Review: My Hunger by Lisa Renee Jones

My Hunger by Lisa Renee Jones
Series: Inside Out (# 3.2)
Release Date: July 7, 2014
Publisher: Pocket Star
Pages: 70
Source: Book provided by the author for review



I am a Master, all about control, and yet right now, facing great tragedy, I feel as if I have none. I find sanctuary in the one place I’ve promised I will never be again, but cannot seem to resist. Her arms.


Review:  With installment 3.2 in the Inside Out series by Lisa Renee Jones, readers get a quick teaser from Mark Compton’s point of view.

From the very beginning of the series, Mark has had a determined yet mysterious persona. This novella focuses on Mark and Crystal, providing an explanation of events that have been occurring throughout the series. For the first time, we are seeing glimpses of a man who is capable of feeling emotion.

Without giving away any possible spoilers, all I can say is that I am expecting all my questions to not only be answered in the next installment, but I may even hold out for a pretty bow and a cherry on top. As anxious as I am to get to the end, there’s a part of me that isn’t quite ready to say goodbye to these characters.

This series has been strong enough to maintain reader interest throughout both the regular size novels and the various novellas. However, I am to the point where I am really starting to dislike cliffhangers.

Once again, as the layers are peeled away, new character traits are revealed. Exactly how this series will end is now anyone’s guess.