All We Knew
For Hunter and Sara, getting married was easy. It’s staying together that’s the true test of love…
Hunter Cabot deeply loves two things: the international tea company he’s helped his father build, and his wife, Sara. From the moment he first saw her wide smile on their college campus years ago, Hunter fell hard. Yet now, with other family members pushing to sell the thr...more
All We Knew by Jamie Beck is an emotional and heartfelt read.
The writing is well done, the storyline brought out the feels and the characters Hunter and Sara were passionate people who needed to take a step back from real life and remember that without honest communication their relationship would never survive everything that had been thrown at them.
All We Knew is the second book from The Cabots series by Jamie Beck, each book can be read as a standalone and I highly recommend ...more
I read because I want to escape from the world, to have something that I never will have in the real life, then imagine fairy tale will happen on me some day some time, then at least I will have hours good time in my ugly life.
But the book is real, a mirror shown my life which i seen every day.
The book is good but ..... I don’t want it, I want to escape not fa ...more
Hunter Cabot deeply loves two things: the international tea company he’s helped his father build since he was in middle school, and his wife, Sara, who he fell in love with at first sight. Now it looks like everything he loves is falling apart. His father is looking to sell the company after promising Hunter that it would be his one day to lead. The failure to start a family and the stress of work ...more
Hunter and Sara have been married for 14 years. They put off having kids until they both felt established in their careers. They have been dealing with fertility issues for the last 2 ...more
Must, must read.
Hunter and Sara have been married for fifteen years and have had a fantastic marriage. Hunter is very invo ...more
4.5*s of moving, emotional and complicated real life
This is the second book in the series. I would definitely recommend that you read them in order, as you will understand the family dynamics better, and meet Hunter and Sara before the story focusses on them. It is also a very good emotional read about Colby's past, present and future.
What Ms Beck has a great talent for as a writer, is getting under the skin of the lead ...more
As a birth mother myself, parts of this were very hard to read... But that is actually saying something positive about Beck's writing. I think about my daughter somewhere out there every day, but I DON'T often relive the difficulty of making the choice I made and sticking to it despite the intense love I felt and desire to keep that sweet little bundle. I don't often let myself acknowledge the fear that I gave her up to offer her stability I couldn't provide, but her adoptive paren ...more
This book was a true and honest look at relationships and how, at times, love does not conquer all. I thought the emotions portrayed by both Hunter and Sara were genuine and real. Each person had an unique view of how other's behavior affected them yet not seeming to realize that their behavior could be hurtful to the other.
Seeing Hunter and Sara work through their problems, the realness of it all, came through loud and ...more
M/F Rekindling Romance
Triggers: Infertility, Adoption, Drug addiction
I was given this book for an honest review by Wicked Reads.
This is a story that is wrought with emotion. I cried more than once during this book and it was an emotional roller coaster.
Hunter and Sara have been married for a while and are ready for their next adventure. Sara's desire to be a mom is overwhelming for her. Unfortunately, they are met with infertility. It's crushing for ...more
Sara and Hunter are college sweethearts, together for 14 years. But lots of things have played havo ...more
Hunter Cabot should have it made. He works for a great company which he loves and has a wife he loves and things have been going well until now. His Father is thinking of selling the company and Hunter has to come to a decision, whether to go find another job or go along with his Father. He decides to fight instead. However, this means more work for him and that doesn’t ...more
I find the opening of the book heavy with emotion and a struggle for the couple Sarah and Hunter. ... his work schedule and the difficulty for Sarah to get pregnant.
Our hero here is Hunter Cabot. ...more
If you've read Jamie Beck's earlier works, note this is a shift. I would not call this a romance novel. It had promise to still be of interest to me, even though I was hoping it was like her earlier works. But it didn't work for me. The writing is good but the storyline and characters didn't work for me.
The first 200 pages we are bombarded with negativity. Sara can't have a baby and it's her sole focus. Sara is upset that her marriage isn't like her parents; she feels her husband is AW ...more
Sara and Hunter dealt with infertility issues for so long, that it started to take a toll on their marriage. Sara felt that she was th ...more
Hunter loved Sara from the day he met here but he also loved Cabot Tea, the company his dad founded and where Hunter worked his way up ...more
Sara Cabot longed to have children. But after years of trying to get pregnant, even with the help of medical intervention, motherhood, remained just a dream for her. Sara and Hunter both felt that their relationship was a strong one. They thought that they would be able to weather just about anything, b ...more
Wall Street Journal and USA Today bestselling author Jamie Beck’s realistic and heartwarming stories have sold more than three million cop ...more