Review: Bad Deeds – Lisa Renee Jones

Posted 7 August, 2017 by Linda @ (un)Conventional Bookworms in Reviews / 8 Comments

*I received a free copy of Bad Deeds from via Netgalley. This has in no way influenced my voluntary review, which is honest and unbiased *

Warning: This book includes mature content such as: sexual content, and/or drug and/or alcohol use, and/or violence.
Review: Bad Deeds – Lisa Renee JonesBad Deeds Series: Dirty Money #3
on 8 August 2017
Pages: 304
4 Stars

Would you bleed for the one you love?
To save his family empire from the grip of the drug cartel, Shane is pushed to the edge of darkness, forced to make choices he might never make. His father is dying. His brother is desperate to rule the empire and this means war and all gloves are off. His brother only thought he knew what dirty meant. Shane is about to give it new meaning. There is another war brewing though, and that one, is inside him, his battle between right and wrong, light and dark, and in the heat of the night, it is Emily he turns to for escape. Driving her to new limits, pushing her to accept a part of him that even he cannot.
In every one of Shane's seductive demands, Emily can taste and feel, his torment, his struggle to save his family and not lose himself. But he is losing himself, and that is a problem just as dangerous as her secret, that still lurk in the shadows, a threat to the Brandon Family waiting to erupt. No matter where she and Shane have traveled, or will travel in the future, she can't just sit back and watch him become everything he hates, everything he never wanted to become, everything she tried to save him from when she tried to run. It could be their undoing, the end. His end.
This is war, blood will spill, and someone in the heart of the Brandon family will not survive....

Bad Deeds was a fast-paced and exciting read, with a monumental cliff-hanger that left me breathless and incredulous.

Review - (un)Conventional Bookviews


Following straight after the ending of Damage Control, Bad Deeds is faster paced, and because I have gotten to know the characters much better, I was more involved as well. The danger is stronger, as is the rivalry between family members, until something happens to make a change. Emily is put in extreme danger and a situation she could never have seen coming. And the plot continues to thicken.


Shane and Emily are still the main characters, however, the readers get more time with Derek, Seth and Jessica, which makes for a more even story in some ways.

Writing style :

First person present tense, with chapters from Emily’s and Shane’s point of view.

Feels :

The suspense! It was killing me! Bad Deeds made my heart almost beat out of my chest!

Fave Quotes - (un)Conventional Bookviews

You could always sacrifice your queen and let her die a royal death. Would it – would she – be worth it to win?

Don’t go throwing your moral high code on me. And don’t fucking to id to my son or you’ll get him killed.

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Linda @ (un)Conventional Bookworms

About Linda @ (un)Conventional Bookworms

Linda is an English as foreign language teacher and has a Master's degree in English Language and Literature. She's an avid reader, blogger, compulsive one-clicker and a genre omnivore. Ever since she learnt how to read she has been seen with a book or two in her hands everywhere she goes.

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8 responses to “Review: Bad Deeds – Lisa Renee Jones

  1. I’ve seen this author around, but I’ve never read her books. I’m so glad you really enjoyed the second book. I’m not sure I would really enjoy it, but that’s okay. 🙂

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