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    Love the Seattle Sullivans

    In true Belle Andre fashion, All I Ever Need gives us a fantastic glimpse into the lives of two people who don't realize they are perfect for each other. It provides us with a final look into the Sullivan's of Seattle with the one Sullivan - Adam - who believed he would never find "the one" for him. It introduces us to Rafe and Brooke's wedding planner, Kerry, who is a sucker for love and is looking for her "happily ever after" It is a wonderful dichotomy in that while Kerry believed she was looking for her happily ever after, and Adam wasn't looking for anything permanent, the reality is quite the opposite. The author does a wonderful job of having both Adam and Kerry travel a path from one end of the spectrum to the other, passing each other on the way in opposite directions, and not even realizing it. The transition was so subtle for both of them, and I really enjoyed how the author had Adam and Kerry realize what was happening to them - in each case, it was like they were being hit upside the head with a cast iron skillet in order to get their attention to realize what was happening to them! Adam was a wonderful character. While he was reputed to be a "playboy", I think he was so much more than that. A man who dated many women but committed to none, his commitment to his family and friends demonstrates that he is more than capable to committing - he just hadn't found the right woman. While he scoffs at the "love at first sight" his brothers and cousins experienced, he realizes quickly when it happens to him. He can't label it as "love" for a while but it is. His wooing of Kerry was definitely unique and sweet, but his true dedication to her was demonstrated in every action. If I had to give Adam a "love language", I think acts of service pegs him pretty well. While Kerry believes she's looking for happily ever after, the reality is much more complex. While she thinks she's been holding out for her perfect match, she really was just holding on to her fear of loss and her actions towards most of the people in her life demonstrate she's acting from a place of fear. She treads lightly in her relationships for fear of losing them, as she did her father. So I'm not sure she was looking for her happily ever after at all, because deep down and I'm not sure she thought he existed. As Adam and Kerry each transitioned in what they believed were their wants and needs, it drove them towards each other. It was interesting to watch as their roles changed, with Adam taking on the mantra of "happily ever after" and Kerry stepping back. I loved Adam's patience as he realized Kerry's struggles and was sensitive to them, yet determined to achieve his ultimate goal - a permanent relationship with Kerry. I really appreciated the relationship between Adam and his father in this book - it's as if his father was his conscience, and it felt like the conversations Adam was having with his father were really him working things out in his mind with her father serving as his sounding board. I'm not sure his father needed to says much at all as he was really just saying to Adam what he couldn't admit to himself. All in all, this was a nice conclusion to the Seattle Sullivans - with a brief introduction to the East Coast Sullivans, which will enable us to continue our love affair with the Sullivans on either coast!
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    Amazing

    Bella Andre with her Sullivan's never dissapoints, can't wait for more
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    ALL I EVER NEED IS YOU

    One of the most beautifully written books i have ever read. No cursing or swearing and no very explicit love scenes.Well done Bella Andre, 5 stars
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    Loved it!

    Wow!!!! Bella Andre has done it again, Adam & Kerry's story is awesome, heart warming, sexy to the HOT. Didn't want to put this book down until it was finished. I think that the Sullivan Series has become my very favorite series ever. Kerry owns a wedding planning business & is helping Adam's brother Rafe & his fiancée Brooke with their wedding. Adam is an acclaimed architect & building restoration expert. They are brought together by some matchmaking but Kerry isn't buying what Adam is selling. Neither is looking for anything out of their new friendship except fun sex but what they get is totally different. She's looking for forever with someone who won't destroy her heart like she thinks playboy & perpetual bachelor Adam will do. Adam isn't looking for anything permanent just fun, he's not the marrying kind. Until after they spend their first night together & neither can get enough of the other, thus tainting the pool of future relationships. Their 1 night/week at a hotel for fun sex on the QT turns into a speeding train that neither want to put the brakes on right away, until Kerry's family history comes to get in her way. Can they find a way around the no relationship deal? Do they want to? Will Adam finally see that there is someone out there for him...his forever person his Kerry? Definite recommend to read, if you haven't read the series yet I suggest that it's a must as well.
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    All I Ever Need Is You

    This was a really good story, but I love Bella Andre's books. It seems a bit formulaic, but the chemistry between Ian and Kerry is hot. I would recommend this book.
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