All I Ask by Elizabeth York

A Bookworm Review by Ana

All I Ask

Contemporary Romance

I give this book 5 stars!

There is always a second chance waiting for us, can it be a second chance in life or love.We only need to accept it and enjoy ourselves. Trust your heart.

Have a look at the blurb:

My name is Devan Anderson, I am a photographer and the by product of a cheating father and a childhood evaporated by illness. I’m stubborn, protective, but I care more than I let on. What does a girl like me do when I taste life for the first time?

I’ll give you a hint. It isn’t what you think.

My name is Ian Jensen and I am a Pediatric Oncologist that works day and night with kids that prove to be braver than I. I am open to Nerf gun fights, having fun, and taking control. What’s a doctor who lives life by the book do when given a new chapter to live in?

Ask me again tomorrow?

What happens when a photographer set to live in the dark meets the doctor that lives in the light? What happens when our world collide?



I always get the chills when I start a new book and if that book is from a new author I can get a little nervous to. The thing that made get this chance was the blurb but sometimes that might not be enough because if I can’t identify myself with the writing I might close the book and move on. But this wasn’t the case at all.
Elizabeth York is a new author to me and I’m so happy for this chance.
She has a simple writing full of meaning and love. She managed to put her heart behind each word.
All I Ask explores the lifes of Devan and Ian. Devan is a photographer that had a ruff start in life. Because she spent her childhood fighting to get better she is used to keep people away from her heart and doing so she can’t suffer when they leave her. She’s stubborn as hell but behind that facade hides someone who cares. She needs to prove herself in order to be successful in her career so…
Ian is a Pediatric Oncologist that is used to see kids suffering but also seeing them win their battles. He’s funny and his goal is to keep his patients happy to be able to forget their pains.
Their paths will cross but what will happen? Can they change? Can they find what they are looking for?
Beautiful, simply beautiful and intense.
There is always a feeling of happiness and empathy when there are kids involved and this book had managed to capture me completely.
The way the story progressed left me happy,  sad and scared at the same time. The interaction between the characters were simply beautiful and the way they fight their battles left me speechless.
I’m in love,  I’m happy, I’m sad and I’m overwhelmed at the same time.
And guess what? We have some pretty hot stuff into this mix.
Thank you Elizabeth for this amazing story. Thank you for the chance to meet these amazing and wonderful characters, their lifes and struggles.
And since I’m a greedy girl All I Ask is: What’s next?

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About the author :

Author Elizabeth York has been writing for about seven years. Located in the southeast, she spends her days drinking sweet tea on the porch with her laptop in hand. She has devoted her life to her family and her books. With the loss of her Father to cancer in 2010 she makes “Dear Daddy” dedication pages in each book and donates 10% royalties to cancer research.

Elizabeth was given a 2015 Author of the Year award sponsored by 31 blogs for her role in helping her fellow authors and her writing. She was also accepted into the Romance Writers of America organization in May of 2015.

Author Links:

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