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This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by Lisa Renee Jones
Released: February 18, 2013
Series: Inside Out #1.2
Published by Simon and Schuster
“Overall, this novella is a quick and sexy read but will it leave you breathless for more.” ~Under the Covers
The Contract is the Second part to Rebecca’s Journals of the Inside Out Novellas. In this installment, you see Rebecca continue her journey to becoming a Submissive. In this diary format, she jots down her feelings as she explores the contract that was offered to her. But it’s still a mystery of who her “master” is. There are a few clues that make you think who it is but I’m not quite sure it’s someone we’ve met but possibly someone in If I Were you. I know one thing; I
would hate it if her master is Chris Merit.
You also get a glimpse of Rebecca move up in her new career at the gallery. She also talks about her nightmare that really intrigues me. I think there’s just more to these dreams than meets the eye. There are three journals left to this series and I can’t wait to get more clues to Rebecca’s life.
Overall, this novella is a quick and sexy read but will leave you breathless for more. I do recommend reading If I Were You (Inside Out Trilogy, #1) and Rebecca’s Lost Journals, Volume 1: The Seduction. It will just give you a better understanding Rebecca. Just remember, every time one of these novellas comes out, we’re closer to the release of Being Me (Inside Out Trilogy #2).
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