For countless millennia, she's helped her assignments find truth in their experiences and improve their lives. Once, she'd been tender and caring, but humanity's misuse of free will and her own missteps have left her jaded.
Now, all Amity allows is the truth. Get in, get out, and never let them know that she’s there. That’s the motto she's lived by for years. She considers her latest assignment nothing more than the next in a long line of jilted lovers that she’s had to help. When her presence exposes more than either of them was ready for, will they be able to find the truths hidden deep within the other? Or will the fallout leave them both in tatters?
The truth will set them free.
I was really excited when the chance to review All Amity Allows came up. I've seen it advertised for the past month or so and thought it looked like a good read.
It's very well written, I have no complaints about that. I enjoyed the story and read it in (mostly) one sitting. But I just felt like something was missing. It was a little predictable in spots and there were instances where I wished there was more description and less in other instances.
I feel I may have understood some of those missing details if I had read Happily Evan After first, even though I assume All Amity Allows is supposed to be able to stand on it's own.
There was one instance where Evan states he's never heard of a female Angel. I feel like that should have been elaborated on later, because the statement makes no sense, considering what you learn in the book.
Aside from that small issue, which may not even bother others, I definitely recommend All Amity Allows if you enjoy a sweet romance (with hiccups along the way).