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Publisher's Summary

You only thought you knew how this was going to end, but their story is far from over. The explosive finale is bound to leave you breathless. A Sinful Encore is the third and final book in the Brilliance trilogy.

©2020 Julie Patra Publishing (P)2020 Audible, Inc.

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Lovely, but could be better

I really enjoyed listening to this book, although I was a little disappointed in the way the author conducted the plot.. ut the book's narrative is engaging, but as the story progressed, it became evident that some subjects would not be discussed, such as who and why Gio and Aria's father was kidnapped? Who was interested in the violin forum? Why does the secret need to be protected? The author finishes the story, but something was missing for me. The triology is fantastic, but for a book that seemed so promising in the first volume, I think the author got lost in the middle of the

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Eh...

I really wanted to love this story.
It was so drawn out and I found myself wanting to fast forward through parts or just stop listening all together. This series should have been 2 books or just 1. There really wasn't anything special about it in my opinion. I'm highly disappointed and I wish I could get my money back.

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Perfect ending

A Sinful Encore by Lisa Renee Jones
Aria Stradivari and Kace August have finally started to trust one another. Aria's brother, Gio, has come back, and this puts a spanner in the wheels for the trio. Gio does not trust Kace and thinks he is hiding something. But is it a case of those that accuse have more to hide? And what exactly is the connection between Gio and the Blue Owls?
As the walls start to crumble Aria needs to make a decision, one where she tells the world who she is. Will this bring her more harm or will it bring her closer to the truth?
The plot thickens with suspense, the romance sizzles and danger lurks all around them. Will the violin formula ever be solved? When the secrets start to unravel, it seems that the rocker violinist and the Stradivari heiress have more in common than they realized. Ms Jones has given us a wonderful story, full of passion, suspense and overall a very enjoyable story.
Well performed by the narrators

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Finally coming together

Bk 3 was so much better in depth than the first 2 books IMO.
I was irritated with Aria's brother Gio and how we didn't get answers to and who kidnapped her father - is he still alive?

I loved the character tie-in with Chris, Sara, Mark. Crystal, Kayden and Ella. These characters enriched this story -

I loved the history and ancestry spill-over ref the Stradivarius. It was different and not a baseline we see in other novels

Yes I got my HEA, but I felt like I was still owed answers and the series hadn't given me all the answers I craved.

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the trilogy -Ehhh

the series was not bad... however not great and he 3rd book i almost didn’t finish listening because the main character said “but he’s my brother” i found it monotonous and annoying as it was repeated over and over

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Story line was good but ...

The story line is great with the exception of the love scenes. I'm a sticker for a good romance but the love "scenes" in this book didn't feel realistic to the characters and felt added in to make it tantalizing but failed!

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Audio a great re-read. Love Kace and Aria!!

This series may well be my most favorite Lisa Renee Jones series. I was fully invested in the characters and thoroughly enjoyed seeing Chris and Sara, Mark and Crystal, and Kayden and Ella again. And Savage?! Mmmhmm!

The series took on new meaning for me as it encompasses the world of music. There were times I could practically hear Kace playing.

Amazing characters and storyline. This is the final book in the trilogy and I absolutely loved the path it took. Gio and Donnelle and The Blue Owls. So many facets to the story.

I had to slow down at the halfway mark because I didn’t want it to end. And now that it has, I can’t wait for the audio because their story deserves to be read again.

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Exciting, stirring, tumultuous...

Lisa Renee Jones tells an exciting, tearful, enlightening story of many true loves all interwoven. Savannah Peachwood narrates all three of this Brilliance Trilogy excellently. These 3 stories should be read/listened to in order for full meaning and effect.

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Good conclusion to this Suspence/romance

This was the final third of the Stradivarius heiress story. Lots of action though the mystery was predictable and the romance was sweet as well as hot. Only issue was that this really is only part of a book. All 3 sections should be combined and edited to make for a better read and to not be gouged for paying for 3 books rather than 1 or possibly 2. This section had less filler but could do with some additional editing. A good story though. The male voices are gating so a dual narration should be better.

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Great Series

I had a hard time not listening to this wonderful series . She is such a great writer ❤ 💕. Love Marcia