⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Leaves you wanting more

One Man (Naked Trilogy, #1)

Not your average romance, One Man is sexy, mysterious, and intense. From the very first page, this story is filled with secrets, leaving the reader wondering about characters’ motivations and intentions. Paired with Lisa Renee Jones’ fantastic writing style, and it’s easy to get lost in the story. I was definitely intrigued by Jax and Emma, and left wanting more when the book ended on a CLIFFHANGER. Though there’s plenty to this story, there are definitely questions left unanswered when the book ends.

The story follows Jax, a man who has felt a lot of loss recently. Following the death of his father and brother, he is seeking revenge against those he believes are responsible – and is willing to use Emma as a tool to accomplish that goal. What he doesn’t expect is to be so drawn to a woman who should be his enemy. From the moment they meet, there is an intense connection that remains unwavering even as family drama unravels. Emma has been used in the past, and she knows with certainty that she cannot trust Jax, but that doesn’t stop her from being drawn to him.

The writing is really great – making the reader question things but leaving little breadcrumbs along the way. I loved the chemistry between Jax and Emma (though considering this is a trilogy, I would’ve also loved a little more buildup between them). The sexy times commence pretty quickly, but they are written so well – every action moves the relationship forward, and made it that much easier to fall for Jax. He’s a dominant man who knows where the line is, and his caring for Emma is one of the best parts of the story. Once you read this book, I find it unlikely that you’ll be able to resist continuing with the series, so keep that in mind while reading. I received a free copy via NetGalley but went ahead and purchased it for my collection as well. I am voluntarily leaving a review of this sexy and mysterious book.

One Man by Lisa Renee Jones. My rating: 4 of 5 stars

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