Everything for Her

For Her, Book 1
Narrated by: Summer Morton, Jay Crow
Series: For Her, Book 1
Length: 10 hrs and 8 mins
Categories: Romance, Contemporary
4.5 out of 5 stars (388 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

USA Today best-selling author Alexa Riley's first full-length novel shows just what happens when a strong, possessive man finds the woman of his dreams.

I'll never forget the way she looked, so confident and sure of herself. I watched her from a distance. She wasn't ready for me yet. I didn't approach her, and I didn't disturb her, but I never once took my eyes off her.

Mallory Sullivan is ready to start her new life. After graduating at the top of her class, she's landed one of the most coveted internships in the United States. Hard work and determination have gotten her to this moment of living the life she only dreamed of while growing up in foster care.

From the start I knew that she would be my greatest achievement, so the day I let her go, I set down a path for her. A path to me.

She never expected Oz to be the greatest culmination of those dreams. But sometimes fate determines who you fall in love with. Who makes you lose control. Who owns your soul.

And then you realize it wasn't fate at all.

I've wanted to care for and protect her since the first moment I saw her. I've constructed everything in our lives so that at the perfect moment, I could have her, could give her the life she deserves.

The time has come.

©2017 Author Alexa Riley LLC (P)2017 Harlequin Enterprises, Limited.

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THIS BOOK WAS A BIT TOO SWEET AND UNREAL

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It's not a bad listen it just to Tyler Perry perfect for me. I love a rich man falling for poor girl but this was a bit stalker like for me. I can't give it a bad rating because the narration is good and the story enjoyable it's just the it's sooooo perfect. He is soooo perfect it's annoying . I'm sure you will enjoy it but by the end you will have a touch of diabetes.

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Stockolm Syndrom ;)

First of all, lets cover the narrators: GREAT! Both of them. Loved their performances.
Now, the story...
Move over, Christian Grey! You thought you were a crazy stalker control freak? Well, babe, let me burst your bubble and tell you that you have MAJOR competition, and his name is Miles Osbourne.
It makes me wonder what would we think about this characters if they had these disturbing personalities without the millions...
Os is obsessed with Mallory beyond words, for years! He has set a path for her to follow and end up with him... And he hasnt even talked to her once.
So why do we love him? (Yes, I said we) Apparently Mallory and me have the biggest Stockolm syndrom ever.
This relationship was not healthy, but he could be so unbelievably sweet and protective and with 'please dont kill my puppy' attitudes, that she fell, and I did it with her.
But most of all, after the previous books that have come across my hands the past few weeks, this one was simple and fun and enjoyable.
So yes, Im crazy, I liked it... A LOT!

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repeat forever

I have fallen in love with this story. I keep hitting replay at the end of the story. This is the best HEA ever!!!!!!
I am so excited there is going to be a second book, even though there is no way this book will dwindle in it's perfectness!!!

the only way this could be better is to have 'Jay Crow' read ALL of the OZ parts... and 'Summer Morton' read ALL the Mallory parts.

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Too drawn out

Can't finish it. Too drawn out. Oz seems to possessive & stalkerish. I don't like him from the beginning. They "fall in love" way too fast & unrealistic.

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Really?

OMG, this book was laughable. I’m sorry but it was horribly unbelievable. The main characters just meet, there are all kinds of hints and red “stalker” flags, yet it was a surprise when it all comes to light that something is wrong with this guy, (and the way it is written you can’t chalk it up to innocence because of the obvious signs, only someone, who’s deaf, dumb, and blind (yes, all three, and while I’m at it, I’m going to throw in brain dead too) and wouldn’t be running from this him within 24 hours of meeting him. To make matter worsts, the way she finds out about the secret is ridiculous (you know a man for one week and think it’s ok to listen to his voice mail, really, who does that). Oh and let’s not forget, she meets the mother for the first time and within 10 mins of meeting her, the mother confesses to all types of personal family secrets (that would normally take several years of therapy for anyone else to even feel comfortable enough to talk about it)? Give me a break, it’s just all too farfetched. I love a quick romance, “I’ve been waiting for you all my life” book as much as anyone else, but most of them are written so well that one would believe it plausible, but this…….. The narrators do a great job of trying to make the story likable but it was so fake, all that is left was to have strings dangling from the characters (like those old fashioned space monsters/aliens movies, you know, the ones where you can see the alien’s sneakers once the camera zooms out). I rolled my eyes so much, I'm surprise they didn't simply roll out of my head. OK, seriously though, all in all, I think it has potential but the author needs to work on the presentation, maybe with a little more work it can be a real winner, this version is simply inconceivable (even the vampire and werewolf books are more believable).

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Hmmmmm.....

This book wasn't as good as others I read. The female lead character was to much of a push over. The lead male character, to me was super creepy falling for a teenager and inserting himself into every aspect of her life for 5 yrs . setting up her life so that she leads straight to him, and she simply accepted it and everything he did with hardly a question, made her seem weak. it made the whole story drag on and on. I won't be listening to the next book.

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No. Just no.

If any one I dated displayed these relationship characteristics I would be running as far away from him/her as possible. Not even in fiction is it okay for a character to be this way. This guy displays all the signs of a stalker and a future abusive spouse. The author needs to do some research on healthy relationship characteristics and shouldn't glorify abuse signs in this work and call it romance.

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No one is that gullible! Totally unbelievably.

The female lead character: Yale grad; top of her class, analytics, statistics, and strategic genius, and the male lead and all of the people close to her lie and manipulate her for years to the point of cringe worthiness. Seriously one of the weakest female leads I've read.

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One of my faves!

I throughly enjoyed this book and all the feelings it provoked inside me!! The both the good and the bad!!

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Great Listen

This is officially my favorite Alexa Riley book! The level of stalkerish goodness was off the charts, and even as I was screaming at her that she needed to call the cops on his crazy ass, I was swooning at the depth of his love.
I listened to the audio book for this one, and was pleasantly surprised by these two new to me narrators, they did a great job.