All of You is about a woman who owns a knitting shop who has a two night stand with her brother's best friend, who happens to be a famous hockey player. They realize they love each other, the end...
First of all, no where in any review or description of this "book" did I see any indication that this was a short story. It is. Very short in fact. If I would have known this I would have never purchased it. By the synopsis, I was interested in the young breast cancer survivor falling in love with the famous hockey player. Not to mention the raving reviews... Being a young breast cancer survivor myself I was looking forward to an uplifting story of strength, love, and happiness. Due to the short length and apparent lack of writing skill by the author this story offers none of these things.
I completely disagree with all the 5 star reviews given on this "book". There was absolutely no character development and no plot other than Suki wants to jump her brother's best friend. Being a woman who experienced the things that Suki was briefly described as going through, I was actually offended by the simplification that was portrayed by a 29 year old woman who supposedly had breast cancer and was trying to re-establish herself in the world.
There is no way to successfully pull off a complex story line such as recovering both physically and emotionally from breast cancer treatments, falling in love with your brother's (hockey super star) best friend, and living happily ever after in less than 100 pages. I understand All of You was fiction but in my opinion it was a pathetic, insulting, fictional portrayal of a subject that deserves a much better representation.