Review: Renegade Passion by Lisa Renee Jones

Renegade PassionThis is a quick read, yet Lisa does a wonderful job of giving just enough details of the characters that it doesn’t feel the story is in fact short.

Sonia always has dreams. Her dreams are more like visions of events about to occur. She thinks there is something wrong with her, and for a while she sees a therapist who puts her on some meds. Her dreams only get worst when she thinks her love of her life is dead. A couple of years go by, she stays on meds for a while but finally gives up. She admits to herself there is nothing wrong with her, so she goes about her life, until the women in her visions start to disappear. Then, she starts to befriend the women in an effort to save them from whatever bad thing is about to happen to them.

Kel still loves Sonia. If it hadn’t been because of the darn experiment he’d be with her now, but instead he faked his own death to save her life. The last thing he expects is to see her again, but she’s in trouble and he now needs to save her life for the second time. Explaining how is it that he’s not dead is not an easy task, but asking her to forgive him for such a lie proves even harder.

Oh goodness! This is a short read, and it really is a prelude to the series. I loved all of the characters in this short installment. My complaint is, why is this so darn short???!!! I wanted more… hey, I guess I will have to get all the books in these series because if they’re anything like this short read, then they’ll be awesome.