When love has brought you to your knees, and you know what must be done, can you follow the ethical imperative reserved for those who are their own moral compass?
In “Thou Shalt Kill” a Navy SEAL gets stranded on a mission where things go terribly wrong.
The intelligence reports seemed promising, but when innocent lives come into play, harsh decisions have to be made, leading Tyler Franks to a dark and complex relationship.
The primary object of his relationship is a woman named Piper, who is up to her chin in the dark underworld of Italy’s self-righteous social rebellion.
Ethics are deteriorated, and in spite of the advice of those who love her, Piper finds herself involved with people who are only interested in using her for their own private benefit — then casting her aside when their needs have been satisfied.
When Tyler is Internationally stranded, and wrongfully convicted, can he find the strength to go against the very principles of training which brought him into that position?
When relationships are broken and your companions are no longer present, how can a woman find the strength necessary to do what must be done?