Cayson is in love with Skye Preston, his best friend for over 20 years. They grew up together, bathed together, and spent every holiday together. Hoarding the secret hasn't been easy. Every time Cayson sees her with a boyfriend, he wants to smash his fist into a wall.
But he could never tell her the truth.
The close friendship they have is too good to be ruined. If he confessed his deepest feelings, how would it change what they have? Would he lose her altogether?
But everything changes when Cayson finds Skye at a party, drunk and incoherent. Unable to stand on her own two feet, with breath reeking of alcohol, she's easy prey for the men staring at her noticeable chest. Cayson immediately scoops her into his arms and takes her home. But when they arrive at the house, Skye doesn't want to sleep. Instead, she wants Cayson in a way she never has before.
What will this mean for their relationship? Is it the start of something Cayson has always dreamed of? Or will it be the end?
Author's note: This audiobook does not end with a cliffhanger.
©2014 E. L. Todd (P)2015 E. L. Todd
I love the story, it's a pleasure that the story consit of thoughtful and intelligent young adults. What I mean you rarely read or hear about
Young adults who love and respect their parents and extended family
I give this book 5 stars because of the ending of book
I liked the story, best friends falling in love. Very sweet, but it had some issues. The characters are a bit too "perfect", especially Cason, but I could overlook that. It piles up though... The "family" feels very clanish. At points it felt like a mafia family. I'm not a feminist and I enjoy chivalry and dominant males in a good romance, but this was all about the dads being in control over everyone else, and I didnt find it sexy or even romantic... just overbearing. I enjoyed the story, but I don't see myself continuing the series. The narrators were ok, but Fauna should work on her voices, or stick to her own. The male voices she attempted distracted from the story.
Loved this author and this story. Will definitely read more books by EF Todd. Thank you for writing such a delightful book.
I hate not giving good reviews. But this book just made me mad. They didn't even get together until the last 10 minutes. There was so much angst that I just wanted it to be over. And after all the other great review I had such high hopes.
I sometimes struggle with new adult stories, and this is one of my struggles. I am at the age that an NA book has to have a good solid story that moves at a decent pace to keep my attention. All I Want Is you seems too superficial to me.
I can handle young people making bad decisions when they are young. I can't stand the repetition. It rubbed me wrong when the young people have loving parents and the kids "Eww" so much. It is phony and unbelievable. I get if they are embarrassed by the affection, but they live with the mutual love their entire life.
To much push-pull makes me crazy too. This story had way too much push-pull. Cayson is a good guy, and Skye is a good female character. They don't act like the near-geniuses that they supposedly are.
The narrators didn't work for me either. They tried to take on different voices, but it didn't come across. It is possible that they are new to the business and they will improve with practice. For now, I suggest they stay with their natural voice and add inflection when appropriate. They have an excellent quality to their tone.
In my opinion, the story will work much better for someone under thirty. A younger person can look past some of the craziness.
This could have been a good story but the plot wasn't developed enough for some of the characters. The narration was so bad that too much of it sounded as if being read by people just learning how to read, not knowing where to put emphasis in the sentences. Some of the male characters came across as dumb, the females as twangy. Very disappointing. I Ike Todd's work but not this !!
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