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All or Nothing (Harlequin Desire Series #2203)

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  • Posted February 18, 2013

    Jayne Hughes left her husband because of the secrets he kept fro

    Jayne Hughes left her husband because of the secrets he kept from her.  Now Jayne is back demanding that Conrad 
    sign the divorce papers.  Now Conrad's undercover work for Interpol has come back and is making Jayne and Conrad
    go underground.  Can they work out their problems while hiding together.
    The Aplha Brotherhood is back with a great new book.

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 30, 2013

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    All Or Nothing by Catherine Mann delivers another wonderful stor

    All Or Nothing by Catherine Mann delivers another wonderful story in her The Alpha Brotherhood series.

    Jayne Hughes is tired of living her life in limbo. Her husband Conrad Hughes spends weeks if not months away from her and she has no idea what he is doing. She travels to Monte Carlo to try to force Conrad to sign the divorce papers and hopefully this will help her get on with her life. Jayne is not prepared to still be so powerfully attracted to her soon to be ex husband.

    Conrad Hughes has overcome his troubled youth to become a powerful businessman. He is also an undercover agent and this role has caused his marriage to crumble. When Jayne arrives on his turf Conrad will pull out every trick in the book to keep Jayne as his wife.
    He makes a deal with Jayne if she is willing to spend two days with him he will sign her papers.

    Jayne agrees and puts her heart into Conrad’s hands. But does she have his trust? When a case that Conrad had worked on comes to threaten both of them, he has to tell Jayne the truth. Once the danger is past will Jayne be able to handle both the worlds her husband lives and works.

    All Or Nothing has two strong and compelling characters. Watching them learn to give and take in all aspects is special. It’s a treat to have a couple find their way back to each other. Looking forward to the next book in this delightful series.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 16, 2013

    Nice

    Really like this story.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 28, 2014

    All Or Nothing accurately described how Jayne and Conrad viewed

    All Or Nothing accurately described how Jayne and Conrad viewed their marriage. This book by Catherine Mann is one of the better "Reunion" books I've read.

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  • Posted April 12, 2013

    To be honest, when I started with this novel I kinda did not lik

    To be honest, when I started with this novel I kinda did not like it.  The story started with Cara being pregnant and both trying to keep away from each other. Maybe that is the reason they were hardly in the same page. Their interaction with the other characters in the novel was more strong and the two seemed to fit here and there in the story.

    I even sympathized with Max more since he seemed to find even flimsy excuses to meet her but always leaving when asked to, understanding her need to put her career first. He is a character you could relate to. Tough yet humane.

    But after a few pages, the story focused more on Cara's emotions. Her fear regarding their relationship was well founded. Max did not want to become a father. The story also gained momentum after the avalanche in which they were both caught and I found it hard to keep down the book from this point.

    There are other characters also who add different layers to the story. Specially Jake and Gillian ( Cara's sister). I found Gillian very endearing and her support in Cara's life is what kept the MC's from reaching their goal.

    The other aspect was the political aspect, in which The President had fathered a love child. The scandal has been delicately woven into the story without turning it into a political battle.

    My only regret would be that I would never know what happened after the DNA results came out and were the hackers of the White House computer system caught? :(

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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