Review: Poison Kisses Series by Lisa Renee Jones
A sexy STANDALONE novel featuring Seth from the Dirty Money series! It is not necessary to read the Dirty Money series prior to enjoying this book. POISON KISSES will be released as three novellas in back to back weeks on Feb. 6th, 13th, and 20th!
Elizabeth's 5 Star Review of Poison Kisses Part 1 - Good Reads Link
For Seth Cage, Amanda Larke is Elusive, she slipped away taking his heart and leaving him with the pieces of their failed mission. Only left with her betrayal, Seth made the big mistake... he fell in love with his partner.
Three years later years have passed and no longer an CIA agent they call The Assassin; He is now The Fixer for The Brandon Family Empire. So when the CIA comes calling for him he will have to decide is he wants to be Their Assassin again, they have a gift for him... Her...
***Note - Poison Kisses is part 1 of a 3 part serial. ****
Elizabeth's 5 Star Review of Poison Kisses Part 2 - Good Reads Link
Elizabeth's 5 Star Review of Poison Kisses Part 3 - Good Reads Link
I have waited for Seth's story ever since I read about him in the Dirty Money series. I've wanted to know all about him and how he ticks.
I fell in love with him and I see why Amanda did too. He is sexy, intelligent, charming and a dirty talker. He has been sent to by the CIA to get Amanda so they can work on a mission together then he's been ordered to kill her. There are a lot of unresolved issues and feelings involved and that's where this story ended.... Need book 2 to answer all the questions
Lana's Review of Poison Kisses Part 2 - Good Reads Link - 4.5 Stars
Lana's Review of Poison Kisses Part 3 - Good Reads Link - 4.5 Stars
Heather's 3.5 Star Review- Good Reads Link
Poison Kisses is a spin off from the Dirty Money Series, however you don't need to read it to enjoy Poison Kisses: Part 1. In PK, we meet Seth and Amanda who have a history and are brought back together for a new battle with a madman and The Assassin. This is a short and sexy read with good writing and the potential for a second chance romance...
There were a couple of things that didn't work for me here, one being jumps between present and past. I think that I'd have preferred this series of novella's in a one book because I felt like the end of book was was where I was just starting to connect with the characters.
I'll keep reading to see what happens next...