Book Reviews of All Through the Night (Troubleshooters, Bk 12)

All Through the Night (Troubleshooters, Bk 12)
All Through the Night - Troubleshooters, Bk 12
Author: Suzanne Brockmann
ISBN-13: 9780345501097
ISBN-10: 0345501098
Publication Date: 10/2007
Pages: 304
Rating:
  • Currently 4.1/5 Stars.
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4.1 stars, based on 136 ratings
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Book Type: Hardcover
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Helpful Score: 6
ALL THROUGH THE NIGHT is, by far, my all-time favorite book in the SEAL Team Sixteen/Troubleshooters, Inc. series!

I've loved Jules Cassidy ever since he was first introduced in THE DEFIANT HERO, and I'm so, so glad that Suzanne Brockmann gave him the happy ending that he deserves.

Although I had doubts about Robin Chadwick when he first appeared a few books ago, I have to say that the love these two men share for each other is such a wondrous, joyous thing that I can no longer complain.

If you love this series, and especially if you love Jules Cassidy, you don't want to wait -- pick up this book today.
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Helpful Score: 5
This book was so well crafted and so touching. This is a definite keeper for me.

Jules Cassidy and Robin Chadwick FINALLY get their happily ever after. The love is so palpable between these two you can practically touch it. Which isn't to say there's no twists as we wait for these two to get to the altar!

With appearances by Alyssa and Sam, Cosmo and Janey, and a host of others, it's more a reunion than a wedding!
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Helpful Score: 2
I loved to read about Jules and Robin. They've been through so much to be together, it's nice to see their story progress.
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Helpful Score: 2
Enough! LOL! I loved it when Robin and Jules got together in a previous book but this entire book consists of them sharing their feelings. There is virtually no action and not much story - just these two guys working through their feelings, insecurities, etc. and gazing at each other. It's a bit over the top.
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Helpful Score: 1
ALL THROUGH THE NIGHT is, by far, my all-time favorite book in the SEAL Team Sixteen/Troubleshooters, Inc. series!

I've loved Jules Cassidy ever since he was first introduced in THE DEFIANT HERO, and I'm so, so glad that Suzanne Brockmann gave him the happy ending that he deserves.

Although I had doubts about Robin Chadwick when he first appeared a few books ago, I have to say that the love these two men share for each other is such a wondrous, joyous thing that I can no longer complain.

If you love this series, and especially if you love Jules Cassidy, you don't want to wait -- pick up this book today.
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Helpful Score: 1
I've waited a while for these characters to get together, so this book was a nice read. It was not as complex as her other books about the Navy Seals, but still worth the read. If you like her other books in this series, you will want to read this one.
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Helpful Score: 1
This is not one of her better books. It was about Robin and Jules, and Robin and Jules, and Robin and Jules. About their love for each other and how nice it was that they lived in MA so that they could actually get married. It was about how much they trusted each other. About them planning for their wedding... you get the idea. There were a couple of very minor stories in there, about another couple, Adam making trouble, and Jules in Afghanistan. Not as good as her previous books - not close.
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Once again, Suzanne Brockmann delivers, continuing the love story started in Hot Target and Force of Nature. The story has less of her usual action packed drama but goes more toward the realistic (in a world with some very attractive people). We see a tiny bit of Gina and Max, Alyssa and Sam, Jane and Cosmo, and Joan and Mike, but not quite enough to satisfy me. . .I'd love to see more of them in future books. Still, the focus on Robin and Jules is deliberate and well done. . . I hope we continue to see more of them as the Troubleshooters series continues.
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FBI agent Jules Cassidy and lifemate Robin are featured front and center as the two head for the altar amidst lethal stalkers, intrusive reporters, obtrusive ex-lovers and a brief but life-threatening stint for Jules in terror ridden Afghanistan.
Readers get insights into issues of gay relationships, marriage and intimacy, even in Massachusetts where its legal. Some background on recurring characters (Davy Jones, Adam) and others from Troubleshooters, Inc. and Seal Team 16, who appear in supporting roles.
Jules is in top FBI form both at home and abroad for the dose of action one expects from a Brockmann novel.
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I have been reading Suzanne Brockmann's Troubleshooters series and I have enjoyed all of the books that I have read and this was no different. She is a great writer and keeps the story moving so that you hate to put it down.
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This was not one of my favorite Suzanne Brockmann books, but she never really writes a bad one. Thia one was overly concerned with the personal relationships of Jules, and didn't focus enough on the suspense part of the story. Okay, already, he's gay, we accept that. Can we move on?
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I love the Trouble Shooter's/Seal Team 16 books. That being said, this was not one of the better ones. Brockmann did a fantastic job with Robin and Jules and the wedding plans, but the story lacked the depth and intensity that most of the other books have. It's possible that this happened because the book is shorter than the others, and her first attempt at the "Holiday Novella". Molly and Jones also make an appearance here, making me think that their story isn't finished (yeah!). Regardless of the lack of suspense it is a wonderful, quick, funny and romantic read. **Three cheers for MA and the work of all the folks at MassEquality, otherwise how would Jules have gotten married?**
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Beautiful story about love...partners, spouses, and friends!
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If you like the Troubleshooters series, you will likely enjoy this one. Brockmann has a good formula down, yet adds something new to each book. I didn't feel like I needed to stay up all night reading it... I was able to put it down. I enjoyed it, but wouldn't put it at the top of my list.
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Jules Cassidy and Robin Chadwick have been through a lot together over the years and through this series. When they first met Robin was still deeply in the closet, then he got involved with Jules' ex, Adam. Then Robin finally admits to himself that he is gay, but refuses to come out to the world; hiding his torment behind alcohol and meaningless one night stands. This is not the man I would have handpicked for wonderful Jules, but by the last book, Force of Nature (Troubleshooters, Book 11), I ended up liking Robin, too.

This is Suzanne Brockmann's Christmas novella where we finally get to see Jules and Robin make their commitment to each other both legal and permanent in a wedding ceremony in Boston, Massachusetts. Of course the story wouldn't be a story without a few more obstacles to overcome, including the always annoying ex, Adam, a news reporter, and a crazy fanatic.

This was a romantic story and a quick and enjoyable read. However I have a few bones to pick. At times it read like an extra schmaltzy family reunion. The Troubleshooter and Team Sixteen updates seemed a little forced and a tad corny. I want Ms. Brockmann to update me on the past characters I have come to know and love, but in this book it was a case of too much, too many. My other major problem was Jules' and his jealousy issues. It was dragged out throughout the entire story and I just wanted to yell "Get over it already! Let's Move On!"

The highpoints of the story were of course finally getting to watch Jules and Robin enjoy each other completely. Openly embracing each other and the life they are going to share, forever. Another highlight was a romance blossoming for Dolphina, the faithful assistant, and of course the appearance of the always entertaining Sam and Alyssa.
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as always, Suz is awesome!
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FBI Agent Jules Cassidy hurries to Boston to propose to the love of his life, movie actor Robin Chandler. The two are ecstatic as they plan to buy a house and live in Massachusetts, the only state (at the time) that recognizes same-sex marriage. But as the days to the wedding count down, a reporter crashes their engagement party, an ex-lover keeps contacting them, the house renovations are an on-going problem, and there is a stalker who could ruin everything.

This addition to the Troubleshooters series was all about the upcoming wedding of Jules and Robin. It feels like we've been waiting a long time for Jules to find love. Many of the characters from the series are in this one, including Sam and Alyssa. There is also a secondary story involving Robin's assistant, Dolphina Patel, and Will Schroeder, a reporter who wants an interview with the happy couple.

This was a very romantic and sometimes funny story. It could have used a little more suspense, but I loved it anyway. My rating: 4.5 Stars.
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I love the Troubleshooter series but this was not my favorite one even though it had a main plot - Jules' marriage and a sub plot of his fiance's assistant finding a guy. Just seemed a little tame. But since I love the Jules charater would listen again anyway. Also not my favorite reader. Love Patrick Lawlor who does many of the other ones in this series. He has a great voice that really adds to Suzanne Brockmann's stories.
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A typical romance - but about 2 guys who are gay.
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Unless you want to read a story about gay marriage - skip this book. She is making a political statement with this book (final chapter). I normally love her books and I don't have a problem with gay marriage - but this isn't a normal troubleshooter book. Very disappointed - I would have returned the book had I known what it was. I will be writing her a note about this book - although I doubt she cares.