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All Through the Night: A Troubleshooter Christmas (Troubleshooters #12)

4.17 of 5 stars 4.17  ·  rating details  ·  4,485 ratings  ·  255 reviews
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 Alyss
Paperback, 341 pages
Published November 25th 2008 by Ballantine Books (first published 2007)
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I loved reading about Jules getting his happy ending. He's such a fantastic character and I've enjoyed reading his role in the many Troubleshooters books. Robin grew on me after disliking him completely in "Hot Target." So this was a fun book to read. Lots of guest appearances from past characters and some great general comedy - I loved the breaking out of the bathroom scene. And I applaud Brockmann for taking a chance on such a controversial subject matter for the book.

What I could have done wi
Elisa Rolle
Suzanne Brockmann is pissed off. She is really hungry cause she has a gay son and she wants that her son can have a normal life and marry the man he loves. And from what I understand, in USA some party wing has put in stand by a law that recognize same sex marriage in Massachussetts. So when her publisher has asked her to write a Christmas novel (usually a tale of good feeling and we all love each other genre) she has written All Through the Night, where her gay characters, Jules and Robin, will ...more

You'd think i'd pick a better picture of Jules and Robin on their wedding day because well, i've waited countless books to get to this point for them. Just picture them starding up to all those against this marriage, Jules style.

What too away from All Through the Night is that we get to know Robin very well. I did struggle with the first part of the book because I felt it was a little rushed, time just jumped forward and I was being greedy. I wanted more Robin & Jules getting to know each ot
Kaje Harper
I love Jules and Robin. Especially Jules. This is not the book for a new reader to start meeting them. This is their reward for making it through Hot Target and the books that follow. You can, however, begin with Hot Target and not necessarily read all the M/F romances before it although Jules appears much earlier in the series (Hot Target has both M/M and M/F romances front and center, (view spoiler))

May 07, 2008 Eviltwinjen rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Fans of Robin and Jules. This is not the book to start with if you don't know who I'm talking about!
Shelves: romance
I notice some Goodreads reviewers complaining that this book is silly and schmoopy and nonsensical and everyone's pregnant. Well, yeah--it's a Christmas novella. Christmas romance novellas are like little love letters for hardcore fans. They're not a good starting place if you've never read the author or the series.

For longtime fans of Brockmann's gay FBI agent Jules and his tortured love affair with actor Robin, this book is total wish fulfilment. Having finally gotten together at the end of F
Jennifer Wardrip
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 lo
I was originally going to give this installment of the Troubleshooters series only 2 stars. I mean, I could feel my cavities growing the entire time I was reading it -- sugar and honey everywhere, good Lord, the whole thing was waaaaay too saccharine for words. But then I got to the Author's Notes.

You see, Suzanne Brockmann is an unabashedly, unashamedly, and unquiet Liberal with a Capitol L. And she has a gay son. And she writes great author's notes.

This book, All Through the Night, is all ab
Wendy F
Gawrsh.... I love these boys!

I don't know what it is about M/M love stories that hits me so hard. I think maybe it's because most of the time I'm not really fond of the female characters in a book. With an M/M I get two POV's that get me all giddy. Robin's infectious personality was so sexy. He was just so full of charisma and obvious happiness. And Jules possessiveness was hot, so hot. Robin made reference to how it turned him on that Jules all but pissed circles around him, staking his claim,
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A.M. Riley
The Troubleshooter series was a pleasant surprise. I don't know how I managed to remain ignorant of the existence of Brockman's books, but it is such a pleasure to read well written action adventure/romance which include a couple of characters who just happen to be gay.

This is the schmaltzy wonderfully romantic wedding of two of those characters.

I'm knee deep in the rest of the series, but I highly recommend "Hot Target" the kinda sorta prequel and this book to all lovers of M/M and gay romance
From the cover and what was written on the back of this book, I thought this would be more of a thriller will romance thrown in. Turns out it's a romance book with the tiniest bit of thrill thrown in. The book wasn't bad, very cheesy at times. Jules and Robin were good characters and so were most of the side characters. The sex was skimmed over, we knew it was happening but we didn't get much details, though this could be a good thing or a bad thing depending on how steamy you like your books. ...more
I love Jules so much I get through the whole book for him. Because truth be told this story is pretty meah ;)
Jules is undoubtedly my favorite TS character <3
I've only read two of Suzanne Brockmann novels. I read Hot Target and liked it, but I liked this one more. Maybe it is because I read about two characters who have developed a deep loving relationship for one another. I didn't really care that I was reading about two men who loved one another because it was done tastefully. Nowhere in the plot do you see any line about either of their penis sizes or their throbbing members and how many romance/suspense novels can you say that about?! Heck, even ...more
This was extremely quick reading and enjoyable story but it felt shoe-horned into the series for me. I applaud Ms. Brockmann utilizing Jules and Robin to publicly support her son-I just disagree with this series as being the vehicle. Because they were peripheral characters that didn't really add to the suspense/thriller portion of the story or of the team that this story is part of. So it was a gay romance story of previously tertiary characters that did nothing to further the arc and legend of ...more
Alicia (is beyond tired of your *ish)
This book gave me what I've wanted for so long: an adult M/M with no sex. It wasn't about all the sex these men have or want to have. It was about how much they love each other and the importance of getting to cement that love and commitment through marriage.

Now, of course, my evil, cynical brain can't help but wonder if the lack of sex was because Ballantine only gave Brockmann so much latitude with this book. Big Six publishers aren't really known for their support of LGBT romance. I truly ho
All Through the Night - Suzanne Brockmann. This is the story I've been waiting to hear from Brockmann, it's not her fault, I'm late to the series and just got to this book.

Jules Cassidy gets married to his true love, Robin Chadwick. As I've stated before, Jules is my favorite character in the whole Troubleshooters series of books. However, you may notice that it has gotten almost the lowest of all the scores for books in this series. Brockmann gave in to pressure from her publisher to produce a
Gladys (glad4twilight)
Well I have to say this book was not my fav. I love the characters and Robin has emerged as maybe my favorite of the whole series because his story came on strong and fast but I found this book to be a little corny at times. Just some of the events that happened one including Robin getting stuck in a at first sight between Dolphina and Will was a little weak...and just some of the far fetched crazy things happening, I felt took away from the amazing wedding story.

Jules Robin and Sam
I don't have much to say. I LOVE Jules. Just adore him. And Robin is growing on me and I was so happy to spend more time with them. This time we see a few specific days after their HEA in the last book through their wedding which ends this book. (Including the engagement) We got a little more Adam. (I look forward to reading his book, I just don't completely understand him or like him very much). There is some more on the state of both of their careers and how their very public relationship impa ...more
I'm a huge fan of Ms. Brockmann's Troubleshooters Series and have been looking forward to Jules and Robin's story, but this one didn't work so well for me. I liked it and thought the author did a good job but...I don't think it will be one that I will reread like I do with most of her other books.

Two major problems; inconsistencies (which I'll get to in a bit) and a feeling that this book just doesn't fit with the series. Ms. Brockmann writes in the author's note at the end of the book that Robi
Everything in this that involved Robin and Jules, I adored. Seriously. I picked this book up because I saw "Jules Cassidy ties the knot with the man of his dreams" and pounced, and oh boy did they deliver. Robin and Jules have such a geniunely sweet romance, and a perfectly realistic and adult one as well, as they talk through their troubles and put effort into their relationship.

Unfortunately, there's another, secondary romance that just irritated me when it showed up, and the fact that pretty
This is one of my most reread books; I just love seeing Jules and Robin together. I finished Brockmann’s previous book FORCE OF NATURE happy that long running character Jules Cassidy was finally getting his happy ending (or rather, happy beginning) with Robin, the love of his life. But I also wished there’d been more Jules-and-Robin ...

And I got my wish, since they are the center of ALL THROUGH THE NIGHT, as they plan their wedding and deal with various issues that arise. It was like an early Ch
Hope Frost
Ms. Brockmann's personal agenda permeates the story. Her son is gay, and she is very active in organizations trying to end discrimination against gays. This is a position I support, but I'd just as soon not have it hammered it at me in a romance novel. A lot of the dialogue borders on TMI. I did enjoy getting to see a few of the TSI and SEAL's lives, and how they have changed with marriages and babies. In my opinion, we seem to have veered way off course to what this series was advertised as. I ...more
Hildy (The Book Boss)
I love Jules and Robin and was happy to read their story even though it was too cheesy for me in many parts. I do love the Sam/Jules/Robin dynamic. My favourite part, by far, was the Author's Note at the end. I want Suzanne Brockmann to be my mom!
Well, my favourite (gay) hero of all this series is the very character of this story, a bit lighter than the others of this series, and everything is involving around his wedding with his lover Robin.

I missed a bit of action here, (even if we had a glimpse of Jules in A-stan, stranded and surrounded by bad people who wanted him bad along with all his military friends there) but really the real story of this book is Jules, Robin and all their relatives and friends there for their marriage.

A very
I think it's awesome that Ms. Brockmann is so openly supportive of her son, and her willingness not only to write gay-positive characters but also to feature them as the romantic leads is admirable. However, in the last two books, I really wish the relationship between Jules and Robin had felt more like a romance and less like a political screed. And forget suspense from this book; it's almost nonexistent.
This is just a typical romance. Well, typical in structure anyway. The only thing that differentiates it from other romances is that it is about a gay couple. Jules is an FBI agent and Robin is a famous actor, both with illustrious careers, of course. They are madly in love and even plan to propose to each other on the same night. Isn't that so sweet? But of course, things can't run that smoothly, so lots of things get in the way. But, not homophobia or anything, but much more dramatic things su ...more
I didnt finish this book for several reasond: 1) I read enough about Jules & Robin already. I felt like they already got their HEA in Force of Nature. I mean I like their characters but two books in a row dedicated mostly to them was a bit much. Im afraid I may have missed some minor details about othet important characters but oh well. 2) This book got way too political for me. I read fiction for entertainment, not political agenda. 3) I am heterosexual. I have enjoyed these characters in p ...more
I love the whole series, but want to especially point this one out because of the non-traditional central romance. Events revolve around the marriage between Robin Chadwick and Jules Cassidy right after Massachusetts legalized gay marriage. It's a wonderful romance with some intriguing suspense and I particularly applaud the author for taking the risk in this and in her series in general to include gay characters in her mainstream romantic suspense novels. I've been in love with Jules and Robin ...more
An entertaining mix of action-adventure, screwball comedy, and romance. I could nitpick, but every time I think about it I get this goofy grin on my face, so I don't think I'll bother. :)
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Suzanne Brockmann was born in 1960. Married with Ed Gaffney, a lawyer and published writer. They have two grown children: Melanie, who is a personal trainer and author, and Jason, who is an actor and tap dancer. They divide their time between Boston, Massachusetts, Sarasota, Florida and New York City.

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“Sam found a chair under Robin’s butt and evicted him from it, bringing it over to his pregnant wife.“Sorry, I wasn’t thinking,” Robin apologized.
“Thanks,” Alyssa said to Robin as she sat down, even as she gave Sam a darkly amused look.
“What?” he said. “I was just helping him think.”
“She smiled at him, the way she always did, even when he woke up at oh-what-the-fuck-hundred.” 8 likes
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