Book Review-All Through The Night

 All Through The Night
Troubleshooters
Suzanne Brockmann
AudioBook
Ballentine, 286 Pages
Published Oct 2007
Contemporary/Holiday Romance
ISBN: 0345501098

Synopsis:
It’s Christmastime in Boston, and this year the silver bells will be wedding bells as FBI agent Jules Cassidy ties the knot with the man of his dreams, Hollywood heartthrob Robin Chadwick. The pair plan a quiet, intimate ceremony, to be witnessed by family and close friends from the FBI, SEAL Team Sixteen, and Troubleshooters, Incorporated, including Sam Starrett and Alyssa Locke. But the holiday season brings more to the happy couple than they expect: a waterfall coming through their kitchen ceiling, old family tensions, even an international incident. Add to that a parade of unexpected guests, including a reporter looking for a scoop, an ex-lover hell-bent on causing trouble, and a dangerous stalker, and suddenly the wedding is poised to unravel in chaos.

MY REVIEW
 
Summary:
All Through The Night is a book that takes place around Christmastime, in Boston, Massachusets. Where FBI agent Jules Cassidy becomes engaged to Robin Chadwick, the love of his life. Their plan for their wedding is a small ceremony with just family and close friends, with Sam Starret and his wife Alyssa. But then they receive the news that the President will be attending the wedding, and they have to move it from small and intimate to a large fiasco. But during their engagement, there are other problems that surface, that could put them both in danger and threaten them both. So now the Wedding could be thrown in Chaos.

The Heros
Robin Chadwick, a Hollywood star and a recovering alcoholic, hid from what he truly was, gay. Having grown up with his mother that was a drunk and would beat him, until he went to live with his father and his sister Jane. Then he became a famous actor, and could never stay with one woman and always had a drink in his hand, until he met Jules, who changed his life completely and showed him the power of true love, and now wants to be with him forever.

FBI Agent, Jules Cassidy, grew up in a positive home, close to his family who have always supported him in whatever decisions that he has made. However Jules has always been possessive and jealous of any man he has fallen in love with. And now when both his and Robin’s ex Adam, comes back into their lives, and with Robin’s new tv series, his possessive streak starts to show, and wonders how he can tell Robin how he truly feels. However Jules will come to the reality of how strong and stable Robin is in their unified love in each other.
My Thoughts 
All Through The Night is my favorite of the Troubleshooter series, since I just love Jules and Robin, but most especially Jules. For most of the books we see him in them, so now we have his and Robins story, and their wedding (and I just love wedding stories) especially involving these two characters. There is also a subplot with their secretary and a research reporter, who has been captured by terrorists and knows how it is to be tortured, and manages to save Jule’s life. So in this wonderful Holiday story, we see the true power of love. This was definitely one of my favorite contemporary romances to read, and would recommend this one to anyone that loves a good romance that will bring out the best of stories!!

My Grade On This Book
5 Blossoms

Other Books In The Series 
The Unsung Hero
The Defiant Hero
Over The Edge
Out of Control
Into The Night
Gone Too Far
Flashpoint
Hot Target
Breaking Point
Into The Storm
Force of Nature
All Through The Night
Into The Fire
Dark of Night
Hot Pursuit

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