Title :


Author :

Lisa Renee Jones

Series :

Careless Whispers #1

Release date : November 24th 2015
Rating : N/A
Blurb :

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.

Review :

I have thought long and hard in what to write for my review for Denial. Now I personally would love to be in denial about this book and as I stated above this is going to be an unpopular opinion alert. Now admittedly I have only read two books by this author so far which as far as I can remember I liked.

I haven’t read the Inside Out Trilogy as it just wasn’t for me. I read this blurb on Netgalley and thought hell yeah this is going to be good. Turns out that it wasn’t that good for me I found the beginning to be interesting and I like the author’s writing style. Ella has lost her memory and she wakes up in a hospital in Italy with a beautiful man watching over her. He saved her from a mugging gone badly and she has amnesia and can’t remember anything.
Kayden saved her but he has his own agenda we just don’t know what yet. The dynamic of Kayden and Ella was difficult. They were both playing a tug of war which quite frankly irritated me a lot. She doesn’t know who she can trust? But he seems so familiar? And that happened a couple of times.
Kayden was I’m a monster bla, bla, bla. Ella had certain flash backs to her past which disturbed her and on top of that an Italian mobster is after her, well according to Kayden anyway.
I hit the 40 % mark and well nothing happened, nothing so I’ve given up. In the mean time Please note that this is my personal opinion and that in the grand scheme of things isn’t relevant to the overall ratings of the book. Where is the suspense? Where is the apparent darkness of this book? Where is my sanity?
It is ME and not the BOOK.
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