**ALL OR NOTHING is a short, sexy new adult romance and is also available as part of the ALL I EVER WANTED anthology.**
After years of placing the wrong bets, all Aubree Baxter ever wanted was someone to take a chance on her. More specifically, she wants golden boy Kennedy Hale, her good friend and unrequited crush. After a seduction attempt gone terribly wrong, she knows pursuing anything more than friendship with Kennedy means sure heartbreak. If they're going to make this work, it has to be ALL OR NOTHING.
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All or nothing
Great read. What can I say without any spoilers
So it starts off with Aubree going back to Abbott Springs to see her friends and the man she always loved Kennedy. Back in October she makes a mistake and runs. Now she is back and again going all in. Kennedy is scared and doesn't know what to do. So does he go all in or does he let Aubree go again. Only you can find out when you read there story.
Quick, Sexy Read from Lexi Ryan
Lexi Ryan is an auto-buy for me, and always will be. Why? Because she never disappoints. So very few authors can hook you quick, build a great plot, and give you satisfaction in a novella, and Lexi accomplished all three in All or Nothing. Grab this quick, sexy read!
All or Nothing by Lexi Ryan
All or Nothing is a great story about two people whose story is built on a long-time friendship. I had read All I Ever Wanted, the entire Abbott Springs Anthology and I was not so fond of Kennedy after reading Everly’s story in All I Need. BUT, I was wrong! He more than redeemed himself. I found him to be a sweet, sexy guy who thinks everything through. Bree is the exact opposite of him in regard to taking anything serious or making a commitment and she is certainly impulsive, but the two simply work! Well, Lexi doesn’t make it easy for them, but that’s part of the great story-telling that she does! Lexi is amazing at developing her characters and drawing you in. Her writing style is fabulous! One of my favorite lines, “He shrugged and pulled me closer, the inch of air that had come between us apparently too much.”
I have yet to read a Lexi Ryan book I’ve not enjoyed. This one is a bit less serious than some of her others, but definitely worth the time!