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All Through the Night by [Brockway, Connie]
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About the Author

Connie Brockway is a New York Times and USA Today best-selling author. Her historical romances and contemporary romances have received starred reviews from both Publishers Weekly and the Library Journal. An eight-time finalist for Romance Writers of America prestigious RITA Award, Brockway has twice been its recipient, for My Dearest Enemy and The Bridal Season. Her most recent novel is All Through the Night, and her most recent collaborative novel is The Lady Most Willing,co-written with Julia Quinn and Eloisa James. After splitting time between Minnesota and New York State, Brockway now lives in Minnesota with her husband and two spoiled mutts.


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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2084 KB
  • Print Length: 334 pages
  • Publisher: Montlake Romance; Reprint edition (1 Oct. 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00DEP9ZDG
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars 30 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #110,456 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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a good story line with an unexpected twist
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Hard to believe this novel is already 10 years old. Seeing how so many romances are trivial and frivolous it was a pleasure to read a story that takes itself seriously. The gorgeous blonde hero, Seward, is a wonderful creation. From his back story to his current situation as a spy with 2 masters. One of the many clever things in the story is that Seward falls in love with Ann in both of her guises. And Ann has absolutely no problems in seeing through Jamieson's machinations. The story is not dark, its just that many scenes occur during the night or in rain or twilight. Unlike so many romances the heroine actually marries a hero with less money than herself. Believe me that is very rare. My one objection is that the skank ward who plays absolutely no part in the plot actually has a better HEA than the main couple. This is the danger when an author includes so many unnecessary characters into a story. In my opinion with this novel the author totally transcended the limitations of the genre.
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By A Customer on 30 April 1999
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Connie Brockway can do it all. One of my favorites all time romances is AS YOU DESIRE and then I got hold of this one, dark and brooding. It's a catburglar/pursuer book set in underworld regency England --no lords, debutantes or parties. Jack and Anne have a sort of twisted, very erotic and compelling love. I couldn't put it down!
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All Through the Night offers readers a riveting tale of sexual obsession and danger in Regency England. When Seward,the master spy, meets Anne, the elusive thief, sparks fly as the two Society misfits circle toward a dark and explosive passion. The palpable sexual tension, engrossing plot, and rich characterizations make this historical romance a standout. Another winner from the talented pen of Connie Brockway!
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After reading the review provided by Amazon books I felt compelled to submit my own review Connie Brockway's dark, riveting and utterly compelling romance ALL THROUGH THE NIGHT. Amazon must have received a proposal version of the synopsis for this book from Dell. Unfortunately that version isn't too similar to the final story. Yes, there's a female cat burglar and yes, there's a colonel committed to tracking her down, but there is no brother and while this book is filled Connie's trademark wit and fine crafted characters, it is worlds away from the light and humorous romp the Amazon review suggests.The hero, Jack Seward, one of England's most ruthless, remorseless and perfectly mannered agents, is set to on the trail of the Wrexhall Wraith whose is said to have stolen a letter potentially dangerous to the crown. In springing a trap on the masked thief he instead becomes entangled in a snare of sexual obsession when he discovers her gender and she escapes. While searching through the regency ton for clues to his thief's identity, he falls in love for the first time in his life with a haunted widow, Anne Wilder. Unknown to him, Anne Wilder is his thief, driven to flirt with death by her own past tragedies. And she, too, is held captive to the sexual magnetism that erupts between them.This is a fascinating and unique love story. Connie Brockway's regency world is unlike any you've experienced. It's a dark, intense, with riveting relationships, and rich, three-dimensional characterizations. In short, absolutely spellbinding.
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This is my all-time favourite book! The first time I read it, I couldn't put it down and read it all through the night. It's an intense, beautifully stirring book that has every kind of emotion that is possible to feel. It has made me laugh, it has made me teary. Everyone deserves to read a masterpiece like this.
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By A Customer on 1 Aug. 2002
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This is probable the best romance I have ever read. The other books from her that I have read are good: very good, in fact. But this one has something special, something powerful and moving and intense, like no other. Beware because there is no fun in this book, no lighthearted banters. The characters are complex, troubled and emotionally damaged, and it is such a joy to see them heal together. The sexual tension cracks, but there is no gratuitous sex; however you will find highly erotic scenes. The secondary characters are stunning, from the villain to the young charge, but this is a trait I see this author cultivates very well. For dark, rare and poignant romance lovers, this is your book. Brilliant.
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By A Customer on 9 Jan. 1998
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This book is a jewel. Rarely have a book gripped me by the neck and dragged me into a story so magical that I never wanted it to end. Jack Seward is a secret intelligence officer in the trail of Anne Wilder, a female cat-burglar who may have stolen a document of importance that threatens Regency england's security. Jack was a man with painful past : he had lived a false identity, and was so withdrawn from most human compassion that he was almost the emotionless ghost some thought him to be. Anne, on the other hand, was the opposite: she had been suffocated by the attention of an obsessive husbandand lived in guilt and low self-esteem. She thrived on taking risks in order to feel alive. Seeing these two challenge each other over rooftops and on dance floors was like watching a chess match, riveting and intense, but ultimastely satisfying in the outcome. For these two characters needed each other, to teach other to feel and love again. Miss Brockway was most poetic in her writing. When Anne was missing, a frantic Jack searched for her, asking people he met as if they had seen her. But it was useless, 'for their eyes were on the ground, and she, she flew', thought Jack. This romance is also compelling in that it was Jack who opened himself first to Anne. He admitted his need for her love and affection, and his attempts to keep her safe from his employers even as he tried to win her heart were a heartbreaking read. This book made me feel many things. Pain at the torment these people go, tears at the healing of their ravaged souls, and finally, a bittersweet lump in my heart as I said goodbye to the people I've known for a few hours yet cared about. Connie Brockway had worked magic - a magic that we readers experience oh-so rarely in reading a book. Get this book - it's well-worth the investment.
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