All of Us and Everything: A Novel

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Smart, entertaining, and wickedly charming!! All of Us and Everything by Bridget Asher was a fun, sexy, provocative read that was widely intriguing as Ms. Asher creates a story that unravels family secrets. Nothing is black and white and in this unique and entertaining read as Ms. Asher weaves a story of sisters discovering the truth about their father.

Augusta Rockwell is an eccentric mother to three daughters — Esme, Liv, and Ru. They didn’t have a normal upbringing, as most children did. Their mother always told them crazy and far-fetched stories that their father was an international spy and was absent because he was away on top-secret missions. So when a storm hits their family home, the Rockwell sisters reunite and soon discovers buried letters that exposes the real truth. After weathering the storm, will this newfound revelation bring the Rockwell women closer?

So if you are ready to get struck with a read that will have you charmed with realistic flawed characters then this book is definitely for you. A light and well-written story that would be a perfect weekend read.

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Author Bridget Asher
Star Count 3.5/5
Format Trade
Page Count 352 pages
Publisher Bantam
Publish Date 2015-11-24
ISBN 9780385343930 Buy this Book
Issue October 2016
Category History


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