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We resume right where we left off in the last book which means that terrible cliff hanger was resolved. THANK GOODNESS! We see a lot of plot movement in book two and development between characters. Most of the narrative actually revolves around revealing more about Chris and Sara in the best of ways. We knew Sara had something from her past haunting her and that is revealed in this book same goes for Chris. Which was essential for me to feel satisfied. Also you aren't left on such a big cliffhanger this time instead the ending is a major payoff to someone who is invested in this story.
The things I loved about this book are numerous so I'm going to try and keep it short. Obviously the huge character development stuff that happens between Chris and Sara was amazing. I also died laughing during some portions of the book including a gummi bear joke which put the biggest grin on my face. Another thing is I liked that this book took some of the focus off Rebecca and instead on development of the characters. Including characters that I think deserve more attention like Mark Compton. One reveal at the end left me with my mouth hanging open because I honestly did not expect it at all. Keeping me on my toes when reading this series is a huge plus.
Dislikes? I really dislike how finicky Sara can be as a character. I also don't get why she hide her secret so much I'm not sure I would have done the same in her shoes is all. I find some of the situations she gets into a little contrived but overall they end up adding to the story so I guess it's okay in the end.
Overall I have a hard time really knocking off anything for my dislikes in this book becuase I just love this series. Lisa Renee Jones really knows how to write a good series that keeps you wanting more and that is not an easy thing to do. 5/5 stars for me and I highly recommend it if you enjoyed the first book.
Let me start off by saying this I thought that If I Were You was a great book, Being Me was AMAZING! The story takes you more into the depth of the lives of the characters in the story. You watch as Sara begins to make a life for herself and really find who is she. Unlike with Rebecca and the journal entries in which she seems to lose more of herself as time goes by, Sara seems to be discovering who she is. I really went back and forth with my feelings towards both Chris and Mark. With Chris it was like one minute I loved him and the next I hated him but as you learn more about the demons of his past you begin to discover why he is the way that he is which leaves me wondering if he will ever be able to open himself up completely to Sara or if he will always keep the darker portion of himself hidden from the world. I loved Mark in this book I felt like I got to see some of his softer side he wasn't so much of the dominant male he was in the first book. Don't get me wrong he's all alpha male but there were moments when it was like he was a different person, which made me wonder throughout the book if he really had it in him to be "master" as it's so much implied. Which leads me back to the who is "master"? The other question I have is what role does Ava play in all of this. She seems to be a lot more hostile in this book and left me wondering if she had something to do with Rebecca's disappearance.
I really loved reading more about Chris and Sara in this book and what this book shows is that sometimes it's not the demons of your lover's past that you much work through sometimes it's the demons from your own past that will push your relationship to it's ultimate breaking point, it's not just what secrets Chris has but also what Sara is hiding as well. Believe me when you read it you'll know what I am talking about I sat in front of my computer for a good five minutes with my mouth hanging open unable to believe what had happened. Within the span of five chapters you will find yourself shaking your head in amazement. Am I going to spoil it for you? NOPE! You have to read this story it's full of twist and turns, lots of suspense, and plenty of HOTT sex! A great read that will keep you reading right straight through to the end and leave you wanting oh so much more!!! The wait for Revealing Us and the 5th journal will be soooo LONG I'm going to spend a long time relating future books I read to this book!
Being Me begins immediately where If I Were You concluded (which is a must-read). Did Chris or Mark have a role in Rebecca’s disappearance? Who is following Sara? Chris immediately takes charge (in many ways!) at the beginning of Being Me and helps Sara in the search for Rebecca, but also forbids her from reading Rebecca’s journals. Sara has issues with following his orders and it becomes very clear that her past is going to rear its ugly head and jeopardize her current relationship with Chris.
Being Me hooked me with its rich characters and very explicit sex scenes. Sara, Chris, Mark (Sara’s boss) and Rebecca all came alive for me, and I could not put this book down. I absolutely loved Mark and loved the attraction between his character and Sara:
“I would never put my pleasure, or my pain, for that matter, ahead of your needs, Sara.”
There are many questions answered in Being Me, but I was still shocked at some parts. Make sure to read Rebecca’s Lost Journals 1 through 4 before Being Me; although you don’t have to, you should, and they are wonderful companions to the series.
Being Me is a fantastic addition to this series, and yes, I had a book hangover after it was over! I can’t wait for Revealing Us in September.
(ARC obtained from Net Galley in exchange for an honest review)
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