I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review.
This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by Lisa Renee Jones
Released: August 12, 2013
Series: Inside Out #2.5
Published by Pocket Star
“…Ms. Jones managed to again, capture my attention and again, managed to leave me with my jaw dropped to the floor with a teaser ending. ” ~ Under the Covers
Ms. Jones fans’ have been asking and waiting for this novella to come out. Though it was too damn short for my liking, Ms. Jones managed to again, capture my attention and again, managed to leave me with my jaw dropped to the floor with a teaser ending.
We knew, Mark Compton was going to get his own novella, and was it everything I expected? Yes! Mark is as hot as we have seen him from the previous books. However, this book differs as we get his darkest thoughts via his POV. He recently had a loss and he feels guilty about it.
Along with that guilt, he just found out that his mom has cancer, poor guy. We really get know him as all his feelings are laid out for us to see. But this book is not about his loss but it’s about Mark finally finding someone who will meet his needs, someone to challenge him if you will. I find it funny that Ms. Jones pairs him up with someone so much like him.
They both have very strong persona, aggressive and very controlling. Unfortunately, their story does not end here. There was a bit of a cliff hanger at the end. I found myself swiping the screen of my ereader(several times) making sure that ending was not a mistake. Alas, it was not. But the good thing is Revealing Us will be out in just a few weeks. Not only that we get more of Mark, but we will definitely get more of Chris and Sara.
*ARC provided by publisher
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