The fourth in the Inside Out erotic romance series by New York Times best-selling author Lisa Renee Jones, this steamy audiobook resolves Chris and Sara's relationship and leads into Mark's story.
"Chris and I have faced our demons and bared our souls to each other in Paris. Now that we are back home in San Francisco, I want to believe that nothing can tear us apart. Not Ava's accusations against me to the police, or Chris's fear that he will destroy me as he feels he did Amber. And not Mark, who was once too intimately a part of our lives, and who I can see crumbling inside out. He believes he is invincible, just as I want to believe Chris and I are invincible. We have to be invincible. We need each other too much for any other ending."
©2014 Lisa Renee Jones (P)2014 Simon & Schuster, Inc.
I love contemporary romance novels!
Yes of course because I love Grace Grant as a narrator and I have read most of her narrated books.
When Mark hit on Sara and tried to sleep with her (I m being polite) and Chris overheard him. Chris didn't lose his cool and he did not go all possessive on Marks a$s. It showed maturity and depth at how close Sara and Chris have come in their relationship. I also liked how despite Chris and Marks differences, Chris still stepped up and tried to help Mark. Again it showed depth into the maturity of Chris's confidence in himself as well as his respect for Mark and his struggles with his loss of Rebecca.
As I mentioned I love Grace Grant. I think I may gave listened to Jason before but I think I prefer Grace on this one.
Yes definitely, it kept me on the edge of my seat and guessing what will happen next?
I actually feel like I am still guessing, so I hope that means the story continues into another book. Because it didn't end at a point that I am happy with.
In No In Between you will see the relationship grow stronger than ever. Chris and Sara know what they want and will fight for their LOVE. I love that they understand each others demons and understand that this is who they are and they must fight together to for their innocence, love and each other.
In No In Between my favorite character is Sara. She has become stronger and bolder. We see her making choices and watching her overcome some of her fears.
This book made me laugh out loud but it also made me cry out loud.
This is one of my favorite books and I thought I could have one. It brought me excitement, joy, sadness, and most of all the wonderful ness of LOVE !
Say something about yourself!
It's ranks the same. Audio of course is convenient. You are able to listen to it while on the go; at work or performing other tasks.
I enjoy all of them. Each one has their own story. In part,No In Between has brought together the circumstantial fragments to the unsolved mysteries and everything in between amongst the characters. This is not about one character, but about all the characters that create and bring to existence this story. How, when, what, where and why? All the characters intertwine and are all involved in one way or another. The author has magnificently continued to write this particular series. Since the beginning with the first book.The author take us back to a scene which occurred with Chris and Sara in the first book; If I Were You :
Like the first night I came here, I have an inescapable sense that once I pass through the door, I’ll never be the same again. Life will never be the same. I realize Chris isn’t touching me anymore. He wasn’t touching me that night, either. It’s as if he feels I have to make the decision to move forward on my own, and some part of me knows why. He needs to know now that home with him is still home to me. It reminds me of why we connect, why we are those missing pieces of a puzzle that have found a perfect fit. No matter how perfect his being imperfect makes him to me, he will never see himself as I do. He will never feel he is not flawed. He will always need me to be his eyes, and he is mine. I walk into the apartment, the glossy, light wood beneath my feet. Our suitcases are already sitting by the entryway , brought up from the service entrance. Intentionally repeating what I’d done during that first visit here, feeling that’s what he wants, I travel down the steps to the sunken living room. I drop my purse on top of the coffee table as I pass and keep going until I stand in front of the floor-to-ceiling window. Flatten/ing my hands on the glass, watching the orange glow of the sun fade into the water, I see the stars begin to illuminate a city as shrouded in secrets as Chris and I once were. But now our blank canvas is inked with colors, not fears, and love has blossomed where there was once only passion. Music begins to play and I smile when I hear “ Broken” by Lifehouse , amazed that Chris would actually remember the song he’d played that first night we were together. I’m falling apart, the lyrics say. I’m barely breathing. I’m not falling apart, but as Chris steps behind me, his heat radiating through me, I am definitely barely breathing. He caresses my coat off my shoulders, and this replay of the past sends an erotic thrill down my spine. As his hands fall away from me my lashes lower, my breath hitching as I anticipate his touch, waiting, wanting, until finally his hands settle possessively on my waist. He leans into me, and the feel of the thick ridge of his erection against my backside is impossibly arousing. A delicate, enticing brush of his fingers sweeping hair from my neck follows and rolls over me like a warm sun expanding through a newly open blind. “Put your hands on the glass above you,” he orders softly. The command thrills me, and the temptation to do as he bids, to relive our first night together, is a powerful one. Yet I have the unnerving sensation of also reliving the uncertainty I’d thought we were beyond. I don’t understand this feeling, and I don’t like it."
"But he still is, and that’s the real problem. We still have that damn whip trying to split us apart."
"I don’t know where he begins and where I end, but maybe that’s the glory of who we’ve become. We begin and end together. We’re a puzzle that fits perfectly together, where we fit nowhere else. And right now we’re seeking peace in the only place we know to look— each other."
“A dragon,” I whisper. “To represent the strength you are to me.”
The author shows the personal growth and maturity on different levels through each of the characters. Elaborate diversification with each of there relationships not only the main characters; also secondary characters. The journey through all the wretched trials, doubt, insecurities;battling their personal demons.
A suspenseful romance that takes you into a world which does exist. Tremendous story line.You have outdone yourself once again Lisa Renee Jones. ;)
Grace Grant captures each character and brings them to life. It's as if you are actually reading the book. So if you may, please do not change narrators. Jason Carpenter provides a superb and extreme performance.
Yes, I always do.
Lisa Renee Jones has a playlist for her novels, which is on YouTube. If I had to sum it up for this novel, this is my opinion with all due respect; I included:
All that I'm Asking For by LifeHouse
Everything (Live in studio) by Lifehouse
This one in particular just brings it all together for all the characters.
All business but contemporary fun!
I might try another book from this author if the reviews come in right. I absolutely adore this series but this book was such a disappointment in that it added nothing to Chris and Sarah's story but rather it added a few more characters that were involved in Rebecca's disappearance. It truly did not give you anything at all! It only opened the door for yet another book. Its quite disappointing. Please focus on the content vs. rushing to publish a sequel, whatever the cost.
I absolutely loved it! Definitely one of my favorites!
I enjoyed the development of the characters and relationship to each other. The mystery is definitely intriguing
I LOVE Grace Grant! She is Sara!
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