Series: Unhinged #2
Author: Timberlyn Scott
Release Date: September 26, 2014
Secrets and lies… No good ever comes of them.
My life is proof.
For eleven years, I’ve suffered from a suspicion that has waged a war inside my head, filled me with rage. Left me feeling helpless.
But then she came along.
The darkness continues to consume me, but when I’m with her, I can ignore it, push it away. Even if only for a little while.
Payton calms me. She manages to quiet the noise in my head. But the secret is still there, still continuing to plague me day after day. Yet I still can’t bring myself to tell her even though she deserves to know. She needs to know.
I love her. And I’ll do anything to protect her.
Although I’ve found some peace, my life continues to unravel, no matter how hard I try to stop it.
My name is Sebastian Trovato and this is the continuation of my story.
I was provided with an ARC for review.
To start, I have to say that after reading Book 1, Unhinged, I thought I loved it, but after reading Unraveling, I am absolutely head over heals IN LOVE with this series!
I have to quote from my review of Book 1, Unhinged, here:
“For her debut into the 'New Adult' genre, author Tymberlyn Scott knocked it out of the park with Unhinged! Her writing is amazing, the characters sneak in and grab hold of your heart, and the story line itself that you never want to put it down!”
I’m not entirely happy with the cliffhanger ending of this book. That is really my only complaint with this series. They both end with a cliffy. I normally wouldn’t even pick up a book or series with endings like that, but this author is one of my all-time favorites and I just had to!
I’m waiting all kinds of impatiently right now for Book 3. I want it like yesterday!
If you are wondering who I am, then I'm here to tell you. Timberlyn is the sweeter alter ego of New York Times bestselling author Nicole Edwards.
I can hear the question now... Why? Why do you have another pen name?
It actually came about when a storyline developed in my head. As I saw it coming together, I knew it was vastly different than what Nicole Edwards writes. So, it was then that I was created.
Anyway... Thanks for stopping by. I'm so glad you did.