Originally Reviewed At: Mother/Gamer/WriterRating: 4 Controllers Review Source: PublisherReviewer: HeatherWhen I first read, If I Were You, I was unaware that there were journals. I mean they’re mentioned in the book, but the author actually wrote out the journals in three short story lengths. I got the privilege of reading the first two, but I’m dying to get my hands on the last one. When you first read, If I Were You, you’re whipped into the after effects of a woman named Rebecca. Small snippets of her life are revealed, but the journals delve you deep into her world as she becomes engrossed into the world of art and sex. She’s careful and cautious or at least she wants you to believe it. Perhaps she even believed it herself at one point. When it comes to her master though, it appears all bets are off. The two journals were a nice companion read to If I Were You, and you can read them before or even after. It’s nice to see the woman Sara (From If I Were You) is trying to find and help, but at the same time she too makes a lot of the same mistakes. If you’re going to pick up If I Were You, and if you enjoy steamy, erotic romance then you definitely should, go ahead and grab the journals too. It really helps to shine a light on the hidden world that both Sara and Rebecca joined.