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Reeling from her loss, Kacey Dawson is grieving and heartbroken, her addictive demons hauling her back into the alcohol-soaked abyss she worked so hard to crawl out of. Kacey teeters on the edge of oblivion and must fight her way through the pain, to build a new life for herself with her music, and somehow fulfill the promise she made to Jonah...one she feels is impossible to keep.

Theo Fletcher has a secret burning in his heart, one that he holds close, while he struggles to keep strong for his family, which is falling apart. His mother's health is fragile and his father's disapproval is breaking him down. Theo is afraid if he follows his heart, he'll fail, and not just himself but also his brother, who believed in him when no one else did.

Drawn together by their pain, Theo and Kacey slowly build a friendship, re-forge old ties, help each other to heal, and give one another the courage to reach for their dreams. Together, from the depths of grief and guilt, they learn to laugh again, to trust again, and quite possibly find something beautiful and lasting amid the shattered pieces of their broken hearts.

©2016 Emma Scott (P)2017 Tantor

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BEAUTIFUL! HEARTWARMING! FOLLOW UP TO BOOK ONE!!!


All In was a excellent heart-warming follow up to book one (Full Tilt.) After having my heart broken in book one, I was happy Kacey and Theo were able to find solace, and love in each other.

Book two picks up closely where book one ends. Kacey's is having a hard time dealing with her loss, and can no longer handle being in the same city. Without telling anyone, Kacey moves to New Orleans, and reverts back to old habits, music and booze. She's drowning in sorrow, and drinks to numb the pain. She writes, sings, and plays her guitar at a couple of the local bars, and becomes known as the drowning girl.

Theo isn't doing much better. He's struggling with the pain of losing his brother, Jonah. He also carries the guilt of not being able to uphold one of the promises he made to his brother, and for the rejection he feels from his father not accepting his career choice. Theo is a tattoo artist who goes to college to earn a degree in business management in hopes of opening his own tattoo shop. Theo's brother believed in his skills, and left him the money to start the tattoo shop, but his father doesn't approve of him being a tattoo artist.

Six months after Kacey vanished, Theo receives a call from someone concerned about her. He finally has the opportunity to uphold his promise.......to take care of Kacey. He flies to New Orleans, and helps Kacey recover, and kick her drinking habit. They become close, develop feelings for each other, but try to fight them. When they finally give in, they start a long distance relationship. Theo's family, and Jonah's closest friends are reluctant to accept their relationship, but do come around.

This story was filled with many heart warming moments, but the most touching scene, and my favorite was Theo's dad visiting his tattoo shop..... that scene was priceless!

The narrators did an awesome job, and delivered on the different emotions. All In is well worth the time, credit or sale. While this story can be listened too as a stand alone, if you have not listened to book one, I recommend listening to it first. Both audios are great, but book one was amazing.

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Loved this story

This was a beautiful ending to a great love story! I would highly recommend this duet series to many. I very much enjoyed the narrators.

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These two books in this series were very good

It was a bit hard to get used to Jeremy York’s slow narration. I did use the 1x25 speed and it was better. He is a very slow narrator.
Caitlin Kelly was very good as she was in the first book. You definitely need to listen to the first book in this series to understand and get into this one.
I really liked this story as Cassie and Theo let themselves fall for each other.
Very well written book and really enjoyed it.

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Awesome. Best books in quite some time.

Finished both books in 3 days on a drive across the states. The scene at the Cajun restaurant/ Jazz Club definitely drew me in and remains w/ me. He didn't know how to dance, ha ha, just not how he wanted to dance with her showing every raw emotion that he felt for her. He was already under the microscope in front of all their family and friends.I LOVED both these books: Full Tilt and All In. Well written, great narrators.

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Movie Material

Hi Emma
I loved this duet. This should be made into a movie. Find a way to get someone to write a screenplay. The perfect balance between heart ship, joy, love and triumph.

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Amazing

I thought the first book would do me in. This one renewed me. Loved it!!

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Magical from beginning to end

This book had me from it's very first word until it's very last. This story is beautiful and perfectly paced, written like an enchanting song. I can't say enough, I really don't have the words. I'm in love with the characters and the development. Nothing felt rushed or forced, not a single hair out of place. My only advice is to keep a pack of tissues nearby!

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SO WONDERFUL, MY HEART IS SO FULL!!!!!

If you could sum up All In in three words, what would they be?

Wonderful, beautiful, fantastic!!!

What was one of the most memorable moments of All In?

Dad at the end!!!! And the blue butterfly!!!

Have you listened to any of Caitlin Kelly and Jeremy York ’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

Lots of Caitlin, I just love her, she is so wonderful to listen too...I can not recommend her enough! First time listening to Jeremy..and he was just fine...I would listen to him again...but I cant say I would seek him out...

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

This would make a beautiful movie...combine both the books....and give us a movie....It would surely be a hit!!

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** I was given a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review **

I LOVED THIS, IT WAS BEAUTIFUL!!!! WELL NARRATED AND A GREAT STORY!!!

After the death of Jonah, no one is doing well....Jonah was so loved...Kacey and Theo are so heart broken, and Jonah's mom is having such a rough time....Kacey runs away....she goes to New Orleans...she is working on her music...and drinking herself to death...being very destructive...A friend of Kacey's searches out someone who knows her to get her help...he finds Theo...Theo comes to her and helps her get sober again..and a very special friendship ensues...Kacey doesn't know that Jonah asks Theo to love her...but he already did...and together, they heal..and so does the friend and family Jonah left behind....This was so great,,I will keep this one close to my heart for a long long time!!

HIGHLY RECOMMEND! THIS IS MY FAVE DUET OF THE YEAR SO FAR, WELL WORTH YOUR TIME AND A CREDIT!!!

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this is why I love love.. change my mind

this is why I read it in this case listen. The story didn't end with jonah.. it continues anew with the story of theo and casey.. this book consumed me and I couldn't bring myself to put it down.
So perfectly imperfect.. get it, cry, get mad, laugh and fall in love with these characters 🦋

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This book is MAGICAL

This book is MAGICAL. There was not one word I wanted to skim in this book- every word was important to the story and just PERFECT. After reading Full Tilt (stop here if you haven't read that book- it's the first book in the duet and it's absolutely necessary to read Full Tilt before All In), I was so worried about Kacey and was quite impatient to read part 2 of the story. Theo, or Teddy as Kacey calls him, was a bit of a mystery to me since we hadn't seen his point of view yet, and I wondered how I would feel about a relationship that would grow much deeper than just friendship and support.

But Emma handled it so well and the natural progression of the relationship felt as if it was how it should be. This story of friendship, healing, love, and of course romance keep me up way past my bedtime, and I spent a homecoming football game thoroughly involved with only this book, barely glancing up. The duet will definitely be at the top of my Best of 2016 list, and I just can't recommend it enough. Yes, it's heart-wrenching, but in the best possible way. Emma doesn't do unnecessary drama, and every part of this book was necessary to the story. I think you'll find this a satisfying ending to a moving story. Can't recommend it enough!

Caitlin Kelly and Jeremy York did a fanstastic job! I listened at 1.25X.

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  • clarebear
  • 08-26-18

brilliant ending to a wonderful story

thoroughly enjoyed this final book from Emma Scott.
after Full Tilt I was hoping to hear more of kacey and Theodore and their journey to acceptance of jonah's death.
and what a conclusion, would recommend to anyone that loves a good romance with some trying times and a few laughs along the way .

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  • Micky - bookphenomena
  • 11-27-17

What I wanted from this duet

ALL IN took me on the journey I’d originally wanted throughout FULL TILT. This book made me feel everything, want everything and love Teddy more and more. Casey’s journey was both compelling, hard to watch and yet this whole story is a fulfilling journey. Emma Scott writes consistently well and her character development was as deep as deep can be.

I struggled a little with the male narrator in this book, he just wasnt the perfect personalisation of Theo for me because of his drawl. The female narrator remained a strong feature of the listen.

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  • Rachel
  • 04-27-21

Wow!

Wow! This duet broke me, a super emotional, heartbreaking and beautiful story of a broken girl that gets put back together. Emma Scott is incredibly talented at writing these amazing angst filled love stories.

I loved the narration of the audiobook.

"A darkened lighthouse At the edge of the world Is all that’s left Of this drowning girl."