Like Osmond's two previous albums for Curb/Capitol, All in Love consists of country pop-styled tracks. It includes a duet with Paul Davis, entitled "Sweet Life", as a cover of his own song.
Three singles were released from All in Love, and all of them did not break the Country Top 40; "Without a Trace," "Sweet Life," and "I'm in Love and He's in Dallas." The album reached a peak of #29 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart in 1988.
The album was not as successful as had been her two previous releases particularly because Neo-Traditional country music was beginning to become popular in country music, ending the popularity of country pop that Osmond had recorded.