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All In: The Blackstone Affair, Book 2 by [Miller, Raine]
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"Ethan Blackstone is by far the most swoon-worthy male character I've read to date."--Colleen Hoover, "New York Times" bestselling author

About the Author

Raine Miller is the New York Times bestselling author of The Blackstone Affair series. She lives in California with her husband and two sons.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 4243 KB
  • Print Length: 258 pages
  • Publisher: Atria Books (12 Dec. 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00ALYRSEQ
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 64 customer reviews
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Well I really enjoyed this, I think better than the first in the series.

You will find humour, anguish, romance and passion. A really good read. However, as a Brit there are still one or two things that really, really niggle, these were mentioned by some reviewers, including myself, about the first in the series.

Raine Miller still has Ethan Blackstone, who is very rich by all accounts, driving around in a Rover. I really, really wish American authors would have their books proofed by readers in the country in which they are to be released. Didn't spoil the read, in fact it makes it adds a degree of humour.

Have downloaded the next one and am really looking forward to it!
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Fabulous!

I have to be honest I was a bit worried that this was going to be like other sequels I have read and be a big disappointment but I'm happy to say it wasn't. The story is such a beautiful one that I'm eager to read the next part...off to order now lol
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All In: The Blackstone Affair, Book 2 Raine Miller.

I loved book one, so was waiting excitedly for book two. Sadly it didn't live up to my expectation. It was good, just not as good as I wanted. Its told mostly from Ethans POV, which I liked, it gives an insight into how his mind works when we know what he's thinking and how he's affected. From the start he's convinced he'll get Brynne back, he's not prepared to give up on them, but he's facing a struggle after having broken her trust. He's broken without her, lost and grieving badly but planning his next move carefully to win her back. He's so forward and determined that of course he succeeds fairly quickly, and the novel continues on the problems that happen after they get back together. They talk about how secrets have caused problems and that they need to trust and be more open with each other.
Raine finally reveals the shocking secrets that have coloured Brynne's actions and life and have affected her so badly. And it is a shocker! Something she had no control over and yet badly affected her life, her relationship with parents and left her feeling guilty even though it wasn't her fault. Her dad is great, loves her and protective but her mum...what a cold fish she is. More is revealed from Ethans past too and of course we're not entirely sure who the danger is aimed at as they are both under threat. Thankfully its Ethans business so he's very adept at dealing and knows who to contact and get for each problem. . Brynne's background problems are tied up with US politics and of course some people will use any measures including murder to avoid scandals getting out. Ethan is very worried for her safety. There's some fun parts, Ivan and Gabrielle are great characters and provide some fun entertainment.
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At last, one of the most hotly anticipated sequels of the year is finally here and it's another sexy read, probably about twice as long as Naked and, interestingly, told entirely from Ethan's POV.

We pick up exactly where we left them at the end of Naked with Brynne running from Ethan and Ethan losing his head in rage and grief and regret. He's a broken man at the beginning of this one, a wretched creature without Brynne. His exile from her has forced him into utter desolation.

He does, of course, manage to win her back and most of the novel is dedicated to the progression of their relationship told from his very possessive and protective POV. It's very intriguing to get inside the head of an alpha-male like this, to see what makes him tick and what motivates him. Ethan is a man obsessed, his every waking minute and some of his dreams are consumed by Brynne and his fears for her safety and he can't imagine life without her now. She is his Aphrodite and he her Eros. Ethan and his American Beauty.

" I don't know any other way to be with you. It's all in for me. And I want it to be all in for you too."

We get to learn the secret that has tortured Brynne for so long and it's a real shocker. I could only feel profound sadness for what she's had to endure. Ethan's past is also revealed and the poor man has really suffered but he still isn't at the point where he can share all of that with Brynne.

It's a very erotic tale as their passion burns white hot and they light up the pages of this novel with their frequent lovemaking scenes. Ethan maybe filthy between the sheets but he's also a real gentleman with Brynne and I had a real thing for the way he kept kissing her hand. Le sigh!
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Yes! THANK YOU Raine Miller, that's a little more like it!

This second instalment knocks the socks off the first one, it flows much better than Naked, and the POV has changed from Brynne's to Ethan's which gives you a better indication of his character and what drives him forward. His love for Brynne is almost possessive and a little unhealthy, but there is no doubt at all that what he feels is true. The drama aspect has also been stepped up a notch in this book, when Brynne's past slowly starts to have an impact in her present.

A video was made when she was only 17, without her knowledge or consent. It's only when she awoke, she knew that her body had been subjected to sexual abuse and the three men that had participated in this terrible ordeal circulated the video in her old High-School, destroying her and her family in the process.

Fleeing to England to undertake her education in art restoration, she thought her shameful nightmare had been long and buried, but it's only now, years later, the presidential election is in full force, and the son of the rallying Vice President is one of the perpetrators in the video. Having shipped his son off to Iraq, his Father is hoping this video never sees the light of day, as it could destroy his chances and his career. However, with the opposing party wanting a piece of the action, Ethan believes that Brynne will become a target - a pawn, to be used in one of the most reverent campaigns in America.

Now, with imminent threat looming, Ethan must do all he can to protect the woman he loves. It's a little consuming though when the London 2012 Olympics are approaching and Ethan's cousin is receiving death threats of his own.
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