The fifth in the saga of the Provincetown Tales. The winds of fortune are fickle guides…and happiness or heartbreak may be the destination. For Provincetown local Deo Camara, the only winds that have ever blown her way have been cold and lonely, and she doesn't expect things to improve when she is drawn into a family crisis against her will. Despite a decade of estrangement, however, Deo can't turn her back on the call of blood, no matter how high the price in heartache.
Dr. Bonita Burgoyne is pleased with the changes she's made in her life…she has a rewarding new job and is looking forward to renovating the historic sea captain's house she has just purchased. She's content, and that's all she needs to be, or so she thinks until she hires Deo to head up the renovations. They have nothing in common except a shared legacy of betrayal by those they'd trusted the most, and an impossible attraction they would both prefer to ignore.
Meanwhile, Bonita's new associate Dr. Tory King and her partner, Reese Conlon, must cero with the aftermath of the winds of war and the approaching fury of a very real gathering storm.
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Dr. Bonita Burgoyne. I love her back story and the fact that out of all the Radclyffe books that I've read, Nita is the only woman of color that was featured as one of the main characters.
The emotions she puts behind the words.
Bonita Burgoyne for the same reasons that she's my favorite character.
In this version of the Provincetown saga, the violence comes not from human nature, but mother nature. The romance or should I say sexual attraction between Nita and Dao was nothing short than smoking hot. As always, the story was captivating and the supporting cast was as good as ever. Reese and Tori's love is still going strong as well as Bri and Carre. Allie is still the hottest cop in Provincetown. I'm so looking forward to finishing the series. As before, highly recommend.
As she continues the P-town series we get to know Tory and Reese better and Now she throws Tory's new partner Nina and Deo to fill out the residence of P-Town. Bree, Carolina and Ashley are along for the ride, So what's not to love. Even Sheriff Parker has a big bit of drama in this book. There is very little not to love about it. It is a Payton Place for lesbian with much nicer people.
I always love Tory and Reese best in the P-Town stories even though most of the book is about Nina and Deo, I still love Tory and Reese and am glad she is back from the war though I know the scars will stay with Reese for a long time.
She has done all the P-town Book so far and they are all great, her voice really brings all the characters to life. I like the way she does the different voices and accents. Her reading really are the best,
I think I would take Ashley she seems so nice and near seems to end up with a girlfriend just friends who are girls. And she sounds like she would be fun, kind caring and interesting Besides every one else is in a couple.
I think Radclyffe and her P-town tells are just awesome as is everything she writes. I am glad to see you have recorded book 6 and another of her books. As well as starting to record her Justice series. Along with her Honor series all of which are awesome books.
"great addition to the series"
A lot of this story from the Provincetown series is set around two new female characters. A new doctor who joined to assist Tory (with a haunting relationship issue from the past) and owner of a small local construction company. Its good to introduce new characters and relationships in the series. Nelson has a heart attack and Bree and Caroline continue their infatuation with each other. Reese saves the day again (of course). Its a good story, and the new characters are interesting, however Deo (the construction worker) - reminds me a lot of firefighter Beau Cross from Radclyfe's Trama Alert. In anycase, it kept me interested in the story, the narrator Nicol Zanzarella is exceptional. Anyone reading or listening to this who does not know Radclyffe or this series, should start with the first book (although each book can be read independently). Not the best in the series so far, but up there.
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