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Rebecca's Lost Journals: Volumes 2-5 Paperback – April 15, 2014
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I dislike that this was only Rebecca's Lost Journals hence the title of the book. I wish it would've been a complete novel including all of her journals: these, the one's Sara had, the one Mark found and even her business client journal. You will get plenty of insight into Rebecca with just her lost journals but I'm greedy and I want to know everything about Rebecca and it's all LRJ's fault for making me fall in love with this series.
I love that I finally got to see Rebecca for who she was. Someone on an emotionally rollercoaster, someone who wrote in her journals so she could go back and read them when she needed to be grounded, someone who kept her own secrets. Someone who was madly in love and would do any and everything to please him even denying herself what she really wanted until it couldn't be ignored anymore. I saw a tortured girl fighting to find herself and become what she always wanted to be while constantly feeling alone. I do believe Rebecca and her Master were good for each other but they never stood a chance at having something great BC honestly they were both scared. This was a very good insight into Rebecca as a normal girl and a submissive, I felt like I was right there with her but it also gave us some insight into Mark. I thought Rebecca would sound so much like Sara but that wasn't the case at all. I could see all the differences in them, I also could see the similarities. I loved this book and I'm secretly hoping that Rebecca is still alive bc that lady deserves a happy ever after.
" I'd do anything to know and understand who I truly am. And I think that tonight, that was exactly what I was looking for: me. I just didn't realize it until I met him. "
" Not many men can make me breathless, but there aren't many men who can claim the very air that exists around them, as he does. "
" Those words were laced with possessiveness, and the way he'd looked at me ... I felt more naked than I have felt with my legs spread wide for any other man. "
I would recommend this book to Inside Out Series lovers, although you don't need to read this book to completely
understand the series I highly recommended that you do in order to understand Rebecca more
Bonus material: The Master Undone
I give this book five stars because I could feel Mark's loss of
Rebecca and his feelings for Crystal through LRJ's writing. I don't know how she does it but every time I slip into an alternative world that only includes the Inside Out Series, LRJ you did it again!
I dislike that this was just a novella, when it got to the end I wanted so much more. That's the only thing I didn't like bc I'm greedy lol.
I love that this book gave me a completely different look at Mark. The Master Undone is exactly that, undone with no control. We get to see how Mark is reacting and grieving the loss of Rebecca but most of all how he felt towards her as his sub and why he did some of things he did with her. We see his and Chris's relationship begin to mend which I love because even through all the tension they showed against each other in all the other books you could always tell that at one point of time you couldn't separate them if you tried. We learn why he treated Sara the way he did and get the intro into his family life and problems. What I loved most about this book is that I got to see his vulnerable, out of control, he's on an emotional rollercoaster side. We usually see him well put together, in complete control but put him in a family emergency and a woman who is just in control as him and we see the softer side of him. I'm so extremely happy LRJ allowed us to see this side of Mark the Master.
" I've let this woman I barely know see emotions I try never to feel, let alone allow anyone to experience with me. "
" I trust this woman more than I trust myself right now. And that scares me in a way I haven't been scared in a very long time. "
" Maybe its simply that she's different from everything familiar, and everything familiar feels wrong right now."
" She's real to me in a way no one else has felt in too long . "
" The burn to kiss her is intense. I don't kiss women. I f--- them. I please them. I like to please them. To drive them to the edge and make then want and want, until release is sweet bliss. But I don't kiss them. "
I recommend this book to Inside Out Series lovers, this is the first book from Mark's POV so don't miss out on his voice!
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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