Battle Ground, Jim Butcher 
Updated: August 1, 2021
No rape or sexual assault
Rape or sexual assault mentioned in passing (in discussion and/or implied)
Sexual harassment (e.g. verbal or non-consensual touching/grabbing)
Sexual relationship between adult and teenager
Child sexual abuse
Attempted rape
Rape strongly implied/details surrounding a rape discussed in detail (i.e. the events before/after)
Detailed/vivid description of rape


Non spoiler version: character A has sex offscreen with character B who, it is later revealed, was character C in disguise and was specifically seeking to blackmail character A. There is, unrelatedly, a political betrothal in which one party is extremely reluctant. Both of these occurrences are discussed toward the end of the book, with major plot implications. Spoiler version: in the first incident listed, character C has been spiritually possessing character B and deliberately conceived a child with character A. C then revealed themselves and coerced character A into acting on their behalf in order to protect character B and their unborn child. (The political betrothal is unrelated. The reluctant party is Dresden himself, the male perspective character. His relationship with his fiancee is very complicated and the timing is very bad.)

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