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?
This won’t be a long review since these books are semi-short but this was a very enjoyable series for me. I loved Ella and Micha and I love how Jessica always carries us off with the other characters in her books so we can see how all of their life (or most of it) plays out. AND WE GET OUR ANSWERS!
I liked this installment and this series. Like in the previous books, both Ayden and Lyric are such dynamic characters. I appreciated both aspects they brought to this series. They were endearing characters and developed so wonderfully through out the whole series. Ayden was much stronger in this installment and I like that about him. His past is pretty dark and I am glad that he and Lyric could support each other in all of their circumstances.
SHORTEST REVIEW EVER but doesn’t matter. I am excited for Sadie’s story and Fiona’s. That strange girl she is.