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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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    ***4.5 Stars***

    ***4.5 Stars*** Single parent? Best Friends to Lovers? Um. Yes. Please. Those are two tropes that reel me in and I have to say I really enjoyed All My Life. It did surprise me a bit at the start, in a good way, but once I got over that and got deeper into the book (well, into the first two chapters) I found I really liked the route the author took with Devlyn and Garrett’s journey. It was sweet, funny, full of heart and was easy to get lost in and want more when everything was said and done. It was hard to NOT fall in love with Garrett. He adores his daughter and puts her first in every way possible, but does in such a way that he doesn’t spoil her rotten. This isn’t to say that he doesn’t carve out a little time for himself, because he does, but it never interferes with her needs. He’s a little cynical when it comes to a romantic kind of love, but his heart isn’t as cold and walled off as he thinks it is. Now, considering how this book starts off, I will admit that I had pictured Devlyn in a certain light before even meeting her, and it wasn’t a horrible one, just a little...greyish. But after meeting her I can readily admit I was wrong (see one should never assume anything). She’s vibrant, sassy and comfortable in her own skin. She loves her job and is one of those people who gives simply because it’s the right thing to do. Garrett and Devlyn’s journey to their HEA was a fun one. The situation that was the catalyst to jump starting their romance wasn’t expected, but was a definitely unique and I really enjoyed how things evolved between them. In some ways things happened quickly, but considering how long they knew each other, it worked for me. I loved their bantering and even though they had their awkward moments, there was a flow between them that worked. The bumps in the road had me growling, not gonna lie, but I loved how everything worked out in the end for them. I’ve waffled over explaining more about why I was surprised in the beginning, but as the synopsis doesn’t reveal it, I’m going to follow suit. What I can say is that I really did enjoy the route the author took with this one and how she showed me who the characters were in the past and present. As for Mia, I loved the girl. I did. She was vibrant and acted as I expected a girl of her age to act and react. So if you love the whole single parent/best friends to lovers trope and are looking for a fun, sweet read with a lot of heart, then this is a must read! ~ Copy provided by Social Butterfly PR & voluntarily reviewed ~
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    A beautiful story!

    4.5 stars All my Life is the first book I have read by the author and it was certainly a beautiful story that I wasn’t sure would have a happy ending to be quite honest! I love books that are about single fathers and Garrett certainly lived up to his name! He doted and adored Mia, making her his priority and not wanting anything to get in his way even having his friend Devlyn by his side in just about everything they did... This book had a slow burn feel to it and I really sympathized with Devlyn, in all honesty, she had a real heart of gold! Can Garrett open his heart again and love someone? Or has Mia’s birth mother running away caused him to settle for being alone! My emotions were all over the place, I laughed, cried and sighed and I truly wished for a beautiful outcome! I really did enjoy this beautiful story of love that comes when you least expect it or you come to realize what was in front of you... I would definitely want to read more from the author!
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    3.5 STARS!

    3.5 STARS! I haven’t read a a Prescott Lane book in a while but when I saw a single father/friends to lovers story, I was excited to pick this one up. Heartfelt, emotional, and that small town feel I love, I enjoyed this book. Garrett had Mia when he was 16 years old... going from the town hero to ostracized in the snap of a finger. But Devlyn his best friend never gave up on him, always staying by his side to raise his beloved daughter. Now 18 years old, Mia is about to go to college while worrying about her young dad being alone, never truly living his life. With a little bit of meddling on her part, he is forced on some dates never realizing what was always right in front of him. And let’s not even get into when the mother who left Mia as a baby returns to town to claim her “right” to be in her daughter’s life... ugh! There were so many things I loved about this story... the love between a father and his daughter, Mia’s relationship with Devlyn and of course the grandfather. The sexy times were hot and I was beyond ecstatic for Garrett to finally have his eyes opened to who was always there for him! But that’s where I also had a problem honestly... it took Garrett EIGHTEEN YEARS to figure out how much Devlyn meant to him! When she basically helped raise his child and put her life on hold, he didn’t realize the treasure he always had. It made me so mad because I wanted MORE for Devlyn... she deserved MORE! I can’t even get into them waiting to tell Mia at the return of her birth mother because why did this good woman always have to wait?!?!? And I know that Mia is young and didn’t intentionally mean to hurt Devlyn with her words but I was frustrated with her initial trust of her birth mother... a woman she never knew and could invest so much into her from day 1. I would have assumed there would be more skepticism, but she was won over very quickly :( I did enjoy this book very much honestly... the writing was very good, the story intriguing to the point I couldn’t put it down. I just wish some things were different. I would most definitely read this author again!
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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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