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All of You

(Carrington Family #2)

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4.53  ·  Rating details ·  268 ratings  ·  95 reviews
Maryland, Present Day

Jacqueline Rogers can rebuild anything...except the shambles of her past. A restorer of vintage planes, she's worked hard to earn the reputation of being one of the guys. The last thing she needs is a former Navy pilot fighting his own inner demons stepping in to defend her from dangers she thought she’d outrun long ago. Some battles must b
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Kindle Edition, 2nd edition, 340 pages
Published May 15th 2017 by Radiant Publications
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Carrie Schmidt (Reading is My SuperPower)
At the risk of sounding completely shallow… hello Carrington brother #2!

For all of Trent’s flirty bad boy yumminess that we enjoyed in Finders Keepers, it’s MICHAEL Carrington’s deep emotion and raspy voice that currently has me swooning. Navy pilot. Double amputee. Willing to become a pirate when needed. Murmurs husky things like “You’re killing me” in the middle of a don’t-dare-breathe romantic moment. Hero. Hunk. Honorable.

Be still my book-boyfriend-collecting heart. ...more
Meghan Gorecki
A tender, riveting romance of two couples that will leave you flying high on the wings of God's grace that brings them both together.

Michael and Jacquelyn— or rather Finch and Jack— are two unforgettable characters. They've both been through a heck of a lot, and place their identities in their pasts&emdash;leaving little room for God to work. So when the sparks fly between them as Michael upholds a promise to a comrade to watch over Jack, they're both thrown for an utter loop. Su
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Kav
Aug 10, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Dual Timeline = Double swoon worthy heroes. Prepare to lose your heart in a big way between brooding present day hero Michael and flirtatious, seize-the-moment war hero Henry. My heart palpitations are having palpitations! And the great thing about the dual timeline is that it isn't clear from the onset how the two stories relate...at least it wasn't for me. So it was really fun putting the pieces together.

Present Day -- The Carrington family!!! I love the way they relate to one anot
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Susan
Heart-warming!

Sarah Monzon has provided her readers with two heart-warming stories in this dual timeline novel. As a historical fiction buff, I was immediately drawn into Alice and Henry's WWII story. However, Michael and Jack's contemporary story resonated with me in a special way.

Monzon has provided her readers with a swoon-worthy hero. Michael Carrington, a former Navy pilot, makes a promise to protect his best friend's sister. This duty-bound promise provides purpose
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Carole Jarvis
Reviewed at The Power of Words: http://bit.ly/2yfpSxA

Sarah Monzon writes my type of book – poignant and spiritually uplifting, with rich characterization. Two great leading men also! I enjoyed All of You so very much and, although it stands alone, I want to read previous books by this author very soon.

I’m particularly fond of dual timelines when they’re well crafted, as is the case here, and I was equally invested in both stories, although I connected most with Jackie and Michael. Monzon is a talented writ
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Jaycee Weaver
Oct 15, 2019 rated it it was amazing
I’m an idiot and not ashamed to say so.

It’s no secret I haven’t been much of a historical fan. When I do pick one up, it’s usually Victorian England or Old West. So I dragged my heels, even though I have read literally everything else Sarah Monzon has published. Finally, I decided not to be stupid and read through the first five chapters. Before I knew it, I was sucked into two worlds simultaneously, the present and WWII. As the stories eventually came together, there was no putting this d
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Rebecca
Apr 22, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
"I could use a friend." The words were barely audible, but they tugged her heart . . . . . . "I could use a friend too."

When Lieutenant Michael Carrington suffers career ending wounds as the result of a freak accident aboard an aircraft carrier, he could never have pictured himself as a glorified stateside baby sitter for his wing man's little sister. All in all, it has been a rather pleasant assignment, regardless of being a fighter pilot turned double amputee, for "Jack" Jacqueline
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Toni Shiloh
Apr 24, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
*Sigh* All of You leaves you with that warm glow feeling. You know that feeling when the couple comes together in the movie and that catch phrase melts your heart and brings tears to your eyes? Yep! That’s the feeling I had after reading Sarah Monzon’s latest work.

Michael “Finch” Carrington is perfect! Perfect, I say. And I’ll say it once again, perfect. Seriously, if he didn’t have the tall, dark, and handsome down pat, he had me at “Argh,” and that’s all I’m going to say about that
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Nicole
All of You is one of the most brilliant Christian novels I’ve ever read. Why?! Because of Michael Carrington. Michael is an exceptional hero. He’s handsome, disciplined, and so, so honorable. He’s a strong man with uber-confident faith in God. And, he’s cool. Like Maverick from Top Gun cool. At the start of this novel, Michael looks like he is the perfect man with the perfect life — the all-American Golden Boy! And then EVERYTHING changes in the blink of an eye.

The best part of All o
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Barbara
Jul 26, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
On a scale of cotton candy to Brussels sprouts, All of You by Sarah Monzon is a homemade egg mcmuffin. Quality ingredients push this breakfast favorite to taste-bud tingling levels of deliciousness. Better yet, this breakfast staves off hunger for hours.

[Free copy received. Opinions my own.]

Jack is used to taking care of herself. Growing up with a lot of brothers, she's all airplane engine grease and camo (even if it is pink). When her abusive ex shows up in town again, j
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Courtney Clark
Aug 31, 2018 rated it it was amazing
This is my favorite of the series!!!

With All of You, Sarah Monzon captures the realistic struggles of life. Oh my heart! It encompasses trust, independence, and sacrifice in so many ways. In Michael’s healing and heroism. In Jack’s independence and worth. In Alice’s fortitude and role in something bigger than herself. The slow-build romance was amazing. My favorite part about this story had to do with the selflessness of Michael — his choices were admirable, but God was calling him t
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Melissa
May 27, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
4.5 Stars RT BookReviews Top Pick
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The second book in Monzon's Carrington Family series is thoroughly enjoyable, yet deeply meaningful as well. The characters go through realistic struggles, and it's evident that the author did research into the subjects. The faith message is integral to the story and feels organic and necessary. Nothing is whitewashed, and God's power to transform hearts and lives is shown in a
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Fiction Aficionado
Ahhhh! *happy sigh* Sarah Monzon has outdone herself with this novel! What a beautiful story, especially Michael’s journey—becoming a double amputee and struggling to deal with the challenges that presents. And that ending! So poignant, and absolutely perfect for the story.

Michael and Jack (I don’t suggest calling her Jacquelyn!) were such strong characters—not because they didn’t have struggles, but because of the way they faced their struggles. It’s obvious the author did her resea
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Rachel
Apr 16, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
As a newly converted contemporary fiction reader (previously I was strictly Historical), Sarah Monzon's books hit a sweet spot in my heart. A split timeline that weaves the past and the present together in a tapestry that is full of beautiful and unique characters.

I simply adore what Sarah is doing with this series. The dual timelines are so much fun and make it VERY hard to put the book down. ONE of my favorite parts was reading about the ATA (Air Transport Auxiliary) in All of You. The ATA em
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Lori
Apr 23, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
First of all let me say Wow!!!!! What a fantastic story written straight from the author's heart!!!
Friends can come in all shapes or sizes, whole or not. It's what's in the heart that matters.
I love how the author weaves past with present and eventually connecting to the present.
You see, the past is what makes us what we are today.
Some of our past is good. Some is not.
I enjoyed the banter between Henry and Alice. I immediately felt the connection that they'd make a great team. Jus
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Michelle
Apr 28, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
love books with two story lines, past and present. Some authors can't pull this off but Sarah did a wonderful job combining two stories into one. I really enjoyed the present day characters more so than the past. This is unusual for me but I still enjoyed it! I loved the setting and the overall feel of the book. I admit I think I liked the previous story Finders Keepers a bit more than All of You. But obviously both are good! Sarah Monzon is an author to keep you eye on and I highly recommend a ...more
Kay Defreese
Jul 22, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
All of You is book 2 in the Carrington Family series. Like the first book it involves a dual timeline which are 1944 and the present. The heroine in the modern timeline is Jack aka Jackie but don't call her Jacqueline. The heroine in the 1944 timeline is Alice. Both of these women are involved in jobs that are typically held by men. Jack is a restorer of vintage airplanes and Alice flies airplanes.

We met Trent Carrington in the first book and in this book we meet his brother Michael.
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Iola
Jun 24, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
All of You is book two in Sarah Monzon’s Carrington Family series, following Finders Keepers. I haven’t read the first book, but it didn’t matter—this worked well as a standalone novel.

It’s set in two separate timelines. In the present day, ex-Navy pilot Michael Carrington is trying to rebuild his life after losing two limbs in a freak accident. He’s promised to look out for his friend’s baby sister. Vintage airplane restorer Jacqueline Rogers doesn’t want or need his help, but sees
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Rachel
I really enjoyed this tender romance between a wounded Navy pilot and a feisty airplane mechanic. And although the switching back and forth took me a little bit of getting used, I also enjoyed the secondary WWII romance and mystery and how it ties together in the end.

Michael (Finch) is a man of great integrity and although he's a wounded warrior (double amputee), he can't turn down his best friend's request to look out for his sister. When Finch meets Jack (Jackie), the sparks began
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Marsha  Bernabe
Mar 10, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Very good

This was a very good story.. I loved the duelling time lines. This story captivated me from the beginning to the end
Winnie
Jun 15, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I'm usually not a great fan of dual timelines, but Sarah Monzon constructs them beautifully and ties them together masterfully. In All of You, the settings in England during WWII and present day Maryland both drew me in and kept my interest throughout the story. The characters, Alice and Henry, Jacqueline (Jack) and Michael, were all flawed but endearing and realistic. Threads of hope, faith, and healing woven into the story gave an added dimension to it. I would recommend this book to those who ...more
Catherine
May 23, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I so love storylines that step away from the norm and this one did just that for me. I loved the characters of Michael and Jack(ie) because they weren't perfect. They were each struggling with relatable issues and needed to find a way to overcome them before seeing the possibility of hope and a future. An added bonus to this book was the second storyline that took place during the Second World War. With attention to detail, realistic characters and real life issues, this book ticks all my boxes. ...more
Beth Erin
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This series just got even better, y'all!!! A WWII England historical thread is the cherry on top for this second helping of Carrington Family deliciousness!

Jacqueline "Jack" Rogers is passionate about her work. She's not afraid to get her hands dirty as she pours her heart, sweat, and elbow grease into restoring vintage planes.

Michael Carrington has some serious healing to do, inside and out!
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Emily
All of You weaves two storylines together in a beautiful tale of love and acceptance. The first is of Jacqueline "Jack" Rodgers, an airplane mechanic and refurbish-er, and Lieutenant Michael "Finch" Carrington, a military pilot grounded by an injury resulting in amputations. Both characters have severe problems to overcome. Jack's abusive ex-fiance is back from deployment, and he is threatening her. Jack's brother calls in his friend Michael, amputee or not, to guard Jack from the jerk. Sparks f ...more
Julia
Sep 16, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
All Of You by Sarah Monzon is a marvellous Christian historical and contemporary romance which I loved.
The action alternates between 1944 and present day, following two very modern, forward thinking and unconventional heroines. Two ladies both operating in a man's world. They face opposition - not only fighting the Nazis in 1944 but also fighting the attitude of men who believe that the only place for women is in the home.
The airfields of England in 1944 and the towns of present day
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Debbie
Sep 20, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
"All of You" by Sarah Monzon is the second book in the (A Carrington Family Novel)series. You can enjoy "All Of You" without reading "Finders Keeper" the first book in the series. I will say that I'm glad I read "Finders Keeper" first because two of the four main characters have a little more of their story in " All of You". Trust me, if you want to know how Summer and Trent get to where they are in "All Of You" "Finders Keepers" is a wonderful five star book that will keep you turning the pages ...more
JaneReads
Review can be found here.

Loved it! Story is told in a dual timeline style (a style I have really come to enjoy). Readers first meet Michael from the present day storyline and then we meet Alice from the WWII storyline. Both are pilots and you know their stories are going to connect eventually but how? I was sucked into both storylines right away and each time the story switched between time periods I couldn’t wait to get back to the other one. Alice is a strong woman and I couldn’t help but be inspi
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Jessica Baker (A Baker's Perspective)

This book has so much going for it. Present day story, historical story, a female pilot, a wounded soldier, love, and so much more. Above all these things? The promise of God always being there for us, and a character whos faith didn't seem to waiver, even though I'm pretty sure if it was me, I would not be able to say the same. But here's the thing. I loved the way the author wrote this character - Michael. While his faith didn't waver, he did ask questions that I think we all would ask, and he
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Becky Van Daniker
Nov 12, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
All of You by is the first book that I’ve read from Sarah Monzon and it won’t be my last. I’d recommend with this without a moment of hesitation. I was somewhat confused in the beginning because the dual timeline didn’t transition well. Eventually, I learned to adjust to the timeline which made it flow smoothly. This is the kind of book where you’ll get to see storylines from both modern day and in the past and eventually the two tie in together.

We need more stories like these. Femal
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A Carol award finalist and Selah award winner, Sarah Monzon is a stay-at-home mom who makes up imaginary friends to have adult conversations with (otherwise known as writing novels). As a navy chaplain's wife, she resides wherever the military happens to station her family and enjoys exploring the beauty of the world around her.

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