When Sara McMillan finds a stack of journals in a storage unit, she's shocked and enthralled by the erotic lie the writer led. Unable to stop reading she vicariously lives out dark fantasies through Rebecca, the writer-until the terrifying final entry.
Certain something sinister has happened, Sara sets out to discover the facts, immersing herself in Rebecca's life. Soon she's working a the art gallery Rebecca worked at and meeting Rebecca's friends. Finding herself drawn to two dangerously sexy men, the manager of the gallery and a famed artist, Sara realizes she's going down the same path Rebecca took. But with the promise of her dark needs being met by a man with confident good looks and a desire for control, she's not sure anything else matters. Just the burn for more.
Sara McMillan is a school teacher with an Art Degree and her best friend, Ella, who just elope with her new mysterious fiance, leaves Sara a storage unit and its contents to sell and make money.
This storage unit contains a set of journals of the previous owner, Rebecca. These journals contain Rebecca's most intimate moments that she had with a man that she refer's to as Master in their BDSM relationship. These entries intrigue Sara enough to where she starts to think that something bad has happened to Rebecca. This leads Sara to investigate what happened with hopes of returning all these journals and contents of the unit to Rebecca.
Sara ends up working at the same Art Galley that Rebecca worked at, and evidently ends up leading a similar life to Rebecca described in the journals. Sara has her suspicions of several men who she meets, who could be the "Master" that Rebecca was writing about.
This story takes you on a journey with Sara as she lives her life that borderlines Rebecca's in an uncanny way. You will suspect several characters with different motives which could explain where Rebecca is and if she's coming back.
I really enjoyed this book and look forward to reading more of the series. I really liked Lisa's writing and all the conspiracy theories that she will led you to question what really happened and who was behind it.
This book ends on a serious cliffhanger, so I suggest you have the second installment, Being Me (Inside Out #2) ready to pick up as soon as you finish this book.
I gave this ♥♥♥♥♥ out of ♥♥♥♥♥ on Goodreads and would definitely recommend this to those over the age of 18yrs.
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