A devastating hurricane brings insurance investigator Ashley Walker back to Provincetown, the last place she wants to be. Not only must she deal with the dangerous consequences of the natural disaster, she has to fight her soul-shattering need for the woman she left behind. While Reese Conlon and Tory King deal with the challenges of a community in turmoil, a new threat emerges that proves to be even more deadly than the ravaging storm. A silent killer stalks the night, drawing ever closer to the one woman he believes to be his. Soon, no woman is safe, including Tory. The sixth in the Lambda Literary Award-winning Provincetown Tales.
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"Not As Good As The Others"
Yes, I love Nicol Zanzarella's narration.
The stalker/killer would have been someone different
Allie Tremont, without a doubt. Nicol Zanzarella does an amazing job with her voice.
I was a little disappointed in this installment of the Provincetown tales. Too predictable and I had trouble with who the stalker/killer turned out to be. Wasn't much of a surprise there. I also thought that a little more time could have been spent on Allie and Ash. Especially when you consider the way Ash left Allie. Over all good just not as good as the others.
"It's Radclyffe...What's Not to Like"
Women falling in love!
I don't have a favorite. The author has a way of making the leading couples heroines.
Listening to Nicol is effortless. She doesn't take anything away from the book, in fact, she gives it life.
Yes. If I had the time, I would listen to the entire series in one sitting.
For me, these books equate to the Harlequin romance novels women read when I was growing up. Provides a great escape from the mundane.
"Radclyffe continues to amazes with her P-Town Tell"
.Yes, the continuing tells of the small town of P-Town are so exciting. You have Tory and Reese who is trying to solve the murder of an FBI agent in her town without the help of the FBI who are being jerks about helping out. And she has the help of Carter Wayne who has joined the P-town police. So Carter and Rita are back. So is Carolina and Bree. And Ashley and Alley seem to final work things out but it takes them a lot of work to do it. And some hot bedroom scenes. Which is Radclyffe's bread and butter highlights of all her books. But there is also lots of plot and tenderness, and love. And a nice mystery throw in to keep you guess until the end.
Carter Wayne is my favor character in this behind Reese of coarse. It's hard to beat Tory and Reese out for favorite. That just goes without saying but I like the depth Radclyffe gave Carter in this book along with Ashley Walker. Both women were given a lot of depth and rounded out in this book.
Yes I have listen to all the P-Town tells that she has recorded so far and I love them. The way she does the voices and accents of the character is super awesome. She is great and I can't wait to hear her on Sheltering Dunes the next book in the series which I just purchase and haven't listened to yet,
I wish I had the time to just sit and listen to it in one sitting but as it is I don't have the time. I listen to audio book just before I go to sleep at night. And back the tape up to were I fell a sleep the night before and then listen from there. I do get through the whole book that way. But I also normally buy books that I have already read. I just like hearing the story again. I enjoy Radclyffe the most,
This is one of the best of the P-town series and as you listen you grow to love the woman in the story but please start with book one in the series Safe Harbor..
Yes, because I have a lot of Rad's books and have read them at least twice, so yes I would.
Listening to my girls kicking butt.
Hmmm good question. I would have to think on it. I wish it was a film.
I am happy they finally put these books on audio, my eyes aren't what they use to be.
I read the series first and then went back to listen to the books. The reader is awesome and the sexy scenes are steamy!
"drama returns - major book in Provincetown Tales"
This book in the Provicetown tale is full of dramatic evens and is as much a police crime drama as a romance, with two felons at large. Reese back from Iraq, gets a grip on things, and is more balanced, she saves the day in the end (as we should expect by now), a old relationship and heartbreak is resolved and is a great romance story. A lot in this one reminds me of one of the best Honor services novels, so 5 stars.
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