All I Need Is You

All I Need Is You

by Johanna Lindsey
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All I Need Is You 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 36 reviews.
MaryTeeter More than 1 year ago
I have this book in paperback & purchased it for my nook because I read it over & over. Although it is a sequel, it is very much a stand alone book. It makes me laugh. I enjoy a little romance, a little mystery, a laugh or two, & a fast pace. It was a nice change of pace having the girl be the expert while the guy is out of his element. He is a city boy while she is a western girl tracking through the old west.
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songbirdsue More than 1 year ago
I loved this book. The characters were rich and full with individual strengths and weaknesses. The story was full of excitement. The love story was unusual, with plenty of growth through the story. I was worried in a couple of places, but things do work out in the end. I enjoyed how Casey and Damian worked well together even though they did not try to or even know they were doing it. I also enjoyed learning how Casey's father supported her and watched over her. A very fun read. I have not read the 1st story but look forward to doing so.
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Relax and enjoy
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I don't usually read Westerns, but thesynopsis grabbed me. Well drawn characters and a perilous plot.
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RedReaderLKL More than 1 year ago
An enjoyable story. Not too bizarre for reality, but if the characters are likeable – and in this case they were – one might overlook a few foolish parts.
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