- File Size: 1712 KB
- Print Length: 255 pages
- Publication Date: January 13, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00Q7H50ZU
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #203,134 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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This book continues the story of Ayden and Lyric and as more is discovered about Ayden and his family, tensions rise, especially between
Ayden and Lyric go through a lot of progression in this book as they further discover the history of Ayden and where he grew up and what happened to him. He is heartbroken after hearing about his brother’s death and just wants to know what happened to him but at the same time is scared too. Everyone in this book is on edge, except Lyric. While being concerned about him she stands beside him every step of the way which is wonderful.
This book takes Ayden and Lyric’s relationship to the next level and I loved every second of it! She is so sweet and happy and he reacts so well to that. There’s a lot of tension as Ayden is still discovering himself but the are really good with each other. I love that they keep it secret for a while - that’s one of my favourite writing tropes!
The story keeps you wanting more especially as Lyric and Ayden get closer despite all the crap that is going on in his life. His backstory is absolutely messed up and awful and I like seeing how the different characters handle it. HIs adopted parents are great characters and I love seeing Lyrics parents support them through everything.
Again, as said before, the lyrics in the book annoy me. Also, this book is very short and could be combined with the first one or third one to not draw out the series but whatever. Author’s choice I suppose. It is over very quick though!
It is a really original story and while his backstory is messed up and unlikely to happen in the real world I am enjoying seeing what will happen and how the author handles it.
Recommended for: contemporary YA romance readers who love intrigue and romantic chemistry.
Quotes (Spoiler Free):
“No, I won’t. You leaving my life would crush my heart, and I refuse to let my heart get crushed.”
“I’d rather just have him forever.”
“Even in the midst of my darkness, through a storm of pain, Lyric brings me calm.”
"Then he does something unexpected but amazing. He rests his chin on my shoulder. A gesture so small and plain an outsider wouldn’t think twice about it. Me, I think about it. So much my mind sparks like a hot-wired car.”
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!
The only saving grace is that I'm reading this series now that all of the books are out.
This second installment is just as good as the first. Ayden is dealing with the loss of his brother while trying different therapy to unlock his memories to try and find the people who hurt him and his siblings. He's now in a band with Lyric and they're relationship is steaming up pretty nicely. More than once there's a creepy man watching Ayden's house. Drama unfolds.
Lyric is still terrified to sing in front of anyone, but the band gets an opportunity they can't turn down so she'll have to work through it.
Diving into the third installment.