Every One of Me

Every One of Me Alternate Cover EditionASIN B GG AO IFive years ago Tessa Marshall turned her back on everything she once knew She left behind her friends and family hoping they would be better off without her in t

  • Title: Every One of Me
  • Author: Jessica Wilde
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 228
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Alternate Cover EditionASIN B00GG6AO5IFive years ago, Tessa Marshall turned her back on everything she once knew She left behind her friends and family hoping they would be better off without her in the way Now, after being diagnosed with dissociative identity disorder Multiple personality disorder and determined to set her life straight, she is going back She doesn tAlternate Cover EditionASIN B00GG6AO5IFive years ago, Tessa Marshall turned her back on everything she once knew She left behind her friends and family hoping they would be better off without her in the way Now, after being diagnosed with dissociative identity disorder Multiple personality disorder and determined to set her life straight, she is going back She doesn t expect her best friend growing up, and the only man she has ever loved, to be waiting for her.Charlie Mackenzie never knew the real reasons why Tessa left, but because of the promises he swore to keep, he feels responsible He has spent the last 5 years fighting underground MMA, staying distracted, and trying not to chase after her and drag her back to him Now that she is finally back, he won t allow her to push him away without knowing how he has felt about her all along The only problem He s not just dealing with Tessa any Tessa won t let herself be a burden to anyone and being with Charlie will only complicate his life, and hers, but she can t seem to shake him, and Benny, her friend from The Facility , isn t helping matters Learning to live with not only the people around her, but the people in her head, isn t as simple as she thought it would be and Charlie is forcing her to abandon all of the control she thought she had.The two of them must decide if their love is worth fighting for and Tess has to learn to just let go, because Charlie won t let her go He won t let any one of her go.

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    1. It was very interesting book, unique plot, well written.The heroine had Multiple personality disorder and it was the main plot of the story.I’m not an expert in psychology and many my questions and doubts remained unanswered, but it was overall very interesting read.Amazing caring hero (view spoiler)[though he wasn’t celibate during 5 years separation and the heroine was a virgin :-(. Not my favorite set-up… No sex-scenes with OW, no detailed flashbacks about his hook-ups, no OW drama. No [...]

    2. Every One Of Me by Jessica Wilde is a book that really surprised me. While I loved her other books, The Brannock Series, part 1 and 2, this was something altogether different, and I really liked it a lot. I started reading it yesterday and could not put it down!Tessa Marshall has suffered with multiple personality disorder for many years. Five years ago she just picked up and left without telling anybody she was going. When she did this she left behind a wonderful mother. a good brother, and her [...]

    3. I loved this book. Charlie is now my fav book boyfriend. He is all hot and sweet and perfect. I never thought I would find a hero saying he loves all his girls sexy and romantic. But I think Charlie could blow his nose and it would be sexy. Then there is Tess and her alters. I love all of them too. I don't know any thing about multiple personalties and everything going on could of been voodoo medicine but I don't care. I loved Benny. She was the best crazy friend. Trevor was a great brother too. [...]

    4. Ok first thing first:why does the hero have to be a fighter? Does he have to be a fighter because it's the new trend in na novels? Couldn't he be an accountant?A lawyer? Secondly,I see the potential. Mental illness and disorders are sensitives topics and I'm glad that indie authors are not afraid to touch such delicate subjects.That being said, the book fell trough.Somehow, even the very original plot, there's wasn't a spark. [image error]satcpsychologyles.wordpressThe narration was a little imm [...]

    5. OMFG Who knew that Jessica Wilde could take a serious mental illness and turn it into a tragic, heartwarming, sexy story? She took a topic that has a huge stigma and made it personal. This is not my first Jessica Wilde book, but it is one of my favorites now!!When Tess started having memory issues, she left town. Packed up and disappeared for 5 years with very little contact. Charlie never gave up on finding her though. As time went by, he became a bigger part of her family, waiting for the mont [...]

    6. Ok I was lucky enough to win this book, which is something that usually never happens to me, needless to say I was super excited when it arrived. 'Every One of Me' is a great book about Tessa Marshall, who has been diagnosised with multiple personality disorder, and her journey not only to find a way to live with these other sides of herself, or alters, but to do so without hurting those that she loves. I really enjoyed the story, the plot was very well thought out, the characters were really en [...]

    7. A great book and a beautiful and romantic love story. I Loved the support of friends and family in this story. An amazing perspective of the author. Congratulations and I hope you continue to write and share stories with such tremendous feelings and emotions.

    8. 4.5 Stars Have you ever had one of those moments where you are walking or driving and you get to your destination only to realize you don't remember anything about the trip?  What about maybe having to much to drink one night and not remembering what you did?  Or you're sitting at your desk working and you look at the clock to find you have spaced out for the last fifteen minutes?  Okay, those things probably happen to most everyone at some point or another.  What would you do though if you [...]

    9. I picked up this book as the winning bid for a charity auction. Just from the synopsis, I was a little worried that it would be too emotional of a read for me. While the book was definitely emotional, it wasn't an ugly cry book like I was worried about.It's a heart warming story about coming home, finding oneself, trust, and love. I've never really read a book quite like this before.Tess is a strong character who deals with WAY more than most people deal with, in the most unconventional way. Cha [...]

    10. This was my first Jessica Wilde book. I was absolutely amazed by this book. It deserves way more than 5 stars. I never would have thought someone could take a story about a person with multiple personalities and turn it into the sweetest, most heart wrenching love story I've ever read. Poor Tess has had a hard lift. Having what she thought was blackouts growing up to later learn she had other personalities within her. She spent five long years away from her family before finally returning. She d [...]

    11. This was a unique take on multiple personality disorder. A love story wrapped around a debilitating disease. Charlie has loved Tess since grade school. They were best friends, but Tess left for five years because of her illness. She didn't want to hurt her family. When she returns to help her mother he's bound and determined not to let her go. The plot is well developed giving you a look at possible positive outcomes. The author didn't gloss over the difficult stuff, the complicated stuff. I fel [...]

    12. great love story. Charlie and Tess seem like they were made for each other. True love like theirs is hard to find. Not sure why she is having memory losses, Tessa, flees her home and the man she secretly loves. After receiving a diagnosis and locating a doctor near her home she returns to her family, hoping that Charlie has moved on. Charlie has been looking and waiting for Tessa for five years, since the day she left. The love he has for her is swoon worthy. Love stories like Tessa and Charlie [...]

    13. Beautiful storyThis was a beautiful story. This book is about Tess who had a few alter egos and Charlie who,loved her and all the other girls that came along with her. Charlie has loved Tess for over 15 years and she loved him that long too. They were best friends and were cautious because they weren't sure they could be better n a relationship and the threat to damage their friendship. But sometimes you just need to do what you need to do. Take a chance!This was a great story and I am so glad I [...]

    14. Wow!!!I wasn't exactly sure how I was going to feel about this book. I downloaded it and then It took me about a week to actually start reading it, when I didfg I'm in love with this book I can honestly say that it is my new favorite. There were parts to make me laugh cry scream and want to chuck my kindle out the window (luckily I didn't). I was scared to read it because I thoughf it would end up like a love triangle between Tess and her alters but luckily that never happened. That ending was a [...]

    15. I really do love finding a book that has a story I've never read before. Not the same Ole, same Ole. This was great. Charlie is hands down the most perfect guy EVER! His love and devotion was soul deep and never ending! Pure Perfection. This story reached me on a level I wasn't prepared for and thoroughly enjoyed the journey!

    16. I was lucky enough to have won this book! Loved the characters in this book, really love Charlie and how is doesn't give up on Tess! Hoping the author writes more about the other characters would love to hear more about Benny and Trevor! Jessica Wilde is one of my new favorite authors!

    17. Overall rating: 5 starsGenre: Best Friend RomancePlot: 10/10Ending: 10/10Writing: 10/10Hero: 10/10Heroine: 10/10Humour: 6/10Steaminess: 6/10Feels: 9/10HEA: (view spoiler)[Yes (hide spoiler)]Thoughts: (view spoiler)[Only thing I'd've liked to see would've been Charlie admitting to Tessa that he met Camyrn that first time (hide spoiler)]

    18. Review by Loraine Oliver via Wicked Women ReviewerEvery One Of Me by Jessica Wilde is a book that really surprised me. While I loved her other books, The Brannock Series, part 1 and 2, this was something altogether different, and I really liked it a lot. I started reading it yesterday and could not put it down!Tessa Marshall has suffered with multiple personality disorder for many years. Five years ago she just picked up and left without telling anybody she was going. When she did this she left [...]

    19. Overall, the story was good. Realistically, it's a bit of a stretch, but, as a contemporary fiction, it's well-written. DID is not an easy topic to write on, and even reading about it gives you whiplash. So I guess it's a given that this became an idealistic version of it. I did love the book, but only because I was reading it in a fictional way. Being a Psych major, I know that people who suffer from DID feel so helpless considering they are battling against themselves (pun intended). It's hard [...]

    20. I am left speechless! I'm not quite sure what took me so long to read this book. I've got hundreds on my TBR and books just get pushed back. BUT GAH I wish I wouldn't have waited for so long to read this one. Tess, well she is flawed beyond her control and that is what made me fall in love with her. She started seeing signs something was wrong with her, but she didn't know what. So she ran. The only thing she thought she could do to save her family from heartache. Here we are some years later af [...]

    21. Tessa tends to black out and remembers nothing. When she realizes that this is a huge problem she decides to seek help. Turns out she's got dissociative identity disorder. Now it's time for her to return home and face the boy from her past. She's going to have to explain why she left without telling him. Charles and Tess have been friends for a long time and he's the one who knew there was something more going on with her. Now that's she's back, he's not letting her go. Could you imagine having [...]

    22. This story revolves around a serious mental illness. I just think that some parts could have been executed better and the switch in POVs between the two main characters happened to quickly. I am becoming less and less of a fan of dual POVs when it is hard to be able to recognize which point of view I am reading because the switch happens after only a few pages and the author's "voice" of both the male and female characters sound the same. It would have been better if we got Charlie's POV after a [...]

    23. Mind boggling story with a twist of loveHoly cow! This book was unlike anything I had ever read. I was so intrigued with the story line of a girl with DID trying attempting to have the love everyone dreamed of. I had formulated all the possible things that could happen with this kind of story line but what actually happened made for the perfect story.I do wish there was another one one that I can get to know the characters a little more and to see the process that happened between the final chap [...]

    24. I received this book for an honest review. Every one of me is a book unlike any other I've ever read. I've read many books dealing with the subject of mental illness, everything with body dysmorphia to depression to eating disorders. I have never read anything dealing with multiple personalities. I feel that this book was respectful of that. I do feel that sometimes it was a bit overdone or exaggerated but overall it was a decent book with a unique plot.Tessa is a lucky girl to have such a suppo [...]

    25. I was hesitant to read this because I wasn't sure what I would read about, but then it actually got me interested with the whole concept of DID. However, while Tess and Charlie are rather cute, this romanticized the whole idea of DID. It's not a bad thing, making light out of that illness, but I think some parts of this story wouldn't happen in real life. I don't think you can get all personalities of a person with DID to fall in love with the same person. Or maybe you can. I don't know.I'm just [...]

    26. This was a really great and thoughtful read. Dissociative Identity Disorder is no joke, and I think the author handled everything about it quite well. I liked Tessa, I felt for her. I can't even imagine what her life must have been like, to have to make the decision that she did. And Charlie, what a guy. He definitely deserves book boyfriend status. I love how the book was executed, how different things were unveiled over time, gaps in Tessa's memory due to the dissociation. And I just loved Cha [...]

    27. I was not sure what to expect with this book. The topic of mental illness is still taboo in our society, and unlike other afflictions like alcohol or substance abuse, those dealing with the mind can be hard to write about in a way that touches those even if they are familiar with them. As someone who has dealt with mental illness and suffered the stigma that comes with it, I applaud the author for bringing this issue to light in a genuine, open, and thought provoking way. I look forward to readi [...]

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