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All of Me [Mass Market Paperback]

Lori Wilde
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  • Mass Market Paperback: 384 pages
  • Publisher: Forever (April 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0446502057
  • ISBN-13: 978-0446502054
  • Product Dimensions: 2.7 x 11.4 x 17.1 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,450,548 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent finish to series 9 July 2013
By Joanne
Format:Mass Market Paperback
'All of Me' by Lori Wilde is the fourth and final book in the Wedding Veil Wishes series. I found this story to be the most emotional one of all, with both of the main characters so badly damaged inside. I felt like I was on an emotional rollercoaster: one minute crying at their pain and the next laughing at their verbal sparring. I loved Mutt the dog and Jillian's relationship with him; he was certainly the light-relief of the story. As with the other Lori Wilde books I have read, there are a number of strong sub-plots making a full and well-rounded story. I recommend this series to anyone who loves fun contemporary romance.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Just plain WOW! 25 Sep 2009
By stormer
Format:Mass Market Paperback
A real tear-jerker. There is romance, lost love, pain, laughter and joy. This is one of Lori Wilde's best books and the final story in the Wedding Veils saga. An absolute must for fans.
Tucker and Gillian meet in a dream, then in a dispute over a lake house out in Salvation. Which is aptly named as they both find their salvation and the love a good dog called Mutt.
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5.0 out of 5 stars All of Me Enjoyed this Book! 19 April 2009
By HeyWhatchaReading - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Mass Market Paperback|Verified Purchase
ALL OF ME concludes author Lori Wilde's Wedding Veil Wishes series which began with THERE GOES THE BRIDE, followed by ONCE SMITTEN, TWICE SHY and ADDICTED TO LOVE.

In the first book, THERE GOES THE BRIDE we are introduced to four friends; Delaney, Tish, Rachael and Jillian. In each of the stories one of the four friends make a wish on a magical wedding veil.

ALL OF ME is a poignant love story between Jillian and Tuck. Each of them have had their share of ups and downs, both needing salvation.

Jillian is a cynical, hardened lawyer who suddenly finds herself in dire need for a new life after her mentor and best friend dies and she loses her job. When she inherits a cottage far from her current life she hopes this is the answer to her prays.

Tuck has lived a charmed life up until recently when his wife dies. He retreats from his former life to a small town in Colorado. He's living in a neglected lake cottage which belonged to his wife.

The two must discover which of them is the true owner of the cottage and in the meantime come to terms with the sizzling chemistry they immediately feel for each other. The two clearly are attracted to each other but both have emotional baggage to deal with.

From their first meeting the two have a quick witty banter.

We are introduced to a few secondary characters who add charm and humor to the story. Ms. Wilde supplies just enough interaction with these characters and a very clear description of the town to give the reader an apt depiction of the setting.

Each book stands totally on its own so you don't have to read them in order. Once you've read ALL OF ME, and I recommend that you do, do yourself a favor and read the others. (If you haven't already!)

There Goes the Bride
Once Smitten, Twice Shy
Addicted to Love (Wedding Veil Wishes)

All of Me
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars 2 1/2 stars. A disappointing final book in the series. 6 April 2010
By Laura B - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Mass Market Paperback
This is the fourth and final installment in the Wedding Veil Wishes series.

I enjoyed the first three books of the series and the previous one (Addicted to Love) was my favorite. I had high hopes for this book. Unfortunately, it falls flat for me. The characters are fine, the story is okay, but the details are terrible.

I was irritated with the way Jillian reacted to first meeting Tuck--it barely seemed to tip her radar. For someone who does not believe in magic and then the man in her dream enters her life, I would think she would be more shaken--maybe not visibly, but mentally. She just seems to blow it off.

The fertility storyline for Tuck's sister had to be the most annoying. I am very particular about these types of stories being someone who has dealt with all aspects of infertility. Although it started out with some inaccuracies, it ended terribly and made me want to smack Evie (Tuck's sister). I HATED this part of the book.
The premise of the story was obvious and when it was finally revealed, was blah. Nothing felt exciting or fresh. It was all just blah. Even the epilogue was blah. I ended the book thinking, "that's it?"

I rarely give poor ratings, but this one just failed for me. The chemistry between the characters was weak. The story was weak. I just did not believe in the story. I read it because it finished the series, but I would have been much happier had I stopped with the previous book.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars An ok read 8 April 2009
By Cheryl Koch - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Mass Market Paperback
Attorney Jillian Samuels enjoys her job but she is ready to get away for some much needed peace and quiet. Jillian doesn't realize just how quickly she will get that R & R. Jillian's mentor passes away and leaves Jillian with the keys to his cottage. It is located in small town Salvation, Colorado. So Jillian packs up her things and hits the road for Colorado.

Tuck Manning is getting over the death of his wife. What someone neglected to inform him is that his life would be suddenly in a up heave with a unwanted guest. So you can imagine his surprise when in walks a beautiful woman...claiming that she is the new owner of the cottage and for him to get out. Jillian agrees to allow Tuck to stay for a few days on the condition that he can produce the papers showing he is the supposedly rightful owner of the cottage. Besides Tuck is pretty handy with his hands as well as easy on the eyes.

All of Me is the latest release from contemporary and comedic author, Lori Wilde. This book is also part of the Wedding Veil Wishes series. I have to tell you that I have read several novels by Ms. Wilde and enjoyed them all. All of them have this great sense of humor. So I was excited to read this latest story. Sadly though this book missed some of its shimmer. While I thought Jillian and Tuck were good together I didn't feel the passion I kept waiting for. All of Me only had some of me and though it didn't win me over this time I hope that Ms. Wilde does next time.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Another amazing read from Ms. Wilde! 23 July 2013
By Erika Lang - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition
This was yet another great read from Ms. Wilde this is the last book in her Wedding Veil Wishes series which is the series that turned me onto Ms. Wilde. It is about Tuck Manning a widower who cant seem to move past his wife's death even though its been two years and Jillian Samuels who doesn't believe in magic or true love because she has been burned one to many times in the past. Despite all that when these two get together it is pure chemistry and heat that they both try very hard to at first ignore and then as the story goes on and they realize they cant ignore it any more they try to explain it off as just pure lust. I loved this story line the characters the supporting characters it was all well put together. It had its funny moments its sad moments and its everything in between moments if you have not read this book or any book by Ms. Wilde then you definitely should because you are missing out on some fantastic stories and characters.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Best Read In a Long Time 27 July 2009
By Abi 1 - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Mass Market Paperback|Verified Purchase
Two people needing a new start in life are brought together in Salvation, Colorado by a paranormal wedding veil and a vision in an Indian sweat lodge.

She (Jillian) is a cynical Assist. DA from Houston who has never known love and has reached a place in her life that everyone and everything has disappointed her. Her mother abandoned her at age 3, her father died when she was 5, and her step-mother resented raising her husbands illigetimate child. The high point of her childhood was when she was 9 her step-mother put 2 pieces of coal in the Christmas stocking she had hung hoping Santa would love her. Her only friends have all found 'true love' and her father-figure/mentor dropped dead of an inoperable brain tumor.

He (Tucker) is a gifted architect from the Big Apple who abandoned his career to try to save his dying wife. After spending all his savings trying to find a cure for his wife's (Aimee) cancer, she dies in the hometown she loved as a child, Salvation, Colorado. Aimee's father (the mentor/father figure of Jillian) deeds the family home to Tucker. At the same time, he leaves the home to the Jillian in his will and makes her the exectitrix.

After losing her mentor and her job, Jillian packs up everything in a u-haul and heads to Salvation. Tucker has spent two years in limbo mourning the death of Aimee. Before they meet in person, they meet in a vision that packs dynamite.

Lori Wilde is a supurb author who spins a poignant tale of two lost souls stumbling into each others paths. She introduces secondary characters with just enough detail and action to fill out the story and make you think of them as friends. And,she weaves a sometimes serious, sometimes humorous, and always tender love story that will stay with you long after you finish the last page.

This is the fourth and final book in the 'Wedding Veil Wishes' series. I haven't read the others yet, so I immediately went looking for them. I have ordered the 2nd and 3rd, but the first is no longer available, and I am devastated.
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