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All Or Nothing (The Coxwells Book 4) (English Edition) par [Cooke, Deborah, Cross, Claire, Delacroix, Claire]
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Some people will do anything for true love — even if they have to fake it.

Jen Maitland had no use for handsome guys with easy charm — until she met Zach. He's the perfect fake date to end her mother's matchmaking scheme before it starts. Besides, he'd probably just use her and leave her like her ex-fiancé did. At least that's what Jen tells herself. The only problem is that Zach isn't as predictable as he appears...

Zach Coxwell hates commitment, but loves a challenge. Like the pretty bar waitress who turned him down flat for a date — only to invite him to her family's Thanksgiving dinner. Zach knows he can make Jen smile — and he's betting that he can unravel her mysteries — even if he has to do it over candied yams.

A tofu turkey, a sister who threatens to have Zach's love-child, the untimely appearance of a knitted avocado — and Zach's discovery of her real motive — combine to turn Thanksgiving dinner into Jen's worst nightmare. Zach, on the other hand, has the time of his life. And when he makes Jen smile, he finally finds a commitment he's willing to make...but persuading Jen to believe him will take everything he's got.

This edition also includes excerpts from FLYING BLIND and LOVE POTION #9.

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Witty, wonderful, and quirky romance from the USA Today bestselling author!

Jen Maitland never had any use for handsome guys with easy charm until she met Zach. He's the perfect fake date to end her mother's matchmaking scheme before it starts. The only problem is that Zach isn't as predictable as he appears...

Zach Coxwell hates commitment, but loves a challenge. Like the pretty bar waitress who turned him down flat for a date-only to invite him to her family's Thanksgiving dinner. Zach knows he can make Jen smile, and he's betting that he can unravel her mysteries.

Despite Thanksgiving dinner becoming a familial nightmare for Jen, Zach has the time of his life and finds that Jen may be worth a commitment after all-even if he has to convince her by any means necessary.

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  • Editeur : Deborah A. Cooke; Édition : 2.3 (11 juillet 2012)
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Heartwarming and Fun! 12 avril 2007
Par Ellen - Publié sur
Format: Broché
Zachary Coxwell is intelligent, charming, and funny. But due to unresolved family issues, he's avoided making commitments other than to his dog -- picture an apartment empty of furniture. Then he meets Jen Maitland to whom he's instantly attracted, and he dedicates himself to making her smile -- even if that means singing Elvis on karaoke night!

Jen Maitland has commitment problems of her own after a successful battle with cancer. Afraid to embrace life, she sets only short term goals, like waitressing and knitting small fruits and vegetables. She seems perfectly content until her mom threatens to play matchmaker unless Jen brings a date to Thanksgiving dinner. Enter Zachary Coxwell - gorgeous, materialistic and shallow. He's the perfect fake date to stop her zany, liberal family from meddling - they'll hate him on sight. Instead, they adore him. And when Jen sees that there's more to Zach than she first assumed, she finds herself trying to make him smile.

Zach and Jen learn they have more in common than outward appearances would suggest, and they're thrown off balance when unexpected feelings emerge. Soon, furniture appears in Zach's apartment, and Jen's knitting projects grow, symbolizing their newfound courage to move forward and their hope for the future. Still, they must learn to trust themselves, their families, and each other, if they're to get at the truth of who they are beneath their protective layers. Only when they take that leap of faith can they resurrect long-buried dreams, and love without holding back a part of themselves.

Zach and Jen's tender emotional journey is both romantic and fun. The story also celebrates family, as Jen's colorful relatives weave their way into your heart with some of the funniest and most poignant scenes in the book. Also, though All or Nothing stands alone, the endearing Coxwell family (Zach's mom and siblings), from Cross's other books in the series, makes an appearance. Be prepared to laugh and cry -- it's that kind of novel.

The author's lovely prose, rich characters, and witty dialogue help make All or Nothing a great read. I highly recommend this story.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Charming, witty and unpredictable 1 janvier 2008
Par Jane - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I enjoy stories about people who make changes in their lives, what motivates those changes and how they do it. That is what this story is about. Zach makes the most changes and in unpredictable ways. I liked seeing the way that telling someone the blunt truth, even though it might hurt feelings, can help someone turn their life around. The characters are interesting. Several conversations are funny and witty with some laugh out loud moments. It's a charming story. I'm glad I read it. Sexual language: moderate. Number of sex scenes: one.

This is the second contemporary book by Claire Cross that I have read. The other is One More Time. I enjoyed both of them. I tried one of her earlier works titled The Princess, written under the name of Delacroix. I found it lacking. It seemed as if it had been written by a different author. Maybe I picked the wrong earlier book to try, but I don't plan to read any more of her earlier Delacroix works.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 complete and satisfying 20 juin 2008
Par D. K. Stokes - Publié sur
Format: Broché
Oh. My. Goodness. I cannot believe that I didn't figure out until halfway through this book that it's the fourth book in a series, particularly since I've read and loved the first three: Third Time Lucky, Double Trouble, and One More Time. At least that tells you that they can definitely stand alone.

Jen Maitland is a cancer survivor, sort of. I'm not sure why the back cover copy and the reviews all dance around this--it's made clear on page 6--unless maybe it's because they don't want people to think it's that kind of book. You know, the uplifting (read: maudlin and melodramatic) story of someone's battle with cancer. Because it's not. But I can tell you that Jen's a cancer survivor because I'm also explaining what kind of book this is.

She's been cancer-free for a year now, but she's mostly living in limbo--working as a waitress, living with her mom, slowly paying off her medical bills, knitting fruit. Small fruits. When the story opens, she's up to an avocado.

So her mom, who's stuck in the 70s, asks her if she's gay, because she hasn't seemed interested in men, then recommends that she find somebody and have sex, and challenges her to bring a date to Thanksgiving dinner. Between Jen and her sister, they come up with a plan to get Mom off Jen's back: find an obnoxiously yuppieish yuppie to bring to Thanksgiving dinner--her mom will hate him and won't invite him back, and Jen can continue her status quo with a fictitious boyfriend.

Enter Zach Coxwell, who's meeting old law school buddies for lunch at Jen's restaurant. They're arrogant and rude, and Jen assumes Zach's just like them. But he stays after the others have gone, then leaves her a huge tip. And when she follows him out of the restaurant to protest, she blurts out the invitation to Thanksgiving dinner.

But Zach's not like his friends--he's the black sheep of his family, a law school dropout, who's spent his life trying to live down to his father's low opinion of him. Jen's family may be wacky, but at least they're loving; his is cold and proper and they've rejected him.

Jen and Zach both have huge obstacles in their path, but in the very best romance tradition, there's a synergy between them, and they're stronger together than they are apart. They don't solve each other's problems--they just provide a catalyst and support.

There are laugh-out-loud moments, like at Thanksgiving when Zach's never-fail lawyer jokes are falling flat, and tears-running-down-your-cheeks moments. There's humor and joy and pain and love and sensuality.

All or Nothing is a wonderfully complete and satisfying story. I'm convinced--I've put Claire Cross and all her alter-egos on my to-look-for list.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 This is even better than the last one! 21 mars 2016
Par Tina - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle
Every time I read the next book in one of Ms. Cooke's series I find myself thinking, "This is even better than the last one!" This has never been more true than with All or Nothing, a story which deals with the difficult subject of the "big C" in a young woman. As a result of her life threatening and life altering experience Jen has a hard time planning more than a tiny bit ahead, never certain of her long term survival. This is illustrated charmingly by her knitting projects: first a cherry, then a strawberry, a half orange—two bananas were a stretch for her as she hated the possibility that she would die and leave the project unfinished. In a poorly thought out ploy to stop her well meaning mother from setting her up on dates, Jen invites a fake date to her crazy family's Thanksgiving dinner, certain that her freewheeling carefree family will hate the trust fund man she brought home. When the unwitting patsy to her scheme, Zach Coxwell, overhears her plan, he decides to not only go along with her crazy idea, but to expand on it to the point where they are planning a fake Valentine's Day wedding. Along the way Zach, the self proclaimed Black Sheep of his family who comes with his own emotional baggage (and a large dog), makes Jen want to take the chance to fully live again. This can certainly be read as a standalone, but trust me, you will want to read all 4 of the Coxwell books. Each is better than the other! And we get a chance in this story to catch up with all the other family members who we met and fell in love with in the previous books. Copy gifted by the Publisher in exchange for an honest review.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 The elder Coxwell was a judge so Zach reasoned it was cool to pop in and out of jail knowing one ... 26 juin 2016
Par maryann serina - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle
All or Nothing is the story of the fourth Coxwell sibling, Zach, the self described black sheep. His every action was designed to get his father's attention, even if it was negative attention, which is the only thing he got. The elder Coxwell was a judge so Zach reasoned it was cool to pop in and out of jail knowing one of his older brothers would be sent to rescue him. Until the last time when his brother visited him in jail to tell him he's

on his own.
Jen Maitland has her own weird family issues. Thinking to help each other out with their respective families they agree to "fake date". This book talks about the "big C" openly and well as one of Jen's issues is she is two years post treatment for breast cancer.
These books and stories have some overlap so it is a good idea to read them in order. The Father is a strong influence throughout all the books however only the first book has the full picture of the rigid uncompromising man that was Judge Coxwell. Each sibling has their own unique perspective as to where they fit in the family and Zach is no exception. It's all interesting family drama and Zach is the youngest and last one to come into the family fold.
Copy gifted by publisher in exchange for an honest review.
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