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This series keeps getting better and better ! Radclyffe the queen 👸
AwesomeRadclyffe isn't afraid to confront issues that many prefer to ignore. She handles controversial issues with compassion and sensitivity. War that is not on our home soil is hard to imagine, and probably ignored by the majority. Unless of course you are directly affected by being there or having a loved one directly in harm's way. My nephew is one of those who puts himself in harm's way and I am very proud of him. This book tackles not only the issue of defending one's country but also ques...
I'm having so much fun reading this series on Audible! The writing is wonderful. The setting is perfect and the characters are easy to fall in love with. Nicol Zanzarella makes the stories come alive with her narration. This is a wonderful book and a great series. I can't wait to get book five.
Fantastic series with wonderful, interesting and different characters. Some main characters are leading through all the books, some have less presence and some will come back again. Radclyffe is an extraordinary storyteller. And she doesn't shy away from difficult themes like war and the problems they involve for the people after returning home.Highly recommended series, my rating 5 stars
Good series! intense,same likable characters and as usual good storytelling (paperback!)
Well I guess I need to read the 5th and final book of the series. If I didn’t know I was gay already this rabbit hole I’ve fell down would be a huge red flag. Or rainbow flag...
I’ve been only rating these books and not reviewing them. I gave books 1-3, 4 stars. I just felt some things were a bit repetitive and I had no other qualms. This book was really good. More complex and just awesome. I hope Radclyffe keeps it up over the rest of the series.
Get another great story in this series introducing new characters and major upsets for two of our favourites . This is a brilliant series of books and I'm ready to start the next one
This series is so addictive. This has some of the more suspenseful plot lines.
This book bothered me. I loved the writing, and the plot but I just hate war and everything to do with it. I hated that Reese was forced, by obligation, to go and the scene between Reese and Tory had me flying through the tissues. The crime family thing with Rica and her father was an interesting story, and I enjoyed Carter's character as she struggled with doing her job and falling for Rica. I was happy when Things got back to normal at the end, although, things aren't really back normal, somet...
could not put the book down. Radclyffe is such a fine writer. Her story lines are always gripping, her characters believable, her prose never cliche. So often, in this book and many of her others, you will encounter a new turn of phrase that you wish to remember beyond the reading of the book.
This series is repetitive at times, but still entertaining.
I've complained before that Radclyffe's Honor series and her Justice series don't accomplish enough in each installment. Inexplicably, her Provincetown series always has too much action given its particular setting, and this book is particularly egregious. There's simultaneously a mob boss related story and a war in the Middle East story. They are held together in the same book by the thinnest of connections. It's not much more than a couple of conversations between characters who had never met
Hmmm, not one of my favorites. I knew this book would be difficult. With Reese going off to war, and Tory left alone to cope with being a single parent, I was left feeling bereft. The satellite romance, well I just couldn't get into it. It seemed as if it was superfluous to the main story. I love Reese, but I hate that she left Tory alone, and I really hated that Tory felt she couldn't share how she felt with Reese. The ending was great, but then, I wonder what sort of aftermath Reese might be l...
I thoroughly enjoyed this book it had a bit of angst and few surprises along the way. I enjoyed the new characters and where the storyline went. I'm looking forward to starting the next book
I am enjoying the array of characters and what each one brings to this picturesque little town, and honestly if I was not a California kid I would explore the possibility of moving there, if only in my dreams.
This book is so good. It had my heart bursting with emotion and I may have shed more than a tear or two. When Reese’s reserve unit gets deployed and Reese has to say goodbye to Tory, Reggie, and Bri, oh man heartache city. Tears when Bri said everyone leaves, and again the morning Reese was leaving and Tory was trying so hard not to cry. Then Tory crying afterward on the beach after Kayaking. My heart sank when Tory learned that Reese’s unit is missing! All the relief when Reese calls Tory and w...
I will say with out hesitation that Radclyffe can rip your heart out. One of the things I love about this series that is so different from the other’s that I’ve reads is – she’s followed these characters so well. She keeps Reese and Tory front and center while still introducing new characters and new story lines and progressing the story flawlessly. I find it incredibly refreshing to stick with a couple through the rough times and life milestones and the way the fall in love with each other over...
This is the third book in the Provincetown series and just as enjoyable as the first two. Radclyffe certainly draws the reader in right from the start. And I feel like I've been there, although I haven't - yet.
Good short storyYou can't go wrong with Radclyffe, but this was more of a short story than a novel. In any case the story was interesting and the characters full bodied and well rounded.
cry,cry,cry again and again. My partner tells me "thats what a great writer does turns on your every emotions!" second time I read the book i'm on page 121
Very intense book of the series. Not only because of Tory and Reese's situation but Carter's as well. Radclyffe keeps surprising me )
Love this series.