End Game by Lisa Renee Jones
A Dirty Money Novel

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The main plot is resolved, but in an afterward, Jones hints at future books revolving around the lives of minor characters. A satisfying conclusion elevates a dramatic, sexy, but uneven series.
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How deep can you love?

Passion and danger collide in the explosive finale to Emily and Shane's story.

After tragedy strikes, Shane hovers on the edge of being consumed by darkness. He will fight for the woman he loves. He will destroy his enemy. He will not back down. As shocking twists, dark secrets, and explosive betrayals within the Brandon family come to the light, Shane must fight harder than ever before.

Every thread weaves a dangerous web. Emily and Derek. Brandon Senior. Maggie and her affair. The leader of the dangerous cartel who’s wedged itself inside the Brandon Empire. It all comes to a head in the shattering conclusion to the Dirty Money series.

 

About Lisa Renee Jones

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Award winning author Lisa Renee Jones has published more than fifteen novels in several different languages, spanning multiple genres of romance: contemporary, romantic suspense, dark paranormal, and erotic fiction. Her awards include first place in the Romantic Times Aspiring Writers Contest. She currently lives in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
 
Published January 2, 2018 by St. Martin's Griffin. 266 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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on Nov 28 2017

The main plot is resolved, but in an afterward, Jones hints at future books revolving around the lives of minor characters. A satisfying conclusion elevates a dramatic, sexy, but uneven series.

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