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- Print Length: 300 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1496134273
- Publication Date: November 25, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00IMPIP98
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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Honestly, I am also getting a little tired of having to read 3-4 'short' stories in order to get to an ending. Such a shame because I really enjoy her writing and her stories, I just hate having to wait months in between to get to a finish. I'd rather have the whole story in one place.
Lyric is a musical guru, and all she wants is to perform, and write amazing song lyrics, but that's next to impossible when your parents have given you such a loving upbringing. Enter Ayden, who has far too much life experience for his young age. His memory is suppressing itself from the pain of his past, but as him and Lyric grow closer, and the unthinkable happens to his brother, can he face his fears and terrible past to give himself a chance at a better future?
Beware this does end on a cliffhanger, but luckily I was able to start the next one right away, and I find myself not wanting to put this story down.
The Unraveling Series is a testament to the steadfast love both of these couples have found. The Unraveling Series features their children. Their children are coming of age and paving the road their own lives. The guidance and wisdom their parents are giving them has made these children remarkable young people.
Each book in the Unraveling Series is novella length. Each book packs a solid punch and moves the series forward at a fast pace. The interweaving of romance and mystery builds the story into a solid and fluid series. The cliffhangers at the end do not leave the reader feeling cheated, it leaves them wanting more.
Lyric is Ella & Micha’s daughter. She is smart, talented, and compassionate. She is the best of both her parents. She is a ray of sunshine. She is a “glass half full” kind of girl. She loves fiercely. She takes the world on full throttle.
Ayden is Lila & Ethan’s adoptive son. They have adopted all four of their children. These children were not adopted as babies, they were adopted when they were older. They are former troubled foster children that were basically unadoptable. Lila and Ethan wanted to give these children a chance at a happy life, they wanted to give these children the love and respect they deserved. Ayden was was close to sixteen when Lila and Ethan adopted him. He has come from a horrific background. He and his siblings were kidnapped, abused, and tortured. The experiences he had were so horrific, that when finally freed, he developed amnesia. His anxiety levels are high. It was very hard to accept his good fortune of being adopted by such a loving family. The one person who helped open his heart and trust was Lyric. Her unconditional friendship and positive attitude have been one of the greatest gifts in his life. Although he really can’t put the past behind him even though he can’t remember it, he can finally move forward and embrace the good life he has been miraculously given.
unraveling YouIn Unraveling You the reader gets an introduction to the characters. They also get to experience the strong friendship that builds between Lyric and Ayden. They get a picture of the dynamics of both families and their relationship to one another.
The book starts out when both Ayden and Lyric are just becoming independent of their parents. They are learning to drive and dictating their own social calendars. The deep friendship that they form becomes as natural as breathing air. Lyric is open and breezy, Ayden is reluctant and a bit withdrawn. He is haunted by the scars of his past. Although he cannot remember all of it, his body scars are living proof of the horrors he survived.
Life seems to be going on an even keel when Ayden’s past comes back in full force. The police have found his older brother murdered. They want Ayden to help with the case. Even though Ayden cannot remember his past, the police want him to engage in some experimental therapy to kick start his memory and help with the case.
This book ends on a cliffhanger…..
I loved this. LOVED. This is exactly the type of book I lose myself in. Best friends Ayden and Lyric are 2 souls that just had this perfect yin and yang, this perfect balance, as if their relationship beautifully ebbed and flowed together. These two just spoke to me from the very first page. This story had a similar emotionally vulnerable vibe as Jessica Sorensen’s Breaking Nova series (I gave every book in that series 5 stars too), but the storyline is totally different so it’s something new.
This installment introduces us to the two characters, and we get to know them as they get to know each other. They grow closer in such a natural way, and it only made sense for them to push the lines of friendship into something more. Yet, they both know how much things could change, and they aren’t sure if they are even ready.
Ayden is quiet, sad, incredibly kind, and so mysterious. But he isn’t just mysterious to everyone around him, he is also a bit mysterious to himself. We realize as the story progresses just how horrible his childhood has been, and just like Lyric, I wanted to be there for him, to just love him.
Lyric is happy, good, kind, but a little lost. However, as soon as she and Ayden become friends it was as if birds started singing. Their friendship made each of them so much more whole.
The romance in this book is subtle, it’s sweet, and it’s slow. But that is ok because good things take time, my friends. I’d classify this as a mature YA. I have a feeling we’ll get more love in the next book, but it’s certainly not going to be easy.
The ending was tough. I didn’t realize how much of a mystery/suspense there was to this story, but there actually is. I can’t recommend this book enough, and I cannot wait to continue the journey that belongs to Ayden and Lyric. I know my heart is going to be hurt, it’s going to be ugly, but I’m hoping by the end there is healing.
Rec this? YES! If you love deeply emotional stories, while even though they are full of pain, there is hope, this is a must for your TBR.
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