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I’ve read more than one series by Radclyffe. And I love them all, so it’s not really surprising that I love this one too. I’m fascinated by Radclyffe’s ability to spin so many stories about different groups of friends. The characters, main and secondaries, are created well, strong women who are still vulnerable. It’s about friendship and love, family and work. Rad weaves the different plot lines perfectly together. And doc and cops are always a favorite combination of me.The relationships, both,...
BRILLIANT!What to say next I have know idea. The book is BRILLIANT. I've so gotta visit Provincetown, kinda hard living in the UK. But I can dream. This book has everything, friendship, heroism, bad guys, good guys, and a whole lotta love. The descriptions are outstanding, the image they portray in my head makes me wanna visit. Clear water, Sandy beaches and an awesome story. Radclyffe gets you hooked from the first word and leaves you dangling at the end. So now I'm off to read number three. En...
I'm not a radclyffe fan, but i actually thought this book was pretty good. Not just the standard formula. The narration was especially good.
Well, let's just say that this series helped my wife and I decide to travel all the way from Austin to Provicetown MA to get married in 2011.
I love this series. Having spent so much time in Cape Cod, and Provincetown, it is wonderful that this brings so much of that back, with real places, and events. The Pied and the Tea Dance come to mind particularly as well as just the whole atmosphere of P-Town. The story, of course was wonderful. I love Reese, and Bri, although sometimes Bri does some pretty foolish stuff. Looking forward to diving into Distant Shores.
There is much to enjoy about the relationship between Reese and Tory. They are so there for each other, that kind of love and devotion almost seems unbelievable. Almost. Reese wanna be Brianna makes a decision that she just has to make and hopes for the best. Caroline is a very determined young lady who knows what she wants. The introduction and reintroduction of characters will make for interesting and intriguing next reads.
Not my favorite of the series. A little overwrought and a little over emotional for me - too often some character is convinced another is in imminent peril, to quickly discover they were fine. Phew! That being said, the setting, the cast, and in particular the promise of a story arc featuring The Doctor’s Fabulous Ex Coming To Town will have me tuning in to book 3 without delay.
One of my favorite series. The characters are strong vulnerable women who live their life to the fullest. Add in an exciting plot and it makes for a very fun journey. I recommend you read this series from the beginning to the latest book. It just continues to entertain.
I enjoyed the depiction of Provincetown, a place I know well and love. So the best parts of the book were the images in my head of Herring Cove, Cafe Heaven and even the pay phone next to the UU Meeting house. The characters, the sex and the plot were cardboard, routine and the "plot" was thin.
It's always the same in all his books, the only thing that changes is the name of the character, is completely predictable (And I'm going to do the same with my reviews)
One relationship grows, while another one gets tested in the second book in this series.
I don't usually read the second book in an arc before the first, but in this case it wasn't a problem. I thought this was a wonderful stand alone book even though there are references to past events in Safe Harbor. Something about strong, silent types meeting up with other strong women makes for a terrific plot line. Throw in a police drama, a few side romances, a hint of military angst with Don't Ask, Don't Tell and you have the makings of a book that is hard to put down. Radclyffe does a good
Oh my god, I love this book! This was one of Rad's best, at least, I think so. Rarely do I enjoy more than one romance in a single novel, but this was a shining exception. Of course I love Tory and Reese, and their steady love for each other, but equally as intriguing was the relationship between Bri and Carre. At first, it was tenuous, but I soon found myself longing to read about both romances. It was a new experience for me, as I often find myself skimming over satellite character streams, bu...
Awesome sequel to Radclyffe’s Safe Harbor. Follows the continuing story of the main characters, Tory, Reese, Bri and Caroline. I loved following their relationships and how their lives continued to evolve.I couldn’t get enough of their story. Intense, emotional, sexually intimate. It has everything. I wish it didn’t end. Love this book. Very fast read. I love the setting of Province Town. One of my favorite stomping grounds!
I enjoyed the story and the narrator did a good job of representing the different characters (there was more than one Maine accent this time around), but I'm not sure I'll continue listening to the series. This is no fault of the author, but angsty butches cause me awful flashbacks. Radclyffe is an excellent writer, and I recommend her books to any fan of lesfic.
Always satisfyingly intriguingRadcliff never ceases to amaze me with heartfelt plots and love. The intellect and emotions she conveys through her characters is one of the things I truly admire about her writing.
I'm not sure what went wrong with this one. I tried to listen to it through the Audible Escape (formerly Romance) package. There was a gap between reading/listening to Safe Harbor and this one. Maybe it would have worked better if I had tried them back to back.
OMG, Regina!! what a wonderful ending to this 2nd book. I'm not going to lie, I'm loving Bri's growth and Car's unwavering love. Who say's young love can't be forever. I'm so glad to see young peoples struggles shared in a beautiful way, that let's us know its okay to not know it all.
Cheese, but I’m hooked
Good story and it makes you feel like you are at the Cape.
I like the stories about Dr. Tory King and Sherif Reese Conlon, their family and friends.
Not enough story, too much sex.
And it keeps getting better. I can’t get enough.
This series has grabbed a hold of my heart! Tory and Reese love is like bon appetit MUAH. On to #3
Nice continuation and character development from book 1. Nice balance between sexy but not too gross scenes and plot. Addictive listening.Occasional insight into lesbian relationships that makes me a more thoughtful partner.
I love book two just as much as book one!!! Reese and Tory decide to have a baby. I couldn’t think of two more wonderful people to raise a child. Reese’s fear of something going wrong and losing Tor or the baby is very real and felt. Tor also has to face her fear of losing Reese when she is injured not once but twice. I was so scared that Tory or the baby wouldn’t make it at the end. I cried with relief when they all polled through. They are such a beautiful little family. Bri and Carre are thei...
This is quickly becoming one of my favorite series. This is the first LGBT series that I've read and I'm so happy to say that I'm smitten with it. The town, the characters, the plot - all of it. I can't find anything about this book that I did not like. Tory and Reese are just spectacular. Their relationship is what dreams are made of , their ups and downs and communication, their desire for each other - just YES. Bri really got to me in this book. I was hurting for her as she kept trying to fig...
Like it so far. Easy to read, but following the story you kind of know how the things will develop. And also, that somehow every storyline will finish with a happy ending. Not sure if I like that or not.