All In (Full Tilt, #2) by Emma Scott

All In (Full Tilt, #2)

SPOILERS FOR FULL TILT....Reeling from her loss, Kacey Dawson is grieving and heartbroken, her addictive demons hauling her back into the alcohol-soaked abyss she worked so hard to crawl out of. Kacey teeters on the edge of oblivion, and must fight her way through the pain, to build a new life for herself with her music, and somehow fulfill the promise she made to Jonah…one she feels is impossible to keep.Theo Fletcher has a secret burning in h...


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TitleAll In (Full Tilt, #2)
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Release DateOct 11th, 2016
LanguageEnglish
GenreRomance, New Adult, Contemporary, Contemporary Romance
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Reviews All In (Full Tilt, #2)

  • Christy
    2016-10-08
    5+ stars!!!All In is the all-consuming, beautiful conclusion to Full Tilt. It’s one of those books that ‘hurt so good’. Full Tilt was one of the very best books I’ve read this year. It’s an unforgettable and touching read. I was anxious to read this one. Would it live up to the first? I can easily say with no hesitation YES. It did. Just like the first book, this one left it’s mark on me. I have been thinking of it non-stop since I fi...
  • Maria✦❋Steamy Reads Blog❋✦
    2016-10-09
    "Despite our losses, we would keep going. Never give in or give up. Because love always wins. Always." ➦I will keep this review short and sweet. First of all, if you haven't read the first book in the duet you definitely need to read that one first. You can read my review to the first book HERE➦Passing out while reading before bed is a pretty regular occurrence for me. But sometimes... RARELY... a book will keep me up. That's a great book! T...
  • Alex is The Romance Fox
    2016-10-25
    Full Tilt was one of the very best books I’ve read this year. It’s an unforgettable and touching read. I was anxious to find out what would happen to Kacey Dawson.All In is an intense, powerful and beautiful conclusion to the Full Tilt Duet by Emma Scott.A compelling, touching, moving, unforgettable and inspiring story of love, loss, hope, heartbreak, family, friendship - a story that makes your heart and soul hurt and makes you cry with sadn...
  • Dana Ilie
    2018-05-20
    While the book wasn’t as earth shattering as its predecessor, it did more than hold it’s on. It stood on it’s own, a different story but just as beautiful. And while Full Tilt taught me to revel in the moments, All In reminded me where truth lies. I’m the kind of person who overthinks everything, so these words were the perfect antidote.What an amazing discovery Emma Scott is to me. I can’t wait to read more of her books!Just perfect. A...
  • Hulya Kara Yuksel
    2016-10-08
    "Love had no end. She was infinite. She was a universe, my universe, and I was hers.Love had no boundaries, no rules, no favorites.And no limits." "Full Tilt" and "All In" books were the hardest books I ever read. They gave me the best but also the worst days of my life... I cried too much while I was reading them but it was so worth all my tears... Jonah, Theo, Kacey touched my heart, touched my soul... I’ll never, ever forget this story, I'l...
  • Bibi
    2016-10-09
    *ARC generously provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review*This is book 2 of the Full Tilt series and it's advised that you read Full Tilt before reading All In.Three words to describe this book: Empathic. Fluid. True. I would have been tempted to get all giddy about this story if, having lost a sibling myself, the subject matter hadn't been so close to home. Following Full Tilt, I waited with baited breath to read how Emma would hand...
  • Pearl Angeli
    2017-07-13
    5 Stars! “Love had no boundaries, no rules, no favorites. And no limits.” I really needed a warm hug after finishing this book. The heartbreaking yet heart-warming journey was as good as can be expected.All In was a perfect follow-up to Full Tilt. It's a powerful story of starting over and emotional healing. I don't want to give too much away by describing the plot but all I have to say is, the book effortlessly took my breath away, moved m...
  • Mads
    2018-10-13
    “Where there is ruin, there is hope for treasure.”Extreme - More Than Wordshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UrIiL...You're in for an emotional roller coaster ride SO →I loved every single page, and to be honest, I could not put these books down, not even the second time, SO YES I will highly recommend this! Theo Fletcher was this hero I fell in love with all over, I loved him in book 1 and I loved him in this book! “I could tell my words ...
  • Emma Scott
    2016-08-23
    “How can I ever let go when there was still so much I didn’t do?” she demanded with sudden fire. “Because I could have done more. I should have done more. I should’ve married him. Did he want that? A wedding? Or I could have had his baby. So he could know that a part of him would go on forever.”“Kacey—”“I could’ve done it,” she said fiercely. “How can I let go when I didn’t do enough?”“Bullshit,” I said. “Was J...
  • Chelsea Humphrey
    2017-06-19
    Ugh. I knew it. While this wasn't bad and I did enjoy it mostly, I was hoping for more than the cliche. I had read another review stating this wasn't going to be the token "girl jumps from brother to brother" romance, but it ended up being exactly that. I don't judge the author for taking this in the direction she did; it was written well and she formed a great storyline. It felt as I had become so attached to Jonah that I couldn't switch gears i...
  • Astrid - The Bookish Sweet Tooth
    2016-10-07
    All the feels = All the stars in the universe. Again.Review @ Vanilla & Spice BooksHello epic book hangover. That's it. I'm done. This series has captured my heart and wrecked it, yet I can't help and want to start at the beginning right now. I'm in love with the whole lot of main and secondary cast and I just missed them ten minutes after closing the book. I'm trying to keep this review as spoiler-free as possible but if you haven't read Full Ti...
  • Christie«SHBBblogger»
    2016-06-30
    Title: All InSeries: Full Tilt #2 Author: Emma ScottRelease date: October 11, 2016Cliffhanger: NoHEA(view spoiler)[Yes (hide spoiler)]You can prepare all you want for someday. Nothing prepares you for the day of.Emma Scott has created something so special with these characters in the Full Tilt Duet. I wish I had the proper words to express how much they have affected me. Let me put it this way, there are some books that you read, enjoy, and you ...
  • Chantal ❤️
    2016-10-12
    5++ HEART-HEALING STARS "We stood up together, emerged from the barren space together, bonded not in shared grief, but in shared love. Theo and I, a treasure out of the ruin." This is it for me guys! I am calling It MY BEST READ of 2016! This is the book duet that makes all others look like failed fairy tale wannabe! This is NOT a "traditional feel good" book with everything coming easy and everything black and white. It's all about the gray area...
  • Claire Robinson
    2016-03-15
    5 - Instead of feeling bad that it ended... I'm just happy it happened. Stars!Emma Scott, comes full circle with the second part of the Full Tilt duology, with All In, this is probably one of the books I have anticipated the most this year, and if you have read Full Tilt I am certain you would understand why. If you haven’t the below review does contain spoilers, and to be blunt, you need to read it first, to understand just how awesome-sauce...
  • Paige
    2016-10-08
    5 "Because love always wins. Always." StarsAll In was my most anticipated read of the fall, and it was perfect. Theo and Kacey traveled a long and winding road but in the end their happiness played exactly as the universe planned. While it may not have been easy and it may have broken my heart more than once, this duet and its ending were proof that love never ends and true love is a real and tangible thing.Picking up where Full Tilt ended, Kacey...
  • Kathleen
    2016-10-12
    Story Rating ~ 5 Stars!Hero Rating ~ 5 Stars!Heroine Rating~ 5 Stars!Romance Rating ~ 5 Stars!Heat Rating ~ 3.5 Stars!Ending ~ 5 Stars!Overall Rating ~ 5 Stars!This review contains NO spoilers, NO gifs, NO photos! What it does contain is my heart and soul feelings.I’ve been dying for this book ever since I read the last words in Full Tilt book one of this two book series. Book one left me in emotional shambles. As I started reading All In ...
  • Dee Montoya
    2016-10-12
    Infinite Stars**********(ARC kindly provided by Author in exchange for an honest review)This story was beautiful and heartbreaking. Is a book that starts with a lot of pain, and ends with even more hope. You'll feel, and live each word as if they were your own, making this duet simply magnificent... I'm going to be honest here, I'm struggling trying to find the right words to review this book, because I don't want to give too much away for the s...
  • Jeannine Allison
    2016-06-07
    *Major spoilers from Full Tilt are present in this review* This will, without a doubt, be the longest review I've ever written. But we all love reading, so it's not super obnoxious, right?! ... Right?!?? Well I hope not, but I have a lot of freaking feelings about this amazing novel (and duet, really). So I'm going to write this long ass review and hope people will take the time to read it ;)I am so incredibly glad that I discovered Emma Scott at...
  • NiCoLeTa E.
    2016-10-14
    ***5 "You're my forever!!!" stars*** All in (n) (poker): when a player has moved all of their chips into the pot; an all-or-nothing bet.“WHERE THERE IS RUIN, THERE IS HOPE FOR TREASURE.” -RumiThis book was bittersweet for me...I freakin' loved it as much as i did the first book, but i couldn't shake away my sadness for Jonah's absence...Unfortunately, I'm from those kind of girls that i can't get over things very soon, even in fictionary w...
  • warhawke
    2016-10-10
    Genre: Contemporary RomanceType: Book 2 of 2 from Full Tilt seriesPOV: First Person - DualRating: Warning: This review contains spoilers from Book 1, Full TiltI don't want to write spoiler review but it's impossible to express my thoughts without mentioning things/names from previous book. And I don't like to repress my feelings (lol!) so please don't read this review unless you've read book 1. No spoiler for Book 2.Months after her loss, Kasey D...
  • Nicola
    2017-07-07
    For all that Full Tilt shattered me, All In put me back together again and there is absolutely no question that these books are two of my favourite all-time reads.Simply put, Emma Scott has created a wonderful, and again poignant, story of love, loss and hope. To take the story down the path she does was a bold move and to do it with such flawless perfection displays real talent, and whilst my emotions weren't quite so extreme this time around,...
  • Jenny••Steamy Reads Blog••
    2016-10-12
    "Choose your card, sweetheart."There was no fortune card choosing for me in this story. I think the deck was already fully laid out. When I read Full Tilt, I was shattered, completely and utterly shattered. Starting All In, I read the love, the passion, I could literally sense the dedication, the commitment that Theo had in making Kacey his in every way. Not going to lie, I was ready to pull my hair out at the lack of communication between Theo &...
  • KAS
    2016-10-31
    *5+ Unforgettable, Mouth Watering Stars*AND ....... EXHALE. It has been 82 days since reading the gut-wrenching first book of this duet "Full Tilt". My heart pure ached for Jonah and Kacey, but I also knew Theo was waiting in the wings to put all the broken pieces back together. I just could not fathom how Emma Scott was going satisfy her readers, who like me, were lying prostate in the fetal position and basically looking like Humpty Dumpty. Not...
  • Sher❤ The Fabulous BookLover
    2016-08-28
    :::4 Solid Stars!:::"This close, he was my entire world, with no place for anything else."All In is the conclusion to one of the most sweetest, heartfelt stories I've read all year...Full Tilt. If ever I anticipated a book it would be Theo and Kacey's story. I fell in love with these two characters from book one and I was so excited to see what becomes of them. The chemistry between Kacey and Theo was undeniable. It was beautiful, if a tad bit fo...
  • Lo Bookfrantic
    2016-10-07
    FULL REVIEW COMING...BUT this book just wow I loved it so much it hurts. It deserves a good review and i shall do my best. Loved it all. However; if you want to read this book please don't read blurb and read book one first otherwise you will ruin the experience that this book delivers.F(BR) with my shhlut War, I'm the blonde on the left she looks like trouble lol Dying for this baby can't wait to see how this will end upBook Order:
  • NMmomof4
    2016-12-27
    4.5 Stars **This review has BIG SPOILERS for those that haven't read the first book, Full Tilt, please do not read the following review if you haven't read that book first** (view spoiler)[Overall Opinion: I really liked this one! I rated the first book 5 stars, so while I really liked this one -- I didn't quite love it as much as that one. Why? Well, I guess all I can say is that I wanted more time with them actually together as an official cou...
  • Robin Hill
    2016-04-11
    5.5 stars.***Review contains spoilers for Full Tilt*** If you haven’t blocked me from hijacking your feed yet, you may have noticed I’ve spent the last few days beta-reading for Emma Scott. If this had been an ARC, I would have inhaled it in one sitting. As it was, I had to keep reminding myself that I was not reading purely for my enjoyment. Even though I did enjoy it. Immensely. And that is the magic word folks… "ENJOY." If you’re readi...
  • Talia (Red Hot Ink)
    2017-05-25
    5 blue butterfly stars.ARC kindly offered by the publisher through NetgalleyPROBABLY SPOILERISH.DEFINITELY SPOILERISH IF YOU HAVEN'T READ FULL TILT.LAST WARNING. IT'S GOING TO BE QUOTE-YBefore starting this book, I was suspicious. Everyone who'd read it kept saying it would make it all better, it'd make the hurt go away. That it would HELP. Still, after being destroyed by Full Tilt, I couldn't imagine how it could ever be better.Then, the bomb: T...
  • Snow
    2018-03-22
    Fuckin beautiful... that s all i can say at this point...It's been a while since I've read Full Tilt and made my peace with the emotional part of that story, yeah, it was emotional even for me, even though there were NO shed tears...LOLAnyway, it was about time to wrap up this wonderful journey...and hold all the little pieces together, once more!So, you need to read Full Tilt (Full tilt duet #1) first, then All in (Full Tilt duet #2) to fu...
  • Shannon Moore
    2016-10-10
    Just just as a forewarning, All In is second to Full Tilt in Emma Scott’s newest duet. All In CANNOT be read as a standalone. With this being said, I’ve included an excerpt (spoiler free) at the top of this post and will include my review after. My review will contain some spoilers to Full Tilt so unless you’ve read the book, you may want to skip my review of All In and check out my spoiler free review of Full Tilt instead! http://tbbsister...