, and she can't recognise herself anymore.
Traumatised, confused and in pain, she is desperate to find again the woman she once was.
Chet Benson loves only one woman, and wants nothing more than to spend the rest of his life with her. But when she is violated, and broken by the experience, he is faced with the possibility of losing her.
This terrifying possibility is made worse by the fact that he may end up a murder suspect.
Inspector Solomon Dinini has an unexplained death in his hands. Objective, dedicated, and a touch disgruntled, he must ascertain if this is murder or death by a natural cause. And he must serve the cause of justice.
But does a serial rapist deserve justice?
Just Deserts...a traumatised woman, a heartbroken lover, and a dead serial rapist, did someone get what they deserved?