All of Me (Wedding Veil Wishes Series #4)

All of Me (Wedding Veil Wishes Series #4)

by Lori Wilde

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ISBN-13: 9780446551991
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
Publication date: 04/01/2009
Series: Wedding Veil Wishes Series , #4
Sold by: Hachette Digital, Inc.
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 91,897
File size: 465 KB

About the Author

Lori Wilde is the bestselling author of more than forty-five books. A former RITA finalist, Lori has received the Romantic Times Reviewers' Choice Award, the Holt Medallion, the Booksellers Best, the National Readers' Choice, and numerous other honors. She lives in Weatherford, Texas, with her husband and a wide assortment of pets. You may write to Lori at P.O. Box 31, Weatherford, TX 76086, or e-mail her via her home page at www.loriwilde.com. Lori Wilde teaches Romance Writing Secrets via the Internet through colleges and universities worldwide at www.ed2go.com.

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All of Me (Wedding Veil Wishes Series #4) 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 22 reviews.
DawnMarieWI More than 1 year ago
I had never read any books by Lori Wilde and bought this book because of the cover (I love dogs). I absolutely loved this book and could not put it down. It was just a "fun" book. Not a lot of thinking involved so it was an easy, enjoyable read. There were some "hot, steamy" pages too. I did not realize this was the fourth book in the "Wedding Veil Wishes" when I purchased it and am now going to go back and read the first three books. Even if you have not read the first three books, you can read this one and still follow the characters. I usually sell my books after I read them but will keep this one and share it with my friends. If you love romance and humor, you will enjoy this book!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I liked it
BookChick79 More than 1 year ago
I LOVED this book. I thought there was no way the author could top the third book, but she completely and totally did. It was an amazing story line, amazing characters, and an amazing plot. I wish there was another book returning to Salvation, Colorado so I could spend more time with these characters. Sad that the series is over but the author went out with a real masterpiece!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The story was unique. The characters were very interesting. The heroine was charming and stimulating. The story really captivated me.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It all starts with a magic wedding veil. Jillian receives it from Rachael who made a wish and the feell in love and got married, so she gives it to Jillian. This book is about Jillian who has 4 close friends but friends with only one co-worker. She feels like she can tell Blake her co-worker anything because he's like the dad she never had. When something happens to Blake she goes to Salvation, Colorado where she bumps into Tuck. They become roomates but there is definately chemistry there. She starts practicing as the local attorney and Tuck is the carpenter. They date others and then finally figure out that maybe they were meant to be......
Great story. Didn't want to put it down. The chemistry in this story is awesome. I love it.
wolf-lover More than 1 year ago
This book was the last in the series, I didn't realize it. It was good. There are 4 books in the series "wedding veil wishes"
Grace2133 More than 1 year ago
I have to say that I was not expecting much from this book. I expected a sweet little romance novel. One that I could read quickly with little effort and forget as quickly as I read it. I found that this was for the most part true except that All of Me will not be easily forgotten. My favorite type of romance novels are the ones where the lead couple has a contentious relationship that eventually develops into something romantic (guess where that comes from). I call it the Lizzy/Darcy complex. Tuck and Jillian from All of Me are the perfect example of that type of romantic plot. The tension between them is palpable and I love that you can tell that behind every fight or disagreement is an intense attraction to each other. It is very unusual for me to like all of the characters in a book. Especially in a romance novel. Usually one of the main characters make me want to pull my hair out in annoyance. I found that this is mostly not true. On a few occasions both Jillian and Tuck have episodes of misery wallowing that got my hackles up but for the most part I really liked both of them. I also really liked the secondary couple of Evie, Tuck's sister, and Ridley, her husband. They were so sweet and definitely made up for the times I was annoyed with Jillian and Tuck. Another major attraction to the book is the small town feel that permeates the novel. You feel as if you are a part of the town just watching the events go by. I read this book in one afternoon. It is a quick and fun read. It is perfect for the summer. I want to read the rest of the Wedding Veils series once my huge pile of To Reads shrinks a little. I would recommend All of Me to any reader looking for a quick read with a lot of romantic tension and interesting characters.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Struggling to cope with the death of his wife Aimee, architect Tucker Manning leaves for his self imposed exile to Salvation, Colorado. He hopes to grieve in peace at the lake house his father-in-law Blake gave him. Houston attorney Jillian Samuels arrives to find Tucker there. She insists the lake house is hers as her beloved mentor Blake meant for her to inherit the Salvation home. Rather than fight in court, Jillian and Tuck reach an agreement to co-share the house for now until they can come up with a more suitable arrangement. Both are stunned by the attraction each feels from the first encounter. Whereas Tuck feels remorse and betrayal of his love for Aimee though she passed away two years ago, Jillian takes a chance on love if he allows her. The fourth Wedding Veil Wishes tales (see THERE GOES THE BRIDE, ONCE SMITTEN, TWICE SHY and ADDICTED TO LOVE) is a warm serene character study. Jillian in a fully developed person, but the relationship drama is owned by Tuck as Lori Wilde goes deep inside his soul. Fans who appreciate a sometimes amusing but always pathos second chance at life (and love) will enjoy this profound contemporary. Harriet Klausner
AuthorKellyMoran More than 1 year ago
Lori Wilde, is an accomplished romance author, was a RITA finalist in the Romance Writers of America, and a three-time Romantic Times nominee for Best Romantic Comedy. Other titles include: Addicted to Love, Once Smitten Twice Shy, There Goes the Bride, You Only Love Twice, Mission: Irresistible, Charmed and Dangerous, and License to Thrill. She resides in Texas.
When attorney, Jillian Samuels career took a nose-dive after a bitter betrayal, leaving her jobless and heart-broken, she thought the newly inherited cottage in Salvation, Colorado was just what she needed to start over and heal. But when she arrives, she finds Tucker Manning residing there instead. Confused, the two agree to live together until they can resolve just who it is who really inherited the cottage in the small mountain community. Tucker, still grieving over the loss of his wife two years ago, and Jillian, unable to trust in love or fairy tales, discover that more than a property dispute is at risk here when things between them heat up, it¿s their hearts as well!
This book is part of the Wedding Veil Wishes series by this author, and I think there are four books total. I found this book delightful and funny. There was a strong element when referring to the deceased wife, and you could feel your heart breaking for Tucker. It¿s always difficult to have a young character as a widower, because you have to make the plot realistic to the situation. I found this very true-to-life and didn¿t question the characters motives surrounding the issue. The setting was perfect, as it provided both an escape and sanctuary for the characters. The wedding veil and back-story was cute, adding just a bit of fairy tale without over-doing it. Without having to issue a spoiler alert, I thought that how the property dispute came to be and its resolve was cleverly done. The plot flowed smoothly, was well-paced, and difficult to put down. I loved the secondary characters in the small town, as well as Jillian¿s friends. Remind me to never get in a sweat lodge for a vision quest! And, may I add, Mutt was just endearing!
All of Me, by Lori Wilde, is a feel-good, sweet, and charming book that you simply must read!

Kelly Moran,
Author and Reviewer
jjmachshev on LibraryThing 5 months ago
"All of Me" is Lori Wilde's fourth and last book in her 'Wedding Veil Wishes' series. Like the other books in this series, Wilde mixes humor and sadness, joy and despair, and always, disbelief vs love. This last book had me smiling, laughing, sniffling, and crying. Both characters had their hearts badly scarred by love, but both did get their happy ending and I enjoyed reading about their journey.Jillian is the realist. She doesn't believe in fairy-tale love. She believes in the fight and the law and enjoys the high winning a tough case brings. But one day the joy disappears, so she heads directly for her mentor, her father figure, her boss. Only to find he dropped dead that morning of an incurable tumor that he never told her about. Feeling deserted (yet again), hurt, and angry, Jillian quits her job. Then she discovers her mentor left her a lakeside cabin in Salvation, Colorado. It must be fate.Tuck used to be the 'Magic Man'. His architectural skills won him fame and fortune and his beloved wife. But when she was diagnosed with cancer, he spent his fortune trying to find a cure...only to discover none. Her last wish was to die at her estranged father's lakeside cabin in Salvation and so she did. After her death, his father-in-law deeded the cabin to Tuck and he's never left it. It's his last link to his dead wife. It's the place where they had planned to raise a family. It's also the same cabin Jillian has 'inherited'.There's so much more to this story and these characters than the brief description above. They are both carrying so much pain and loss around, at times I wondered how they could move with such a weight on their hearts. Yet, slowly, slowly they each begin to change. They are both strong characters and fighters and neither is willing to back down so they do clash at first, and second, and third! But somewhere in those clashes, they find a friendship that leads to caring that leads to love.I enjoyed reading about Jillian and Tuck. From their initial banter as they trade quips and insults through their growing camaraderie and understanding of each others 'sore spots' and faults. All four of Lori Wilde's books in this series featured a different 'type' of heroine and hero. It wasn't the same story written four times with different names or locations. This tale was about risking hurt, taking chances, and second beginnings. There are bumps aplenty and hurts too. But in the end, the happiness outweighs the sorrow and I ended "All of Me" with a big smile on my face.
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