REVIEW: My Hunger by Lisa Renee Jones

Posted on July 7, 2014 by Christy | 0 Comments

I received this book for free from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

REVIEW: My Hunger by Lisa Renee JonesMy Hunger by Lisa Renee Jones
Series: Inside Out #3.2
Published by Gallery Books on July 7, 2014
Format: eBook
Source: Netgalley
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An Inside Out Novella in Mark's POV

While Chris and Sara have traveled to Paris to avoid the chaos of press and police after the tragic night we' d shared, I have stayed to face the reality of what has happened. But there is no peace to be found in facing the truth, and no truth to be found in the confessions that have been made and retracted. I am a Master, all about control, and yet right now, facing great tragedy, I feel as if I have none. With my club and my relationships of the past in the spotlight, I find sanctuary in the one place I' ve promised I will never be again, but cannot seem to resist. Her arms.

***Mark and Crystal's story begins in the novella Master Undone.

My thoughts…

Ah…. more Mark Compton. I wasn’t really a fan of his in the first book or two, but eventually I warmed up to him. He’s your typical dom. Hot, rich, and in total control at all times. Well, he seems to have developed a little loss in control in this novella.

It was sort of enjoyable to see his control shaken a bit where Crystal was concerned. There’s a story behind her that I’ve yet to figure out. I do believe that Mark has met his match. Although I’m still holding out hope that Rebecca isn’t actually dead. A girl can dream.

I was able to read this novella really fast. I’m not sure what the page count is, but I think it took me about an hour or so. It captured and held my attention from the beginning. I was desperate to find out more about Rebecca and what exactly happened to her. Sadly, there’s not many answers within the pages of this one. Though I wouldn’t consider this novella a filler, it just didn’t produce the answers I needed. It did however end with an interesting cliffhanger which of course only made me hunger for more.

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