Rock Fiction Coveting: Unraveling You by Jessica Sorensen

Posted: May 15, 2015 in Rock Fiction Coveting
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Believe me, I know that Jessica Sorensen’s second in this series is already out. You should hear Susan’s outraged yowls about its title; let’s all make up new words!

But we’re not here to talk about that one. Nope, let’s start with the very beginning. I hear it’s a very good place to start.

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 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 has been through more than most people and believes his life is always going to be rocky, so when he’s suddenly adopted by the Gregorys, 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.

**A novel about Ella and Micha’s daughter and Lila and Ethan’s son from The Secret Series. However, this series can be read on its own.**

So Lyric is missing the angst gene, like Susan. And Ayden fills that need, and for him, Lyric shows him what it means to be happy.

But where’s the music? Where’s the Rock Fiction?

Supposedly, it’s there. The other Jessica Sorensen books I’ve come across all have a Rock Fiction angle to them (she says even though she hasn’t read them yet to verify), and Lyric is the daughter of some rockers. So we’ll have to trust that this is more than yin and yang coming together. We’ll have to trust that the music’s really there.

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