Sunday, January 27, 2013

All In

All In (The Blackstone Affair #2) by Raine Miller


The second installment of Raine Miller’s The Blackstone Affair, All In, picks up where the first installment, Naked, leaves off.  Let me suggest you read Naked first; this is not a stand alone series.  I, however, have not read this first book and therefore missed out on some of the background information that plays an important role in the second book.  All In is romance, borderline erotic, and begins with Ethan Blackstone being left by his girlfriend who apparently he lied to or hid the truth from, again hence the first book.  The scene is set in London and is form the male point of view; and he appears to be a British security specialist, whereas, his love interest Brynne is American artist.  Ethan is neurotic, possessive, and inarguably, obsessed with this girl, which he is madly in love with.  She has some past issues of her own.  Ethan tries to protect Brynne from her past as he juggles his career.  The book ends in a cliffhanger, setting up for the next chapter.  After reading this book I have been left with more question than answers.  I will be reading Naked to get the back-story and catch up on this series. 

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