The stunning conclusion to Mark and Crystal’s relationship in the passionate, all-consuming Inside Out series by New York Times best-selling author Lisa Renee Jones.
Being that person, that man, is how I define myself, how I allow the rest of the world to define me as well. And now, with a terrible loss shredding me inside out and someone trying to destroy my family to punish me, control is more important than ever. It is everything. It is what I need. It is all I need. Or maybe I just need.... her.
©2014 Lisa Renee Jones (P)2014 Simon & Schuster
I love Grace Grant and Sebastian York together. They really bring Mark and Crystal to life.
It is one that I would listen to again and again.
The Inside Out is an awesome series.
Being that person, that man is how I define myself, how I allow the rest of the world to define me as well. And now, with a terrible loss shredding me inside out and someone trying to destroy my family to punish me, control is more important than ever. It is everything. It is what I need. It is all I need. Or maybe I just need...her.
"Two birds of the same feather."
Mark and Crystal's story, there journey...Mark needs to face his inner turmoil and personal demons head on and with Crystal by his side will he accomplish it? We finally discover the truth behind what has been tormenting Mark all these years. One devastating tragic event changes his life. He lost Rebecca when he finally began to come to terms with himself that he could feel and love again. He blames himself for Rebecca's death.
The facade he hides behind and the need to be The Master...The person always in control.
We finally have Mark & Crystal's story.
All of the characters.
Erotic, romantic, suspenseful captivating storyline. Once again Author Lisa Renee Jones does not fail us. Extremely well written. Excellent character development throughout the story *Awesome series!!!!!
This was a good book with a touch of murder mystery drama on the side. I thought it was well written and the narrators did an excellent job. While the story lost a little flavor and fell a little flat for me at the very end I would still recommend it and is worth the credit/$.
This is a great story from start to finish!! I've enjoyed the entire series. Praise for the author and the narrators!! Top notch all the way around!!
This has to be one of the best book series I have read. It will keep you in suspense. Finally Mark has found his love of his life. Its great to see the change that he has made. Lisa Renee Jones is a fantastic writer.
Thank you for this story! I love your books, had my intrigue and dislike for Mark until I felt sorry for him, now I absolutely love him! I think I'll go get Rebecca's journal... now I'm curious.
I dream about you wide awake in my arms It’s the last time I sleep alone dreaming of you in my arms I’ll kiss you every day & every night
I keep falling for Mark!
We finally learn so much more about him and why he is the way he is. Loved this part of the book.
But we get him out of himself behaving so much differently and with Crystal,
someone I don’t want to like… Yeah I don’t like Miss Smith! So it was a bit difficult to me…
The characters, Crystal and Rebecca seemed much alike. And I missed Chris and Sara, a lot.
I had hoped this book was going a different direction, it was so long, but no. Crazy huh?
Mark left the Master in San Francisco, along with Allure and the club.
What hurts the most is that he left Rebecca too with this HEA nonsense at the end. His way of heeling…
Although I’m not liking where the story goes, it ‘s well written as always
and I’m curious for the next, but not that excited!
My turnabout love for Mark. Prior to this book, he was not my favorite character. I see him as a shallow and vain man hiding behind BDSM just to have sex with random women. Especally using his club for that purpose. He was also always trying to get Sara to have sex with him. He wanted to break her relationship with Chris. The fact that he indirectly caused the death of Rebecca was also another factor. In this book though, I feel Mark. I ended up liking him.
'Untitled' by Jackie Chanel.
When he went to the baseball practice with his dad.
When he told the story of what happened to his college girlfriend.
Other than the ending I loved this story. LRJ did a superb job telling Mark and Crystal's story without deviating from the character's personalities in the previous books.
I did not care for the ending however. It seemed rushed, inconsistent, incomplete and anti-climatic. It would have been nice if the book was a little longer so that the ending could be told with more detail. I do not like it when authors write a lot of buildup and then end a storyline in a sentence or two. The handling of Ava and company was very disappointing.
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