Love Locked Down by R. Satiafa
A Novel About Women in Relationships with Incarcerated Men

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LOVED LOCKED DOWN takes a thought-provoking look at women who have chosen to pursue relationships with men behind bars. It contains the stories of several women from all walks of life – from a cafeteria worker to a big tobacco executive – all who have crossed the barbed wire fence in search of Mr. Right.

The story is told through the voice of Regina Jackson, a museum curator who answers a seemingly random phone call from a prison inmate (Rayboy) that turns into a sordid love affair. Excited and afraid, Regina is pulled into the sensual world of powerful men who live by their own rules, and the unscrupulous women willing to play the game.

Millionaire art dealers and hard-core prison playas knock heads in a world where everybody is trying to get paid big. And Regina soon discovers that worse than losing her heart to the wrong man, she may lose her life.

About R. Satiafa

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Published August 24, 2009 by Xlibris. 320 pages
Genres: Arts & Photography, Parenting & Relationships, Health, Fitness & Dieting, Religion & Spirituality, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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