Review: Unraveling You by Jessica Sorensen

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Lyric Scott has always had a good life. Outgoing, spunky, and musically talented, she’s constantly surrounded by family and friends, yet she still feels that there’s something missing.

Then she meets her new next-door neighbor Ayden Gregory. Mysterious, sweet, and sad, Ayden is the exact opposite of Lyric and exactly what she needs to fill the void in her life.

Ayden Gregory has been through more than most people and believes his life is always going to be rocky, so when he’s suddenly adopted, he’s thrown for a turn. But even with a new, loving family, he still finds himself haunted by the memories of his old life. The only true breath of fresh air is when he’s with his best friend, Lyric Scott.

As Lyric and Ayden grow closer, the lines of their friendship start to blur. But when Ayden’s past unexpectedly pushes its way into his new life, their friendship and newfound attraction will be tested.

Stephanie’s Review

I loved the story of Ella and Micah, but I think I am in love with their daughter’s story. I know this is the just the beginning, but Lyric Scott is just my kind of people. She is so grounded, ok, she’s a bit spoiled but with her parents, it was going to be hard not to be. But Lyric is something else. She’s smart, witty, beautiful and if it weren’t for her incredible stage fright, she would steal the show every time. But what I liked most about this book is that she wasn’t going to give up on Ayden no matter what.

Ayden is the new kid in the family and his parents and Lyric’s parents just seem to think that Lyric is going to be able to help get him out of his shell and help him get beyond his tortured past. But Ayden doesn’t remember a lot about what happened. He remembers certain things, but not everything. He doesn’t remember everything that happened, but he remembers enough for it to torment him enough every night. But he has a new family now and they want the best for him. They don’t want him to feel like he is not wanted or loved. He has something special here, but part of him wants so much more.

Lyric and Ayden form the most amazing friendship and both want more out of it, but Lyric would never risk their friendship for anything more and when the two of them are separated, everything shifts and changes and neither deals well with it. They are the best of friends and they know everything works better when they are together.

I love that Lyric is there for Ayden no matter what. I love that she bought him the nightlight… I love that she is there to comfort him and help him work through his issues. I love her strong character when it comes to Ayden. I also love her big heart. She loves unconditionally and she is destined to have the kind of love her parents have. I cannot wait for more of their story.

Ayden and Lyric captured my heart and I have a feeling together they can accomplish anything they want!



When he grows silent again, I crack an eyelid open. He’s dazing off over my shoulder with undiluted pain in his eyes. The realness of him causes my heart to stutter, and my fingers yearn to jot down unwritten words.
God, what has he been through to create such a look?
When his focus lands back on me, his eyes burn fiercely, as if he’s terrified out of his damn mind “Shut your eyes,” he whispers, almost horrified.
I do as he says without question, trusting him completely, even though his intensity is enough to make the calmest person in the world feel disconcerted.
He sticks the earbud in my ear and the gloomy, unhurried beat of Radiohead’s “How To Disappear Completely” soaks through my wounded soul.
“You picked the perfect song,” I mutter as the music engulfs me. “This is exactly what I—”
His lips brush mine, stealing the words right from my mouth. My breath catches in my throat and my first instinct is to pull away. But I don’t want to pull away. I want to stay. Let him erase that last few hours from my mind.
I keep my eyes shut, too afraid to open them as his lips timidly start to move against mine. Just a whisper of a graze. A heart-stopping brush. A soul-drowning taste. He does it again and again, taking his time, erasing all the ickiness from tonight. As I absorb each soft graze, his tongue slowly follows, slipping into my mouth. I gasp, but still don’t open my eyes. I barely move. Can hardly think. And when he pulls back, gently biting at my bottom lip, I stop breathing all together.
That burn songs promise.
Blazes in me.
Hot and scorching.
So sweltering and mind-numbing.
I feel it in my veins.
Liquid fire.
Driving me insane.
And the bar set so high.
Ayden has soared over.
Past the heavens.
And captured me eternally.
“Go to sleep, Lyric,” he whispers, his breathing ragged.
I nod, still terrified to open my eyes. Terrified I’ll lose this moment.
A moment I know I’ll be able to fill pages and pages with the most powerful lyrics I’ve ever written. All about him and that kiss.



Jessica SorensenThe New York Times and USA Today bestselling author, Jessica Sorensen, lives in the snowy mountains of Wyoming. When she’s not writing, she spends her time reading and hanging out with her family.

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Book 1 – The Secret of Ella and Micha

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Book 2 – The Forever of Ella and Micha

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Book 3 – The Temptation of Lila and Ethan

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Book 4 – The Ever After of Ella and Micha

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Book 4.5 – Lila and Ethan: Forever and Always

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Book 4.6 – Ella and Micha: Infinitely and Always

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