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Summary

Army National Guard Colonel Sawyer Kincaid has served her time dueling with death in the deserts of Africa. Now that she's home, the only sand she wants to see is on the beach in South Florida. Too bad Tropical Storm Leo, swiftly gaining strength out over the Atlantic, is about to draw her in to another life or death war, this time on home soil. Dr. Dara Sims has too many critical patients in the intensive care units at Miami Memorial to consider evacuation, no matter how determined the battle-hardened colonel is to make her. As far as Dara is concerned, evacuate is just another word for abandon. When a state of emergency becomes a state of siege waged by Leo, all she can do is hope the rising waters relent before she loses everyone, herself included. A First Responders Romance.

©2018 Radclyffe (P)2018 Bold Strokes Books, Inc

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  • Angela Thomas
  • 23-03-18

Good story but horrible narrative. Hard to listen

Good story but HORRIBLE narrative. Very difficult to listen when her lisp was so bad.

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  • Carroll A. Reynolds
  • 15-07-18

Advanced military women, NCO or officer, are strong capable leaders

Advanced military women, NCO or officer, are strong capable leaders, and can find it difficult to find someone who has the same strength combined with the understanding of the military job. Radclyffe developed the Colonel, Doctor, and reporter with similar inherent capabilities and strengths. Each uses that strength to accomplish their mission. It doesn’t take long to see which will be the the ultimate heroines. My only wish is that Radclyffe would continue their story in a future book or two.

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  • Desmond Clark
  • 09-06-18

Blow Me Down

Another Radcliffe gem! I mean when Radcliffe writes it’s like right out of a movie or something! I loved the story and characters! As usual I always learn a lot with Radcliffe — never knew the preparation it takes when a hurricane is spotted and all the work soldiers and hospital staff must do! The love growing between the characters were spot on and believable! Sexy as usual — I loved it!! Also I loved the reader as well — sign — now that I have finished this book — I have to wait for another! Love the first responders series — as I said before Radcliffe is a writing ass! Keep then coming!! I never tire of Radcliffe!!

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  • Meredith
  • 24-03-18

Couldn’t stop

I like when Rad writes adventure, and this one falls into that category. It’s all about anticipation of landfall alongside the romance. And it doesn’t use the trope of being trapped at death’s door and clinging to each other to feel alive. That was such a refreshing surprise. The setting provides the drama and the story, and the romance is more organic and normal. I truly enjoyed this one.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 24-03-18

Great Story

Another great story in the 1st responders series. Definately worth listening to. Radclyffe doesn't disappoint and the narrator was pretty good too.

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  • Tex
  • 17-03-18

Awesome Book

Another great book by Radcyffe, another great first responder book. Hopefully there will be more of this series

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  • Lisa
  • 31-07-18

Couldn't get past the first 10 minutes

I have a lot of Radclyffe books, and enjoy (almost) all of them. But, this narrator is so stilted that I had to stop listening. I will never purchase a book read by this narrator again. Can't comment on the story -- never got that far.

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  • Shannon
  • 29-06-18

Narrator - computer with a lisp?

I love Radclyffe and I am sorry to be so blunt, about the narrator but it is true. I had to make sure my phone wasn’t malfunction first and came to realize it was actually a person with a lisp reading. I at times thought truly this is a new computer voice that they are trying out and they gave it a lisp. I prefer her prior narrators and it would have made the audible more palatable for sure. It seemed to take forever for me to get through it as it was just frustrating to listen to at times.

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  • Moe
  • 12-06-18

Terrible narration

I’ll keep this quick....Audible hired a voice actor with a lisp to record an audiobook.

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  • Kristie Lynne Place
  • 06-06-18

This Narrator Though...

Using a narrator with a lisp makes the entire book difficult to listen to. Why hasn't anyone told this woman she's in the wrong line of work? Radclyffe books deserve better.