All of Me (Inside Out #6) by Lisa Renee Jones-a review
ABOUT THE BOOK: Release Date February 2, 2015
Passion. Mystery. It all collides in the breathtaking ALL OF ME.
He’s rich and famous, his past dark, but so is hers. Can they save each other? Or will the darkness tear them apart?
REVIEW: ALL OF ME is the final installment in Lisa Renee Jones’s contemporary, adult Inside Out erotic, romantic suspense series focusing on artist and millionaire Chris Merit and high school English teacher Sara McMillan. Their continuing story and final chapter focuses on wrapping up the investigation into Rebecca’s death, closing doors and opening new ones. For cohesion and backstory, the series must be read in order; the history regarding Rebecca’s disappearance, and her connection to Mark, Chris and Sara is revealed and documented throughout the series.
Lisa Renee Jones wraps up Chris and Sara’s love story looking towards the future and their own happily ever after. Chris is an artist whose past and present collide forcing him to take a long, hard look at what it is he wants and he wants Sara McMillan in his life; but first he must process and accept that which he cannot change. Guilt, misdirected as it is, weighs heavily upon our hero’s heart and soul.
Mark and Crystal play a cameo role, along with Chris’s godparents, and the security personnel from Walker Brothers Security. There is some resolution into the death of Rebecca and subsequent arrest of those responsible but Ella’s story is only beginning. Lisa Renee Jones has plans for another spin off series focusing on Sara’s still missing, best friend Ella.
Sara and Chris have grown throughout the series taking the reader through a retrospective of their lives as well as the people with whom they have forged friendships and alliances; disappointments and loss. Rebecca’s final words are woven throughout the final installment-acceptance and sorrow woefully interlaced into a love story that she will never be able call her own.
Lisa Renee Jones takes the reader from America to Europe, San Francisco to Paris, France. We tag along on Chris and Sara’s journey from misunderstanding to realization; acknowledgment and acceptance; friendship to love and through it all we have a front row seat into the mind of the characters we have grown to love.
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Reviewed by Sandy
1. If I Were You
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2. Being Me
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3. Rebecca’s Lost Journals
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4. The Master Undone
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5. His Secrets
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6. Revealing Us
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7. My Hunger
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8. My Control
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9. No In Between
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10. I Belong To You
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11. All of Me (Feb 2015)
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ABOUT LISA RENEE JONES
New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author Lisa Renee Jones is the author of the highly acclaimed INSIDE OUT TRILOGY which has sold to more than ten countries for translation with negotiations in process for more, and has now been optioned by STARZ Network for a cable television show, to be produced by Suzanne Todd (Alice in Wonderland).
Since beginning her publishing career in 2007, Lisa has published more than 30 books with publishers such as Simon and Schuster, Avon, Kensington, Harlequin, NAL, Berkley and Elloras Cave, as well as crafting a successful indie career. Booklist says that Jones suspense truly sizzles with an energy similar to FBI tales with a paranormal twist by Julie Garwood or Suzanne Brockmann.
Prior to publishing, Lisa owned multi-state staffing agency that was recognized many times by The Austin Business Journal and also praised by Dallas Women Magazine. In 1998 LRJ was listed as the #7 growing women owned business in Entrepreneur Magazine.