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: February 2nd 2015
Series: Inside Out #6
Published by Gallery Books
“Congrats to Ms. Jones to a fabulous series. ” ~ Under the Covers
Finally, an overdue and well deserved happy-ever-after for Chris and Sara. They have gone through a whirlwind of drama, danger, excitement and whole lot of emotional roller coaster, but this ending makes it all worth it. Lisa Renee Jones did a magnificent job giving Chris and Sara what they have been dreaming of…to be together without any reservations.
It’s a bittersweet ending for me. Not just with he story but the series. I have followed Chris and Sara from the very beginning, and they are the one’s I have fallen deep in love with. I’m happy that they finally sealed the deal but sad that their story is ending.
Be still my beating heart. There still may be a chance to see more of them. I’m hoping there will be plenty of glimpses of them in Ms. Jones upcoming novels.
I am very excited to get Ella’s POV and her story. After all, she is the very reason Sara’s adventure had started. I am also betting on more books about Mark and Crystal since there are still plenty unresolved issues between them.
Congrats to Ms. Jones to a fabulous series.
*ARC provided by publisher
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