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Bam 💥 Radclyffe *drops the mic*
Holy cow, this was just fantastic!This series is one of the best I've ever read, and Radclyffe for sure is the master of series. How she creates a community of friends and lovers and intervenes different aspects and plots, I'm totally in awe. She's an excellent storyteller.For me, this one was the best in this series but not by far. Loving, heartbreaking, thrilling and constantly holding you on your toes.Dear Mrs. Radclyffe, I really hope there comes more after #7 in this series :-)
ExcellentRadclyffe has the ability to put you right in the middle of her stories. You actually feel like you are part of the community. Living, breathing the characters lives with them. In this one Radclyffe manages to wrap up a few on going storylines. But also creates a few more. Bri's attacker from book one reappears and is apprehended. Reese's spell in combat although not completely, but certainly well on the way to recovery. Tory and Reese want another baby. I'm looking forward to that :).
HOLY SHIT BALLS!By far the best in this series... absolutely fantastic. The story was spot on, it keeps pulling you back to the book. The characters seem to grow and become stronger, and I love how they seem to connect with one another. The town is ran by a bunch of lesbians, not very realistic but still a great read.
I've really enjoyed reading this series this month, and I particularly liked that this one focussed on tying up a lot of things that have appeared in previous books in the series. I loved that Carter was back amongst the storylines and I think focussing this on Allie was a great choice.I'm not normally one for spending time in the bad guys mind as part of the narrative, but because it's Rad and I love this series I won't dwell on it. It did add a feel of risk and fearfulness, plus a bit of myste...
Wow! This series just gets better and better. I think this might be the best book yet.
Radclyffe knows her craft well especially the ones involved with medics and the cops. This was action plotted from the beginning to the end. Since the book follows a series, it was obvious that they also had history and though such history didn't deprive me of enjoying the storyline, I do feel i would have appreciated all the characters more by having their history beforehand. Great reading all the same.
This book was so unrealistic. Every top position in this town is held by a beautiful lesbian. Where is this place and why am I not there. Maybe I should've started at the beginning but...so unrealisitic I doubt it was believable in the beginning either. I don't think I'll read anymore Radclyffe...A little disappointed.
The mystery part was fairly predictable, as expected from the first book of hers I read, but I liked these characters a lot more, and there was a lot of hot sex happening in P'town!(Do you see what is happening in my life right now? Law school has destroyed my brain and all I can read are trashy vampire and not-as-trashy lesbian romance mysteries.)
Fun read with the familiar characters. One of the more dramatic cases in the series. A nicely written gruesome description.
This series is coming to a close, and I don't want it to. So much has changed from the beginning of this saga 'til now. So, finally, we come to Allie. The ravishingly beautiful dark horse up has been playing in the background, until now. In this book she finally gets to shine. I was excited that we didn't lose Reese, Tory, Bri or Caroline in this book and still managed to to hang onto Allie as the star. I wondered with the re-emergence of Ashley Walker's character, whether things might heat up b...
My initial criticism of this book was that it seemed to idealistic. Where in the U.S. are you going to find a town full of lesbians running the entire town? But I confess I got over that really quickly. The mystery of who is stalking this group of friends supersedes my initial inability to suspend my disbelief. I loved the emotional conflicts and the intensity of love between the 4 different lesbian couples. I won't say that this book is in anyway extraordinary but for me it's the first queer no...
I love this series. I really don't know what I'm going to do when I run out of these books. One more to go, and I'll have to say goodbye to Reese and Tory, Allie and Ash, and Caroline and Bri. It's making me a little sad. Of course, I can always resist the tales at some date in the future, but it's never quite the same as reading for the first time. I was hoping that Allie would find love, after so much heartbreak, and Rad didn't disappoint. This was perhaps the most frightening of all the Provi...
Totally enjoyed this book in the series. Always a winner in writing and narration.
I'm loving this series. The things Radclyffe does with word is amazing. This book has excellent character development and beautiful dialogue.
I'm so happy that Allie is finally back with Ash, and that Ash gave into her love for Allie. I really enjoy the drama of the story telling that each book gifts us. And I can't wait for the new baby?
In order to provide the villain for this book, Radclyffe had to retcon something from a previous book in the series. It's lazy writing and frustrating for readers.
Back in Provincetown, and Sheriff Conlon's team is contending with the aftermath of a devastating storm. Meanwhile, a psychotic stalker is biding his time...
Another excellent book to the series. A lot of suspense in this one. I couldn’t read it fast enough!! The town is in shambles after the storm so Ashley Walker is back to evaluate the damage to the properties. I feel so much for Ash. She broke things off with Allie destroying her own heart because she thought she was doin the right thing for her. A noble gesture but she was totally wrong, she and Allie belong together. I could feel the anguish Ash was going through especially when Allie is hurt.
This book shows the main characters growing and learning to deal with life as it is. Tory feels time passing, and wants to have another child, while Reese is afraid of losing her in another pregnancy. Other loose ends are tidied, and possible futures hinted. I can't wait to see another chapter in this story. Tory and Reese, Bri, Caroline, Nita, and Allie and Ash all seem like friends after following their adventures in 6 books now.
I've not read the rest of the Provincetown books by Radclyffe but I found that didn't matter, I could still follow the story. Like most of Radclyffe's books this is a romance, with some very hot love scenes, but so much more, with a dark undercurrent of tension to keep the pages turning. Perfect relaxing reading.
Great seriesI have really enjoyed this series. Of course, it's Provincetown so that familiarity is enjoyable. Love the recurring characters and the entertwining of new ones. Lots of great sex , but lots of love enduring. Has been a good read.
The story of two of my favorite characters continues.
I absolutely love this series. It is by far the most interesting and I adore the characters. I have such a crush on Ali Tremont!!
Radclyffe keeps surprising even in the 6th book in the series. Some moments kept me breathless. Excited and scared to read the book 7th!