Amidst war abroad and upheaval at home, Reese Conlon and Tory King face their gravest challenge to their life together. Can love and passion survive the unforgiving storms of change? In the continuing saga of the Provincetown Tales, Reese Conlon’s obligations to family and country are put to the test as war engulfs the Middle East, while her partner Tory King must chose between her career and motherhood when her family is disrupted. While friends and family struggle with the fears and uncertainties of a world in strife, the small seaside town is rocked by a series of crimes that suggest newly arrived real estate entrepreneur, Ricarda Grechi, may have connections to more than just the business world. State Police Detective Carter Wayne intends to find out.
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Yes I would. But I would also recommend that my friend start from book one and work they're way up. This is one of the few series that each book is as good as the last.
In this one, it was Tory. Seeing what she had to go through while Reese was in the middle east was heartbreaking.
When Tory met Reese's father for the first time. That was so cool.
General Colon, cause up to that point he was only a name.
Just like the first three, Storms Of Change is well written and well narrated. Once again, Nicol Zanzarella did another masterful job. Reese was called to war and her wife Tory was left with their daughter and a lot of 'what if's'. Meanwhile, Carter Wayne is undercover in the hopes of getting evidence against reputed mob boss, Alfonse Pareto but ends up falling in love with his daughter, Rica who has her own problems with a crazy cousin who thinks that she's his. Highly recommended.
AWESOME, AWESOME, AWESOME, The continuing story of Reese and Tory along with Bree and Caroline is moving but throw in Carter and Rita and you have a great new mix again the background of war and Reese being caught with her unit mobilized. So many returning characters who's life's we have come to love. It is a highly moving book.
Maybe Melissa Good Dar and Kerry novels Tropical Storm series and well you would have to be half as hooked on them as you are on Radclyffe's P-town series to get half the fun out of them. Radclyffe really sell's you on all the people in the story and makes them feel like long lost friends. Only other author I know who comes close is Good and only by half and she is not always written as well as Radcyclffe.
I have been listening to her perform on the P-town book out on audio and so far she hasn't missed a step. She really does all the voices of each character so you know who is speaking and who is thinking. It is a wonderful performance on all 4 audio books.
Moffia princess and state police woman stand against both sides to find love when it seems that every where they turn the world is out for blood. Meanwhile a small town Deputy Sheriff and her wife the town Doctor are almost torn apart by the wages of war when The Deputy/Marine Colonel goes missing behind enemy lines after an attack. The clock is ticking on both couples. Can fate or love save them?
It was an exciting book as all of Radclyffe's books are. They leave you wanting more. I just bought book 5 in the series hopeful it will be just as hot.
"Provincetown is not so dangereous"
Continues story in Provincetown, but story is more about emotions of Reese going to Iraq. There are two new characters which dominate the story and a romance, between daughter of mafia boss Ricarda, and police detective, Carter, which works well and is interesting. Its not as dramatic or emotional as other stories for me anyway, so gave it three for the story.
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