Everything We Give (Everything #3) by Kerry Lonsdale

Everything We Give (Everything #3)

From the author of Everything We Keep comes the final novel in the Amazon Charts and Wall Street Journal bestselling Everything Series. Brimming with suspense, mystery, and romance, Everything We Give brings to a powerful close the gripping series of love, lies, and the secrets families keep. Award-winning photographer Ian Collins made only one mistake in life, but it cost his mother her freedom and destroyed their family, leaving Ian to practica...


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TitleEverything We Give (Everything #3)
Author
Release DateJul 3rd, 2018
PublisherLake Union Publishing
LanguageEnglish
GenreFiction, Mystery
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Reviews Everything We Give (Everything #3)

  • Kerry
    1970-01-01
    Thanks to my readers, Ian has a story. I hope you enjoy reading EVERYTHING WE GIVE as much as I enjoyed writing.
  • Barbara White
    1970-01-01
    How many of you have been waiting--like me--for the conclusion of the Everything series? Man, does Kerry Lonsdale deliver. With her signature twists and turns, nothing is a given until the last, satisfying page. I cried, I bit my nails, I lost myself in the images of wild horses galloping across rural Spain, and I became full immersed in the journey through Ian's past and present. Even better, EVERYTHING WE GIVE tied up the last threads from Aime...
  • Sharon Metcalf
    1970-01-01
    3,5 stars rounded up.This was the third in the Everything series and I enjoyed it just as much as I enjoyed the first two.     Three very different yet intertwined stories, all three books have been centred around Aimee, Jamie and Ian.    Book One had been primarily from Aimee's perspective and was part mystery,  part love story.     Book Two brought us up to date with Jamie although Aimee and Ian were still in the mix.  In this thir...
  • Amy
    1970-01-01
    4.5/5Before I get into my thoughts I want to warn you guys that if you’re planning on reading this series and haven’t yet, don’t read any further because there will definitely be things that spoil the first two books. Everything We Keep is the first book and Everything We Left Behind is the second, Everything We Give is the third and final installment and I can highly recommend this series, it is such a blend of genres that it will appeal t...
  • Barbara Sissel
    1970-01-01
    Kerry Lonsdale gives everything away in this final book in the EVERYTHING trilogy, EVERYTHING WE GIVE. Questions involving an enigmatic woman, the mystery of her name and her identity, and her connection to Ian kick off what is a fast-paced and sensual story of suspense. Like EVERYTHING WE KEEP and EVERYTHING WE LEFT BEHIND, books one and two in this delectable and layered series, EVERYTHING WE GIVE is the frosting on the cake, delivering more th...
  • Chrissie
    1970-01-01
    A tough one to rate and review, Everything We Give was, quite simply, just okay. Although I will say the writing and overall story played out better than the second book in the series, Everything We Left Behind, the third book felt drawn out and stretched beyond its limits.For me, Ian never really felt fully fleshed out and his initial role in the series, as Aimee's love interest in the first book, was more evident than I would've liked. Ian seem...
  • Lisa Montanaro
    1970-01-01
    This book was such a satisfying ending to the three-book “Everything” series. My heart broke at times for Ian, but I also really enjoyed learning so much more about his backstory. I love how Lonsdale tied everything together, but didn’t do it with some nice neat little bow. In the long run, each character got to tell his or her story, and by the end of the entire series, you were able to piece everything together.I loved the added elements ...
  • Melissa
    1970-01-01
    Do NOT read this review (or even the synopsis of the book), until you've read Everything We Keep and Everything We Left Behind. This novel contains major SPOILERS for its predecessors. If you're not planning to read Everything We Keep (even though you totally should because it was incredible and an instant favorite of mine in 2016), then, by all means, go ahead with this one. However, it will definitely make more sense if you read Everything We K...
  • Carol Boyer
    1970-01-01
    Everything we Give is a hauntingly compelling love story that wraps up the lives that are torn apart, woven together, and how staying away is letting go, demanding courage, heartbreak and the joys of unconditional love. This is book #3 of the Everything trilogy and I am still swept up in the emotions this beautiful book gives, making me cry, making me sigh with contentment, and loving the way love is played out in so many forms. Ian's tragic past...
  • Ashley
    1970-01-01
    This is the long awaited story I've been wanting for two years! You'll get all the feels with this one: elation, sadness, anger, happiness, karma, the list goes on and on. This book is Ian's story and readers should definitely read the first two books in the series before diving in to this one. I don't want to spoil anything, but if you were rooting for Ian in Everything We Keep, you should most definitely read this book!
  • Sue
    1970-01-01
    I loved the first two books in this trilogy and have been waiting patiently (not too patiently) for the final book. WOW - what a fantastic book. To get the absolute most enjoyment out of this book, you really need to read all three books in order.Everything we Keep was mainly Aimee's story, Everything we Left Behind was James' story and Everything we Give is Ian's story - and what a story it is! Even though Ian is a successful photographer with a...
  • Susan Peterson
    1970-01-01
    Everything We Give is the final book in the Everything trilogy; it’s bittersweet to have the series end...I feel like these characters are friends...people I truly care about.. people with whom I’ve shared their joys, their triumphs, their tragedies, their sadness, and, mostly, their love. This book is a fast-paced romantic suspense story, filled with emotional highs and lows, and the twists and turns of the mystery of Ian’s traumatic child...
  • Karen Porto Davis
    1970-01-01
    I was fortunate enough to get an advance reader's copy of this gem of a book. Once again, Kerry Lonsdale captures the reader from the start. The characters we've followed through the first two story lines develop further and we gain insight into who they are based on their history. My heart broke for Sarah and the childhood that Ian was robbed of. Kerry paints a vivid picture of the beauty of the love Ian and Aimee share that allows him to truly ...
  • Melissa Borsey
    1970-01-01
    This is the third and final installment of The Everything series and it does not disappoint! This book tells Ian's story. There is alot to learn abour Ian and his story just makes him all the more endearing. This book, as with all the others in this series, was written beautifully and sends you on an emotional roller coaster. I thank Netgalley for allowing me to read and review this book. Highly recommend!
  • Letty
    1970-01-01
    The Everything trilogy comes to a bittersweet end with Everything We Give. In this final book, readers get to know Ian's story. Told in alternating chapters from Ian's childhood and the present, we learn of his growing up with a mother with mental illness and a father who was away too often because of his work. My heart broke for Ian as he tried so hard to help his mother. That's quite a burden for one so young and not fully understanding her ill...
  • Danielle Woods
    1970-01-01
    The end of the Everything Trilogy is here! You will not be disappointed with this book or how she wraps up the series. I loved the characters and it's been a joy watching the characters grow and evolve. Ian's childhood was difficult. His mom dealt with mental illness and as an only child, Ian felt it was his job to take care and protect her. Unfortunalty her mental illness was more than a child could handle.Ian's journey to landing his dream phot...
  • Suzanne
    1970-01-01
    If I could give this book 10 stars, I would. That is just how much I loved the conclusion of Kerry Lonsdale's Everything series.Readers (myself included) have begged Kerry for Ian's story since Book One (#TeamIan), and let me tell you, Everything We Give was worth the wait...the long agonizing wait!Ian's story is quite powerful. Kerry writes with such detail that you can feel all the emotions Ian is feeling. It will bring you to tears and make yo...
  • Krista
    1970-01-01
    My thoughts on Everything We Give by Kerry LonsdaleWow, it is amazingly good! I loved the way the series ended. Ian and Aimee are great characters and the chemistry they have is off the charts. The ending is awesome.The writing is flawless, and I am a fan of Kerry's for life! Bravo on the different themes that are woven into this story and series.P.S. I was given this arc through Netgalley and Author. This is my honest review.
  • Amy Martin
    1970-01-01
    This was a fast read because I was so into it I couldn't put it down!
  • Donna Hines
    1970-01-01
    Emotional, Insightful, and Captivating as Ian is introduced to the world in a new light seeking to understand both his past and the connections it holds for his future.This is the third in a series that is as powerful as it's dynamic and fun.Ahh yes, Ian the award winning photographer seeking to make it big with National Geographic and with the love of his life Aimee.However, Aimee is still in deep thought over James especially since his sudden d...
  • Suzanne
    1970-01-01
    If I could give this book 10 stars, I would. That is just how much I loved the conclusion of Kerry Lonsdale's Everything series.Readers (myself included) have begged Kerry for Ian's story since Book One (#TeamIan), and let me tell you, Everything We Give was worth the wait...the long agonizing wait!Ian's story is quite powerful. Kerry writes with such detail that you can feel all the emotions Ian is feeling. It will bring you to tears and make yo...
  • Debbie
    1970-01-01
    *Everything We Give is the third and final installment of the Everything series. I highly urge readers to read the first two books in chronological order before reading this one, to avoid spoilers.*This book is the perfect climax and denouement to a wonderful series! We've read Aimee's story and James' story and now to tie both of those up: Ian's story.Ian's story touched me to the core. The first two books were also touching, but there was somet...
  • Jen
    1970-01-01
    This is a bittersweet review for me. I have been following James and Aimee, and eventually Ian, from the beginning, from book one. Everything We Give, the third and final book in Lonsdale’s trilogy is…satisfying. Yes, that is the right word. It is perfectly satisfying. First I want to say that if you intend to read this book, you must first read Everything We Keep and Everything We Left Behind. It is a true trilogy in that you need to read th...
  • Linda Zagon
    1970-01-01
    MY REVIEW OF “EVERYTHING WE GIVE” BY KERRY LONSDALE LAKE UNION PUBLISHING JULY 3, 2018“Everything We Give” by Kerry Lonsdale is a captivating, intense, and intriguing novel. This is the third of a series, but can be read alone. The Genres for this story are Fiction, Mystery, Suspense, and Romance. The story is told in the present and goes to the past only when it pertains to the characters or events.The author describes her characters as ...
  • Tracy
    1970-01-01
    Kerry Lonsdale has impressed me again with the third in the Everything series, Everything We Give. In the first two novels, she explored a traumatizing and complicated relationship distorted by unusual circumstances, touching my heart in a way that no other series has. Her third (and final) book delves into one of the most loved characters entertwined into that very contorted relationship triangle. I turned every fascinating page entranced by the...
  • Elisabeth P. Comet Readings
    1970-01-01
    I was eagerly waiting for this book, the third and the final installment in the Everything Series and I was so happy to read this ARC. Kerry Lonsdale has fantastically written this last compelling chapter. In Everything We Give the narration alternates between present and past events of Ian’s life and from the beginning I was absorbed in this fantastic story of love, sacrifices, and hopes. Reading this book evokes so many strong feelings and ...
  • Bookish_Sally
    1970-01-01
    This has been a wonderful series to read. Starting with the first book and up till now each story has been astounding. Everything We Give is a wonderful story with deeper meaning, this story has given me insight into real life issues of mental health, (The whole series has really done this wonderfully). I very much enjoyed reading about real life festivals that I had never heard of before, they are quite interesting. But of course the best part a...
  • Jill Anderson
    1970-01-01
    Thank you to NetGalley and the publisher for providing me a copy of this great book.Everyone's youth affects their adulthood, whether positive or negative. In this heartfelt story (book #3 in the series) we get a clear vision of what makes Ian tick. His unsettling, heart-wrenching upbringing with a mostly-absent father and a troubled mother is really the heart of this story.Ian needs answers about his past so he can move forward with his wife (Ai...
  • Christine Moore
    1970-01-01
    This is the 3rd and final book in the Everything series. You can read it as a stand alone but trust me you want to read the first 2 before reading Ian's story. Aimee, Ian, and James's story is intertwined and the entire story is honest, true, and simply amazing. I completely lost myself in Ian's story. As you learn about Ian's past, it makes you realize it's what makes Ian the man he is today. His love for Aimee and Caty comes through with every ...
  • Darcy
    1970-01-01
    I feel like this one is more melancholy than the rest in the series. For much of the book I worried about Ian and Aimee, not sure that they would be able to work things out. It didn't help that quite a few times I found myself reading through tears. Both of these two, but especially Ian, have to go on this journey, to discover things about the past, things about themselves, things they hide and things they need to face up to. By the end I was hap...