Published by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform Genres: Contemporary
After experiencing one bad relationship after another, Sydney Clark has taken the attitude that there is definitely an expiration date on a relationship with a man. That is until she is reacquainted with Rod Greenwood, a former coworker, who believes that relationships take people to a place called heartache and pain. At the time, Sydney was in a relationship when she first met Rod, but their attraction was always there, and now they have a second chance. But what type of relationship can two people who don't believe in relationships have? How long will it take before one wants more than the other is willing to give?
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Sydney Clark and Rod Greenwood are former coworkers who meet up again when Rod returns to Jacksonville to live. Both of them have had their share of heartache, so they enter into a ‘no-strings attached’ agreement. We all know those don’t last long.
In Give Me All, Roy brings together two characters that have seen what love can do to your life. Neither one of them wants to go through that kind of pain again. As you explore this story you begin to relate to each character and see how their mind works. The story line gives you narration from each of their point of views so you fully understand what Sydney and Rod are thinking.
This book takes you through life scenarios of being single but having some of the benefits of being in a relationship. As you go through each scenario, you see how Sydney and Rod grow within themselves and with one another. Rod and Sydney’s relationship isn’t all physical. They share impromptu dates and they start to open up and share themselves in one another.
Truly enjoyed this book and it was good see some of Sydney’s family members from some of Roy’s other books. A visit from these other characters helps the story flow, they share some insight into Sydney’s life and how her past has shaped her into the woman she is today. One things that stood out to me, was Sydney’s characters motivation to pursue her career and not get caught up in a flashy and materialistic lifestyle. Rod allows her to embrace the woman she is and it helps her be free and have more self-confidence.