Also by this author: Hard Rules (Dirty Money, #1)
Denial (Careless Whispers, #1) by Lisa Renee Jones
Series: Careless Whispers
Published by Gallery Books on November 24th 2015
Genres: Contemporary, Romance, Suspense
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Book one in the CARELESS WHISPERS series. This is a standalone spin-off of the INSIDE OUT series (soon to be a TV show) that follows Ella Ferguson, Sara McMillan's best friend.
Ella Ferguson awakes alone in Italy, unsure of who she is, and a gorgeous man has claimed her as his own. He’s tall, dark, and sexy, with money and power, the kind of man who makes a girl want to be possessed. And he does possess her, whispering wicked wonderful promises to her, stealing her trust and her heart. Soon though, the past finds her, yanking her from a cocoon of passion and safety. Everything is not how it seems. The truth will shatter her world, but it can set her free, if it doesn't destroy her first.
This book was so much more than what I was expecting. I was sent this and Denial to review in anticipation for the Surrender release. This is a spin-off of her widely popular Inside Out series.
I went in thinking I was just going to get this steamy story, it was so much more. This is a layered suspense story that kept me wanting to read and find out what happens next. Ella is waking up with amnesia and Kayden is there to help her. He kinda just takes over and starts supporting her every need and helping her find out who she is.
Reading about her flash backs and then what she is feeling about certain things, you get the sense that there is more going on then what we are being shown. I enjoyed that and it kept my interest peaked. My reason for the 4 stars and not 5 are that I wanted something bigger to happen in this book. I like the story and I’m very interested in finishing it but this book needed that “thing” to make it more. For me, any story that takes 3 books (or 4 or 5) needs something major or shocking to happen to be rounded out and to have a purpose. This book had everything except that. I loved everything about this book and I recommend it to everyone despite that it’s missing the “big thing”.
I am diving into the next installment, Demand, now. I hope it’s as good as this one is.