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All of You: Between Breaths by [Lee, Christina]
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"Five words to describe this book (and you'll get this once you read it): hot, sweet, emotional, page-turner, awesome."--Monica Murphy, "New York Times" bestselling author of "One Week Girlfriend"
"With "All of You, " Christina Lee has crafted a fresh and fascinating twist on the classic love story. At its core, " All of You" is pure NA goodness, full of mistrust and hardened hearts, angst and anguish, hot and steamy scenes, and a satisfying HEA."--"New York Times "bestselling author Jasinda Wilder
"A one-sitting read simply because I could not put it down. From steamy to sweet and every emotion in between, Christina Lee had me glued to the pages in her unforgettable debut, "All of You." This is one New Adult you don't want to miss."--"New York Times "bestselling author A. L. Jackson
"I absolutely loved it!" --Maryse's Book Blog
"Bennett stole my heart! If you like hot, sweet, sexy, caring good guys, he'll claim yours too."--"New York Times "bestselling author Lauren Blakely

About the Author

Christina Lee is also the author of "Before You Break." She lives outside of Cleveland with her husband and son--her two favorite guys. Reading has always been her favorite pastime, so creating imaginary worlds has become a dream job. She also owns her own jewelry business, where she hand-stamps meaningful words or letters onto silver for her customers.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1043 KB
  • Print Length: 303 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0451469771
  • Publisher: NAL (17 Sept. 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00CX5V74I
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 13 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #247,570 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This is a superb debut. Not only has Christina Lee proven herself to be a great writer, but she's taken the new adult genre and given us something with a unique fresh twist. Yes, boy meets girl, boy likes girl, girl fights feelings, boy doesn't give up, but boy is untouched. We have no twenty-something virgin girlies in this book, but we do have a tattooed virgin man and this is just one of the many things I loved about All of You.

Both Avery and Bennett were such easy characters to love and I became invested in their journey pretty much from the minute they met. There were moments when I wanted to shake Avery, but there were just as many where my heart absolutely went out to her. She has huge emotional barriers surrounding her but Bennett is the most understanding, protective and patient man. He may be a virgin, but that's simply a technicality because he knows how to treat a lady, he's just not met one deserving of all of him...

It's romantic, passionate, sexy, heartwarming and touching and I couldn't put it down. If you are a fan of NA reads, irrespective of your age (I'm mid thirties!), you won't be at all disappointed.
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Christina Lee has quickly become one of my all-time favourite YA romance novelists. Her debut is the kind of novel that you will want to re-read on a regular basis because you will struggle to find another novel that compares where emotional fulfillment is concerned. While her latest novel seemed a bit rushed, you can tell that this first one has had the time to mature into a first class romance novel that will have you invest yourself into the story from chapter 1. Bennet is the kind of guy that you'll secretly like to marry, and Avery is a heroine that you will easily relate to. If you enjoy quality YA romance, then you will devour this!
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Bennett is the perfect man. Like he basically makes you love him sooo easily with his big heart, sexy looks and complete honesty!! He isn't afraid to show how he feels and has a kind of innocent seduction vibe going on. Yes the book is about Avery, but for Avery everything is about him. He kind of saves her in a way, makes her see herself as someone who doesn't have to sell herself short because she does deserves love. Everybody needs a bennett!!!
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Great story and plot, I love how the roles are reversed! Their relationship is cute and hot but also serious, deep and sensual, I loved it! Although, I did find this book VERY predicting, I predicted what was going to happen in every bit, without giving anything away, and I was right, but I was relieved that for once the male was nice, and not arrogant and cocky, I've read my fair share of those!
Great work, and amazing writing and description
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I had been anxiously waiting to get my greedy little hands on All of You, I'm so glad to say it was worth the wait.

For being Christina Lee's début foray into New Adult, I say she has done a great job. I loved the characters, flaws and all. The story evoked emotion from me and I always enjoy that in a read, it makes me feel connected to the characters and their journey.

The storyline follows the common New Adult formula of broken girl with a tortured past meeting her White Knight on the road to recovery. At the beginning I did worry that I had read it all before however, Christina's writing and her characterisation more than makes up for the similarities.

Avery is a good time girl, she is not looking to lay down roots and she certainly isn't looking for more than a one night stand. So what is it about Bennett Reynolds that changes the game? Most likely his good looks, hot tattooed body and his heart of gold. I loved Bennett. He had the right combination of the bad boy looks mixed with the good boy charm. Perfect, right?

Avery was stubborn with her reluctance to let Bennett in, but with her past it was understandable why she couldn't trust anyone new to her. I enjoyed the introduction of Mrs. Jackson and the mystery of the intruder in Avery's apartment, I felt these elements brought something different to the story. And the five words or less thing? Those scenes were so sweet and probably my favourite part of the story.

Bennett was a deep soul. I really liked the poetry element and the meaning behind his tattoos. Even though Bennett was a virgin, he was in no way an inexperienced guy. The sexual tension was palpable and there were plenty of sexy times to enjoy ;) The scene in the tattoo parlour was sizzling.
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By Jenny, Wondrous Reads TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 12 Oct. 2013
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All of You is a book I didn't think I'd enjoy as much as I did. I got completely lost in the story and was so invested in Avery and Bennett's relationship that I couldn't bear to stop reading. Yes it had its cheesy parts and hardcore sexy times, but I think I'm getting used to that now when it comes to New Adult books. Seems it's part and parcel of the genre!

Avery is a single girl living the no strings single life, looking out for her brother and working in a nursing home. She's happy where she's at and doesn't intend to fall for anyone, least of all kind, hot tattoo artist Bennett. There are many obstacles in their way -- most of them stemming from Avery's commitment aversion -- and the slow, winding development of their relationship is amongst the best I've read recently.

Both Bennett and Avery have their flaws, of course, but they make them who they are and show a side of realism that I like my contemporary characters to have. There's no perfection to their lives, they are who they are and still it works. There's layer upon layer of angst and drama in All of You, but it never feels forced or like it couldn't actually happen in real life. I like that about a book.

Although Bennett is supposed to be super hot (of course), that is never his defining feature. He has a soul, feelings and emotions, and he's the virgin in the story, rather than Avery. That right there is a genre stereotype flipped on its head, and a welcome one at that. It's no fun reading the same thing over and over, so well done to Christine Lee for mixing things up a bit.

Avery is a girl I didn't like much to start with, but she grew on me. I especially like her other life, the life of a care worker, and how that affected her in all aspects of what she did.
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