The Empire - Lisa Renee Jones

The Empire

By Lisa Renee Jones

  • Release Date: 2019-03-12
  • Genre: Contemporary
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Harper and Eric are now faced with trust issues. Can they survive their enemies and find a path to love and forever?

The third and final book in the Filthy Trilogy. 

Book one: The Bastard
Book Two: The Princess


  • Terrific reading!

    By JulieD2
    A mind blowing conclusion to an awesome series. The love that Eric and Harper have for each other is strong enough to sustain the mysteries and intrigue that were abound, there seems to be many against their union but their trust and love was unbreakable. The stories in the series continued on flawlessly, making the understanding of the plot line flow correctly and with no interruptions the excitement and thrills hold the attention making story very addictive. It was a very satisfying conclusion, no loose ends, guilty parties were caught with explanations and a nice little ending. Once again Ms. Lisa Renee Jones delivers a terrific series from the scary world of business, the wheeling and dealing and the back stabbing, and being family seems to make no odds. The story was exciting and intriguing, with characters that were thrilling and completely motivated to solve the mystery, I loved it! I highly recommend this book!
  • hypnotic and intriguing

    By Sandy Sch
    THE EMPIRE is the third instalment in Lisa Renee Jones’ contemporary, adult THE FILTHY erotic, romantic suspense trilogy focusing on billionaire/Navy SEAL and second in command to Grayson Bennett, Eric Mitchell, and heiress Harper Evans. Eric was first introduced in the author’s DIRTY RICH BETRAYAL (Dirty Rich #4) but you do not have to have read the previous series to understand or follow the story. As per most of Lisa’s series, there is a cross-over with inclusion of some of the characters from the author’s Walker Security series including Blake Walker, Savage, Adam and Smith. THE EMPIRE should not be read as a stand alone as it picks up immediately following the events of book one THE PRINCESS. NOTE: If you have not read the previous instalments, there may be some spoilers in my review. SOME BACKGROUND: Six years earlier, Eric Mitchell, the bastard son of Kingston Motors CEO Jeff Kingston met his father’s new step-daughter Harper Evans, a woman Eric dubbed The Princess, but a woman that stirred something deep within our story line hero. A one-night stand followed by the realization of who and what Harper Evans represented further pushed Eric away from his birth right, as the spare to the heir of Kingston Motors. Fast forward to present day wherein Harper and Eric, now in a relationship with one another, find themselves a target of an unknown assailant hoping to end them both. Told from dual first person perspectives (Eric Mitchell and Harper Evans) THE EMPIRE picks up immediately after the cliff hanger of book two THE PRINCESS wherein Eric and Harper receive some unsettling news about Eric’s father, a man who is no longer able to defend himself. Hoping to protect themselves from further exposure, Eric and Harper surround themselves with Walker Security as they continue to investigate those closest to our leading couple. But Eric has kept secret his earlier attempts to destroy the family, and Harper knows much more about Eric’s past than she was willing to reveal. The relationship between Eric and Harper is erotic and flirtatious, passionate and seductive. Eric’s need for Harper is fuelled by his fear of losing the woman with whom he was falling in love. The $ex scenes are intimate, captivating and intense. The world building continues to focus on the fractured family dynamics of the Kingston/Mitchell/Evans family, a family connected by blood, marriage, secrets and lies. THE EMPIRE is a story of betrayal, power, romance and love. The premise is hypnotic, intriguing and suspenseful; the romance is provocative; the characters are larger than life, colorful and dramatic.