Endings are bittersweet. But one thing I do love: authors leaving loose ends in order to do a spin-off series. Unfortunately for me and you, this particular mini-novel is the ending to the Inside Out series.
In the sizzling conclusion to Lisa Renee Jones’s bestselling Inside Out series, Chris and Sara finally embark on the road to marriage—but will the threats from their pasts steal their joy?
Sara and Chris have fled to Paris to escape the aggressive reporters covering an explosive scandal. But a long-time heartache from Chris’s past awaits him there, and he finally allows Sara in fully as he shares his darkest secrets with her. Seeking peace, they spend some time at his chateau in the countryside, planning their Valentine’s Day wedding, then return to Paris for a magical Christmas. And when they finally head home to San Francisco, other broken connections from their lives are made whole again. Healing finally seems within reach…until a surprise visitor right before the wedding throws Sara into turmoil. Will they ever be totally free of their pasts?
Sara and Chris are one of my favorite book couples. They’ve been through one storm after another and become stronger after each one. What I love about this is that it ended mostly happily.
Let me explain. We finally know what happened to Rebecca, there are two engagements, and we find out what happens to Mark’s mother, but we still have no word on Ella. Oh, I forgot to mention a wedding… “Whom’s?” you may be asking, well you’re just going to have to read it.
What I really, truly enjoy about LRJ’s work is how eloquent her words are. Add to that the mysteries that lead to certain relationships. Well there’s just so much intrigue, I honestly find it the most entertaining thing in the world.
Oh I keep forgetting bits and pieces. I forgot that someone’s father makes an appearance. While roses were a huge part of Mark’s relationship with Rebecca, they also hold a special meaning to Chris.
Earlier I said this was a mini-novel. And it is. It isn’t long enough to be a full novel, but it’s long enough where it doesn’t classify as a novella. So really, that’s a plus because it’s a quick read.
I hope you enjoy or did enjoy this novel and the series. This story will forever be in my heart right next to all my favorite series
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