Review: Relevance

Posted 11th December 2016 by Emma in Reviews / 0 Comments

I received this book for free from the Author in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

Review: RelevanceRelevance by Sonya Loveday
Also by this author: The Summer I Fell, Love Always,, Runaway Heart, End Note
Series: The Six #2.5
Also in this series: The Summer I Fell, End Note, If Ever I Fall, The Vows We Make
Published by Self-Published on 19th March 2016
Genres: New Adult
Pages: 113
Source: from the Author
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Secretly located in the tunnels under Chicago’s city streets, Cole Enterprise is home to a group of trained soldiers. Jake Aceton is their newest acquisition. Recruited from boot camp before graduation after being handpicked by Grant Jackson, Jake is plunged into the mysterious underground world, forever changing his life.

Regardless of his relevance to Cole Enterprise, Jake has a hard time looking past all he has to give up. Can he learn to live in his own shadow in order to protect those he loves?

Thank you to Sonya for giving me a copy of this book. I love this series so I was so excited to read this novella.

This book focuses on Ace. It fills in all the gaps between books one and two. It shows what happens to Ace once he leaves Riley and the rest of the Six.

Ace is at boot camp when Jared’s father turns up to recruit him for Cole Enterprise. I really enjoyed this book. It was really great to get into Ace’s head and see the story from his point of view.

I can’t wait to read the fourth book in this series.


About Sonya Loveday

Sonya Loveday, first and foremost is a reader, an avid one. It is of that love that brought her to the realization that this was the answer to the nagging persistent feeling that ‘there’s got to be something more’.
The dream came alive in 2009 when she purchased her laptop and began the tedious step of becoming a published author.
When she’s not reading, she’s writing. When she’s not writing, she’s reading. And when she’s not doing either of those things she’s sleeping, shuttling her children back and forth to school, letting the dogs and cats in and out of the house for the umpteenth time in the last hour and dreaming of a clean house.


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