It’s All About Love is a sweet, heartwarming story about how love can happen when you least expect it.

Life is short, and it’s up to you to make it sweet.”

~ Sarah Louise DelanyIt’s All About Love is a sweet, heartwarming story about how love can happen when you least expect it.

After losing the love of his life, Leo Tucker never thought it would be possible to fall in love again. But then he met Gracie Maxwell and happiness seemed to be more than just a possibility—it became reality.

Gracie Maxwell had been hurt so many times before her final conclusion: she was never going to let herself fall in love or even get close to it ever again. But then she met Leo.

Leo was kind and considerate and Gracie thought he was pretty darned wonderful, so unlike anyone she had ever known. So there they were, falling in love with each other. Would they choose each other, or would they decide against the second chance they were both afraid of?

The beauty of this love story will make you laugh, cry, and everything in between as you watch them decide their destiny. Will they find the right path to each other’s heart?

Lorenza Seldner

3.0 out of 5 stars A very sweet love storyReviewed in the United States on April 23, 2021Verified PurchaseThe book follows love-chasers Leo and Gracie. Leo, a recent widower and highly superstitious, is adamant about pursuing love and a second chance in life. Gracie feels pressured by her father to join the family business; she’s been hurt in relationships in the past and decides she’s had enough of love for now. They both travel to Paris, and the romance begins.

It’s all about love, in a deeply romantic, almost silly way. Don’t expect complicated plots, twists, and mystery on this love affair. I thought the author was clever enough to present the characters clumsily, but aside from that, I would’ve liked a bit more action. I am not a fan of the “tell don’t show” approach, and I felt the author was leading me into what to think about the characters instead of letting us making an idea of our own. It’s a sweet story for all those hopeless romantics.

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