Review: Going All In by Amy Manemann


Bright lights, big city…

Tucker Williams always dreamed of being a big city lawyer and he’s made that dream a reality in Atlanta. When he’s called back to his hometown of Saddle Creek, TN, after his father suffers a mild stroke, the self-proclaimed workaholic only plans to stay as long as his momma needs him. But a chance encounter with his former high-school sweetheart shakes up his carefully laid plans.

Small town, comfortable life…

Family has always been important to Hadley James, and she’s never regretted staying in Saddle Creek after graduation, even though it broke her heart to say goodbye to Tucker. Having her family—especially her three sisters—around has helped her turn her soap-making business downtown into a huge success. She hasn’t had time for romance, focusing solely on her family and her store, yet when Tucker arrives back in town, he stirs up old feelings Hadley thought were long dead.

Home is where the heart is…

A trip down memory lane has Tucker rethinking his past choices and wondering if there’s more to life than case files and bachelorhood. When Hadley admits she’s kept her heart closed off all these years because Tucker is the only man she’s ever loved, Tucker must decide if his future is

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About the author

Amy Manemann is an International Best Selling Author. She writes sexy and intriguing romantic suspense, young adult paranormal romance, contemporary romance (NEW), and dabbles in children’s books. She resides in her hometown along the Mississippi river with her husband and their two children. When she isn’t plotting her next book, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, and diving into a good book.

Amy is also a site administrator for the World Literary Café, an online literary community for authors and readers.

You can connect with Amy at

I want to thank Amy Manemann and her PA Brenda Kness for providing me with this book so that I could bring you this review.

When I read the premise to this book I knew it would be a really sweet read. And honestly sometimes that is exactly the kind of book you need to read. I absolutely enjoyed this book. I wasn’t wrong or disappointed in this sweet book. Now I don’t know if you all know how much I enjoy second chance love stories or that every once in a while I like to have a break from all the drama I usually tend to read. This was just the kind of book you want to sit and read on a cold winter night while curled up in the coach with a blanket. To have two characters who have let life take them in different directions and worry about other things going on their lives, find themselves again is awesome. I hope you all take the time to read this book and just sit to enjoy it as much as I did.

I gave this book 4 kisses.

Happy Reading… Adri

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