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Damn Radclyffe! You the Queen!
Ok I was wrong?In my review of number four, I wondered if Radclyffe could better it. I was wrong, she did and she did it well. I still love book four but I love this one for different reasons. Again Radclyffe deals with controversial issues with confidence, sensitivity and compassion. PTSD comes in all shapes and sizes and Radclyffe shows that in this book in more than one situation. Yeah, sure she wraps it all up neatly into a romantic journey, but also tackles the issues. Does love and friends...
I love this series - I'm a big fan of the Honor Series but this series might just have overtaken it to become my favourite Rad series. I love Tory and Reese and I just find both the setting and all of the secondary characters to be so well fitting.This one finds Provincetown facing a hurricane warning. As a plot it works really well in that it brings together so many of the characters that have been introduced in the first four books, but also forces them to confront different aspects of themsel...
I'm really impressed by Radclyffe's ability to hold the level this high over the whole series, I know there are two more books, but I'm sure I will love this too.Reese and Tory are still troubled with Reese's experiences in Iraq while there is a hurricane threatening to bring greater damage to Provincetown. There are two new characters who have their appearance, Nita and Deo. I'm looking forward to the last two books in this series.Still highly recommended to all romance fans, my rating 5 stars
This was a lot different than the other books in the series. It seemed to be a little more abrasive than the other books, both in language and other aspects. Those things don’t bother me it was just different. It was still good but I was less impressed with this one than I was the others.
And just when I thought it couldn’t get any bette it did. I fell right into the pages of this book and could not wait to get back to it once I had to stop. It is a believable story with the perfect amount of humor. This author is amazing
Provincetown #5 has all the hallmarks of the series, a little background drama while two reluctant strangers give in to the fates; two likeable main characters; a little angst and recurrence of familiar characters. It's a tried and trusted formula. Even though the main story centres on two new character, I feel that if you liked the others in the series, this one won't let you down.
Well, as disturbing as the last book was, this one made up for it. I loved that it was written with all of the characters in an equal balance, although Tory and Reese seemed to take a back seat a little bit. Reese's struggle with her reentry or PTSD as the case may be, was very real, and very frightening. Tory's struggle with it, was even more harrowing. The love story between Nita and Deo was lovely, protracted, well, it had to be right, but rewarding in the end. I also began to enjoy Allie's c...
continuing a good series, easy romance novels, great summer beach stuff
This series is repetitive at times, but still entertaining.
This series just gets better new characters who blend with the old and so nice to keep up with the lives of Reese & Tory just about to start the next one
I always grow apprehensive when the main characters in a series take a back seat. I had grown so accustomed to Reese and Tory being the main characters. Even though their story continued, the book revolved more around Nita Burgoyne and Deo Camara. It always takes me a few chapters to wrap my head around a set of characters, but I did eventually learn to admire both Nita and Deo, although, as I always do, I fell for the strong woman, call her butch if you like. Not saying that Nita isn't strong
Why is it that we bring our past relationships drama to new opportunities? Both Deo and Nita had to learn with each other to let the past be the past and to appreciate what each one was willing to give and receive from each other. I keep finding myself liking these characters more and more as the series continues.
This was probably one of my favorites of the series. I loved Dao. I loved Dao and Nitta together. Their chemistry was off the charts and Dao's story is so heart wrenching. I also really enjoyed the secondary characters and the community.
Love the familiar characters. The new love story is fun and still sizzles, but have liked plot lines better in other books.
Nita takes a job at a Provincetown clinic to escape bad news in the big city; meets hot-to-trot contractor Deo … a hurricane puts things in perspective
The hurricane stuff was pretty cool. This series is definitely helping me with my reading challenge.
Every book in this series is amazing. It’s no wonder it’s one of my favorites. Radclyffe is a boss. Deo lost so much when her twin brother Gabe died. This really hit home with me since by Best Friend had something similar happen to her when we were in High School. It was devastating and heartbreaking. Poor Deo blamed herself and too all the blame from her family not telling them that Gabe was driving. She deserves so much happiness and Bonita is the one to give it to her. They’ve both felt the s...
5th in the series
As emotional as other books in series. Like the consistency of heroic image of relentless Reese. Kinda expected edning to focus on Reese and Tory...
Not this author's best effort.
read the book a second time. I've forgotten how exciting the story was. And so well defined. Thank you, Provencetown Tales #6 next to read!