To Rebecca Winters, it’s not just a saying or the title to a catchy tune, it’s a rule she staunchly lives by. Especially since the break up with her ex. What’s the point in trying to fix the “unfixable”? Besides, only a girl hell-bent on more heartbreak would go back to the guy who bailed on her when she needed him most. But saying no to Scott is becoming more difficult than surviving the breakup itself. And unfortunately for her, the kind of pressure he's exerting is making her rule all too easy to break.
Scott Carver has given up trying to get over his ex. He’s still in love with her and their year apart has done nothing to change that. Yeah, he knows he screwed up. Just how royally, he wasn't aware of until now. So when Becca agrees to give him a second chance, he grabs on to it with both hands. But it’s clear the only way things will ever truly be right between them is if he comes clean…about everything. He can only pray the truth doesn’t send her running—for good this time.
All Over You begins with Rebecca going out to try to get over her ex. It has been a year since their breakup and she still isn't over him. And the past few months have been really hard because every time she turns around he's there watching her. And tonight when she gets to the club it is no different. He is there again watching her. But this time when she tries to leave with another guy drunk, her ex Scott steps in and takes her home. This is a mistake Rebecca isn't sure is good or bad.
The next morning Scott realizes he's sick of waiting around, and going slow. He wants her back and he's going to let her know it. Well he does let her know, but she doesn't want to go back. So from then on Scott is determined to make her his again.
This book was okay over all. I liked the characters, and the writing was very good. However, I felt both of the characters had major pride, and communication problem. I felt their original break up was ridiculous to begin with. Then Scott hiding something from her, and what he was hiding was again something I thought was ridiculous. So I didn't really like how they did things, but the rest of the book I liked. And the side characters were pretty cool too. Not sure I will be reading any more in this series, but this wasn't a bad book, it just wasn't great either.