create with one touch has me searching for her, even when there’s also
something dark underneath her bright smile.
giving her all of me while expecting all of her.
Kerry’s 4 Blush Review
All of You All of Me is beautifully written. It captivates you from the very beginning until the very end. There’s that one book that reaches in a pulls you in every direction and it will be this one. The topics are real and the events are true. Claudia has done her research on all accounts. At times it’s harsh and hard to get through, but it is so worth it.
Willow and Hunter both are struggling with different illnesses. Willow’s is due to chemical imbalances in her brain. Hunter’s is due to a traumatic event which is 9/11. They both struggle through life. It not only effects themselves but it effects the ones they love. The bonds they both have with family is so strong. Hunter’s brothers will melt your heart. They are so protective over Willow and her sister.
Willow and Hunter’s journey through life and relationships aren’t easy. We see all different aspects good and bad. They are both fighting demons of their past and present. Most of all, we see the love they have for one another and how it’s almost destructive. The growth that both characters go through is hard, but also something they both need.
I strongly recommend this book. The depths that this book goes into may not be for everyone but it’s so worth reading. The emotions and feels of this story are indescribable and will make your heart full. Even in the darkest moments in life, there’s a light at the end of the tunnel.
caffeine-injected soap opera.She lives in Colorado working for a small IT company, managing her household
filled with three confused dogs, her geek husband, two daughters wrought with
fandoms and a son who thinks he’s the boss of the house. To survive she works
continually to find purpose for the voices flitting through her head, plus she
consumes high quantities of chocolate to keep the last threads of sanity