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All of You[Kindle Edition]

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Language English
Contributor(s) Gina Sorelle
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Author's Note #1: All of You is a non-cliffhanger with an HEA. <br> <br>Author's Note #2: Because I want All of You to be a good fit for potential readers, please be aware the book contains very explicit love scenes, very explicit language, and a whole lotta love. :) <br> <br>Author's Note #3: All of You is a totally standalone novel, but you may get more out of the reading experience if you read my preceding novel, All of Me, first. Both novels revolve around the same family and All of Me (obviously) takes place first! <br> <br> <br>Brilliant geneticist Kat Ciaramitaro is the only level-headed one in a big Italian family where crazy reigns supreme. A life-altering medical diagnosis seven years ago changed a lot of things, but most days, Kat handles the emotional and physical baggage just fine. Because that’s what strong women do - they stand and they deal. Alone. <br> <br>Cleveland Police Officer Danny MacDonough is broken. A childhood spent in foster care has left him feeling unwanted and unlovable, but Danny’s been making up for lost time - grabbing happiness where he can, when he can...all the while making sure no one gets too close to see the cracks in his well-honed façade. <br> <br>Eighteen months of simmering attraction finally explodes into an all-consuming, passionate relationship. But Kat is ill, Danny is wounded, and nothing about what develops between them is easy or neat. <br> <br>So with their hearts and souls on the line, Danny & Kat must ultimately decide what will win: his past, her future, or their love. <br> <br> <br>Thank you for considering All of You!!!
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Language English
Publication Date July 26, 2014
Contributor(s) Gina Sorelle
Binding Kindle Edition
Page Count 556
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  1.  Finding Each Other 1 May, 2015 On
    I was enthralled by Gina Sorelle’s debut novel ‘All of Me’ and had been wanting to read ‘All of Me’ ever since it was published last year. And I’ve finally read it!!! Though All of Me was primarily Stella and Nathan’s love story, Gina also gave us a grand peak into the Ciaramitaro family. All of You is Kat and Danny’s equally beautiful tale. While All of Me beautifully spoke about confronting physical scars in a relationship, All of Me takes a look at wounds that run a little more deeper.
    Nathan’s partner and brother Danny is hot headed, impulsive and has way too many casual hook-ups owing to a shattered childhood of broken foster homes and abusive relationships. Stella’s independent, strong and beautiful sister Kat is a smart scientist who suffers from benign multiple sclerosis. Her resolute determination to deal with her illness by herself sometimes comes off as her having a stoic disposition. At the beginning Kat and Danny do not have any great opinion about each other, but as their interactions grow, they find themselves slowly falling for each other.
    And thus begins their love story. After giving into their mutual initial sparks, both Danny and Kat have to deal with the implications of committing wholly to each other. But when old insecurities re-surface, Danny and Kat struggle to let go of old beliefs and hold on to the possibility of finding solace in each other. Danny and Kat have a lot to learn. While Danny has to learn to let go of his past and open his heart to the possibility of love, Kat has to grapple with the idea that she can be vulnerable and let herself be taken care of. Woven into the pages are well-intended family interventions, drunken moments of despair, sincere declarations of love, quiet moments of reflection and unbridled moments of passion.
    I am the kind of person who weeps with joy over a literary love stories but don’t give a s**t about love in reality. I’ve been resolute in my view that true love stories only exist within the covers of a novel or the film spools of a movie. Reading ‘All of You’ shook me up as Kat and Danny’s love was a little too real. It has left me wondering if maybe, just maybe, love in reality may not be so sordid after all. Any author who can make me re-evaluate my belief system will stay with me forever. Thank you so much Gina (I really hope that you get to read my review). I eagerly await Fi and Ben’s story.
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