Book review – “Raveling You” by Jessica Sorensen – story that gives us more questions then answers

raveling you

Format: ebook, paperback
Series: book 2 of Unraveling You series
Rating: 16+ for language, sexual content, dark themes
Genre: New Adult
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In the second s tory of the series, we follow Ayden and Lyric as they try and find the answers to what happened in his part while trying to figure out how to be in a relationship with one another.

Lyric is perhaps my favorite character that Sorensen has written. She has all the best qualities of her parents, Micha and Ella, and her one-liners to Ayden are so funny that you want to interject them into your life. We get to see the type of parents that they become and see how their pasts helped influence the positive people that they are as adults.

We see Ayden open up a little more in this story, not only to Lyric, but to his parents, Ethan and Lila. There still a dark side to Ayden that he tries to keep secret, but he starts to see that the only way that he can move on from his past is to remember it.

The thing that I like most about this series is that Sorensen is able to mix the original series in with this one without it getting confusing to someone if they didn’t read the entire series. There are references made but it’s not so far off where you don’t get what they are talking about. I like seeing the way that the parents are with the kids and being a big fan of the original series, it gives me a sense of completion to see that they were able to have a good life.

There is a bit of a cliffhanger at the end of the story as Ayden learns about his sister and gets a lead on where to find her. The next book should have Lyric and Ayden trying to find her as they uncover the secrets of his past.

Rating: A

Unraveling You series

unraveling you series

Book 1 – Unraveling You (currently FREE at time of posting)

Amazon | B&N| Kobo | Smashwords | iTunes | Review

Book 2 – Raveling You

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Book 3 – Awakening You (out March 24th)

Amazon | Barnes and Noble

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