ALL IN (Full Tilt #2) by EMMA SCOTT :: REVIEW


SPOILER FREE – 5 STAR REVIEW :: ALL in by EMMA SCOTT

Second book in a duet.
Please note: The synopsis contains spoilers for book one. 

This is not a standalone and we highly recommended that you read Full Tilt (Book #1) before reading All In.
The story line in All In is a continuance and therefore is not a standalone. 

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SYNOPSIS

Please note: Synopsis contains spoilers for Full Tilt.

Reeling from her loss, Kacey Dawson is grieving and heartbroken, her addictive demons hauling her back into the alcohol-soaked abyss she worked so hard to crawl out of. Kacey teeters on the edge of oblivion, and must fight her way through the pain, to build a new life for herself with her music, and somehow fulfill the promise she made to Jonah…one she feels is impossible to keep.

Theo Fletcher has a secret burning in his heart, one that he holds close, while he struggles to keep strong for his family that is falling apart. His mother’s health is fragile and his father’s disapproval is breaking him down. Theo is afraid if he follows his heart, he’ll fail, and not just himself, but his brother who believed in him when no one else did.

Drawn together by their pain, Theo and Kacey slowly build a friendship, re-forge old ties, help each other to heal, and give one another the courage to reach for their dreams. Together, from the depths of grief and guilt, they learn to laugh again, to trust again, and quite possibly find something beautiful and lasting amid the shattered pieces of their broken hearts.

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Reviewed by Gitte & Jenny

 ‘I am the drowned girl.’

If you haven’t read this duet then get on it straight away. Although each can in theory be read as standalones we HIGHLY urge you to read both in order to get the overall overwhelmingly well written beautiful story of love and hope. Because no matter which angle you look at – from whichever view you stand this is an all-encompassing love story. This is a spoiler free review that is so hard to write as it’s a story of healing, living and embracing old and new love. Of survival and acceptance.

‘There is beauty everywhere, even in the things that scare you the most…’

Our hearts were completely entwined with the words once again in this concluding chapter of Kacey’s life. Emma Scott writes with such passion and emotion, demanding the reader to fall, recover, love and ultimately live every step and moment. We once again lost our hearts as we cried, laughed and fell in love all over again. Some love stories are not to be forgotten and we know that is the case here, after reading this duet. So, new readers, after reading this review go get the Full Tilt series and embark on a passionate journey of life, love and beauty – one you will never regret nor forget!

‘Love had no end. She was infinite. She was a universe, my universe, and I was hers. Love had no boundaries, no rules, no favorites. And no limits.’

For readers who’ve read Full Tilt, well, you know what’s coming and let us tell you it is truly beautiful and so incredibly well-written. Sure it hurts and you will be recovering alongside everyone else involved. But…recover you will as this Author holds your hand and whispers words of strength, love and hope. Beauty can grow out of pure devastation. Sometimes you can love something so much it hurts and you see nothing or no one else. Sometimes no matter how far you fall or stumble there’s a fiercely loyal and loving hand reaching to help you up and onwards and you retain the love and memories which live on in a new and wonderful way. Emma Scott stayed true to her characters, never sacrificing one for another, always keeping them close to the heart and every step was handled in a way that felt believable and true. So, grab your tissues and go get completely engrossed in this compelling love story which’ll make your heart feel every emotion it can while it hurts, heals and falls in love.

‘…if you had him, you had all of him. His kiss was the purest essence of himself: intense, fiery, devoted entirely to the moment.’

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TBB 5 Star Recommended Read
SYNOPSIS
Kacey Dawson has always lived life on the edge–impulsively, sometimes recklessly. And now, as lead guitarist for a hot up-and-coming band, she is poised at the brink of fame and fortune. But she is torn between wanting to be a serious musician, and the demons that lure her down the glittering, but alcohol-soaked path of rock stardom. A wrecked concert in Las Vegas threatens to ruin her career entirely. She wakes up with the hangover from hell and no memory of the night before, or how she ended up on her limo driver’s couch…

Jonah Fletcher is running out of time. He knows his situation is hopeless, and he’s vowed to make the most of the handful of months he has left to him. His plans include seeing the opening of his glass installation at a prestigious art gallery…they do not include falling in love with a wild, tempestuous rock musician who wound up passed out on his couch.

Jonah sees that Kacey is on a path to self-destruction. He lets her crash with him for a few days to dry out and get her head on straight. But neither of them expected the deep connection they felt, or how that connection could grow so fast from friendship into something more. Something deep and pure and life-changing…something as fragile as glass, that they both know will shatter in the end no matter how hard they try to hold on to it.

Full Tilt is a story about what it means to love with your whole heart, to sacrifice, to experience terrible grief and soaring joy. To live life with all its beauty, and all its pain, and in the end to be able to smile through tears and know you wouldn’t have changed a thing.
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THE FULL TILT DUET

Full Tilt Book One

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All In Book Two 

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