One man can change everything. That man can touch you and you tremble all over. That man can wake you up and allow you to breathe when life leaves you unable to catch your breath. For me that ONE MAN is Jax North. He's handsome, brutally so, and wealthy, money and power easily at his fingertips. He's dark, and yet, he can make me smile with a single look or word. He's a force when he walks into a room.
Our first encounter is intense, overwhelmingly intense. I go with it. I go with him and how can I not? He's that ONE MAN for me and what a ride it is. But there are things about me that he doesn't know, he can't know, so I say goodbye. Only you don't say goodbye to a man like Jax if he doesn't want you to. I've challenged him without trying. He wants me. I don't want to want him, and yet, I crave him. He tears me down, my resistance, my walls. But those walls protect me. They seal my secrets inside. And I forget that being alone is safe. I forget that there are reasons I can’t be with Jax North. I forget that once he knows, everything will change.
Because I need him.
Because he's my ONE MAN.
One Man is the first book in the dangerously sexy Naked Trilogy by New York Times bestselling author Lisa Renee Jones.
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Great start to a new trilogy!
Loved it! That cliffhanger though! I can’t wait for the next instalment!
This book was missing words ‘I want to branded by this man’ missing be, is one example of many. Writing not great, some confusing sentences that are missing grammar and punctuation. Needs a thorough check by a copy editor. I kept reading in frustration as the writing and grammar was quite poor, though I continued to read the book, hoping it would get better given this author had accolades. The chapter stops don’t really make sense, they just seemed to be thrown in haphazardly. Lots of spelling and editing mistakes. The book has the potential to be brilliant, plenty of intrigue and decent characters but needs to be thoroughly worked on to get to that point. I will not be finishing the series, even though I am so intrigued, as I can’t abide by the poor editing.