Monday, February 27, 2017

[Review] Damage Control, by: Lisa Renee Jones

Dirty Money #2


by: Lisa Renee Jones
Published Date: February 21st, 2017
Read Date: February 26-27, 2017
Format: Kindle Edition
Pages: 304

Wall Street meets the Sons of Anarchy in Damage Control, the smoldering, scorching next novel in the explosively sexy Dirty Money series from New York Times bestselling author Lisa Renee Jones.

The only thing more dangerous than a dark secret is a damaged heart…

Shane Brandon has been pushed to the brink, torn between his corrupt family and his explosive, all-consuming desire for Emily Stevens, who he now knows is not who, and what, she seems. Has he trusted the wrong person? Will she, not his brother Derek, be the ultimate destruction of his family Empire.
Emily tries to run from Shane, but he will stop her, confront her, force her to reveal all – one hot touch and kiss, at a time, under every intimate detail of who this woman is, and what she wants, is exposed. But as he tears away the dangers of the unknowns with the woman in his bed, and in his heart, The Martina Cartel, has set their sites on his company, his family, and the one piece of leverage they believe he won’t gamble with: Emily.


When I noticed this book was out, I couldn't wait much to read it. Last book left me wanting more and this one was not an exception. DAMN IT ALL. I need more of their story. I need to know more of how everything is going to be solved. I just need MORE, thank you very much.

I loved this book from beginning to end, I swear. But it was kind of short for me. Everything happened so fast and when I noticed, the book was done. I got lost at some points, but the narrator told me what I need to know later on and better explained. Its gonna be a long wait for the next book, of that I am sure.

The book continues just right after the last line of the first book. No more lies. And those lines stir so many shit inside Emily's head that it's a little hard to keep up. Shane feels betrayed once more thanks to her "lies", but he has to understand that is not actually her fault. Everything clicks to well after some more chapters that I am beyond impressed of how everything ended. Other than the relationship between Emily and Shane, the book spins around the Brandon family war, the Cartel and now the new piece of the puzzle, the Geminis. Everything got so complicated that I am doubting if something good will remain at the end.

The story goes from a peak to an even higher peak. It doesn't go down and it quickly escalate. I love all of it. My piece is... I WANTED MORE. Dammit, I still wonder why I read series that doesn't have an end yet. My fault though, so I have to deal with it. Anyways, the book is a good step for the series, which I fully recommend.



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