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My name is Raven and my new life in Honeyton is becoming more complicated by the minute. It all starts when I see my uncle doing some sketchy stuff in the middle of the night that leads me to believe there might be more of a reason as to why we moved here. I also think there might be more to The Raven Three then what they’re telling me, like maybe we’ve met before. One thi My name is Raven and my new life in Honeyton is becoming more complicated by the minute. It all starts when I see my uncle doing some sketchy stuff in the middle of the night that leads me to believe there might be more of a reason as to why we moved here. I also think there might be more to The Raven Three then what they’re telling me, like maybe we’ve met before. One thing is for sure. This town is filled with strange occurrences and secrets. I almost feel like I’m playing a game. I just can’t figure out who the players are or the point of the game itself.


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My name is Raven and my new life in Honeyton is becoming more complicated by the minute. It all starts when I see my uncle doing some sketchy stuff in the middle of the night that leads me to believe there might be more of a reason as to why we moved here. I also think there might be more to The Raven Three then what they’re telling me, like maybe we’ve met before. One thi My name is Raven and my new life in Honeyton is becoming more complicated by the minute. It all starts when I see my uncle doing some sketchy stuff in the middle of the night that leads me to believe there might be more of a reason as to why we moved here. I also think there might be more to The Raven Three then what they’re telling me, like maybe we’ve met before. One thing is for sure. This town is filled with strange occurrences and secrets. I almost feel like I’m playing a game. I just can’t figure out who the players are or the point of the game itself.

30 review for The Raven Oath

  1. 4 out of 5

    Snow

    crap, I simply hate things left unfinished... that's why I've said to myself I won't start another series until all the books are out... and dammit, look at me, whinning... crap, I simply hate things left unfinished... that's why I've said to myself I won't start another series until all the books are out... and dammit, look at me, whinning...

  2. 4 out of 5

    Morgana

    nothing new from the first book, a few dreams, a lot of bla bla bla and nothing else. No action, no plot, no mystery, nothing. Seems that this book was realest just to be a number, I have the feeling that JS lately relies on quantity not quality.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Adriana

    Need the next one

  4. 4 out of 5

    BLuvsBooks

    Not for me. I didn’t feel as the story really moved forward. Couldn’t connect... And Bus.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Nancy The book junkie

    Rating: 3.25/5 Review coming soon!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Nureesh Vhalega

    I'm so dissapointed with this one. I expect more action and less bullshit, but what I really got just a banter that never end! Huft. This series should be great, if only the author stop repeating the same effing conversation *yeah, this is me being mad I'm so dissapointed with this one. I expect more action and less bullshit, but what I really got just a banter that never end! Huft. This series should be great, if only the author stop repeating the same effing conversation *yeah, this is me being mad

  7. 4 out of 5

    Lisa Gemmell

    DON'T Start this series until the author gets it complete:: I was disappointed that it was just a few dreams and nothing more really, I was hoping it would continue, this book which I read was actually called The RAVEN, It was a short read, more like blink and your done! I felt the book went backwards instead of forward, and there is nothing from the author to indicate where her thoughts were when she wrote this, now here I sit pissed off because I feel book 2 was a waste of time, recommendation DON'T Start this series until the author gets it complete:: I was disappointed that it was just a few dreams and nothing more really, I was hoping it would continue, this book which I read was actually called The RAVEN, It was a short read, more like blink and your done! I felt the book went backwards instead of forward, and there is nothing from the author to indicate where her thoughts were when she wrote this, now here I sit pissed off because I feel book 2 was a waste of time, recommendation wait til the author finishes this series to read it because if book 2 is any indication on how she is going to move forward its not worth reading anymore.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Tracey Milito

    Great read This was a great read. I’m enjoying the story. I can’t wait to see what happens in the next book.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Christina

    Slow burn mystery I like all the layers and mystery the author has going on in this story. I can't wait for the next book. Slow burn mystery I like all the layers and mystery the author has going on in this story. I can't wait for the next book.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Amanda

    I really liked the first book and Raven Oath was still an enjoyable read but the memory/dream reveals felt very out of the blue. Raven and the guys had enough mystery surrounding them already without that forced history in my opinion. I found it a little silly how none of the guys put the dots together and Raven has not bothered to mention/question the dream. I actually stumbled upon this book after looking for a sequel to one of Sorensen’s other books. I really like a lot of the author’s work bu I really liked the first book and Raven Oath was still an enjoyable read but the memory/dream reveals felt very out of the blue. Raven and the guys had enough mystery surrounding them already without that forced history in my opinion. I found it a little silly how none of the guys put the dots together and Raven has not bothered to mention/question the dream. I actually stumbled upon this book after looking for a sequel to one of Sorensen’s other books. I really like a lot of the author’s work but consistency with book releases is a little all over the place and I find it hard to track and keep up with the many new releases, it can be frustrating when another new series is started before another is completed. I’d rather have a finished project over bits and pieces.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Marissa B

    The writer has definitely improved the story from the last book. It still reads like a mob fanfic found off Wattpad, but now I’m i trigued by the plotline. I wish there were less clichés, but this is definitely an improvement from the last. I am interested to see whats in store for the next book.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Kay

    Ok, so, in this "book(?)", we follow the story in a "morning after" type of way, after the event in Raven's bedroom where Raven's uncle attacked her in the previous installment by cutting the word "Disappointment" into her side/skin. Buuuuut apart from some snippets of history (that I feel like I already knew about), nothing really happens. Here's "book(?)" number 2 in a spoilery nutshell (a recap for myself, mostly): (view spoiler)[ Raven wakes up, her side hurts. She gets ready for school, and Ok, so, in this "book(?)", we follow the story in a "morning after" type of way, after the event in Raven's bedroom where Raven's uncle attacked her in the previous installment by cutting the word "Disappointment" into her side/skin. Buuuuut apart from some snippets of history (that I feel like I already knew about), nothing really happens. Here's "book(?)" number 2 in a spoilery nutshell (a recap for myself, mostly): (view spoiler)[ Raven wakes up, her side hurts. She gets ready for school, and to help her with anxiety, she smokes weed. Then she sees the boys outside her house in a car. Yaadiyaa, insults with aunt, gross sexy revelations about aunt and uncle, Dixie May being a dick, mentions of how Raven is only good enough to ride on a bus, etc. Raven goes outside, and *gasp*, shock of all shocks, the boys aren't there to escort Dixie to school, but Raven, because she's one of them now (but not really, because the boys keep saying they'll always choose each other over anyone else, even Raven). Buuut they argue about whether Raven should go with them to school or not, (she does accept a ride eventually,) and then off they go. Hunter promises to "take care of" Dixie, btw. Along the way to school, they make a stop and Raven reveals her cuts to Hunter after Hunter shows his old injuries to Raven (Hunter had a crappy abusive stepmom). The two other boys don't get to find out about Raven's new scars at all (yet), even though they really want to. They go to a diner, which the boys own, and there they eat, tell Raven about the rules in the Raven club thingy, and talk about work stuff (mafia things). Raven agrees to the rules and she has to complete a task to be able to fully join. She has ro seduce some dude the boys need info on. But Raven is a virgin, so who knows if she can do it. Plus, there are some history flashbacks (dreams) that reveal that Raven has met the boys before, when she was about 7. Or at least she remembers meeting Zay, but is unsure if it's a real memory. Oh, and Jax's dad is giving him a week to dig up dirt on Raven, her uncle and the boy Raven has to seduce. Other stuff to note: All of them seem to have memory issues concerning their pasts, as well as very abusive past memories to make them damaged in some ways (Zay = hates human touch, cuts himself and likes beating up people, Hunter = snorts drugs and has lots of sex, Jax = drowns his feelings with booze, Raven = weed). The story ends with, well, it just ends, for no good reason and in no particular event. (hide spoiler)] I really do need more to read, since this felt like a start to book two instead of an actual book. So, please, more, more, more!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Mandy

    The Raven Oath is the 2nd installment of The Raven Four taking place right after the end of the first book. The boys have shown up to pick Raven up the next day for school sweeping her away in front of her cousin as she's now one of the Raven four. However, instead of driving to school they head to a diner that they own. Getting Raven to take the oath and agree to the task is the agenda for the morning. This second book was a quick paced read I finished in just a few short hours it was hard to p The Raven Oath is the 2nd installment of The Raven Four taking place right after the end of the first book. The boys have shown up to pick Raven up the next day for school sweeping her away in front of her cousin as she's now one of the Raven four. However, instead of driving to school they head to a diner that they own. Getting Raven to take the oath and agree to the task is the agenda for the morning. This second book was a quick paced read I finished in just a few short hours it was hard to put down I wanted to know how things were going to go with the Raven and the boys. I wanted to learn more about the dreams they are all having as well as more about the boys. The more we get to know the boys the more I like them but Jax is still my least favorite of the trio. I instantly started the second book after finishing the first one because I wanted to know more about Raven and the boys. I love Raven and all the guys are broken with their own coping mechanisms and I hope that they will figure out a better set of options. Maybe they all just need each other to fix the broken in them. My only complaint was that it wasn't enough I need more. I can't wait for the next installment hopefully I won't have to wait too long.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Megan Lowe

    Oh man... I had such high hopes for this series, it promised to be something special but it’s just...not. Again, the events of this book take place over a day, not even a day, a hour or two. Yes, it’s short, but really, it could be combined with the first book, and ones to follow (with a bit of editing) for a cohesive, great product. Here, conversations go in circles, questions take 3 pages (yes I counted) to be answered and even then it isn’t really an answer. Again, it feels like a blatant ploy Oh man... I had such high hopes for this series, it promised to be something special but it’s just...not. Again, the events of this book take place over a day, not even a day, a hour or two. Yes, it’s short, but really, it could be combined with the first book, and ones to follow (with a bit of editing) for a cohesive, great product. Here, conversations go in circles, questions take 3 pages (yes I counted) to be answered and even then it isn’t really an answer. Again, it feels like a blatant ploy to get people to keep reading the series and buying books, but judging by other reviews, that’s not working. I want more from this book, from this series. There’s stuff happening, but from an overall story point of view things are progressing glacially. I want so much more from this series. More romance, more movement, more everything. I hate to say it, but I probably won’t be continuing on with this series. What’s the point when readers are treated so poorly? Also, why have this book, and book one disappeared off Amazon? I know the first chapter of this book was originally the last chapter of book one, but to release this book on April 9 and for it to disappear on April 14 is dodgy...

  15. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

    This either should have been combined with the next book into a longer book with hopefully more meat in it, or taken longer and released later. It didn't feel like much was added to the story so far just some back and forth I think it covered like one day from where it left off before. I really don't like this style of format, of short books released more often system. I can get why authors or publishers do it this way and I guess I have to look at it more like episodes or installments more then This either should have been combined with the next book into a longer book with hopefully more meat in it, or taken longer and released later. It didn't feel like much was added to the story so far just some back and forth I think it covered like one day from where it left off before. I really don't like this style of format, of short books released more often system. I can get why authors or publishers do it this way and I guess I have to look at it more like episodes or installments more then individual books. I don't like this format but I'm always searching for a new book to read that I probably wont pass up a good sounding one to wait for them all to be out (so my own fault). I still have interest in the story and I want to know more about their memory issue as well as how do the bosses not remember I don't get that part yet.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Bookiechick Reviews

    I love this series. I just wish the books were longer and had more going on. I feel like we learn so much from this book but at the same time nothing at all. Each book feels like it centers around one event that they go through and while thats well and good and that theres alot going on underneath and alot of mystery and suspense id love if there was more. And maybe more interractions and trials that they go through to build on their relationship and build the story as a whole so it has more dep I love this series. I just wish the books were longer and had more going on. I feel like we learn so much from this book but at the same time nothing at all. Each book feels like it centers around one event that they go through and while thats well and good and that theres alot going on underneath and alot of mystery and suspense id love if there was more. And maybe more interractions and trials that they go through to build on their relationship and build the story as a whole so it has more depth than just secrets. In saying that i still enjoyed the book and im looking forward to how it plays out in the next.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Jessica Weber

    Need the next! I love the characters and the storyline. My only issue is from book 1 to the whole of book 2 only 24 hours has passed. I love what I read, but I feel like nothing happened. We learn a little bit about each character, but what can happen when this book starts in the middle of the night and ends the next morning. A little disappointed for the amount I paid for the book for how little of writing, but this series has sucked me in and I know I’ll read the next. Still highly recommend be Need the next! I love the characters and the storyline. My only issue is from book 1 to the whole of book 2 only 24 hours has passed. I love what I read, but I feel like nothing happened. We learn a little bit about each character, but what can happen when this book starts in the middle of the night and ends the next morning. A little disappointed for the amount I paid for the book for how little of writing, but this series has sucked me in and I know I’ll read the next. Still highly recommend because I think the series so far is great. Just wish the book was longer.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Lauren

    2.5 // 5 stars This one was also alright. I enjoyed it but I think my main issue with these is that they're so short that they don't feel like a complete book. I feel like nothing really happened in this book. From where the stopping points are, I feel like book 1 and book 2 could have been one book altogether since they were pretty short individually. I probably won't continue these but I haven't decided yet. It all depends on when the third book releases and if I'm still interested in continuin 2.5 // 5 stars This one was also alright. I enjoyed it but I think my main issue with these is that they're so short that they don't feel like a complete book. I feel like nothing really happened in this book. From where the stopping points are, I feel like book 1 and book 2 could have been one book altogether since they were pretty short individually. I probably won't continue these but I haven't decided yet. It all depends on when the third book releases and if I'm still interested in continuing on.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Aj

    More of a Novella length than Novel The length of the books in this series are my only complaint. I think book one and two could have been combined. Otherwise it’s a descent dark story involving a lot of mystery and twists. It also ends in a cliffhanger and you end up with more questions than answers. Something you want to consider if you don’t like waiting in between books to feel closure for a story.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Danielle Beguiled Bookworm

    The author provides such intricate detail for the interactions between the characters that it feels as if you are watching the interactions in person. The book leads into a potential romance to a mystery with all the characters family relations being similar. However, far warning this book is a CLIFF HANGER. Book #2 must not be available because I have searched multiple website with both the original name and new series name and am unable to locate it. UGH I am dying for the next book.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Alicia Castillo

    Wow. I couldn't stop reading. This book is awesome. It has drama, humor and action. This boys are cute and dangerous at the same time. Raven she's a feisty and stubborn girl that has very interested to The Raven three in her. What's it's going on with the memories and all that mystery surrounding Raven's life, and what's the connection between the boys and her. I hope everything is resolve in the next book. I'm so hooked in this series. I'm ready for the next book. Wow. I couldn't stop reading. This book is awesome. It has drama, humor and action. This boys are cute and dangerous at the same time. Raven she's a feisty and stubborn girl that has very interested to The Raven three in her. What's it's going on with the memories and all that mystery surrounding Raven's life, and what's the connection between the boys and her. I hope everything is resolve in the next book. I'm so hooked in this series. I'm ready for the next book.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Kristi

    Great book, but way too pricey I love this series, but $3.99 is high for the length of the book. $2 would suffice, and I would have given the book 4 1/2 stars. I love this Author, she’s one of my favorites. However, I am a little turned off by this. I preordered the next one in the series, but unless this next one is longer I can’t promise I’ll be buying anymore. It’s really disheartening to say the least.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Tina Ahmed

    I get frustrated when I read a book and it ends with so many unanswered questions. But in my opinion that is what makes Jessica Sorensen a good writer. I become emotional invested in her characters and I never want the book to end. I'm thrilled she is going to continue the series and I will be impatiently waiting on the side lines to see what becomes of the Raven Four. I get frustrated when I read a book and it ends with so many unanswered questions. But in my opinion that is what makes Jessica Sorensen a good writer. I become emotional invested in her characters and I never want the book to end. I'm thrilled she is going to continue the series and I will be impatiently waiting on the side lines to see what becomes of the Raven Four.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Meredith

    I received this book in exchange for an honest review. I really enjoy the relationships that are developing in this next book. I was so invested in what was going on that it ended before I realized I was approaching the end. I’m looking forward to finding out what happens next and I hope Jessica doesn’t leave us waiting to long and maybe makes the next one a little longer . 🤞

  25. 4 out of 5

    AMH

    The Raven Oath This is my first series by this author and I loved book one but I really expected book two to have more in it. It only covers one morning??? I love this storyline I’m just hoping for more soon...

  26. 4 out of 5

    Andrea

    I really like this series BUT the editing is not so great and all the errors distract from the story. Also, can anyone write a book with the whole story anymore?? Honestly, it's really annoying to read 100 pages at a time. I really like this series BUT the editing is not so great and all the errors distract from the story. Also, can anyone write a book with the whole story anymore?? Honestly, it's really annoying to read 100 pages at a time.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Rachel Oldham

    I was disappointed in this book. The whole book was the span of one day basically. You didn’t learn anything new and the story wasn’t thrilling at all. I’m thinking of giving up on this series. It was a major letdown for me.

  28. 5 out of 5

    ⭐Barbara S⭐

    The Raven Oath (The Raven Four, #2) Now I understand why this little rating is for this book Not that this book is badly written but it's short and unfinished I hope the author will finish this book because there are so many loose ends right now And there is no epilogue The Raven Oath (The Raven Four, #2) Now I understand why this little rating is for this book Not that this book is badly written but it's short and unfinished I hope the author will finish this book because there are so many loose ends right now And there is no epilogue

  29. 5 out of 5

    Claire

    Felt far too short. Didn't really progress the story much. Felt like it was rushed out to just get something out. It would have been better as the first quarter or third of the next book. Disappointed ☹ Felt far too short. Didn't really progress the story much. Felt like it was rushed out to just get something out. It would have been better as the first quarter or third of the next book. Disappointed ☹

  30. 4 out of 5

    Tanya

    Wow talk about mind blowing. I so want to kill Raven's uncle for what he has done to her. As for her memories of the past and what she does seem to remember, I just hope when the guys figure it out that the protect her. Wow talk about mind blowing. I so want to kill Raven's uncle for what he has done to her. As for her memories of the past and what she does seem to remember, I just hope when the guys figure it out that the protect her.

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