Rebecca’s Lost Journals
Lisa Renee Jones
Rebecca’s Lost Journals is part of the – Inside Out series. No worries, you can easily read as a stand alone. Rebecca tells of Mark, along with her worries regarding the BDSM lifestyle and her role as a submissive. We ride along with Rebecca as she reaches her decision and all that transpires.
Jones undoubtedly pulls the reader into her narrative and character. As you peruse Rebecca’s journals you sense her pain, ongoing struggles and raw feelings. Her hesitation with diving into BDSM was a welcome surprise, added a plausible cast on the entire novella. Vacillation between wanting to enter the unknown arena of BDSM was a bit annoying, however, understandable (it just kept on). Her nightmares, the unknown issues with her deceased mother all make for a curious and suspenseful read. Jones can keep a reader on their toes with her cliffhangers leading the reader to desperately grasp as to what in fact happened to Rebecca.
Exploring more of what was happening in her interaction with Mark was insightful, allowed Mark to take more of a role since he’s been an aloof enigma prior.
This was a welcomed edition, especially if you have read the entire series first, many layers of characters were revealed and greatly appreciated.
Published April 15th 2014 by Gallery Books
Paperback, 240 pages
A copy was provided in exchange for an honest review