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Okay, I read this series totally backwards. I received this book from the publisher for review, but haven't read any of the actual novels from the series (although I had a couple of them in my tbr). This book is a grouping of novellas which are actually Rebecca's journals from the Inside Out series. BUT Rebecca is not actually in that series. The full-length books are about Sara who's read Rebecca's journals and is trying to figure out what happened to her. I had no idea about any of this when I started reading the journals. Like I said, I went into this series totally backward...but it worked...and I then devoured ALL the books in the series within two days. ;o)
So I read these books not knowing that "something" has happened to Rebecca. That was the biggest shocker for me, I think...is that in the books, Rebecca is gone and no one knows where. But I'm definitely not sad about the order I read the series. Because I read the journals first, I hung on every word about Rebecca and her journals in the books. Normally when I read a book that has a side-story like that, I get annoyed because I want to concentrate on the main couple. But for me, Rebecca's story was just as important as Chris and Sara's (the couple featured in the books) because I read the journals first.
Overall, I enjoyed the journals. My one big complaint about them is that instead of Rebecca and Master/Mark, the characters should have just been renamed Christian and Ana...because yeah, the journals totally document "that" story...which as an author bothers me a bit. But as an author, I can also see that the journals were never the point...and honestly the overall story for the series is brilliant...the mystery of what happened to Rebecca and how her disappearance affected those around her. So I can overlook that the premise of the journal story is just a little too much like another story we all know.
And the journals are interesting purely in the fact that they are simply that...snippets of someone's thoughts as she's living this fantastical scenario. The complete story is most definitely not all there, so it leaves you curious and wondering. Overall, I highly recommend you read the journals along with the entire series. It makes Rebecca feel more like a real character in the story by getting this in-depth into her psyche and where she was at with this whole Master/Dom/sub scenario that she found herself involved in.
Note: there is another novella in the book called Master Undone at the back of the book. There's a huge warning not to read it unless you've read the books which I totally disregarded because I needed to read something from Mark's POV after the journals just to see what he's truly like. DO NOT DO WHAT I DID. Read the books in order. I can deal with spoilers, but wow...I think I would have been able to enjoy that story more if I knew everything that had been going on before that. Because I didn't read them in the right order, I was still too close to Rebecca's story to deal with what Mark does in that novella. I was definitely in the wrong mindset for it.
I received a complimentary copy of this book in return for an honest review.
If you don’t already know, Rebecca’s Lost Journals are novellas to the Inside Out series. The premise is that Sara, who is the heroine from the Inside Out series, is in search for Rebecca by using these journals as a guide. She has a set of journals in her possession and these novellas are for your eyes only. Sara will never get to read these entries.
I loved reading these novellas. I had the opportunity to follow along as Ms. Jones had released these journals the first time and I thoroughly enjoyed each and every one of them. It's even better now that they are all in one compilation. I loved trying to find out what Rebecca was up to and reading her day to day adventures were pretty addicting…not to mention her relationship with her man aka "master". As a bonus, the last novella is actually in HIS POV. Because he is loved by Jone’s fans, this short story was an “eagerly anticipated” read.
Take note that these journals are closely related to the main story. Some say it can be read as standalone and I suppose you can but I strongly encouraged reading in order. I promise it’ll be worth your time. Ms. Jones' Inside Out Series is one of my all time favorite reads.
The reading order as as follows.
Behind Closed Doors (Inside Out, #0.5)
If I Were You (Inside Out, #1)
Rebecca's Lost Journals, Volume 1: The Seduction (Inside Out, #1.1)
Rebecca's Lost Journals, Volume 2: The Contract (Inside Out, #1.2)
Rebecca's Lost Journals, Volume 3: His Submissive (Inside Out, #1.3)
Rebecca's Lost Journals, Volume 4: My Master (Inside Out, #1.4)
Being Me (Inside Out, #2)
The Master Undone (Inside Out, #2.5)
Revealing Us (Inside Out, #3)
His Secrets (Inside Out, #3.1)
To be Released:
My Hunger (Inside Out, #3.2) July 7th 2014
No in Between (Inside Out, #4) August 19th 2014
My Control (Inside Out, #4.1) September 8th 2014
I Belong to You (Inside Out, #5) November 18th 2014
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In Master Undone, which is part of this collection, we see more of how Rebecca’s death has changed Mark. We get to see the man and not the master. There is a glimpse into why he chose his present lifestyle and we are introduced to Chrystal, the woman who helps his mom run Riptide. She and Mark are alike in so many ways. Despite his best efforts he finds her attractive, even though she is nothing like the women that he usually chooses to be his. Crystal isn’t one to be controlled in or out of the bedroom and Mark is thrown for a loop. I can’t wait till we get to see more of this story. I think that this book serves to show Mark as human and less of an arrogant ass and dominant creep. As with everyone, there is more than what you see on the surface and I hope that the next book in the series allows us to peel back his many layers and expose the seemingly damaged man underneath.
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