• Title: All The Roads
  • Author: J.Cotter
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 317
  • Format: Kindle Edition
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    All The Roads On a rainy spring morning Jay stops for coffee in a small Alaskan town The last thing he ever expects is to see her after almost months of silence between them Jay and Elle have a past running in
    On a rainy spring morning, Jay stops for coffee in a small Alaskan town The last thing he ever expects is to see her, after almost 18 months of silence between them Jay and Elle have a past running into each other leaves them both uncomfortable Elle returns to a rented apartment in Maine, where she is set to begin working on a small film Jay leaves for Anchorage beforOn a rainy spring morning, Jay stops for coffee in a small Alaskan town The last thing he ever expects is to see her, after almost 18 months of silence between them Jay and Elle have a past running into each other leaves them both uncomfortable Elle returns to a rented apartment in Maine, where she is set to begin working on a small film Jay leaves for Anchorage before heading back to California Their distance is minimized, however, by a constant flow of memories and thoughts, which hauntingly intertwine the two of them Sometimes moving on really is impossible.

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    1. Free on from February 10th to February 14th!UK - amazon/All-Roads-J-CUS - amazon/All-Roads-J-Cot (Source: I received a digital copy of this book for free on a read-to-review basis. Thanks to author J. Cotter.)“I love you Elle,” he said softly. She shivered a little. “I love you, too. More than you know.”This was a really sweet and heart-breaking love story, and I really want a sequel!“I’m willing to risk anything, everything, to have you.”I liked Elle and Jay in this story, althou [...]

    2. All the Roads was an incredible surprise. I was given this for review on another site and when one of my previous reviews was rejected because I clearly can't speak or write English well enough, I knew I couldn't submit this review either.But I didn't want to keep the author from knowing how much I loved this book, so much that I'm willing to write a review for it, even if my English is shabby and not editor material.I know this is pretty silly and pretty much an attitude a teenager would have b [...]

    3. I loved this book I couldnt understand what had happened between Elle and Jay and my heartbroke when i saw how much they loved each other yet couldnt be near eachother. how a love like that could go so wrong amazed me

    4. From Page 1, I could not put this book down. This is a story of friendship and love. I found myself cheering for Elle and Jay but my heart also broke for each of them. Their love story follows severals ups and downs, and it was very intense at times. This book was not written in chronological order but flowed beautifully and was not at all confusing. I loved putting all the pieces together. The author does a fantastic job of portraying the characters feelings and raw emotions. I did not want thi [...]

    5. I really liked this nook even though it wasn't what I expected. I love the main character and I believe she may be a lot like the author. I liked that I felt as if I was getting to know the writer by reading this book. I loved all of the characters, especially Stu an Ruth, even if I didn't like the relationships. I actually cried at one point during the book but that could've just been because I was fighting with my boyfriend when they got stuck in the storm together.

    6. What a fun and interesting book! It's more than a boy meets girl story, though I spent a good deal of the book rooting for the boy and the girl. All The Roads explores people, friends, ideas and relationships while having a bit of fun along the way. The stories and the people had me hooked from the start! I kept reading, curious about how things would turn out for the characters that I could relate to immediately. I absolutely can't wait to read J. Cotter's next novel.

    7. The easiest 5 stars of the year, so far.Sighat awkward moment when you finish a book, both laughing and sobbing, and realise the world is oblivious to the torment you have been subjected to, because of the written word.

    8. I couldn't put the book down and the character's emotions felt so real and raw. I can't wait for the next book J. Cotter writes!

    9. Great story, wonderfully told. The characters jumped off the page and were easily relatable. Thanks for sharing, J. Cotter! Get cracking on that sequel!

    10. For the full review check out Kritters RamblingsTwo people meet and fall in love, but this story goes beyond that. After you fall in love, then real world begins with work commitments and family things and life doesn't stay in perfect bliss. The thing about this book is the reader doesn't start at the meeting and end with the after the break up, instead the stories that make up their relationship are all out of order. The fact that the story isn't chronological is interesting. At times it was ha [...]

    11. I thoroughly enjoyed All the Roads! The characters are so real, I felt like I knew them right away and missed them when I finished the book. While at first I thought it was a "chick" book, I found the story to have a much broader appeal as it is really just a very raw, real story of a relationship, that I think most could relate to. This book is not written in chronological order, yet was not confusing - it actually made me more curious about Elle and Jay's relationship since Cotter wove subtle [...]

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