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- Print Length: 307 pages
- Publication Date: January 16, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01MUBHWF3
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- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #345,907 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Liam stole my heart from the very beginning. He had such a big heart and was such a good man despite the fact he was down on his luck and living on the streets. Max was an enigma for me. I couldn't believe he was as bad as he was made out to be and I couldn’t understand why he was the way he was. Then there were all the other characters who really made the story complete. Waverly was truly stepped on by Max and left with some emotional scars. Helen is Liam’s younger sister who fears she’s losing her brother.
I don’t want to give away the story so I’m going to keep the review this simple: I loved the way the story took shape. I enjoyed watching all of the characters come to their realizations as the book progressed. I LOVED the epilogue and just hope there is more to come from this story sometime soon.
Though this was the first book I have read, I can’t wait to go back and dive into her other books! Wonderful story telling that I couldn’t hardly put down when I started reading.
“If you’re a praying man…pray for a miracle.”
BN Toler delivers one unforgettable story with To Have It All. From the first to last page I was totally captivated, engrossed and immersed in Liam, Max and Waverly’s story. I don’t think I could do this book justice to be honest, sometimes an author manages to grab you heart and soul with their words and this was one of those instances, they don’t come around very often but when they do, you scream about them. READ THIS BOOK!!
“What I’d give to have it all.”
This was such a unique story, a story where miracles can and do happen. Where karma is real and works in mysterious ways, but all for the greater good. Each and every page was memorable in some way or another, every character had meaning and merit and the paranormal twist was delivered seamlessly and yet has you yearning that things like this could happen in reality.
“It’s funny how sometimes people with the least give the most.”
Sometimes people need a wakeup call, sometimes they are their own worst enemy. Sometimes, while people think you have it all…in fact you have nothing, well nothing that really means anything, nothing of substance, nothing that makes you want to wake up in the morning. Money isn’t the be all and end all, money definitely doesn’t maketh the man, what is inside does and when that has nothing to give…karma jumps in.
“It was not his life I wished to save, but rather his soul.”
Liam was a stunning character from start to finish with a heart the size of Texas. Yes, he was homeless, but he was a man that once had a great job, had his apartment and enjoyed life until an accident took it away. Unable to work, he lost his income, his apartment, had mounting medical bills and lost everything he owned. It could happen to anyone. Liam was a proud man, he was embarrassed at how his life had turned out and as such couldn’t go to his sister for help. He didn’t want to burden her with his problems, so he turned to the streets.
“The streets had stolen more than my hope, taking their pounds of flesh.”
Max had it all, millions in the bank, a fancy penthouse, made to measure suits, but personally, he had no-one. Anyone that meant something he had either lost or pushed away. He was a man that was confused about the person he was and the man that he wanted to be. He had been consumed by the trappings of wealth, of power, of status and grandiose, even though the man underneath secretly wanted more. He was a man that battled himself and it was a constant fight. He was a man that didn’t know what he wanted, until he lost it.
“Hate is love’s nemesis, yet the two are so closely linked; almost hand and hand. You can only hate someone if you love them.”
When Liam saves Max’s life by pushing him out of the way of an oncoming bus, little did he know that this one act of heroism would affect him for the rest of his life. Little did he know that he would have to live the life of another, with no rhyme or reason why, confused and unsettled until it became obvious that there was in fact a reason, it was life altering, decisions needed to be made, that had far reaching effects.
“I want you to know you made my last days on this earth better than any of the days before I met you.”
BN Toler, I take my proverbial hat off to you. I adored everything about this book. There was nothing I didn’t like or love. From Waverly, to Hellcat, to little Prim, to Pearl and every other character in between. This was an emotional and thought provoking read, a read that has you thinking about the what if’s and the endless possibilities. A book whereby sense tells you it is all so wrong, yet your emotions say it is oh so right. A book that grabs your heart strings from the get go and plucks a regular tune throughout, a tune that builds in crescendo until a string snaps and doesn’t start again until the restringing is done. A book that will stay with you for a long time, a book where I felt everything for all the main characters, a book whereby tears were shed and many more smiles were given.
“He saw a man that had everything—that had it all. His all. “Lucky man.””
This book was super clever, intelligently thought out and expertly written. A real gem of a read and one that will definitely be on my favourites list of the year and in fact of all time. Seriously, read this book!! Stunning, stunning, stunning.
When I read the synopsis and saw she had a new release I knew I had to sign up. Once I began reading I was intrigued. For the first 20 percent I couldn't put it down. Then once I passed that percentage I struggled a little. It was a slow read for awhile. Then as I rounded the end the emotions started to hit me. The realization as to how this story would end or could end. The ending unclear. I began to evaluate what kind of ending I wanted. What kind of ending would satisfy me most? And as I thought about it I wasn't sure there was a win win situation for any of the characters especially little Pim.
However, BN beautifully crafted her words into a bittersweet little package by the end. Complete with a big red bow.
The characters you meet in this book are very much real. At times I couldn't stand Waverly. Then I'd think to myself "wait a minute I act insecure like her too." So then I would instantly sympathize with her and tell her to stop being a drama queen. But it is the typical story of a woman scorned and we have all been that woman at some point in our lives.
Max, he's a jerk, a douche, and many other horrible names. But he does the most selfless thing by the end of the story. That's the bittersweet little package with the red bow I talked about before.
Liam may possibly steal your heart. I know he did mine. I wouldn't say he was given this beautiful typical book boyfriend persona. But instead he had a rough way to go and had to fight every step of the way.
Okay, so enough with my ramblings if BN is a normal one click for you don't doubt this book and go ahead and one click as soon as it goes on sale. Take your time with it and don't devour it. It's best read so you can process all your emotions. Don't forget to grab your tissues, comfy blanket, and maybe a glass of wine.
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Karma, what a great character! Loved the way this all unfolded.