Morgan Danes new client has blood on her handsand no recollection of what happenedas the #1 Amazon Charts bestselling series continues.Haley Powell wakes up covered in blood, with no memory of the night before. When she sees a man lying in the backyard, stabbed to death, she has only one terrified thought: What have I done?Agreeing to take the case as a favor to her PI frien...
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What I've Done Reviews
4.5 stars / B+
What I’ve Done is the fourth book in the author’s series of novels that feature former prosecutor-turned-defence attorney Morgan Dane and the men of Sharp Investigations, Lincoln Sharp and Lance Kruger, her former high school boyfriend, with whom she is again romantically involved. I haven’t read the previous three books, but this one works well as a standalone; there are a few references to prior events, but these are quickly and simply explained and I didn’t feel as though I was ...more
Morgan has never defended someone who had this much evidence proving her guilt, but as a personal favor to Sharp, she and Lance will do their best to find a truth that doesn't send Haley to prison. Each of the books in this series continues to captivate me with the oft times brutal and gritty cases, the twisting plots, the engaging characters and their swirl of complex backstories, and the extra layer of fabulousness the narrator brings to the whole. I think we can safely say I'm addicted and wo ...more
Melinda Leigh’s ‘Morgan Dane’ juggernaut of a series goes on strong with no sign of abating and I for one, am glad for it. With little of the unnecessary (and sometimes over-exggerated) drama as her stalwart, arse-kicking protagonists who go from strength to strength, ‘What I’ve Done’ is another solid offering in which I was happy to get lost.
There’re slight developments in Morgan’s and Lance’s relationship which are always nice to read about, but by and large, they are an established couple, w ...more
Some books are harder to write reviews about. This one falls into that category. I didn't hate, or in anyway dislike it, nor did I love it. It falls into that enjoyable for the moment reads, the ones that won't stay with you much longer than the moment. So while I had a good time reading, the story didn't bring anything new, I've read it all before in many different books, and I'll probably will read some variation of it again in future books.
This book got my attention right from the first page!
A young woman wakes disorientated, naked and covered in blood. Horrified she stumbles down the hall of a strange house and finds a gruesome murder scene in the kitchen. Murky memories leave her wondering if she was a victim, or was it possible she’d committed murder?
Defense lawyer, Morgan Dane has more than enough on her plate right now, including a slight concussion thanks to an ungrateful client, but when friend and P.I Lincoln Sharp asks fo ...more
What I’ve Done is the second in this series, following Bones Don’t Lie, and while I had some issues with that one which kept me from really enjoying it, I can happily report this one didn’t have the same issues. I thoroughly enjoyed spending a lot more time in Morgan’s PoV this time around, figuring out the whodunnit along with her and her business partners, Lance and Sharp.
What I’ve Done begins with a young woman named Haley waking alone in an unfamiliar bed. Realising she may have had too much ...more
Someone from Lincoln’s past needs help when her daughter is accused of murder. Morgan is recovering from a concussion after a client sucker punched her outside court. Morgan takes the case to help Lincoln who has done so much for her. The facts of the case against their client are overwhelming. When they start investigating it appears someone is determined to shut their investigation down, by any means.
This book grabbed me from the first page. There is suspense with plenty of twists and turns i ...more
This is the fourth book in this series, and each one is better than the last.
Morgan Dane is an attorney, widowed, mom of 3 little girls, and caretaker of her grandfather, who raised her. She is highly ethical, focused and dedicated to her family.
Lance Kruger is a private investigator and Morgan’s boyfriend. He is smart, kind, loyal, protective and very good at what he does. He loves Morgan’s family as his own. He watches over his own mom who has mental health issues.
Lincoln Sharp is a retired ...more