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  • A delightful story

    All the Feels by Olivia Dade is the second book in her Spoiler Alert series, however, it works well as a stand-alone novel. I so enjoyed All the Feels and it made me laugh, and made me cry, and I couldn’t put it down until it was finished. Lauren Clegg is tired and burnt out from working in the Emergency Room as a therapist and decides to go to Spain for a little vacation before deciding what to do for the rest of her life. On her first day in Spain, she meets up with her awful cousin, Ron, and he asks her to do a job for him on his film set for Garden of the Gate. She dislikes her cousin Ron immensely but decides to help him out as a favor to her mother and her aunt Katherine. Alex Woodroe is the star of the very popular show Garden of the Gates and has everything he needs. When he gets into a bar fight, his showrunner Ron decides he needs a minder in order to keep out of trouble, at least until this final season of the show is over. Now Lauren and Alex are forced together until the show is finished. I so loved this book. I loved Lauren who is short and a bit plump and has had a tough time in the world, but she doesn’t let it get her down. And being a therapist, she knows exactly how to handle Alex and his ADHD. His impulsivity and ADHD quirks are no match for Lauren, and she seems to know what he needs most. He doesn’t need a minder, he needs a friend who can understand him and Lauren is that friend. This book is chock full of funny banter and is so funny. I loved the enemies to lovers and the slow-burn romance between Lauren and Alex. The author did a superb job of describing a character (Alex) with ADHD, and even the details of how he deals with day-to-day life are right on point. I recommend All the Feels to anyone who wants a big laugh, and who enjoys a funny, yet, emotional story. I received a complimentary copy of this book. The opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.

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  • ALL the Stars!!

    This was, by far, one of the most well written books I’ve EVER read!! It’s engaging, humorous, emotional, charming and an overall exceptional read. I fell instantly in love with the characters and was completely immersed in the writing, Alex and Lauren’s love story as well as their individual lives as I read more and more. For the first time, I actually found it difficult to read an ending of a book. Not in any way because I disliked it, in fact I loved it, but because I was SO immensely attached to these characters that I didn’t want it to be over. This was my first read by Olivia Dade and from what I’ve read here between her strong, bold and brilliant heroine and the ever-charming, quit witted and valiant hero, I am all in on to read more from her. I absolutely cannot recommend this book enough, I’m over the moon about it, definitely go read it!!

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  • Big Harpy Energy!

    I loved Spoiler Alert and was so excited to hear that Alex and Lauren would be getting their own story. The first half of the book follows a similar timeline as Spoiler Alert and it was nice to see familiar events from a different POV. This is book 2 in the series and would be most enjoyed in order since it gives more backstory to the characters, but it can definitely be read as a standalone as well. All the Feels features quite a few of my favorite tropes like forced proximity, enemies to friends to lovers, slow burn, there’s only 1 bed, and even a bit of taboo (boss/employee). The periodic fanfics and scenes from Alex’s previous roles were a fun addition again between chapters and I thought they complemented the story well. Also, how perfect is the cover illustration? I love the Saroyan Stairs in the background. <3 I liked Alex and Lauren, but I didn’t find the majority of Alex’s comments and teasing towards Lauren playful or fun. Lauren’s bird-like features and roundness/physical stature are mentioned throughout the book and it just felt like too much. I wanted to root for them as a couple, but there was just something missing. I didn’t truly feel their chemistry and most of their interactions felt forced and awkward, except at the end. I’m generally not a fan of the push away due to the "this is what’s best for you" reasoning, but in this case it made sense for the characters and their growth. The final chapter and epilogue were my favorite and it was beautiful to see both Lauren and Alex finally confident and comfortable in their own skin. Even though All the Feels is a romance, I think it’s important to point out that the story is not just about romantic love. The message of loving yourself and knowing your worth is also so important. Both Alex and Lauren’s character arcs involve reconciling their feelings of self-worth and value. It’s a painful and heartbreaking journey, but ultimately an uplifting one. I both read and listened to this book and I thought Kelsey Navarro did an incredible job conveying all of the emotions and feelings during these scenes. I was very impressed by her clear vocalization of all the different characters and really enjoyed her narration. Overall, this was an entertaining novel, but sadly I didn’t love it as much as I hoped. Audiobook Review Overall 4 stars Performance 5 stars Story 3.5 stars CW: Discussion and mentions of domestic abuse (past, secondary character), fat phobia, fat shaming, physical assault, verbal abuse, ADHD *I voluntarily read and listened to an advance review copy of this book *

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  • A 5-Star Sequel

    I was very concerned that nothing could live up to the perfection of Spoiler Alert, but fear not, the sequel is sparkling perfection. I had to put it down to wheeze with laughter more than once but the heart wrenching bits are so tender I could barely stand it. One of only a few 5 star reviews I've ever given.

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  • A lovely romantic read

    Alex is one of the main actors on an extremely popular TV series with a huge following. I fell in love with Alex - he is such a likable, goofy, charming character who lives life with enthusiasm, and pulls other people along in his wake. Alex, however, has a public relations issue. He recently became involved in a public brawl and needs to stay out of trouble for the next few months. Lauren has been working as an ER social worker/therapist which is a job with heavy burnout. Her cousin is one of the show's managers and he arranges for Lauren to be Alex's babysitter - she has to be with him whenever he is in public. Alex resents being babysat but finds himself fascinated by Lauren. She reminds him of a bird, but what bird? They take a long road trip together, sometimes roughing it, and get to know each other. Lauren would not be considered attractive to most people, but Alex sees her differently. This is a lovely romance, one I know I will re-read - right after I re-read the first book. Thanks to Netgalley and publisher Avon for a review copy of this book. It was a pleasure to read and review it.

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