Here's the synopsis:
Honey McGuinness hasn't weathered the storm of life; she's been chewed up and spit out by it. Although she hasn't exactly landed on her feet, she's a strong, enigmatic, and untamed creature--with more than enough juice to play with the big boys.
When a haunting past becomes to painful, she moves to Skid Row where she hopes to disappear among the forsaken and forgotten. Fut things don't work out like she hopes. And when she finds her friend Billy lying in a pool of blood with a tape recorder strapped to his waist, she is sucked right back into the slough.
To avenge Billy's murder, Honey risks it all. Her fearless pursuit of the killer thrusts her straight into the murky, seedy world of sex, drugs, and greed--a sinister and depraved world of panacea and obvlivion that holds particular seduction for a gal like Honey. In the final round, bloodied and defiled Honey hooks up with a big lug of a cop who's willing to lay down his life for hers--if both of them live that long.
Bawdy, gritty and unrelenting, Threshold pushes you to the edge of darkness... and beyond.
After re-reading that, I don't know what possessed me to accept a review copy of this book, because it doesn't sound like something I would pick up. But here is a link to BN.com where you can read other reviews. I will send this to the first person to comment that they want it--you must be at least 18 years of age to be eligible, and must also live in the US (sorry). Please leave an email or some other way of reaching you so that I can get your mailing address.