The second book in the Naked trilogy...
Emma and Jax came together in the midst of secrets and lies, but in a castle in Maine, they seek passion and sanctuary. What they find is a mystery that could stretch beyond all their expectations. And what Emma finds is danger.
One Woman begins where One Man ended, with Emma one step from death and Jax the only man who can save her.
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Another Amazing Story!
One Woman can only be described with one word that is...Amazing, Thrilling, Gripping, and Mysterious. Ok maybe it's more than word but all of them are a perfect description for this book. You start reading it and you want to know more, and then the next thing you know its over and you are sad because there is still so much to the story that I have to know!
Can't wait for the next book!
Lisa Rene Jones has hit it out of the park again!
(No more cliffhangers ha ha ha!)
Can’t wait for more!
This book starts where book one left off. This book is another example why Lisa Renee Jones is one of my favorite authors. I don’t know how she does it, but I love the way she weaves the story with suspense and mystery and twist and turns along the way. It was so hard to put this book down once I started it, but life gets in the way. I can’t wait to see how this trilogy ends.
This is another great trilogy by Lisa, and one that will consume all of your thoughts. I am so in love with books that take on a bit of a 'Romeo & Juliet' theme to them. This was added nicely with out being too overwhelming.
Emma was amazing, and her strength is one of the things I love most about her. Jax was everything you want in your hero, and his determination was heart-stopping. These two together were electric on the pages, and their chemistry was hot. The suspense added so much intensity that it made these two almost scandalous.
I can not wait til we get the last book in this trilogy. Lisa has another hit on her hands here. The only reason for my 4 stars instead of 5, was that I would have liked a bit more action to the story. There was enough emotional conflict that kept me flipping the pages, but I just needed that little bit more to be able to give it 5 stars. There are surprise character cameos, and plenty more characters to fall in love with. Bravo!