Revealing Us

Revealing Us

by Lisa Renee Jones
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Am I the only person to find Chris's deep dark secret anticlimatic? Understandably upsetting,but something he was terrified would turn Sara against him? It just didn't wash. That and the fact that there are so many loose ends make this book very disappointing. I loved the first two books and the novellas, but once again an author has mislead about it being a trilogy. Also, the books were too expensive for the amount of reading material and that it's an e-book.
Sarah_UK1 More than 1 year ago
(Source: I received a digital copy of this book for free on a read-to-review basis. Thanks to Gallery Books and Edelweiss.) This is the third book in the ‘Inside Out’ series, and kicks off where book 2 ‘Being Me’ left off. **Warning – some unavoidable spoilers for books 1 and 2 ‘If I Were You’ and ‘Being Me’.** Sara is unsure whether to go to Paris with Chris, but her heart wins out, and she follows him across the Atlantic. What kind of a relationship does Chris really want with her though? Can he give up the BDSM? What has happened to Rebecca? What has happened to Sara’s friend Ella? And why are the police concerned about Sara leaving the country? This was an okay book, I couldn’t help but feel a bit disappointed that we didn’t get more answers though. I also thought that this was the final book in the trilogy, but instead it seems that there are 2 more books planned! Sara started to irritate me a bit in this one. Following your boyfriend to Paris could be seen as romantic, but it could also be seen as neediness, and Sara was really toeing the line here for me. She continually told Chris that she was a big girl and could stand on her own 2 feet, but then continued to obsess over where he was and what he was doing. She also kept jumping to the wrong conclusions every 10 minutes, and making really silly decisions that basically proved him right when he said that she couldn’t look after herself. The plotline in this book was quite basic, it was basically Chris and Sara in Paris, and other than a few misunderstandings nothing much happened. We did get to read a few more entries from Rebecca’s journal, which did give us a few more clues as to what had happened to her, but considering how small that part of the book was, this book could have been a lot, lot shorter. The romance/love making was okay, but a couple of times it was a little sudden, with practically no fore-play, and I didn’t feel the heat and sexiness the way I did with the first book. I also have to say that I thought this was a trilogy, yet now there are at least 5 books plus novellas. I checked back and when the first book was published it was called ‘Inside Out Trilogy’, and I actually feel quite disappointed that this wasn’t the end. I was expecting some answers – I can’t even hear the name Rebecca without thinking of this series, and once again I’m left waiting for the next book, which is a bit frustrating. This book just felt like a ‘holiday-in-Paris’, and I’m not sure that for the amount of answers we got, it was worth this being a full-length novel. Overall; and okay story, but I expected more. 6.75 out of 10.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is a good example of how this trend of stretching a story into a trilogy can easily backfire. There is nothing interesting about this story: Chris' secrets are lame and the whole trip to Paris is boring and uneventful, except for a few fragmented events here and there that amount to nothing in the end. With such a weak storyline, all the drama was provided by the main characters. And here is the problem: Sarah became an abnoxious, clingy girlfriend and Chris, a moody, drama queen with some outbursts of BDSM. The first two books were great and the story should have ended there, in a high note and with a real heroine and hero. This third book is just a way to rip $$ off a loyal audience. Shameful, really.
feather_lashes More than 1 year ago
Revealing Us is the third installment in Lisa Renee Jones's adult romance series titled Inside Out. When I finished the first book in this series, I was floating on a book high and my trigger-happy finger had me one-clicking the rest of the series on amazon. I don't regret it...but I'm not on cloud nine anymore either. I HATE to say this, but in my perspective, Revealing Us had a great amount of filler in it. To be fair, there is a lot going on in this one: Ella is still missing, the criminal investigation surrounding the Rebecca issue continues, Sara meets more people from Chris's past, Sara and Chris still seem to struggle in their relationship, Chris still has a secret he hasn't told Sara... What gets resolved? Chris's "secret" but not much else. There is a major development at the end of the book that maybe is supposed to make it all OK, and the epilogue definitely tries to keep readers invested in Ella's mystery, but I still felt disappointed. I'm on the fence about continuing the series. Maybe a few novellas will help me get my groove back? We shall see... My favorite quote: "Just remember, control is like a fortune cookie saying." "A fortune cookie saying," he repeats, looking amused. "Right. It's meaningful only when you add 'in bed' to the end." The Inside Out series includes the following installments as of April 2015: #0.1-Behind Closed Doors - The Player #0.2-Behind Closed Doors - The Gamble #1-If I Were You #1.1-Rebecca's Lost Journals, Volume 1: The Seduction #1.2-Rebecca's Lost Journals, Volume 2: The Contract #1.3-Rebecca's Lost Journals, Volume 3: His Submissive #1.4-Rebecca's Lost Journals, Volume 4: My Master #2-Being Me #3-Revealing Us #3.1-His Secrets #3.2-Rebecca's Lost Journals #3.4-My Hunger #4-No in Between #4.5-My Control #5-I Belong to You #6-All of Me
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Here is the thing, when your book gets picked up for a possible television show it has to be longer than a trilogy, especially when not a lot happens in them. So far in book one, Sara has found some mystery journals, tinkered around in a storage unit, chatted with her bestie, read, got hired on at an art gallery, read some more, office banter, drank some wine and listened to classical music, drank some coffee, met a brooding artist, ate some spicy Mexican food, had sex, attended a few parties, had more sex, more coffee, more office banter, more sex, and got trapped in a storage unit. And I loved the first book but I don't know if that's enough for a first season. As great as the book is, it's not Outlander or Game of Thrones, kwim? There is just not a lot of action or events that give a whole cast stuff to do during an hour, much less 12-16 hours for a first season. So Jones had to extend the trilogy; not only are we going to get Sara and Chris's story, but we're going to have Rebecca and Mark's past history that leads up to present day, and then whatever happened with poor Ella who is still lost in France and Italy. The third book delves into Chris's torturous past in Paris. We're introduced to ex-girlfriend Amber, her boss and Master Tristan, who I wanted to see so much more, and Chantal, who is teaching Sara the language (just give it up, the former schoolteacher can't seem to retain anything lol). Chris holds off revealing his history to Sara for the ENTIRE book, and then when he shares it's a bit, "oh, that's all?" While sad and tragic, it was kind of anti-climatic. I was expecting something kinkier like a former relationship with the sexy tattooed Tristan, who was Chris's Master too, and then the torture that Sara wouldn't be enough for him, or she needed to learn how to be a loving Somme, so oops, I guess we have to have a menage with Mark to make Chris whole again (yay!!!). But sadly no, cause all of our BDSM players have to be evil or vindictive women lol. The other bad thing about "Revealing Us," it's all in France so no Mark Compton, who I've officially switched teams for and have come to love. Continuing themes: very BDSM-lite, we got bondage with a sash this time and a satin flogger; trust issues galore for our too leads, very little movement in the Rebecca case, and a miniscule glimpse into Ella' s disappearance.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This series had me wanting more. Very good and highly recommend to all my friends.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Ok:)
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U on?
Flowergirlzmom1SW More than 1 year ago
'I received a complimentary copy of this book from the Author in exchange for an honest review' At the end of the last book Sara had to make a choice. Stay or go to Paris with Chris. If she truly wants to know and understand Chris's secrets and demons then she has to go. She is in love with Chris and she wants all of him. Paris is a whole new ball game for Sara with her not knowing how to speak French. In comes Chantel, French tutor and new friend. With the good we also meet the bad. We also meet Amber. Part of the past that haunts Chris. The couple has a lot of issues to work through. Chris just hopes that his past won't run Sara out of his life. Another Great book. You learn so much about Chris and in turn Sara in this book. The author takes you even further into the world of BDSM with such a great writing style that you don't want to put the book down. I was happy to find out that there are going to be more books in this series. It being a trilogy just wasn't enough! I highly recommend reading however you do want to start with book 1 first! 'Read and Reviewed by LSK Sweetheart Reviews'
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I LOVE this series! Definitely a must read!
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Great characters, with a story that is sexy and suspenseful!
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The intrigue has built steadily in these books until a crucial point and the book ended so quickly! So i am on to the 4th installment to hopefully get all stories to finish
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Another wonderful book from Lisa Renee Jones! A must read in the series!
slz52 More than 1 year ago
Generally I love this whole series, aside from the whole BDSM, I want Chris for my very own. But Sara all of a sudden is turning out to be one of those ditzy girls from a B rated horror story, I won't spoil anything for those who have not read the book yet, but those who did know I'm referring to the end, I will say I'm disappointed in her wishy, washy attitude toward Amber, she goes from " I really don't like or trust this women," to " I must save her, " all in one day. Also I agree with the other persons review of Chris's secrets being anticlimactic.
Cherryreads More than 1 year ago
I just finished reading Revealing Us and overall I enjoyed the book, however there were a couple of times that I wanted to pull my hair out. I have said this in many reviews: I do not like the “he loves me/he loves me not” back and forth mess that seems to be the rage in all romance novels. I understand that life is messy and we all have insecurities when it comes to our relationships, but PLEASE put an end to the constant emotional see-saw that is so prevalent in these novels. I am becoming a big fan of Lisa Renee Jones and I loved the fact that there was an underlying mystery that is taking place in the story. Can we let most of the drama be about that and not “I want him, but I don’t know if we are going to make it.” These novels are supposed to be my escape from reality, I don’t want to feel like I am a part of couples counseling when I read it. That being said, this book is still pretty great despite all the non-mystery drama. We learn more about Chris’s dark past and who was involved in it. Sara finds herself in the middle of a murder investigation, becomes yet another crime victim and has stumbled on new information about her friend Ella. Of course there is plenty of hot sex and even more BDSM in this installment. This damaged couple hopefully has seen the last of their trust issues and I can’t wait to see what happens in book four.
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Great series. Chris is to die for!!! Can not wait for yhe continuation.
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