All We Ever Wanted



Nina Browning is living the good life after marrying into Nashville s elite More recently, her husband made a fortune selling his tech business, and their adored son has been accepted to Princeton.Yet sometimes the middle class small town girl in Nina wonders if she s strayed from the person she once was.Tom Volpe is a single dad working multiple jobs while struggling to raise his headstrong daughter, Lyla His road has been lonely, long, and hard, but he finally starts to relax after Lyla earns a scholarship to Windsor Academy, Nashville s most prestigious private school.Amid so much wealth and privilege, Lyla doesn t always fit in and her overprotective father doesn t help but in most ways, she s a typical teenaged girl, happy and thriving.Then, one photograph, snapped in a drunken moment at a party, changes everything As the image spreads like wildfire, the Windsor community is instantly polarized, buzzing with controversy and assigning blame.At the heart of the lies and scandal, Tom, Nina, and Lyla are forced together all questioning their closest relationships, asking themselves who they really are, and searching for the courage to live a life of true meaning. Free Download [ All We Ever Wanted ] author [ Emily Giffin ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – firstchance10k.co.ukAll We Ever Wanted

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  • Paperback
  • 368 pages
  • All We Ever Wanted
  • Emily Giffin
  • English
  • 08 April 2017
  • 0399178945

10 thoughts on “All We Ever Wanted

  1. says:

    3.5 stars With her ninth novel, Emily Giffin takes an ambitious step away from her traditional love story narratives and attempts to tackle relevant topics surrounding social media, privilege, racism, and self worth Things that feel all too timely with the dominance of social media and the metoo movement I m just not so sure it all worked.Despite the staggering number of issues Giffin sets out to address with this plot, there s a lack of emotionality, leaving the reader to flail in the shall 3.5 stars With her ninth novel, Emily Giffin takes an ambitious step away from her traditional love story narratives and attempts to tackle relevant topics surrounding social media, privilege, racism, and self worth Things that feel all too timely with the dominance of social media and the metoo movement I m just not so sure it all worked.Despite the staggering number of issues Giffin sets out to address with this plot, there s a lack of emotionality, leaving the reader to flail in the shallow end of the pool Entertaining for sure...

  2. says:

    You should always side with your kid Always Without regard to his actions I asked No matter whatHere s two things I know for certain 1 I would never condone abusive discriminatory behaviour, and 2 I would do everything within my power to protect my sons So what happens if those two things directly contradict one another This book surprised me by how much it affected me I actually felt deeply discomfited and sad while reading it I ve never read Emily Giffin and, to be honest, IYou should always side with y...

  3. says:

    My reviews can also be seen at All We Ever Wanted was my first read from Emily Giffin and I loved it Life is good for the Browning family Nina Browning s husband Kirk sold his software company at the right time and they went from comfortable to very wealthy in a very short period of time Nina doesn t like to flaunt how wealthy they are, but her husband is a different story Nina is trying to keep their eighteen year old son, Finch from becoming enti My reviews can also be seen at All We Ever Wanted was my first read from Emily Giffin and I loved it Life is good for the Browning family Nina Browning s husband Kirk sold his software company at the right time and they went from comfortable to very wealthy in a very short period of time Nina doesn t like to flaunt how wealthy they are, but her husband is a different story Nina is trying to keep their eighteen year old son, Finch from becoming entitled though she admits they don t say no t...

  4. says:

    This is a truly powerful, wonderful novel It s been many years since I ve read an Emily Giffin novel, but I enjoyed those books and was excited to read this one My previous experience with her work did not prepare me for the complex, layered, serious manner of this excellent book For most of the first chapter, I thought this was going to be a book about a couple that went from well off to obscenely wealthy having marital woes Boo hoo But when I learned what it was really about, it took a da This is a truly powerful, wonderful novel It s been many years since I ve read an Emily Giffin novel, but I enjoyed those books and was excited to read this one My previous experience with her work did not prepare me for the complex, layered, serious manner of this excellent book For most of the first chapter, I thought this was going to be a book about a couple that went from well off to obscenely wealthy having marital woes Boo hoo But when I learned what it was really about, it took a dark turn.It was important that the story was told from multiple points of view of the mothe...

  5. says:

    This is not literature for birds chick lit or women s fiction.This is everyone s fiction Because this kind of story should be directed towards every adult, regardless of gender, color, class, etc.This is not a love story It is both heart breaking and heart mending You will be frustrated half of the time, cry at unexpected moments, and smile rarely.This is not a happy tale, but it is an important and empowering one Although there have been stories about abuse of power, physical and emotion This is not literature for birds chick lit or women s fiction.This is everyone s fiction Because this kind of story should be directed towards every adult, regardless of gender, color, class, etc.This is not a love story It is both heart breaking and heart mending You will be frustrated half of the time, cry at unexpected moments, and smile rarely.This is not a happy tale, but it is an important and empowering one Although there have been stories about abuse of power, physical and emotional published in the past, the way this life altering scandal is dealt with is different.It s told from three distinct points of view, all in the first person singular A mother, a father, and a daughter Only the father and daughter are related, the mother being the parent of the boy who caused the scand...

  6. says:

    4 timely stars to All We Ever Wanted When Emily Giffin releases a new book, it s a big deal, and I think All We Ever Wanted is her best book yet That said, All We Ever Wanted gets off to a rocky start The first chapter is narrated by Nina who escaped her middle class roots to live amongst Nashville s wealthiest I was worried over the top grandeur would take center stage in this book, but it did not Nina s son, Finch ...

  7. says:

    Sometimes you just can t see the things that are the closest to youAll We Ever Wanted was a very thought provoking read that addresses timely and pertinent subject matter for today s society and technological age At first glance, Nina Browning seems to have it all She is rich, focusing on doing charity work and her son has been accepted to Princeton She has the kind of ideal life that others envy Yet, she finds herself embroiled in a scandal that she never thought would happen to heSometimes you just can t see the things that are the closest to youAll We Ever Wanted was a very thought provoking read that addresses timely and pertinent subject matter for today s society and technological age At first glance, Nina Browning seems to have it all She is rich, focusing on doing charity work and her son has been accepted to Princeton She has the kind of id...

  8. says:

    All We Ever Wanted is all we ve come to expect from bestselling author Emily Giffin an engaging, effortless, readable story that is deceptively likeable and painfully shallow Giffin asks nothing from readers but a few moments of their time, and in exchange delivers high gloss low payoff novels that showcase entitlement and moral ambivalence disguised as depth By now, her pattern is set, but this time, the stakes are higher It could happen anywhere All We Ever Wanted is a domestic drama abo All We Ever Wanted is all we ve come to expect from bestselling author Emily Giffin an engaging, effortless, readable story that is deceptively likeable and painfully shallow Giffin asks nothing from readers but a few moments of their time, and in exchange delivers high gloss low payoff novels that showcase entitlement and moral ambivalence disguised as depth By now, her pattern is set, but this ...

  9. says:

    5 Thought Provoking Stars This book is a MUST read Not only was it absolutely brilliant it also touched on so many of today s issues it was a book that really made you think what would I do in that situation And as a single mother of two boys and a girl I could see so many sides of this story and this book really made you realize that with social media a teenager s reputation can be trashed in a matter of minutes makes you long for the good old days when you needed to make a 5 Thought Provoking Stars This book is a MUST read Not only was it absolutely brilliant it also touched on so many of today s issues it was a book that really made you think what would I do in that situation And as a single mother of two boys and a girl I could see so many sides of this story ...

  10. says:

    As a parent of a 12 year old son that seems to be growing quicker than I d like him to be I found this book to be quite terrifying We all want to believe our children are thoughtful, empathetic, and responsible beings but that s not always the case and sometimes our children are going to disappoint us The entire time I was reading this novel I couldn t help but think What would I do My emotions really went through the ringer with this one I was angry, I was frustrated, I was sad, yet I was As a parent of a 12 year old son that seems to be growing quicker than I d like him to be I found this book to be quite terrifying We all want to believe our children are thoughtful, empathetic, and responsible beings but th...

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