All medevac helicopter pilot Jett McNally wants to do is fly and forget about the horror and heartbreak she left behind in the Middle East, but anesthesiologist Tristan Holmes has other plans.
When Jett comes home from the war and destruction in the Middle East, flying and the adrenaline rush of a crisis are the only things that make her happy, and she volunteers to fly night call, where all the action is, whenever she can. So maybe once in a while she takes a few chances. Hey, that's life, right?
Dr. Tristan Holmes is an expert at two things - high-risk anesthesia and pleasing women. Tristan gave up expecting anything other than a good time from the women in her life long time ago, and casual relationships are the perfect prescription for stress release. She doesn't do relationships, so she can't quite understand why it bothers her when Jett makes it clear she doesn't want one.
High-stakes medical drama, life on the edge, and love in the fast lane - it's all just routine for Night Call.
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Depth of Storyline just not there for me like other Radclyffe books. Seems like every other breath they were having gratuitous sex that was kind of lame to boot.
I liked the fact that Honor and Quinn were in this book but again weak story.
Nice to have a new narrator.
if you are new to the genre you may enjoy this book more than I did or maybe if you are just not me, which you probably are not. :)
I liked this story as it seemed Radcliffe wrote it a bit differently than all the other books! I rally appreciate her insight into the military and this book is with reading as it is truly one of her best!
It was okay, not as good as some of the Honor series stories. The actor portraying the voices made the main character sound how I imagine Eeyore sounds.
The story itself was uninteresting.
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