All of You by Christina Lee
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Unattached with no plans to ever fall into the path of a relationship, Avery Michaels lives her life happily single. After watching her mother’s merry-go-round of bad decisions her whole life, Avery has no strings attached hookups when she feels like it. Now though she wants that with Bennett, but Bennett doesn’t seem all that eager to fall into bed.
Bennett has his own hang-ups from watching his mother’s relationship and has decided to stay a virgin until he meets the woman who he can find love and happiness with. He thinks that woman maybe Avery, but Avery is not quite on board with his plan. After a rocky start though, Avery begins to trust Bennett and sees a different side of what maybe if she is willing to give it a chance.
Hauntingly beautiful. There is a rawness to Avery, she is tough but vulnerable and you find yourself softening to her despite the hard edge she tries to keep in place. I thought Bennett was a remarkable character, he is the epitome of don’t judge a book by it’s cover. Excellent story.
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