Shameless (White Lies Duet #2)
By: Lisa Renee Jones
Rating: 4 stars
Synopsis: The second and final book in the sexy and tantalizing White Lies Duet from New York Times Bestselling Author Lisa Renee Jones.
Nick “Tiger” Rogers, sought out Faith Winter with revenge as his agenda. He made her his obsession. He seduced her. He made her want him. He made here trust him. And then he trusted her. He wanted her. He loved her.
But now, the lies will be exposed, the truth revealed.
Hearts will be broken. Lives shattered.
The truth. The passion.
The SHAMELESS obsession.
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LRJ is an author I have followed for years because her writing pulls me in and leaves me guessing and wondering who in the crap did what and where will all of the suspense lead us. I love a good mystery and she gives us that with a whole heaping of sexual tension mixed in.
“I’m going to do things to you that you won’t forget for the rest of the day. And that is a promise.”
I fell in love with these characters in Provocative (Tiger in LRJ’s previous series) so it was easy to reconnect with them in Shameless. They instantly felt as if I were seeing old friends again for the first time in a while. Nick has also been an intriguing soul. He’s domineering yet so gentle when he wants to be, and I think that’s what I love most about him. When he loves, he loves hard and you can’t help but swoon over that. Faith is a mixture of determination and vulnerability and it suited her charcter well. She’s very self-analytical and I don’t think we really see that a lot in books…most heroines are naive to a certain degree, but Faith goes into things with her eyes wide open, but she isn’t jaded.
The storyline was well thought out, but I did find that some spots felt repetative in nature, but it didn’t diminish the plot in general for me. The build up was great in LRJ fashion, but the ending felt a little rushed; I needed/wanted more out of the conclusion.
Overall, I loved this book. The mystery surrounding the plot and the erotic nature of the characters combined with their intensity for each other made this a solid 4-star read for me!