This is the next book in the Inside Out series. So much happens from here till the end of the series. So let’s begin.
New York Times bestselling author Lisa Renee Jones takes readers on the ultimate journey of a sensual discovery in Revealing Us, the unforgettable climax of the trilogy.
You’ve discovered Rebecca’s secrets. You’ve discovered Sara’s secrets. Now Sara will discover “his” deepest, darkest secrets…but will those secrets bind them together—or tear them apart?
He has become her life, her heart, her very soul. But he is dark and damaged, and his secrets are many. Sara will risk everything for him. He, in turn, will dare to expose his deepest needs, his most erotic desires. And in the fury of passion he will reveal all that torments him, all that he can never escape. To love him, Sara must embrace the darkest part of him, and become his shelter in a storm that will be his ultimate salvation.
This picks up mere moments from where Being Me ended. And something huge was revealed in that ending. Yes, what happened to Rebecca has finally been revealed.
So before things could settle down, Chris whisks Sara off to Paris. Thing only seem to go from bad to worse with everything happening. As to what is happening, the list is below.
- Sara being accused of murder
- Ella being involved with the French mob
- Amber and Tristan.
And if you want more, well it looks like you’re going to have to read the book.
Along with being in Paris, Chris and Sara are learning to handle his past. His parents death, what happened to Amber’s parents, Dylan’s death. And most of all, the one thing that Chris has needed since the incident that left Amber an orphan.
I felt that this novel had more action in it that the previous novel in the series. Things moved at a faster pace. That, and we met new characters, which is always fun. And Sara is being more proactive in her search for Ella. She has a lot of character development in by the end of this book.
And the cliffhanger…. less exciting than an issued ultimatum, but it is still such a beautiful ending. Almost like the ending to the Bloodlines series by Richelle Mead, but not really because, we do get to see a wedding in this series. (This is where I apologize for the spoiler, but I’m not going to.)
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