Giving It All

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Giving It All

Giving It All Home is where his heart can heal Former Navy SEAL Grant Anderson failed to see the IED that took his lower leg and couldn t fix the cracks that ended his marriage Embarrassment kept him from returning

  • Title: Giving It All
  • Author: Arianna Hart
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 326
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Home is where his heart can heal.Former Navy SEAL Grant Anderson failed to see the IED that took his lower leg and couldn t fix the cracks that ended his marriage Embarrassment kept him from returning home to Dale, Georgia, after his discharge But with his father ill, his family needs him.One of the first friendly faces he encounters is Ellie Hall The gawky little girlHome is where his heart can heal.Former Navy SEAL Grant Anderson failed to see the IED that took his lower leg and couldn t fix the cracks that ended his marriage Embarrassment kept him from returning home to Dale, Georgia, after his discharge But with his father ill, his family needs him.One of the first friendly faces he encounters is Ellie Hall The gawky little girl next door now has curves that shouldn t make his mouth water She deserves a hero, not a broken man.Ellie can t remember a time when she didn t have a crush on Grant Now if she could only get it through Grant s thick skull that she doesn t need to fear him.As they work together to straighten out his family business, holiday fireworks aren t the only thing making Greg sweat But by the time they uncover why the figures aren t adding up, Greg must rely on pure instinct to keep Ellie safe from danger and pray that this time, he won t fail.Warning Contains a wounded warrior who s his own worst critic, and a determined heroine who ll take the whole package as is While not a series, this story takes place in the same fictional world as Son of a Preacher Man.

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    1. The_Book_Queen on said:

      Between 3 1/2 and 4 Stars. I really liked Giving It All, but I wasn't blown away by it. It was sexy as hell at times, which I loved. Grant was a wonderful hero, and I could relate to Ellie. And the cover? Well, the cover is just pure yummy. All in all, it was a quick read for me, and I'd like to try another book by Hart in the future.

    2. Kame on said:

      Grant comes home to his small hometown to help take care of his father recover from a stroke. Ellie is the invisible girl from High School who lived next door and loved him from afar. Now she helps his parents and half the town all while running her accountant business. Grant may not have noticed Ellie before but he sure is now.I enjoy books with wounded warriors. Grant was injured as a SEAL and is now medically discharged. His High School sweetheart and the darling of their small town could not [...]

    3. Melinda on said:

      **more at melenasreviews.wordpress**I have to say it has been ages since I have read a book by Arianna Hart and yet she is still so talented and imaginated I just loved Giving It All. Grant is like all soldiers coming home fighting for the brave and crippled feeling well helpless. His whole life has always been about saving and rescuing people. Now because of an IED he is back to the town he swore never to come back. I loved that Arianna was able to create a female version of him so to speak. Yo [...]

    4. Ruthie Taylor on said:

      ~~I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads~~This is a really good read. It has a good mix of romance, a dash of mystery, and some lovely touches of humour. The sexy bits are definitely on the hot scale. Although Grant has issues from his time in the SEALs, he is a well rounded character who has learned the hard way what is important in life. Ellie I liked a lot - after all she is a maths nerd and accountant like me, so what's not to like? - but she is one of the go [...]

    5. Paige Turner on said:

      One of my favorites of 2015!The premise drew me in and the author delivered one read but then I'm a sucker for a Alpha male, military hero who helps his parents. The characters were well written and likeable. Both Ellie and Grant survived different hardships but we're able to be be there for each other. The built each other up and supported one another. Kellie and Grant had great chemistry together. The sex scenes weren't over the top or frivolous. They were about 2 people who found connection. [...]

    6. Jennifer on said:

      ARC received for reviewGreat story. Smoking hot former SEAL coming home and the girl next door. Great chemistry between them. Yeah, there was a little angst with him realizing that she loved him even though he wasn't whole. Oh, and a bad guy to catch. Loved her friend Peter. There's previous book that sound like it's really good. I need to go find it.

    7. Julia on said:

      I keep chasing the high that was Rebecca Yarros in her Military series. I picked up this book, because romance and military hero. Unfortunately this just did not scratch that itch for me. Maybe the bar is to high, but I just wasn't having that same emotional connection. the issue for me was that the story felt largely propelled by plot events instead of emotional development, and this is not what I look for in my romance novels. I could have cared less about the family drama, and the store, and [...]

    8. Tina on said:

      While there is a bit of suspense in this story, it doesn't directly involve the main characters, so I'm classifying this as contemporary romance. Wounded former Navy SEAL with a prosthetic leg comes back to his small town home to live, and meets a girl he never noticed when they were in high school together.

    9. Heather on said:

      Sweet and sexyI really enjoyed this book, it was very sweet and romantic. It also had a little bit of suspense and thrill to it. Very heartfelt and cute romance.

    10. Book Gannet on said:

      I love Ellie. I can’t help it, I ended up a total fangirl for her throughout this book. She starts off as a gangly, too-smart teenager who no one ever sees, raised by her grandmother and working as many jobs as she can fit in. As an adult she’s a little less gangly, but she’s still super smart and does anything she can to help other people out. She’s great, basically, and I really liked her.Luckily, I really liked Grant too. He has definitely been through a lot and does have a tendency t [...]

    11. Romantic Reads and Such on said:

      I can’t believe how much I enjoyed this story. It seemed pretty straightforward – a mixture of tropes that I like (PTSD, returning hero son, childhood crush, popular boy/unpopular girl, a mystery) – but Hart brought great emotion and depth to the story. Some people might get a little tired of Grant’s hot and cold attitude, but it definitely makes sense and works well with the man and the relationship. I have a pretty low threshold for that kind of thing but I think it worked well here. I [...]

    12. Becky Condit on said:

      Unrequited love, a wounded warrior, an altruistic young woman, and a failing business all add up to having to give it all. Grant is a former Navy SEAL who lost part of his leg to an IED while deployed in a war zone. He was fortunate enough to be able to purchase an artificial leg that takes advantage of the latest technology, but doesn’t realize what that may have cost his parents. Grant returns home to help his mother care for his father who has suffered a stroke and requires therapy. Next do [...]

    13. Mariel Hoss on said:

      *ARC through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review*Wounded Warrior comes home to girl next door. Both Ellie and Grant were well-developed characters, well-rounded with plenty of backstory, flaws, redeeming qualities. Human. Relatable. Likable. This was a great read for me in the sense that even before the romance partI was rooting for both of them individually. They both have had issues in the past, Grant more than Ellie for sure but are still trying to make a go of it for themselves and fo [...]

    14. Katherine on said:

      Really good. Kind of a second-chance romance, the hero and heroine are great people - I’d love Grant to be my boyfriend and Ellie my BFF. Ok, I’d settle for being friends with both of them. The supporting cast are all interesting and good people too. The story showcases all the great things about living in a small town, the support, the caring, as well as the downsides - rampant gossip, nosy neighbours, etc. There is a lot of time spent in Grant and Elli’s heads, and it works, helping us s [...]

    15. Irene on said:

      4 starsI really enjoyed Giving It All.This was a very heartfelt and emotional read, I enjoyed the storyline and the characters were both likable and very relatable.I highly recommend this book, looking forward to reading more from Arianna Hart in the near future.Thank you Samhain Publishing via Netgalley for the advance copy in exchange for my honest thoughts.

    16. Reading on said:

      A nice woman and a nice man. It's sounds so simple yet seems to be rare in romantic fiction, but Giving It All gets that simple combination just right. Read this - it's good.

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