The lives of two women and the community that shelters them shatter in a single night of violence.
Ex-gang member Mica Butler is running from a past that just may kill her if she's ever caught. Paramedic and ordained priest Flynn Edwards struggles to recover her faith in herself and find absolution for her greatest failure. Sheriff Reese Conlon fights to embrace the joy of new life while a dark threat bears down on her partner, Doctor Tory King.In one explosive night, the destines of all involved change forever as a man with nothing to lose threatens to take anyone in his path with him to the grave.
Seventh in the award-winning Provincetown Tales.
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I love audio books and listening to them while I draw or paint. They help to level me and take away the stress while drawing.
A lot of drama and emotion in this book of the Provincetown series. The main characters take a backseat to a degree with a new character, Mica Butler and paramedic Flynn Edwards dominating the story. Mica is a runaway from a mafia gang, and Flynn a troubled ex-priest but now paramedic. Mica has an accident and Flynn comes to her aid. I really liked this book in the series. I suspect it is my favorite, for the reason that the story line is very dramatic crime story and heart spun romance. Radclyffe excels in this addition to bring out danger, and love, an conflict. Drawn out more in this story is the inner turmor with a strong view that everyone in the end makes their own choices. When I listened to this bit it may me wonder, where is my choice, and why cant I choose, some people are trapped by themselves, and is not a foreign concept that some might actually need help from someone else to change. Note I marked down the Performance, but this is not due the narrator Nicol Zanzarella (I think its interesting that the narrators actually become so much part of the story, like an actor in a film), but there are a few drop outs in the audio and level changes. Not many, but I marked it down to remind audible to listen to their own products and improve quality. I recommend this novel a lot.
"Radclafee Times Seven Gets better each time!"
Top of the list! First it's Radclyffe at her very best. Second it's book 7 in the P-town tales and each book has gotten better than the one before it. I love learning more about this town and now she has crossed the P-town series with her Justice series and brought in Dillion Mitchell to P-town. How much better can you get than that!
Man that's a hard one, without comparing them to other Radclyffe books, There is a 1960's book called The Group. (Barbara Walter's I think was in the movie version along with Candice Bergmin) and that's not even close. Maybe Stoner MacTavish only in how the writer deals with mystery and people but again that's way off. I am trying to think of a book that has a people driven story with cops, a mystery yet is more about the quirky people and there love life's. No can't do it.
All 7 of them now, She is awesome. Love how she does Tory and Reese's voices. And Parkers and I love all Radclyffe's world From Carter Wayne to Dillion Mitchell and How Nicol make's them all sound different! A+
It was Awesome! Of coarse I had read the book before but listening to it made it come alive. I was on my sit when Ally didn't get to Flynn and Marie in time after she has a bad feeling. You want her to save the day but then...
It's just awesome but first start with Safe Harbor and work up to this book. By the time you get to Dunes you will be crazy with love for Tory Reese and the rest of the town,
"Lustful, Love, and Romance."
Allie, because she sounds so fine, and smart.
I did. Snowed in.
Wish it was a film. Heck they made movies of the bakery chick, and Brook Shields plays a flower lady solving murders. Rad would do much better with her books. Think about it Rad, or have you already did?
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