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All the Paths to You

(All the Worlds Between Us #2)

4.18  ·  Rating details ·  131 ratings  ·  26 reviews
In the sequel to "All the Worlds Between Us," swimmer Quinn Hughes has given up a lot in order to be an Olympian: her social life, her love life, and everything that comes with being a normal twenty-three-year-old. Just days away from competing in the Tokyo Games, Quinn runs into her childhood best friend and high school sweetheart, Kennedy Reed. Five years earlier, they’d ...more
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Published June 16th 2020
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Lex Kent
May 30, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I really enjoyed this. This book had a lot of feel good moments and I still have a big smile on my face. This was a good book to read now in the crazy time we are living. This is actually the sequel to All the Worlds Between Us. That first book was Miller’s debut but now this being her third book, I noticed a good amount of growth in her writing. While I thought book one was a solid debut, this book felt stronger. This is a sequel, and you would get the most out of reading book one first, but yo ...more
Jude in the Stars
Jun 03, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
The time has finally come for Quinn and Kennedy. I guess you could read All the Paths to You as a standalone but don’t. You’ll understand a lot more about Quinn and about the dynamics of her relationship with Kennedy if you read All the Worlds Between Us first.

Which I’m going to have to spoil a little to set the scene of this second book, so you might want to stop reading this review right here.

In All the Worlds Between Us, Quinn and Kennedy were teenagers and they had this amazing second-chance
Jul 20, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This has been a book that talks about the sports environment but from the point of view of the stress that success can produce in an elite athlete. The story begins when swimmer Quinn Hughes is about to leave for the Tokyo Olympics, after having previously been in the Rio Olympics and not having achieved individual but collective successes, being part of the relay team there.

Quinn is disciplined and completely focused on victory, she has trained hard both physically and mentally and is ready. It
Pam Holzner
May 24, 2021 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Kind of 3 + 5.

I really enjoyed the 1st person narration, our narrator being an Olympic swimmer, learning more about that world, the turnaround, and the over-the-top marriage proposal. That was all 5.

The 3 part was the depression in the middle. It's hard to read about. I would say harder to live through but I'm not sure that real people even know they are depressed. It's like having a broken arm but not realizing it doesn't work. So hard to be helplessly watching someone you love be depressed.
Paradise Lost
Jan 12, 2021 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
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3.5 stars

Super fun read
Feb 21, 2021 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
A second chance romance featuring two high school sweethearts, told in first person from Quinn's POV. She's an elite Olympic swimmer and as she swam her races I felt like I was THERE. Just the right amount of angst and so beautifully written. This one will stay with me for a while and make me excited to read this author's next book. ...more
Quinn Hughes and Kennedy Reed had known each other since they were seven. Before heading off to college, they made a pact: if their paths crossed again after college, they would try to date each other again.

At twenty three, Quinn was heading to Tokyo Olympics for five swimming events. Right before she left San Francisco, East-Coast Kennedy happened to visit the city and sparks flew. That had to be a sign that they should date again, right?

Post-Olympics Quinn was not a happy Quinn, but she had Ke
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Second chances. Also the second book with Kennedy Reed and Quinn Hughes.

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Ameliah Faith
Jun 04, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Golden Dreams
Quinn has given up everything to become the best of the best, an Olympic swimmer. Her life consists of training, eating, sleeping, and repeat. There is no time for romance and other things a regular 23 yr old would do and now she is realizing just how much she has given up. A few days before the Tokyo games, her best friend and childhood sweetheart, Kennedy, comes to town to visit her brother. Kennedy is the one who all others are compared to. Once upon a time they had made a pact t
Aleana Harris
May 29, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I received an ARC copy of this book from the Publisher via Netgalley and voluntarily leaving my review.

Quinn has spent her whole life training to become a Olympian and now that she achieving her goals she doesn’t know what her life going to be after this.

When Quinn and Kennedy meet again to catch up while she in town for her brother wedding. Quinn realize the reason none of her dates work out because the sparks she felt was there until she saw Kennedy again and this time she not going to let th
Jun 02, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
First off I would like to thank Morgan Lee Miller, Bold strokes books and Netgalley for the Advanced readers Copy. I wont lie. I was worried about this book. This is book 2 in the series, if you have not read the first book then get on it as it was great. You could read this as a stand alone but you would miss so much in the feelings. So back to being worried. I loved book one. I liked it so much I re-read it. When I was awarded this arc I decided to read them as one book and see how it went. I ...more
I’m not exactly where to star with this review without absolutely gushing about how much I adored and appreciated this book! I was so lucky to receive and e-Arc of All the Worlds Between Us from Netgalley last year and fell in love with Quinn and Kennedy straight away! To this day it’s still one of my absolute favourite ‘high school f/f romance books’ (if that categorisation makes any sense at all)! Of course, when I saw a sequel was announced I pre-ordered it straight away and I was so kindly a ...more
Jun 22, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2020
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Rep: lesbian MCs, MC with depression, lesbian side characters


E-ARC kindly provided by the publisher.


”I closed my eyes and inhaled a long breath that filled me up with the smell of her. My heart dropped. She still smelled the same.”

Quinn Hughes, professional swimmer, has a lot of things going for her in her life. She’s qualified for the Olympics in Tokyo, her years of training have finally paid off. She’s quickly approaching the height o
Jul 19, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Even though I don't read a lot of New Adult type books, I had been so impressed by Hammer Strings and Beautiful Things that I picked this one up. I was definitely not disappointed. Ms Miller has a very deft hand at portraying the uncertainty and doubt of young adulthood without infantilizing her characters.

Although they were in a relationship during high school, Quinn and Kennedy separated as they both pursued college. Despite the separation, the connection they had lingered and when they meet
Mirtha Siblesz
Jun 19, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Loved it!

Read the first book and hoped for a sequel. Got the sequel three days ago and just finished it! I loved this book as much as the first one. Maybe even more! Quinn and Kennedy are 23 year old young women now and going through all the angst of young adulthood while struggling with the possibility of getting their second chance after five years since they made their pact to try to be together again after they both had finished college and their lives were more in sync.

Quinn is days from le
Jun 22, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: body-positivity, lgbt
I loved this book, I have a soft spot for swimming and used to dream about being an Olympic swimmer when I was younger so this book caught my eye. Its the story of Quinn who is an Olympic swimmer and Kennedy whom she has known since she was 7 and been in love with for all that time. They kissed in high school and agreed to meet up again after college, the book starts there and follows the reconnection and a familiar romance narrative. The other story and context is Quinn's efforts to train for t ...more
Aug 04, 2020 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
I loved the first book of the series. I enjoy YA books and I was looking forward to this sequel especially since the last book ended in a 'to be continued' kind of way. So, I really wanted to like it. However, that was not really the case.

I liked that we got to see more of Quinn's swimming career and a bit of Kennedy's time since they left high school. However, I found myself not connecting with Quinn which was bad since this is a first person book. I actually found Kennedy a lot more interesti
May 31, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 5-stars
An honest review thanks to NetGalley. I have both been dreading and looking forward to this book. The first one had me bawling my eyes out and gasping for air at the angst the author put forth. Which is me saying that you MUST read the first before picking this one up. I have been waiting for the second book the minute I finished the first knowing that there was more to Quinn and Kennedy then what we were left with. This was even better then what I wanted, again I cried. I love Miller's writing ...more
Jun 11, 2020 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
I wanted to loved this story. Getting to read from the perspective of a successful female athlete about her journey at the Olympics and after was interesting, and made even better by the fact that she was queer. The relationship story was set up to be interesting but the pacing of the relationship timeline with the pacing of the story timeline felt off to me.

I also really struggled with the writing style and felt like i was being overwhelmed with minute details that didn’t help move the story fo
Jamie Coudeville
This caught me a bit by surprise. I didn't expect there to be a sequel, but I'm glad there was one. I was surprised by how quickly the Olympics happened in this book, I hadn't expected that until more towards the end but it all ended up making sense. (view spoiler) ...more
Apr 24, 2021 rated it it was amazing
Highly recommend

I love to read, but never leave book reviews, however, I feel compelled to. The talk about mental health and depression really struck a cord with me. Not many lesbian romance books tough the topic, but it’s one that should. This book was absolutely amazing. It was so well written and the relationship didn’t feel rushed. I will definitely be reading this and the previous books again.
Gah! What a perfect sequel. I really loved this series.
I really loved the realness of the struggles that Quinn and Kennedy faced together. Depression isn’t easy and I don’t feel like it’s talked about enough. There were happy moments, sad moments and moments that had me smiling from ear to ear. Definitely would recommend!
May 30, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: arc
This was REALLY cute. I'll be honest and say that I didn't read the first book, because I didn't realize this was a sequel. It wasn't a problem, though, and in many ways, this reads like a stand alone. The MC is an Olympic caliber swimmer who peaks in her career and is starting to struggle, around the same time her ex-girlfriend from high school makes a reappearance in her life and the two rekindle their romance.

I was a bit of a jock in high school, so I love fiction where the MC is an athlete,
Laura Halcom
This book gives you a lot of insight into the hard life that Olympians lead. There can be great rewards, but there are also great sacrifices.
Jan 17, 2021 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: lgbtq-books
Similar to other lesbian romances, the drama and intense filled plot is what keeps you reading. The characters' personalities and occupations are what make this story different. As an Olympian, Quinn finds her swimming career racing against her high school sweetheart's love. The dynamic and growth of their relationship kept me from putting this story down. The twists and turns, along with the character growth, made for a great story from start to finish.

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Morgan Lee Miller started writing at the age of 5 in the suburbs of Cleveland, Ohio, where she learned to entertain herself by writing her first few novels all by hand (Don't worry, she doesn't do this anymore). She majored in journalism and creative writing from Grand Valley State University.

Her writing background has led her to work in advocacy and fundraising for LGBTQ+ and animal welfare nonpr

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