An All Night Man

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Brenda Jackson: "The Hunter"

Mallory Standish and Hunter Sloan share a steamy one night stand. But, the next morning, Mallory learns that the P. in P.I. doesn't stand for "private." In Hunter's case, it stands for "playa."

Joylynn Jossel: "Just Wanna Love Ya"

Jai is out for a night on the town. She certainly isn't looking for love. But, ...

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Overview

Brenda Jackson: "The Hunter"

Mallory Standish and Hunter Sloan share a steamy one night stand. But, the next morning, Mallory learns that the P. in P.I. doesn't stand for "private." In Hunter's case, it stands for "playa."

Joylynn Jossel: "Just Wanna Love Ya"

Jai is out for a night on the town. She certainly isn't looking for love. But, after a night of passion with Sloane, she realizes that she's found more than an all night man. She's found an all night, all day, every day man.

Kayla Perrin: "Never Satisfied"

Rachel is sick of set-ups, bad dates, and boring one night stands. Then, a mysterious man from her past shows up and reminds Rachel that relationships should be anything but boring.

Tamara Sneed: "Fantasy Man"

Olivia, a high powered PR executive, is supposed to entertain Clark, one of Hollywood's cutest bad boys. Olivia, who is usually no-nonsense, thinks that they will have dinner, talk business, and call it a night. Clark, however, has very different ideas. . .

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"An All Night Man serves up a perfect four-course meal thanks to a quartet of amazingly talented authors ... With pages that sizzle with sinfully sexy characters, putting down this anthology becomes a true act of will."

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780312328771
  • Publisher: St. Martin's Press
  • Publication date: 2/1/2005
  • Edition description: First Edition
  • Pages: 336
  • Sales rank: 1,454,326
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.75 (d)

Meet the Author

Brenda Jackson

Brenda Jackson is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of romance novels including the Westmorelands series and, from St. Martin’s Press, Some Like It Hot, Taste of Passion and The Playa’s Handbook. She lives in the city where she was born, Jacksonville, Florida.

 

Joylynn Jossel is the Essence bestselling author of When Souls Mate, If I Ruled the World, and The Root of All Evil. She is a resident and native of Columbus, Ohio.

 

Kayla Perrin is the USA Today and Essence bestelling author of many novels, including Winter Break, The Delta Sisters, and Control.

 

Tamara Sneed writes contemporary romance novels with equal parts humor and suspense. Her novels include You've Got a Hold On Me, All the Man I Need, and The Way He Makes Me Feel. She lives in Los Angeles.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 14, 2006

    I wonder if some of you readers can go straight to bed after reading this.

    Brenda Jackson, Joylynn Jossell, Kayla Perrin and Tamara Sneed have done there thing in this book. Each author has developed great characters plus romantic and pleasurable stories. One of the pet peeves that I have regarding short stories is that once a story pulls you in it quickly spits you out while leaving you wanting more. 'The Hunter' by Brenda Jackson is about sexy Hunter who is a P.I. by trade and a playa by choice. His ex girlfriend Mallory ended their four months affair six months ago because he was not ready for a commitment. Now she wants him to investigate her brother-in-law who she fears is cheating on her sister after seeing him at the Hilton as a result to this old feelings spark right back up. After reading this I was quite please. Brenda did not disappoint me on this story. 'Just Wanna Love Ya' by Joylynn Jossel is about party girl Jai who goes out every Friday to ¿Club Cream¿ for her weekly fix. But what she finds in Sloan might be all the medicine she needs because later on he overtly shows her how much he desires her. This wasn¿t bad but was least of my favorites and was my first read by this author. In 'Never Satisfied' by Kayla Perrin we have single Amani who is tired of the blind dates and one-night stands. But those days are over when an old crush returns to rekindle her flame, Amani still fantasizes over her high school senior year teacher Aaron although a decade has passed. No man she has met before or since measures up to him, but although he was not much older than her he rejected her advances. As he steps in ¿Coffee, Tea, and Me¿ where she works and the reality is even better than her fantasy¿s. Kayla did a great job with this story and ended up being one of my favorites. I just wish it was a full fledge book because there was so much to tell from what these characters were going through. Finally we have 'Fantasy Man' by Tamara Sneed. We have Olivia, who reluctantly serves as PR specialist to Hollywood action hero Clark. He prefers not to have her as his escort as she has been outrageously rude to him at her family gatherings. Meanwhile we fine the dinner plans for VIP Clark Stone can¿t compete with his plans for the pleasure afterwards. This story was really good and was my second favorite. This was the first time reading from this author as well. The barn scene was hot makes you want to fine a farm nearby. ¿An All Night Man¿ is sure to make its readers pull an all-nighter. The stories here were all so different. They all worked with the same theme yet each author approached it in such a wide range of variety. I enjoyed the book and I think other readers will too.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 25, 2005

    All Night with me

    These four authors are great! An All Night man shows the ups and downs of getting what you want, when you want. I believe that Brenda Jackson's book was the bomb!

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    four fine erotic contemporary romances

    ¿The Hunter¿ by Brenda Jackson. In San Diego private investigator Hunter wants to refuse the case because he fears how his client Mallory makes him feel. She ended their four months affair six months ago because he was not ready for a commitment. Now she wants him to investigate her brother-in-law who she fears is cheating on her sister after seeing him at the Hilton.--- ¿Just Wanna Love Ya¿ by Joylynn Jossel. In Cincinnati, every Friday night Jai and her girlfriend Rissa go to Club Cream. This Friday night is different as she meets Sloan, who overtly shows how much he desires her.--- ¿Never Satisfied¿ by Kayla Perrin. In Toronto, Amani still fantasizes over her high school senior year teacher Aaron although a decade has passed. No man she has met before or since measures up to him, but although he was not much older than her he rejected her advances. Now he is in Coffee, Tea, and Me where she works and the reality is even better than the fantasy.--- ¿Fantasy Man¿ by Tamara Sneed. In Los Angeles in support of her family¿s firm, Olivia reluctantly serves as PR specialist to Hollywood action hero Clark. He prefers not to have her as his escort as she has been outrageously rude to him at her family gatherings. However, they both are stuck as her brother¿s wife is about to give birth and her parents are in Africa.--- These four erotic contemporary romances entertain the audience with minor but fun conflict and plenty of heat between the likable couples.--- Harriet Klausner

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  • Posted August 28, 2011

    Loved it

    Must read great author

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 12, 2012

    A Little Disappointing

    It's an easy and interesting read. Not great but not bad. Enjoyed the last story the most, but had to make it through the other stories.

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