When a former pro-snowboarder finds himself caught between two men who have stolen his heart, it takes heartbreak and a hit of reality for him to start believing love is truly all he needs.
I didn't think it'd turn out this way: my life story in a nutshell. Life, Karma, whatever—it was testing me. Pushing me to the limit of what I could endure and beyond.
But in the steaming pile my life had become, I felt it. The spark. Like my soul met its counterparts, or whatever the corny saying was. I didn't think it was possible. For a closeted guy, falling for not one but two men was never going to be easy, but I couldn't deny its truth. Mace and Rick were….
Then I had to leave. My sister needed me. Having a baby alone was out of the question and I couldn't wait to be an uncle. But going to stay with her in Florida meant leaving them. New Zealand and the USA couldn't be further apart.
I'm not a saint. I've screwed up more times than I can count. But I was trying to redeem myself. Gracie, my niece, needed me to be a better man. If only there was a way I could have both—men to love and a family close by.
This is my truth, and this is all I need.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
All He Needs is the first book in the My Truth series, but features a couple of characters from the Unexpected series. This has got to be one of the most emotional books I have read in a long time. I was crying by 21%, and it carried on throughout the story. Now, don't get me wrong. It's not all sad, in fact, it is also happy, contented, and extremely sexy. The part about Gracie having reflux caused me to wince in remembered empathy. I had that with all three of my babies, and I know how exhausting it is. Caden has my full support!! I found this book to be extremely well-written, with no editing or grammatical errors that disrupted my reading flow. The world-building was excellent for those of us who have never been to either America or New Zealand, and likewise for the characters. I haven't felt like I missed out on anything from not having read the Unexpected series, although I have now added that to my wishlist! This was the first book by Ann Grech I have read, but I can guarantee it won't be the last. Highly recommended by me. * A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book, and the comments here are my honest opinion. * Merissa Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books!
This book took me on such a wonderful journey . Three men . One baby . Caden has a sister who he adores they feel the same about each other. Something dreadful happens ( trying not to put spoiler in ) Caden was a professional snowboarder in Queenstown New Zealand he ruined his reputation he knew he was wrong ... Decisions that he made then he now has to suffer. Mason Canning ... He was Reef Reid's trainer Mase has now retired .. He see's Caden really see's him . Ricardo is an Italian living in Queenstown he is a pilot flies helicopter in New Zealand. He also see's Caden . They all see each other ... Words will be spoken ... Enter Gracie new born Caden's niece . She binds all the men together also her grandfather Caden has an enormous heart for the love of his sister he took on a huge challenge, the enormity sometimes blindsided him. Never understate a small person ever! Knowing he is losing it he asks Mase and Ric for help . They arrive and then the truth comes out all three together ? Caden feels like he has come home as when you fit you fit. I absolutely loved this book I could feel the torment they were having the love of these three guys together was beautiful . This book was written was with love... Much more than five starts ..
The heartache and despair in the first part of this story was devastating and I felt Caden’s pain so intimately. I was with Caden 100% of the way when he was curled up in pure unadulterated pain, rocking to and fro. The descriptions are so incredible, so amazingly lifelike and real..they were literally vivid, so clear you could easily visualise or rather feel like you were participating in the scenes. This is honestly some of the best writing I have ever read. There are life lessons to be learned but this is basically a beautiful love story and one that about broke my heart but then pieced it back together again. Amazing story by an amazing author.