Review: All of Me by Lori Wilde

all-of-meFrom the back of the book:

Can two broken hearts become one?

Attorney Jillian Samuels doesn’t believe in true love and never, ever wished for happily ever after. But when a searing betrayal eaves her jobless and heartbroken, a newly inherited cottage in Salvation, Colorado, seems to offer a fresh start. What she finds when she arrives shocks her: The most gorgeous and infuriating man she’s ever met is living in her home!

Tuck Manning was a gifted architect who left a sky-rocketing career to care for his dying wife. But the life he’s made for himself in this quiet town is turned upside down when Jillian appears on his doorstep. tuck won’t go without a fight, and the two resolve to live as roommates until they can untangle who owns the cottage. Yet as Tuck and Jillian’s day – and nights – heat up, they realize more than property rights are at stake…and that sometimes, salvation comes when you least expect it.

This is the last book in the Wedding Veil Wishes series by Lori Wilde. I have to admit that I didn’t really care for Jillian in the previous three books. Her cynical take on love and marriage put me off, but it was good to read her falling in love and learning to be whole. Tuck is still getting over the loss of his wife and feels the same way about love that Jillian does – it just isn’t for him anymore. These two have chemistry from the very beginning and obviously were meant for each other. The writing is great, with conversations flowing and the plot moving along at the perfect pace. I was sad to see this series end. My only complaint about this book was the other characters from the previous books, Jillian’s friends, weren’t in the story much. I missed the friends interactions with each other. But, it was very realistic. As friends get married and start families it is hard to stay in touch the way they do when single. I can’t wait for the next book by Lori Wilde.

the book girl gives ALL OF ME 4/5.

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