Interesting question, and as far as I know MS didn't plan to include this feature in SQL Server 2014. I believe their current focus is on enterprise level features (high availability, and similar).
To help you with your issues, I can recommend trying DBCC LOG and fn_dblog undocumented commands for viewing transaction logs.
Another option is using commercial tools, like ApexSQL Log
Finally, you may want to try Change data capture (CDC) feature, which is included in SQL Server by default but only available in enterprise edition.