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For lesbians in Provincetown, seductive Sable is more than just a bedroom voice on late-night radio. Through her talk show, Nightlight, she is a fun, anonymous friend and confidante, until one mysterious caller attracts her attention. Behind Sable’s “mask,” Murphy Callahan allows herself to enjoy the no-strings radio relationship - she’s mourned the death of her partner for three years - and ignores the growing attachment as their very public conversations push permissible limits.  

But when local tradeswoman Riley Burke enters her life, Murphy faces a difficult choice: continue the safe “night voice” fantasy or risk the reality of falling in love. If only she could have both…

©2017 CF Frizzell (P)2018 BOLD STROKES BOOKS INC

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Great story

This was a great story. My first from this author. A lot of life lessons, good humor and deep connections.
KUDOS to the author and narrator.

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good story, better narration

I really enjoyed the story. Razor was cracking me up every time she spoke. I enjoyed the mystery of Riley not knowing. But, I kept rooting for Murphy to tell her before she finds out. The only thing I didn't like was the abrupt ending. Authors should always do an epilogue. Besides, fans love an enjoyable happy conclusion!

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I love this book!

I read the print version a couple years back and enjoyed it alot. The audio did not disappoint one but. AJ Ferraro has a great voice and she did the characters justice throughout! Highly recommended!

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just wow

This book is a sexy slow burn you'll want to listen to more than once. Masterfully written, it's a sweet yet erotic slow dance that proves less can be more.

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Excellent!

I loved Night Voice. I had already read the book, but the audio edition is excellent. AJ Ferraro does a great job with the narration. It was great seeing behind the scenes at a radio station.

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Is it Just Me?

For the first few chapters of this book I was loving it. First there was 'Sable;' a local Provincetown version of Delilah. Her contract stipulates that she maintain her anonymity so she has a cover story she uses and an internet business that helps to maintain it.
Then she suddenly draws a blank when asked a question by a woman she's interested in; at that point she begins to throw out ridiculous stories that will inevitably be revealed as crap. In other words the book suddenly turns into a television sitcom and smart human beings who obviously know better make mistakes below the level of high school kids; okay maybe smart high school kids. If these things don't bother you, you will most likely find this work of fiction to be an excellent listen. Oh, about the not being bothered by these sort of holes in the story, could you tell me how you do it?