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    Sweet ... and a little frustrating :)

    (4.5 stars) I’ve seen a few complaints about how much time has gone by with Devlyn sitting on the sidelines of Garrett & Mia’s life buuuut I think because Lane gives us both of their points of view we really have an understanding of where they are coming from. And come on, men (especially romance story heroes) can be so clueless about love, life, and feelings. And once he caught on he didn’t really waste any time :) You definitely have to admire Garrett’s dedication to his daughter. At 17 he stepped up and made himself into a wonderful dad and has spent the past couple of decades giving everything to Mia. He’s adorable and I loved their relationship together. You can see why, even if it is a little sad, that Devlyn has spent so long pining for him. And I think that is what readers most have an issue with. They see her as a doormat, letting the Hollis family walk all over her for 20 years. And while Garrett’s obliviousness can be a bit frustrating, it is very believable. Lane does a good job of explaining why their friendship has basically been in a holding pattern for so long and making you feel it with them as they contemplate changing it now. It’s scary, but with a little faith and love they can figure it out. **Review given honestly and freely after receipt of a reader copy. This opinion is completely my own and was not influenced in any way.**
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    Small town people with big hearts! Must Read!

    For an author to take her time with each book she puts out you can only hope that all the build up to each book is like nothing you have ever read.... Prescott Lane is an incredible author who I eagerly grab her book each time I know she’s going to release one because I KNOW she will deliver an epic book. This one had me worried like no other, excited for more each chapter, scared for the future, in tears over the amount of love this town and characters have for each other that is will be the book to read of the year. Everyone needs to read this book! Devlyn is one amazing woman who is the best friend you hope you have in your life. She sticks by Garrett and Mia for the entire time that she is needed and even more than that she wants to be there. I loved getting to know her and see her grow as a woman who knows what she wants and even in the end when she does what she does out of love. Cried HARD!!! Mia, Garrett’s daughter, sounds like an impressive young lady who grows up in this small town with everyone having a hand in helping raise her. Small town life is amazing but can also leave you without an opened mind to more. Mia is different than most girls and at moments got upset with some of the things she says but could totally see a teenage girl saying those things without thinking they could hurt anyone. I did it and I have regrets. Garrett is the dad in a small town and a single dad who had all eyes on him most of the time. He was a young dad who did his best for his one and only girl in his life, his daughter. The way these two would interact would have everyone wishing they had that type of relationship with their father. I had so many emotions during this book but end the end I always had love. Love for the people of this small town, love of Garrett and even love of Garrett’s dad, Edward. I love that Prescott had such an amazing story to tell of not only Garrett but of the entire town in some small form. I truly felt like I was sitting in my house in that town reading and would soon walk out to the latticework on the houses. Thank you for some inspiring words! Congrats on this best seller!
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    Review: All My Life

    All My Life by Prescott Lane is a standalone contemporary friends-to-lovers romance. Told in dual POV between Devlyn and Garrett the book opens with the high school valedictorian speech given by Garrett's daughter Mia and takes the reader on a wild trip into the lives of Garrett, Mia, Devlyn and how they came to be where they are at this crossroads in all their lives. Passionate, well-written and well-paced, this story was epic and awesome and I loved every minute of it. Devlyn has been in love with Garrett since the moment she laid eyes on him and they were best friends ever since. At fifteen, Devlyn experienced a switch in their friendship when an outsider came to their sleepy town for the summer. Garrett fell for Sheena and left Devlyn on the outside, still his best friend but she felt the loss of him when his romantic interest was turned to this newcomer. When Sheena returns months later, pregnant, Devlyn knows that is it for her. Determined now to be the best friend he could ever want - she is there for him the entire pregnancy and all the years he raised his daughter. Garrett was the one the town thought would get the football scholarship and go away to a great college, but when he becomes the teen parent and pariah of the town only Devlyn is there for him. Thanks to her solid friendship the town softens towards his outcast status and when he is left to parent alone, they all start to help in whatever ways they can. The whole town becomes "adoptive" parents of Mia. When things shift between Devlyn and himself he starts to question everything he thought he knew about the past 18 years. He sees everything in a different, much clearer light. Finally he is ready to give Devlyn everything she deserves and more and then a blast from the past shows back up ad throws everyones lives into turmoil. Loved this! Enjoy!
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    Beautiful and sometimes emotional (but mostly fun)

    All My Life is a beautiful and sometimes emotional (but mostly fun) contemporary romance about a single father (Garrett), who became one when he was just a teenager. I honestly thought the child would be much younger than she was (because of the cover), so that initially surprised me when I was reading the book. Garrett's daughter Mia just graduated high school, and now is on a mission for her father to finally start dating and fall in love so he won't be alone when she leaves for college. I didn't know how to feel about this direction at first, but further into the story I really started to enjoy it. Garrett had done such a great job in raising Mia, it was really fun seeing the routine they established. Of course Garrett wasn't all alone when he was taking care of his daughter, always in the background was his best friend Devlyn. Who was there every time Garrett needed advise or help with Mia. She loved him all her life, but Garrett was busy with being a single dad to notice her. However, with all the blind-dates his daughter was setting him up with, he finally saw what he needed was in front of him all his life. All My Life, isn't just a single father/friends-to-lovers contemporary romance, it is so much more. It is about a relationship between a father and daughter. And how much he had to sacrifice to give her a good life. I am super proud of Garrett and his accomplishments, and of course for being and amazing dad. I also loved that Devlyn was so dedicated to both Garrett and Mia. This book started out very fun and light-hearted, but it also had a couple of very emotional scenes that really packed a punch. I honestly couldn't contain my tears. Which is always a good thing while I am reading a book, because that means I could really connect with the characters and their feelings. My favorite scenes were between Mia and Devlyn, I just loved their dynamic. Furthermore, the short flashbacks were a great touch in me understanding the history between the characters better. There were also lots of hot and steamy scenes, which I really enjoyed reading. I am definitely looking forward to reading more books by Prescott Lane!
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    5 Awesome Stars!!

    5 Stars!! I’m just sitting here wondering where this story has been... ALL MY LIFE! All I have to say to Prescott Lane is... I want more, no I need more!! I loved it! I loved the humor, the love, and the relationships between all the characters. The relationships between Garrett and his dad, Mia and Devlyn, and of course Garrett and Mia. Every relationship had its own special bond that was perfect. I loved Garrett. From start to finish, he had me crushing on him! He had Mia young, but he did the best he could do at such a young age. He grew to be a wonderful, caring father to her. I also liked Devlyn. I felt so sad for her, always being on the outside looking in, while hoping to win over Garrett’s heart. She was the best friend anyone could have, and I loved that she never let Garrett down when he was all alone. Reading about them growing up and then watching them fall for each other was amazing! I loved their bond, and I loved that Garrett was always trying to tease her. He was always capable of turning every scenario into a sexual innuendo! “A little bit of you,” she says, leaning up and kissing me sweetly. “I only need a little bit of you.” “I’ll have to remember that,” I say, flashing her a grin. “You only need the tip.” “Garrett,” she laughs, playfully swatting my shoulder. Planting a kiss on her lips, I say, “You have all of me.” He could be playful one minute and loving the next. He seriously is the full package. Literally Bahaha!! See? I just had to give Garrett a little innuendo of his own! So, as you can see from above, I really enjoyed All My Life. If your looking for a playful, yet serious story, this would be great one for you! This is the first book I’ve read by Prescott Lane and it definitely won’t be my last!!
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