Series: Inside Out #2.5
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, Novella
Published by Pocket Star on August 12th 2013
Also in this series: Rebecca’s Lost Journals, Volume 1: The Seduction
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Book Links: Goodreads
I told him goodbye, and I will not call him. I know if I do, it will be my undoing, and I'll once again be caught up in his spell. I will once again be...lost.
In her private journals, Rebecca laid bare her soul, revealing her obsession for the one man whose erotic demands captivated her imagination--and enslaved her forever. Now, with Rebecca no longer in his life he is lost, questioning everything he thought he knew about himself and about control he holds in such high regard. One women will reach out to heal him and then turn away, leaving him haunted. She is nothing he thought he wanted and somehow everything he needs. He tells himself to forget her but he cannot escape his desire for her. He has to have more...
*** The Master Undone is a part of the Inside Out trilogy, and is told from his POV. ***
What. The Hell. Was That?!
Oh. My. God!
I simultaneously love and hate Lisa Renee Jones.
I have been reading this series (novels and novellas) from the beginning. I love them. And this novella has been no different than the others in the facts that it is sexy, smart, engaging and ends on a cliff hanger that makes you want to hurl your eReader at the author’s head and demand more.
If you’ve read the other books, you know that Mark Compton is a very complex man. As far as we can tell, he’s not “fifty shades of fucked up” but he IS a very dominant man who wants what he wants, how he wants it and preferably now. This novella takes place in the timeline after the finish of Being Me, the second book in the Inside Out Trilogy. He has just found out devastating news about his previous submissive/lover, Rebecca.
He is also facing going to NYC to visit his mother, the only person he can’t say no to, and being with her and his father as she faces major surgery. It’s scary and frustrating for him being out of control.
The woman who comes to pick him up at the airport intrigues him when he doesn’t want to be intrigued. And she is definitely not Rebecca.
This novella was packed full of sexual tension with one explicit sex scene that I’m certain scalded my fingers as I read it, and then ended abruptly, leaving me quite literally gaping at the screen and trying to scroll for more pages but nothing showed up.
Again, I simultaneously love and hate Lisa Renee Jones right now.
Well played, Ms Jones. Well played.