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Shy, studious Irene Stenson and wild, privileged Pamela Webb had been the best of friends for one short high school summer. Their friendship ended the night Pamela dropped Irene off at home - and Irene walked in to discover her parents' bodies on the kitchen floor. It was ruled a murder-suicide, and Irene fled Dunsley, determined to wipe out every memory attached to her Northern California hometown. But now she has been summoned back.

Pamela's email had been short and cryptic. More alarming, it included the code word they had used as teenagers, suggesting an urgency and secrecy that puzzled Irene. What could be important enough to make her former friend get in touch after all these years? She won't find out - at least not from Pamela, who lies dead in the luxurious home of her father, a US senator, pill and liquor bottles beside her. The shock has barely subsided before the rumors begin to swirl.

Irene had planned to get out of this place as quickly as possible. But her reporter's instinct - and her own hunger to know the truth - compel her to extend her stay at the local lodge. Even more compelling is the man who runs the place - a hazel-eyed ex-marine who's as used to giving orders as Irene is to ignoring them.

Luke Danner can see the terrified young girl hidden beneath Irene Stenson's black-clad, confident exterior - and he is intent on protecting her. But he is also driven by passions of his own, and together they will risk far more than local gossip to sort out what happened to Pamela Webb and what really happened on that long-ago summer night.

©2006 Jayne Ann Krentz (P)2015 Recorded Books

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I love all Jayne ann krentz books

I enjoyed this on audio even more than on book. I love this authors books no matter if she writes under Amanda quick, or Stephanie James, but I especially enjoy her other world books written under Jayne castle

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  • Patricia
  • 15-08-15

All Night Long

I thoroughly enjoyed this novel and its narration! It takes a special talent for a narrator to be able to differentiate characters in an audio book - especially when there are several male and female characters! Kudos to Amanda Cobb for having made each character in this novel distinct and believable! She did more than just alter voices! Her inflections and subtle nuances of normal every day language made me chuckle more than once. Fun!

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  • M. Smith
  • 18-09-15

Loved It!

I couldn't wait to get back in my car, walk the track, or settle down at night so I could listen to "All Night Long" again.

The twists, turns, and of course a love story make this an irresistible listen.

I definitely recommend it.

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  • Sulia
  • 23-05-15

Loved it!! Excellent story and great performance

Very good book I couldn't stop listening kept me wanting more, proved once again the reason why she is my favorite writer.

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  • Mel50
  • 15-03-16

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Different narrator original was a man and woman on CD. Would like to have that cheated out of best part. Story excellent, narrator horrible.

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  • Annabelle
  • 26-04-15

Another great listen!

Ms. Krentz and Ms. Cobb do it again! I was intrigued by this mystery, and it actually gave me chills more than once. There's nothing like political intrigue and murder to get the blood going. It also made me imagine going back to my own home town all these years later.

I especially liked the way the narrator handled the sex scenes. They were steamy without being raunchy, and that's a fine line, but I guess that's the writing too....

The discovery of the video made by Pamela was especially creepy.
I recommend this one!!!

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  • 23-07-20

Not one of her best.

The story is plodding and slow. It drags. Issues with Daddy talking to the hero's dr. No dr would discuss a patient, let alone one she's never seen. The plot is eh.

It just seems that Krentz is reaching and not quite tall enough.

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  • The tattooless lady
  • 15-07-20

didn't make it past chapter 9

the narrator made it impossible to get into this book. so chipper. she sets a mood that does not seem to go with the story at all. and the male lead is portrayed as a gossipy girlfriend, but we are told he is the strong silent type.

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  • Kristine Puchta-Brown
  • 08-04-20

All night long

Great book. Excellent narrator. Voices well done, and easily recognizable. Enjoyed the experience. Will look for other books by author and narrator.

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  • hrebe2017
  • 21-06-19

Excellent audio book!

Best combination book and audio performance I have heard so far. Jayne is always an excellent storyteller and writer, this book is one of my favorites of hers. Excellent performance by the narrator too. I hope they do more books together.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 21-06-19

Very good narration

This book has very good suspense. The good-guy characters are so likable. As the story unfolds it is very entertaining and the narration is very good. There is some darkness in the story that makes it heavy at times.