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You and Everything After

(Falling #2)

4.06  ·  Rating details ·  3,891 ratings  ·  315 reviews
I’m that teenaged girl who has MS. You haven’t met me, but you’ve seen me around. You probably know my sister. We’re twins, and she’s the pretty one. Maybe you’ve heard about my reputation, how much I like to hook up at parties—how easy it is to get me in bed, get what you want, and forget about me after.

Forget what you think you know. I’m leaving that girl behind.

Kindle Edition, 274 pages
Published December 5th 2014
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Ginger Scott Hi. This is book 2 in the Falling series, and it will be out in late Nov or early Dec. I'll be sure to post updates when the release date is set.

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Aug 30, 2014 rated it really liked it
3.5 - 4 Stars

Things are never what they seem. That is the one of the things I took away from this story.

Tyson Preeter is a hot graduate student student and has the reputation of a player, oh and he is also a paraplegic. While Tyson may be limited physically he refuses to let it define him as a person. He doesn’t want to be a burden for his family or cause guilt for his brother. Just because he hides his emotions from his family doesn’t mean he isn’t dealing with the loss of his dreams. When he
Jun 28, 2017 rated it really liked it
4 stars!!!

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For some reason, when I read this series two years ago, I read book one and book three and skipped right over this little gem. I’m glad I made time to go back and read it. I really enjoyed it, and it brought back memories from the first book since the timeline ran parallel.

Cass and Ty are both characters that had a lot to overcome. Cass Owens was diagnosed with MS as a teenager. She’s now in college, and even though she has this diagnosis, she won’t let it get her down. She’s det
Rachel Reads Ravenously
3.5-4 stars!

"Sometimes, we meet people that set our shit right. And you were like a bullet. You pierced straight...right about here."

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This was such a sweet book! I wasn't the biggest fan of the first book in this series, it was a little too cheesy for me. But when I saw that Cass and Ty were getting their own book I HAD to read it, because they were so great in the first book.

Cass has MS (multiple sclerosis) a disease that affects the nervous system and is often unpredictable. College i
Aug 29, 2014 rated it really liked it
**** 4,5 stars ****

Sep 16, 2014 rated it really liked it
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You and Everything After was a wonderful addition to the Falling Series. Being the second book in the series, this is Tyson Preeter and Cassidy Owen’s story. If you have read This is Falling (book 1) then you have had the pleasure of meeting these two. Both Ty and Cassidy had an aura about themselves in that book but in YaEA their tenacity and the beauty within each of them bubbles over into such a sweet love story that will have you wishing you could cross paths with them in RL. :)

I have co
**ARC generously provided by the author in exchange for an honest review**

Title:You and Everything After
Series:Falling #2
Author:Ginger Scott
Release date: December 5, 2014
Rating:4 stars
HEA: (view spoiler)

We're both broken and pissed, fragile yet strong, careful with our hearts, but free with our words.

I've been eagerly anticipating Ty's book ever since reading This is Falling. He's that smartass character that really shined and broke the mold of secondary char
ARC provided by author in exchange of honest review.

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Everything. That simple word is easy to define but it can entail and mean so much more. In a sense, everything is simple and yet complex much like love and life. They say everything happens for a reason. And our struggles in life are there as reminder of how we are capable to adjust, learn, and carry on with life. And in Ginger Scott’s second book, You And Everything After of The Falling Series, it chronicles the journey of Ty
Jacqueline's Reads
Dec 05, 2014 rated it liked it

3.5 A little Ridiculous stars

This is my third Ginger Scott read and I’m surprise to say I’m a little disappointed with You and Everything After.

You and Everything After is written at the same time frame as Rowe’s story. I have issues with these types of books. I don’t consider them alternative POV books because it’s not the Hero or Heroine that’s referenced in the previous book, but I still don’t like the same time frame time line. That’s just me though.

Cass has MS. Ty is in a wheelchair. Both
Oct 22, 2014 rated it it was amazing

**You and Everything After generously provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.**

5 "Don't Call Me Baby" Stars

What I love about Ginger Scott telling a New Adult love story captures exactly how I think falling in love at this time in your life should happen. College represents a time in a young adults life where we’re understanding the freedom of being our own, the freedom of discovering exactly who we are, and the freedom to tweak things about ourselves to make us whole all the whi
Jenny••Steamy Reads Blog••
I was so excited to read Ty & Cass's story. They intrigued me in the first book. Couldn't wait to read how they were, what they were, and to go on their venture. I liked it. I didn't love it, mainly because I felt we were on Nate & Rowes timeline right along with them. Of course you get it from Ty & Cass's POV and it's still beautiful, I just couldn't get to loving it. It was amazing to watch them fall for each other, read their dedication and love for each other grow. Even though this story see ...more
Akanksha❤ Søren♰
What an amazing book! The author sure can write some of the cutiest stuff I've ever read! It was soo nice this book, totally different from the first one. I loved it as much :D

Can't wait for the third book, to read about her bitch sister's story. I have a feeling she will grow on me, that bitch. :P
Lo Bookfrantic
Dec 27, 2017 rated it really liked it
4.5 stars

I really liked this book. I am so happy with the way it ended, it was just perfect!! 😁

Cass was a strong heroine in my eyes, I truly liked how she stood up for herself and even with her MS she managed to accomplish so much.

Ty was such a dreammy boyfriend I honestly love him. He kinda made me mad once but I forgave him because damn he worked for what he wanted and learned to be stronger than his disability.

The story was great, kept me glued to the pages, had some sexy, funny and definite
Sep 04, 2014 rated it did not like it
Ugh. What a let down. This is going to be a short review because this book was pretty unremarkable. I'm just going to tell you the two main reasons why I think you should pass this one by and you can make your own call.

This book suffers from Jamie McGuire syndrome. It's essentially This is Falling written over again from 2 different perspectives. I didn't want to read about the prank war or meeting the parents or going to a baseball game BECAUSE I ALREADY READ THAT BOOK. I wanted to read about
Oct 27, 2014 rated it liked it
Shelves: genre-ya-na
I love that the book was about a H in a wheelchair and a h with MS and they both didn't let it stop their passion for sport n fitness.
But the romance just didn't feel right:
Theres a scene of H being intimate with OW
Details of his manho past
H's ex hookup hitting on H right in from of h
H flirts with other girls when on break with h
H doesn't even make a real attempt to get her back, she's sad watching him flirt with other girls, he says he's sorry for being a jerk and bam they're back together
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Finally got this, whahooo, can't wait ;)
Oct 09, 2014 rated it liked it
I liked this book. I wasn't crazy about the overlapping time frame with the first book. I felt like a little of that would have been o.k. but it just kinda felt retold on both story lines, too me.
I had originally marked this novel as a DNF, but a day later, I decided to try to finish it.

In retrospect, I should have just kept it at a DNF. I wasn't the least bit blown away by this novel. I realize that it's fiction, but for me (as a reader), the storyline has to be somewhat plausible... or, at the very least, the writing should be compelling enough to force me to suspend disbelief. Unfortunately, this novel provided neither scenario for me. This novel's storyline features a parapalegic her

5 "You know I'm in love with you, right?" stars

After the prologue, I knew I would love this book. Hell, I think I knew I would love it even before I started it. You & Everything After is my second book of Ginger Scott, but I'm already in love with her writting, her characters and the unique story she creates. I fell in love with Ty and Cass in This is Falling , I loved the way Rowe & Nate saw and loved them. I felt like we already knew them, but Oh, how wrong I was. I didn't knew them at al
Dec 24, 2015 rated it really liked it
I struggled a little with this one. Just a tad. I did this on audiobook and I think it had to do with the narrator because I really, really like Ginger Scott and again I could not get into this book.
Aug 30, 2018 rated it liked it
The blurp of this book is very promising on angst department. Imagine a young man whose dream ripped from him because of careless accident taht left him paraplegic. A young woman who her life change forever when she is diagnosis with MS. Despite their past and the painful reality that robs them their dream, they managed to enroll into college and trying to be the best they can be.

But this book does not work for me. I can not connect with Ty. His behavior is not dramatic enough dealing with his
Sep 15, 2015 rated it liked it
Shelves: university, sport
3 stars! ***

The second book in the series happens in almost the same time space as This is Falling, but this on goes a bit further to the future, but not much. Maybe a month or two. I read both of those books right after each other so to me it felt like it was one loooooong book with four different POVs. But to be honest I forgot half of the things that happened in THIS IS FALLING before I even started this one.

I liked both of those books but neither of them was really remarkable or unforgettabl
Veronika's ReaderFeeder
Nov 10, 2017 rated it it was amazing
It was amazing as always. Ginger Scott rocks! <3 ...more
Nov 25, 2014 rated it it was amazing
4.5 "Be My Everything After" Stars!

Is it possible to reinvent yourself? This is the question that both the hero and heroine must face, conquer and own in You and Everything After, before they can open themselves up to the possibility of a HEA. What an emotional roller coaster! I loved how this new adult romance gem dealt with some very sensitive topics, like disabilities (both MS and being paralyzed), as well as, low self-esteem and conquering a bad reputation. The passion and romance between t
Big Joe  Rossi
May 30, 2017 rated it really liked it
Ty Preeter is the cocky, lovable brother of Nate of book #1 in the series. Wheelchair bound from a cliff diving accident he hasn't let that stop him. A trainer, a grad student, a player and when he meets Cass Owens he soon feels something he hasn't felt in a long time. Ever since his 1st love left him as high school ended after his accident.

Cass hides a secret from her roomie and the brothers. She has MS. It cost her her soccer career, her self worth to a degree and now with the training and en
Dec 05, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: romance, kindle
ARC provided by author in exchange of honest review.

4.5 Stars!!

Full review to be posted tomorrow!

This series, guys. PICK THEM UP!!! You don't have to read them in order because each book focuses on different characters but I would recommend reading them in order since the timeline of both books is the same!
Linda (un)Conventional Bookworms
You and Everything After follows more or less the same timeline as This is Falling (Falling, #1) by Ginger Scott , but it follows Cass and Ty.
I enjoyed getting to know Cass and Ty better, and their romance was very realistic.
Sep 11, 2014 rated it really liked it
Shelves: his-her-pov
I can't wait to read Ty and Cass' story!!!! I want this book now!!!!
Jul 30, 2020 rated it it was amazing
I thought that this book was good
Three Chicks
Nov 19, 2014 rated it really liked it
4.5 Steller Stars!

Review by Allison East

I love Ginger Scott's writing She is an auto-1-click author for sure, and I'm a fiend for her stories. I knew when I read How to Deal with Gravity- I needed more. Then we got This is Falling, and I fell in love with Nate and Rowe- I still needed more. Now- You and Everything After is Nate's brother Tyler's story, and his love interest, Cass.

"Careful Cass, or I'll trap you in a bottle and keep you forever."

Ty Preeter- I wanted his story, badly. I wanted to
2.5 stars
I really struggled with a rating for this book. It's very well written and I'm sure the story of a wheelchair-bound hero falling for a very battered and abused girl with MS will appeal to many readers. But for me, the more I read the more depressed and angry I became.


Best bit: The fight scene was so raw, so hurtful... I really felt like I was there in the moment. It was powerful and it will stay with me for some time.

Worst bit: Every character was just so depress
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Ginger Scott is an Amazon-bestselling, Goodreads Choice Award and Rita award-nominated author of several young and new adult romances, including Waiting on the Sidelines, This Is Falling, Wild Reckless, The Hard Count, Cry Baby and Bred.

A sucker for a good romance, Ginger’s other passion is sports, and she often blends the two in her stories. (She’s also a sucker for a hot quarterback, catcher, pi

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Falling (4 books)
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“I didn’t kiss her because I felt bad for her. I kissed her because I felt her. Cass is me—in every possible way. We’re both broken and pissed, fragile yet strong, careful with our hearts, but free with our words.” 2 likes
“Nate reaches over the counter to the sink, flinging a handful of water at me, and then flipping me off.
'Can we have one finger-free holiday, for Pete's sake?' Mom says.
'I don't know who Pete is, but tell him I don't like him fingering you,' I tease, my eyebrows high as I push backward out of mom's reach. She tries to fling water at me next, but it's too late. So instead, she just flips me off.
'Gosh, Mom. You're such a hypocrite,' I joke.”
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