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All of You: Between Breaths by [Lee, Christina]
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Editorial Reviews


At its core, All of You is pure NA goodness. But the way the author has reversed the roles in terms of the experienced vs. innocence trope turns the classic model on its head, making it new and oh-so compelling. --New York Times bestselling author Jasinda Wilder
"Bennett stole my heart! If you like hot, sweet, sexy, caring good guys, he'll claim yours too." - NYT and USA Today Bestselling Author Lauren Blakely
"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 and USA Today bestselling author A. L. Jackson
"Avery is a character I can relate to more than most any other character I've ever read. She's real, she's honest, and she learns from her mistakes. All of You is a must-read, must-revel book." Smut Book Club
"Bennett is one of the best, most sexy, most drool-worthy, swoonifiying guys I've ever read. And the kisses. OMG THE KISSES!!!!! Scorching." Maryse's Book Blog
"All of You is a study in sexual tension. Avery and Bennett are drawn together in an almost magnetic way, and this makes for those delicious toe-curling moments throughout..." Heroes and Heartbreakers
"Lee's first novel is a wonder. Ripe with the beginnings of first love between two emotionally scarred people, readers will stay invested..." Romantic Times Book Review

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.

Product Details

  • File Size: 1043 KB
  • Print Length: 303 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0451469771
  • Publisher: NAL (September 17, 2013)
  • Publication Date: September 17, 2013
  • Sold by: Penguin Group (USA) LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00CX5V74I
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Not Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #230,834 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Promiscuous Heroine meets Virgin Hero - of course I would be drawn to this story like bees to honey. I love virgin heroes. Two of my all-time favorite books have virgin heroes. I really liked the idea that the roles were reversed in this story. And I liked the fact that Avery didn't apologize for her promiscuous ways.

At a party one night, Avery zeroes in on Bennett Reynolds aka `Hot Boy' from across the room. Like a lioness after her prey. She's taking him home. But when Bennett doesn't show any interest towards Avery, she feels rejected. That stung. Come to find out Bennett is her new neighbor. When Bennett intercepts someone trying to break into Avery's apartment, they become friends.

Avery is a nursing student working on getting her RN degree at the local university. She doesn't do commitments. She only does one-night-stands with no-strings attached. The men she sleeps with, whom she calls her f*** buddies, are a quick fix to sexual frustration. No emotional ties. Her issues with men stem from her childhood, when she was almost raped by her stepfather. She feels ruined. Her issues go even deeper because of her mother, who has always had a string of men come and go out of her life; always putting them before her children.

Bennett is a tattoo artist and comes from a similar background as Avery. They're able to connect since they both come from broken homes. But the one thing they don't have in common is the number of sexual partners. Bennett is a virgin and his philosophy on sex is the opposite of Avery's. He wants to save himself for when he falls in love. He's a commitment kind of guy. The first time Bennett sees Avery, he's actually very attracted her. He sees something special in her that he's drawn to.
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A male virgin. We don't see many of those in books, do we? I think I can count on one hand (maybe two, if I really dig through my book memories) the number of times I have read about one. In the literary world, male virgins are the equivalent of Bigfoot, or the Chupacabra, or other creatures made famous by urban legends. Do they really exist, or are they just a figment of our imaginations?

They exist alright, and as proven by Mr. Hottie McHotterson, aka our hero, Bennett, they can be every bit as swoonworthy as the more experienced heartthrobs we're used to reading about.

But I digress. This is supposed to be a review about the entire book, right? Right. So let's talk about it!

The story begins with a crash-and-burn at a party, is followed soon after by an almost-crime, and then it's off to the Avery and Bennett races as a relationship is slowly formed. And what a relationship it is! Sweet and gentle, and fiery and passionate by turns, it totally sucked me in. I looooove when there is sexual tension between characters, and let me tell you, there is a LOT of tension between Avery and Bennett. Holy smokes! I am pretty sure that my skin was steaming during certain parts. Christina Lee did a fabulous job turning the smallest actions into big, sexually-charged moments.

Avery....oh, Avery, Avery, Avery. Girl's got issues, for sure, but they were issues I understood. She was the way she was for some very good reasons, and that helped me accept some of her not-so-great decisions. Yes, Avery was flawed, but she's got a heap-ton of redeeming qualities too. More than anything, though, she was real, and for me, that was everything. I was completely invested and caught up in her story. The pages practically turned themselves.

As for Bennett....
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Five Words to describe this book: Engaging. Sexy. Sensual. Beautiful. Emotional. I absolutely loved this book. All Of You was a bit different than your normal romance. The typical roles were reversed. Avery was the girl that didn’t do relationships and slept around and Bennett was this hot, sweet, tattooed artist, and that happened to be a virgin. Yup, a guy virgin. That fact alone had me so intrigued by this story.

I really enjoyed Avery’s character. She wasn’t your typical girl. She was fiercely independent, tough, and utterly protective of her younger brother Adam. She had witnessed her mother’s bad decisions when it came to relationships and she didn’t want that for herself. An incident in her past changed her in a lot of ways. It made her distrusting of most men. She avoided relationships because she didn’t want to leave herself vulnerable to anyone. Avery learned to keep most of her feelings and emotions hidden.

Avery and Bennett meet a college party and she’s immediately attracted to him. She’s used to guys perusing her but it throws her off when he doesn’t seem interested. When they meet again it turns out Bennett is her new neighbor. Things between them are casual until an incident brings them closer together. She didn’t want to seem weak but Bennett truly helped her when she needed it. He was sweet, kind, and protective.

“It was so difficult to completely relinquish control. Letting go for Bennett would mean something different now. Because after last night, we’d become something different. Something real.”

Bennett was such an amazing character. He was sweet and protective but most of all he made Avery comfortable with him. He had his reason for waiting to have sex and I completely respected them.
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