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- Print Length: 255 pages
- Publication Date: January 13, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00Q7H50ZU
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #118,279 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Raveling You (Unraveling You Book 2) Kindle Edition
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Poor Ayden is breaking my heart. I can’t imagine carrying around the kind of baggage he is, especially coupled with not remembering your past. He is such a tortured soul, but it was heartwarming seeing how he was able to find at least a little comfort in Lyric. Ayden is so much stronger than he realizes, and I hope he will allow himself to lean on Lyric more. I am enjoying the way Jessica Sorensen has incorporated song lyrics into these books to help tell the story and illustrate Lyric and Ayden’s feelings. The way Lyric’s light and Ayden’s dark balance each other is fantastic, and I am excited to see what Sorensen has in store for these characters next.
Lyric makes me smile! She is such an upbeat girl. I feel her passion and enthusiasm. She is one of the best leading ladies I have read about in a long time. She is not broken and weepy. She is happy and spreads her happiness to those around her. Her joy is infectious.
My heart is aching for Ayden, wondering what tortures this poor young man has endured and could possibly endure again. How much his mind can take before it breaks. Feeling how badly he wants but can't have. He is the perfect broken boy.
My emotions were all over the place. Smiling one minute with my heart breaking the next. This is really a great book.
I am saddened that I have to wait until March for more of Lyric and Ayden's story. I think I am enjoying there story more than I enjoyed their parents!
We find out at the end of Unraveling You that Ayden’s brother was recently murdered and his body found near the house that Ayden and his siblings were rescued from. Things intensify in this area as Ayden begins to do extra counseling called amnesia therapy in an attempt to uncover his lost memories of the time he and his siblings were held captive. The police think that anything he might be able to remember about that time might lead them to his brother’s killers. Throughout the book, it goes beyond this to the point of Ayden even potentially being stalked himself by the very same people.
Things with Lyric and Ayden intensify as well. They had a few moments in Unraveling You, but attractions and emotions are just getting deeper and more complicated. Lyric is sure about how she feels. She wants to be with Ayden, but Ayden is a little more hesitant. He doesn’t believe that he has much to offer Lyric, especially when she can’t really touch him in any real way without him falling into some kind of memory or panic attack. But his feelings for her aren’t going away either.
A few little irritants for me. 1) Lyric and Ayden both write songs and periodically moments they have together will spark a sudden section of lyrics or poetry or thoughts or something. These pieces fit in line with the story I guess, but they aren’t my favorite. And I don’t feel like they add too much to the story itself. 2) There’s a good bit of name dropping—specifically band names and song titles—which is a personal pet peeve of mine. And then 3) this is really just an observation more than anything, but it seems like almost anytime Jessica Sorensen describes an outfit that Lyric or Ayden is wearing it is always some combination of red and black.
All in all, I’m still impressed with this series, and with Raveling You. It hasn’t been anything like I expected it to be. There is some cursing and f-bombs and a few sexual situations, but nothing really too graphic at all. The characters and backstories just get deeper, and I can’t wait until all of the secrets are revealed. And the mystery behind what actually happened to Ayden and what all he’s blocked from his memory spurs me to keep reading. Raveling You gets 4 Stars. Have you read Raveling You? What did you think? Let me know!
In the previous book it was revealed that Adyens brother was dead and his death as well as his killer still remain a mystery. If that wasn't bad enough Adyen and Lyrics friendship / relationship is left on rocky ground after that confusing kiss and they haven't talk to each other in about a month. When Lyric notices that Adyen hasn't been truthful lately as is hiding something she works on finding out what he's hiding. Things start to get complicated when Lyric notices a random stranger has been lurking around and not sure what to do with that bit of info.
I guess thats all I can write about this book and not spoil it for those of you who haven't read this book. Hopefully you have read the previous book so this review won't ruin it for you.
So as the story progresses the readers were able to dive deeper into the life of Adyen and what happened to him in the past that caused him to black out those memories. I thought it was interesting betting more glimpses into what is going on. I guess its that mystery that keeps me holding on this book. Its easy to love these characters and want to know more about them. I also loved reading how Lyrics was gaining the confidence to get past her stage fright. Theres not much to report on this book without ruining it so trust me when I say your going to want to check out this book as well as the previous book.
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