Review ~ All of You by Christina Lee
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Kick ass, man-eater, Avery goes through men as if they’re nothing. Why? What happened to her and why is she so emotionally detached? Well, that’s what her new neighbor, Bennett, wants to know.
This is a great role reversal of characters, and is the opposite of typical plots. This is the “bad girl” and the “good boy” and the plot is quite original in its way.
I loved this little story and the way Bennett, even though innocent, was HOT and rugged. I truly enjoyed every single moment of the story he was in it, and I wished he was in every scene. He truly made the story amazing.
Another great point was Bennett and Avery come from very similar backgrounds, same type of mom, and they both turned out differently. However, one of them experienced a bit of tragedy that other never did.
Avery was a strong character with a soft heart locked deep inside. She annoyed me sometimes, but that’s okay, for she was so real.
The side characters were also well done and were great additions to the story.
I recommend this book for those that love a hot tattooed guy, a tough girl, a virgin boy, a lot of UST, hot sexy times, and a great love.
Avery has just met her hot upstairs neighbor. He’s irresistible. Tattooed. And a virgin.
Nursing student Avery Michaels wants nothing to do with dating—she’s perfectly happy single. Privy to too many of her mother’s bad decisions and even worse taste in boyfriends, all Avery can handle is a string of uncomplicated hookups whenever the mood strikes.
When she meets smoking hot tattoo artist Bennett, she wants him—for just one night. But he won’t accept a no-strings-attached arrangement. He lives by a straight-laced code of values based on his own troubled upbringing.
Bennett sees something special in Avery and he wants more from her. Way more. As Avery wrestles with her emotions for Bennett, danger and tragedy force them to open up to each other. And Avery must face the terrifying realization that she wants more from him, too.
So she needs to make a choice—let Bennett go or finally let him in.