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All Through the Night by [Brockway, Connie]
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Connie Brockway delivers!"
--Tami Hoag, author of A Thin Dark Line

"Connie Brockway is a master at creating sparkling chemistry."
--Laura Kinsale

"[Connie Brockway's] work brims with warmth, wit, sensuality, and intelligence."
--Amanda Quick

"Connie Brockway's powerful characters grab you by the heartstrings and pull you into their world, their hearts, their love!"
--Betina Krahn

"Connie Brockway's work is an absolute delight!"
--Catherine Anderson, author of Annie's Song


"Ms. Brockway [is] among the finest writers of the genre."
--Pen & Mouse

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A woman compelled. A man obsessed. A love that defies king and country.

In the glittering world of Regency England, Anne Wilder plays a dangerous game. A widowed lady by day, by night she becomes a masked thief preying on society's elite. She roves high above London's black rooftops, compelled by phantoms from her past to take ever greater risks. Until her restless spirit leads her into Colonel Jack Seward's trap...where seduction may be her only way out.

She plays him for a fool, taking advantage of his hungry response to escape from his clutches. But as Jack hunts for the thief, his heart falls captive to a self-possessed widow. Torn between illicit passion and tender love, Jack is duty-bound to capture the audacious criminal, even if it means ripping society apart to do so. Now, he stalks her through the town, never realizing the lovely widow who captured his heart is the same woman who roused his most violent passions.


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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2084 KB
  • Print Length: 334 pages
  • Publisher: Montlake Romance; Reprint edition (Oct. 1 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00DEP9ZDG
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars 37 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #110,875 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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All Through the Night is an engrossing read. Jack is a compelling hero: dark, dangerous, deadly, and a perfect gentleman. Anne is a tortured heroine: smart, lovely, guilt-ridden, and hiding a shocking alter-ego. Jack is wonderful in his early openly admitted need for her. Anne, knowing more than he does, is more reticent. In fact, she eventually hurts him on purpose to push him away. In fear and anger, they each resort to using sex as a weapon--one of the dark portions of this book--but in the end, they come to terms with the dangerous, dark world of their pasts and leave it behind for a new world of light and love.
Brockway's writing is at times poetic as she decribes scenes and characters, particularly where Jack is concerned. The shadows of London are superbly portrayed and offer an interesting juxtaposition to the glowing entertainments of the ton. Exceptionally well-written.
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I thought this storyline was a 5+, the physical encounters were a sizzling 10, and I really liked the characters. However, much of the writing was just so stiff that I found it rather distracting. I mean, how many people "think thus"? I certainly appreciate historical accuracy and I understand that part of Jack's charm is his gentlemanly behavior juxtaposed against the dichotomy of his rough background. Nevertheless, something just didn't flow. It was still a nice story. I just see where it could have been so much more with a more fluid, poetic writing style.
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I bought this book because of the rave reviews on this site, but I have to say, I didn't find the dark complexity that others did. I found a trite, silly and implausible premise - the lady cat burglar thing, ho-hum - that was redeemed slightly by some better than average characterizations. But brilliance? Hardly. If you are a junkie and need your fix, this book ought to provide a satisfactory buzz. But if you are a connosieur, you've got to stick with Laura Kinsale.
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I won't waste time recapping the plot. READ THIS BOOK. I've read many romances and this is one of the best. It is an intense, original, and completely satisifying read. The hero is a tortured alpha type but not in the least bit cliche. You understand his past and come to believe, not only in the reality of his scars, but that he has the strength to move past them-- with the heroine's help, of course. The heroine isn't typical either. Yes, she's a thief, but she isn't one of those ridiculous "I think I'll put on trousers and live the wild life" feisty heroines. She's got honor, spirit, and her own troubled past.
You may think "Oh, I only read contemporaries" or "Oh, I only like to read about virginal heroines." I encourage anyone to forget their prejudices and just pick up this sexy, emotional, wonderful romance.
One caveat: If you like light or funny romances, this one is not that. It's intense. If you want a frothier read, check out Brockway's "As You Desire." Just as charming and original, equally wonderful characters, but a much more light-hearted read.
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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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My interest in this novel was piqued by a reviewer at another website who gave it 100 marks out of 100. Quite a triumph, I thought, as the reviewer is, I think, tough but consistent in her views. I was NOT disappointed! All Through the Night is a difficult, dark and demanding book. It is not an easy read. Sometimes I felt I was almost intruding into the private emotional dance that Mrs Wilder and Col Seward were performing. The hero is a man from an impossibly horrible background who, through sharp intelligence, profound skills of observation and self-knowledge and an almost puritanical morality has literally created himself from nothing. The heroine is also from a less than salubrious background and profoundly damaged by her first marriage to a man who nearly broke her spirit through impossible demands and relentless criticism. He is a spy; she is a thief. They are caught up in the fathomless machinations and devious plots of politicians who only think they control the puppet strings of these two strong willed people. There is hot but very believable sexual tension between the two and the build up to their ultimate coming together is exquisitely drawn. The author truly is clever in painting a picture which requires the reader to fill in the gaps. Some things are never explained (how Jack injured his hand, for example) and others are hinted at obliquely but effectively. I shall now have to organise copies of her other books for I hope to be pleased again with Ms Brockway's work. She is to be complimented on the quality of her prose, her immaculate plotting and the brilliantly developed characters. Some of the peripheral characters in this novel are very well done and added to the intricate layers of the story. Only one small criticism. As I so often find, editors let authors down repeatedly with stupid, totally preventable errors about aristocratic titles. Why, why, why does this happen?
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