#REVIEW: RELEASE DAY PARTY: All She Ever Wanted by Christina Butrum



This is the story of Leah Adams who works as a doctors receptionist. One  night her friend decides that they are both going to the ten year high school re-union. Leah is not keen to go because she knows she will meet her high school sweetheart Jake there, who broke her heart five years ago.

At the party they are getting getting really drunk with HOTTIE bartender  (Liam) watching over Leah, when in walks Jake. Jake is a bit of an asshole really and it seems  he hasn’t changed much.

I liked the characters of Liam and Leah together, he is somebody who she could really love and would love her back, not someone like Jake who is a bit of a hothead.

Rachel’s character as the best friend is great when looking after Leah rather than leaving with her own Hottie, Scott.

A great read by Christina Butrum look forward to the next book in the series

All She Ever Wanted by Christina Butrum


The last time she saw Jake was the day he broke her heart. She wasn’t about to make the same mistake twice.

Twenty-eight-year-old Leah Adams is content with her life. Living with her best friend in the big city and working as a receptionist at the doctor’s office, she doesn’t allow herself much time to think about falling in love and starting a family.

Until the night her ten-year high school reunion not only brings her to Levy’s, but face-to-face with Jake. Leah is faced with feelings she cannot ignore. She has to make a decision that is in her best interest – no matter who gets hurt.

She’ll have to decide if risking another heartbreak is worth it for all she’s ever wanted.

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