Book Review: Inspiring You by Jessica Sorensen

Posted January 3, 2018 by soaringu in best friends, contemporary, emotional, five star, high school, musicians, Reviews, young adult / 0 Comments

Book Review: Inspiring You by Jessica SorensenInspiring You (Unraveling You, #4) (Volume 4) by Jessica Sorensen
Series: Unraveling You #4
on July 18th 2015
Genres: Romance, Young Adult, Contemporary
Pages: 160
Format: ePub
Source: Purchased
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five-stars

Ayden knows it’s time to remember what really happened four years ago, so he can help save his sister. With the help of Lyric, he faces his past head on.

But dealing with the truth is difficult.

Will Ayden finally be free of his past so he can move forward to his future?

Book Review: Inspiring You by Jessica SorensenInspiring You (Unraveling You, #4) (Volume 4) by Jessica Sorensen
Series: Unraveling You #4
on July 18th 2015
Genres: Romance, Young Adult, Contemporary
Pages: 160
Format: ePub
Source: Purchased
Buy on Amazon
Goodreads
five-stars

Ayden knows it’s time to remember what really happened four years ago, so he can help save his sister. With the help of Lyric, he faces his past head on.

But dealing with the truth is difficult.

Will Ayden finally be free of his past so he can move forward to his future?

My Thoughts:

Inspiring You is the final book and the conclusion to Ayden and Lyric’s love story.

I throughly enjoyed reading this book and the entire series. My favorite part of this book was the progression of Lyric and Ayden’s relationship. Things are much more steamier. I like how there is so much sexual tension. And when they finally act on it, it is like fireworks hitting the page and exploding. The steaminess is really awesome. However, I like the progression from making out to taking the next step. Ayden’s self confidence and believing himself takes a phenomenal growth. Lyric’s patience and her love for Ayden is a driving point in the last installment. I love how she isn’t a fretting girlfriend, but one who is incredibly caring and sweet.

The mystery of Ayden’s past is finally revealed. I like how Sorensen made the entire mystery element of this novel finally have the questions answered. And Ayden finally meeting his sister and horrific people who have done terrible things finally getting their punishment, was a huge victory. I like how Ayden went selflessly through so much to get his original family together. That boy is one hell of great person.

The entire family of Ayden and Lyric are just one of my favorite parts of this entire series. I like Lyric’s relationship with her dad in this book in particular. Both of them have such an awesome dad daughter relationship that it reminds me of one of mine with my dad.

In my previous reviews, I did not address much of the music aspect of this book. However, my favorite part was how Sorensen made the characters form lyrics and write them. Some of my favorites are:

I like how music helps the characters heal. When they finally do get a gig and things are going well, I was cheering for them.

Overall, great series! I highly recommend reading it. Preferably get the boxed set, so you can get the entire feel of the story. I am giving this book 5 high stars!

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