Wall Street meets Sons of Anarchy in Hard Rules, the smouldering, scorching first novel in the explosively sexy Dirty Money series from New York Times bestseller Lisa Renee Jones, author of the Inside Out series, which Kirkus Reviews calls: 'Angst-y, sexy contemporary romance with big emotional and financial stakes set against the backdrop of two dynamic families. Sure to leave readers desperate for the next installment'.
How bad do you want it?
The only member of the Brandon empire with a moral compass, Shane Brandon is ready to make his family's business legitimate. His ruthless brother Derek wants to keep Brandon Enterprises cemented in lies, deceit and corruption. But the harder Shane fights to pull the company back into the light, the darker he has to become. Then he meets Emily Stevens, a woman who not only stirs a voracious sexual need in him, but becomes the only thing anchoring him between good and evil.
Emily is consumed by an all-encompassing passion for Shane. She trusts him. He trusts her, but therein lies the danger. Because Emily has a secret - the very thing that brought her to him in the first place - and that secret could destroy them both.
Are you ready to play by the hard rules of the Brandon family empire? Look for the next enthralling novel in the Dirty Money series, Damage Control.
APPLE BOOKS REVIEW
Dark, provocative and sexy, the first book in the Dirty Money series features a bad-boy hero who lives on the edge of the law. When Emily Stevens meets Shane Brandon (of the infamous Brandon crime family) she's only looking for a one-night stand. Instead, she finds herself swept into Shane's world of wealth, power and corruption. Fans of Sylvia Day will love the angst and passion in Lisa Renee Jones' writing. The cliffhanger left us longing for the next installment.
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What a great story it keeps you interested and wanting to know all the secrets just wished it wasn’t a cliff hanger but got the next book as want to see what happens ❤️❤️❤️Oprah 27 .
Only half a book. You have to buy another to finish THIS story, otherwise quite good
A Gnarled Burlesque of its Genre.
Just shuffle through 56 pages of literal garbage to CHAPTER 1 where the book finally starts... Read the very first paragraph; I burst out laughing at the outright burlesque of the genre and deleted.