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From the author of Everything We Keep comes the final novel in the Amazon Charts and Wall Street Journal bestselling Everything Series. Brimming with suspense, mystery, and romance, Everything We Give brings to a powerful close the gripping series of love, lies, and the secrets families keep.

Award-winning photographer Ian Collins made only one mistake in life, but it cost his mother her freedom and destroyed their family, leaving Ian to practically raise himself. For years he’s been estranged from his father, and his mother has lived off the grid. For just as long, he has searched for her.

Now, Ian seemingly has it all - national recognition for his photographs; his loving wife, Aimee; and their adoring daughter, Caty. Only two things elude him: a feature in National Geographic and finding his mother. When the prized magazine offers him his dream project on the same day that Aimee’s ex-fiancé, James, returns bearing a message for Ian but putting a strain on his marriage, Ian must make a choice: chase after a coveted assignment or reconnect with a mysterious woman who might hold the key to putting his past to rest. But the stakes are high, because Ian could lose the one thing he holds most dear: his family.

©2018 Kerry Lonsdale Inc. (P)2018 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved

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Male reader great, female not so much

Overall I enjoyed the story but anytime the Aimee reader came on I cringed. Her reading voice as Aimee didn’t match up to ‘Ian’s’. And her rendition as Ian’s voice was so annoying, low but not manly. I’ve heard other women read male voices convincingly but this hurt. It really broke the rhythm and took me out of the story.

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Please!! Why do some narrators SUCK‼️

First, I’m not even finished listening to the book and I’m stopping midway because of the woman who narrates “Aimee” Amy Landon. i have actually skipped every chapter she speaks in because it’s nearly impossible to listen to her HORRIBLE narration!! She literally CANNOT handle a male voice! She “grrroooaaans”! all in monotone, deep, moaning sounds! I’m NOT exaggerating! I’m going back to the Kindle book to read her chapters..it’s PAINFUL to listen & I really don’t understand who picks these narrators! The voice of “Ian” is fine, Andrew Eiden, but because of her awful voice I’m completely distracted from the book and that’s not why I listen..

To the author Kerry Lonsdale, ‘Everything We Give’ so far was a nice story but not as great as stories 1 and 2 which is really disheartening...sorry but I’m not the only one who has reviewed with the same issue. When a narrator ruins a story it’s sad...I will recommend the book to read but not listen to at all.

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Couldn't put it down!

Love this series and always struggle to put it down and move on with the day lol. The way the characters are developed in each book is amazing, and the storyline keeps me on the edge of my seat! Thanks for another terrific book!

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Disappointed

I was waiting and waiting for this book to come out since March when I finished marathon reading the first 2 books. Those first 2 books were awesome! Everything We Give did not have the same excitement, details, & addiction as the first 2. I did not like the voices from the female narrator as she shifted to the Male & other female characters. That was hard to listen to. It took away from the story as that was what I found myself disliking as I was trying to listen & be swept away with the story.
Also, I thought & hoped for the book to be about James. I'd definitely look forward to another James, Natalia & Amy story.

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Sweet, lacks depth

I love the idea of what the author did with progressing a story through the eyes of different characters, and the storyline was interesting. But, the story stayed about a inch deep the entire time. I wanted more. And while I enjoyed it on a surface level, it left me a bit disappointed. Also, there are waaaay too many attempts at similes with really far fetched comparisons. It felt like a middle school assignment at times with the direction to use 50 similies in an essay. I think the author feminized Ian a lot, and I wished that he had been a little more believable as a character. The readers drove me crazy, the female doing male voices with a deep groaning voice was painful. I don't need a "book" attempted to be "acted out"... just read it. I got both the kindle and audio versions, and had to move to the kindle when it came time for those portions. I like that it ended happy, and think Book 4 is now set up from Ian's mom's perspective. I would say it is a good "chick book", light and easy, and a nice break from heavy literature.

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Nice Continuation of Series

Lonsdale's words do not fail to deliver on storyline and emotions in this installment of the series! She writes with such depth and feeling in the story and the characters. Ian really comes out in this story- his childhood and young adult years leading up to meeting Amy. Sometimes what happens in a person's childhood really does impact them when they become an adult. Ian proves a person can still move forward even when some past things don't make sense. James is in this story but not as a major player. That story was sad enough. It sounds like everyone is starting to move on from the heartache though. I wonder if there will be a Thomas installment of the series or if this is it. I think it could go either way. Overall, a good story.