A Shameless Little Bet

Shameless, Volume 3
Series: Shameless, Book 3
Length: 9 hrs and 17 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (159 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

How do I prove a negative? 

I need to prove Jane is innocent despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary. Mirrors, smoke, and lies can conjure a truth that isn't real. Money, bribes, and power can twist reality. What we call proof is all an elaborate magic act. So is love. 

How do you prove you're in love? How can you know with unrelenting certainty the person you can't live without really loves you? 

It's all about what you believe. Who you believe. And I believe Jane. I love her. But it might be too late. Or, worse - it might all be an illusion. 

If proof is just a magician's sleight of hand, then we're caught in a sick trick. A deadly one. One that doesn't end with applause, but with a bang. 

Listen to the entire Shameless series now! A Shameless Little Con (volume one), A Shameless Little Lie (volume two), A Shameless Little Bet (volume three). The trilogy is complete!

©2018 Meli Raine (P)2018 Meli Raine

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Great series following the harmless trilogy

Love the intrigue and how the characters all intertwined in the final conclusion
Will look forward to listening to Lily’s story

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Shameless little Bet Bk 3

This is the 3 book in the Shameless Trilogy narrated by Virginia rose and Aaron Shedlock, who do an amazing job at making you feel like you're witnessing the severity of events as they unravel.

While Silas continues to tell everyone else he thinks Jane is innocent, he doesn't tell her his opinion. People can be bought off, and if power is involved, the stakes can be more deadly. Jane has lost all the people she hold dear in her life, and with all the attempts on her life, finds it hard to trust. Silas wants to be more to Jane but is tortured by his own past.

This was a very interesting ending to the Shameless series and made me ready for False Series immediately!

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Great finale

I was very pleased with the series and how each book gave a little more and the last book tied it all up.

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Woah!!

Man.... how many times can a person almost die in a trilogy? I seriously don't understand how Jane was able to pull through all the many attempts on her life. This end to the trilogy is OTT but so entertaining. That ending has me ready to jump right into Lily's trilogy

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Good plot

The concept and intrigue are well done however, Jane is an idiot. Maybe with a different narrator the character would've made more sense. There is a difference between being strong and being absurd to make your point.