Monthly Archives: February 2015

Book Review: His Secrets ( Inside Out #3.1) by Lisa Renee Jones

His Secrets (Inside Out, #3.1)His Secrets by Lisa Renee Jones

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

If you love the Inside Out Series, you really have to read this book.

His Secrets picks up right before Chris and Sara head back to San Francisco. There is some time spent at the country home in Paris in which Sara and Chris finally get to spend some much needed time alone. All too quickly though, we are back in the world in which Chris must battle his demons at every turn. This novella, told from Chris’ POV, holds many key elements that will be present throughout the remainder of the series.
Chris and Sara continue to battle with Chris’ past in His Secrets. They flip back and forth between what is good for them and what they need, crave and desire. Read the rest of this entry

Book Review : Revealing Us ( Inside Out #3) by Lisa Renee Jones

Deep Secrets (Inside Out #3)Deep Secrets by Lisa Renee Jones

My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Revealing Us is the third book in the Inside Out series. I have been a fan of the series before but now after reading Revealing Us, I am IN LOVE with the series. Revealing us blew the first two books out of the water. It was a perfect combination of suspense and romance that had me on the edge of my seat the entire time reading!

The book picks up right where Being Me ended with: Sara having to make the decision to leave everything behind and accompany Chris to Paris. In this installment, Sara is confronted with the women who played a major role in Chris’ BDSM past. Chris’ dark secrets are finally revealed,and they do give the reader a deeper look into his character.

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Book Review : Being Me ( Inside Out #2 ) by Lisa Renee Jones

Being Me (Inside Out, #2)Being Me by Lisa Renee Jones

My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Being Me is the second part of the Inside Out Trilogy and picks up right where the first part of the story ended.

Just like in first book, Lisa Renee Jones has managed to create a captivating, alluring and intriguing storyline with many dark twists and turns that kept me constantly on edge. The story consists of a well woven together cluster of secrets that slowly gets revealed. And in the last 25% of the story we finally get some much needed answers to the questions that have haunted both the reader and main character Sara McMillan throughout most of the story…

Sara McMillan

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Every single time !!!

I swear..sometimes that’s the only place I wanna move into and call home !! ♥

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Book Review : If I Were You (Inside Out, #1) by Lisa Renee Jones

If I Were You (Inside Out, #1)If I Were You by Lisa Renee Jones

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Another seductive,mysterious,intriguing,suspenseful and hot read from Lisa which begins as a full mystery and keeps it that way until the end.
I love and find Lisa’s books even more addictive and better than 50 Shades of Grey.It’s only my own opinion,so…shhh
The characters Lisa develops are never truly what they seem to be at first and I’ve learned that a long time ago.
The first book in the “Inside out” series concentrates on a missing girl named Rebecca whose journals become the property of Ella after she’d bought the missing girl’s storage unit at an auction.

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New Magical Bookstore Just Opened In Bucharest,Romania

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“I walk along the avenue
Where everything I thought I knew
Has left me without a clue.”

If you ever come visiting Bucharest make sure to check out this new beautiful – oh,who am I kidding here- it’s probably one of the most gorgeous and impressive bookstores in the city and it opened its doors just yesterday.

I am so not joking when I say that it makes you wish you were here ! It really does have that kind of effect ! It’s quite a magical place which makes you feel like “Alice in Wonderland” and it’s worth visiting,trust me.I’m still at a loss for words to describe this beauty as you can see. So..Come.Visit us and our new marvelous bookstore right in the very heart of the city.You will not regret doing it,more so you’ll have something to brag about when you go back home. Read the rest of this entry

Book Review: The Da Vinci Code ( Robert Langdon #2) by Dan Brown

The Da Vinci Code (Robert Langdon, #2)The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown

My rating: 4 of 5 stars
For the most part, it seems that people either passionately love this book or they passionately hate it. I happen to like it not in the crazy kind of way I liked/loved Angels&Demons though. I’m not saying that its not a good book because it is and it’s worth to be bought and read.
For my part, I don’t see the book so much as an indictment of the Catholic Church in particular but of religious extremism and religion interfering in political process in general.
Dan Brown didn’t lead me or anyone else.He only opened our minds. And it takes an open minded person to read this book and to remember it’s just fiction,but it brings up a lot of important questions about the Christian church, and the loss of paganism and the respect of the Goddess or the Woman.
Brown wrote his story simplistically, in my view, to spread his tale to as broad an audience as possible.

i don’t want to change you.

these vagaries.

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wherever you are, know that i adore you
no matter how far, well i can go before you
and if ever you need someone-
well, not that you need helping
but if ever you want someone
know that i am willing

photograph taken in Los Angeles, lyrics by Damien Rice
happy birthday, S.

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It’s that time again!

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Want your copy of Confess signed?  Can’t make it to one of my signings?  I’ve got you covered!

First, I have to say that each one of you NEEDS the paperback copy of Confess.  The color inserts of the paintings by DOC are AMAZING.  You can even frame them and put them on your walls or on your children.

Please, PLEASE, please read this post in its entirety before mailing your book.  Thank you!

I always open up my PO Box during release week for people to ship me books to be signed.  The problem with this is, we almost always have about 50 to 100 books that are shipped directly from Amazon with no name, address or dedication listed.  When this happens, my boss has to spend hours going through the list of paypal payments and matching them up with books that haven’t been claimed.

We absolutely can’t do…

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