Radclyffe’s books run like clockwork—and that’s a good thing.
When I want to escape into a world of successful, driven women with not enough time or emotional availability for love, who just somehow find a way to each other, this is where to turn.
The friction, delay, and tender first kiss between Wynter and Pearce in "Turn Back Time" really pay off; and the hospital scenes are riveting.
With Radclyffe, you know what you’re getting, a satisfying clicking into place of the plot’s gears and cogs, and a sure diversion.
So you can’t decide between the doctor and the firefighter? Take them both.
In the trauma center of the hospital emotions are suppressed while lives are at stake, but the driven, uptight doctor and the hunky, butch firefighter are clearly attracted to each other, even as they drive each other crazy.
“Trauma Alert” is everything I love from Radclyffe: tension, admirable women, and romantic pay-off.
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