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Love on Call

By: Radclyffe
Narrated by: Paige McKinney
Series: Rivers Family Romance, Book 3
Length: 7 hrs and 29 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (12 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Some people work to pay the bills or send the kids to school or afford playtime. Ex-army medic physician assistant Glenn Archer works, as much as she possibly can, to atone for all the lost lives on her conscience. No matter how many patients she helps save at the Rivers Community Hospital, it will never be enough, but it helps her look at herself in the mirror in the morning. Mariana Mateo needs to make a new life, one without the daily reminders of all she's lost and far away from the suffocating sympathies of her well-meaning family, and moving to a place as different as possible from the bustling LA she grew up in seems like a good idea. A cousin she didn't know she had is the only person who knows her in the tiny upstate New York farming community, and that's just the way she wants it. When working side by side with Glenn Archer in the ER makes Mari remember what desire feels like, Mari determines to ignore the feelings, which isn't all that difficult since Glenn is as unapproachable as the beautiful but remote mountains.

A Rivers Community novel.

©2016 Radclyffe (P)2016 Bold Strokes Books Inc

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Disappointing.......

I really wish the narration was consistent through out a series. I struggled with the narrators take on Marie's voice. The sex scenes between Glenn and Maree were robotic and off putting. Very disappointing. I won't be buying the next book in the series if it has the same narrator.

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  • Margaret
  • 12-02-2017

Excellent!

Love on Call is another hit from Radclyffe. I had already read it. But I always enjoy the Audible version. Excellent continuation of life at Rivers Community Hospital. Paige McKinney did an excellent job with the narration. BUT we miss AbbyCraden.

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  • Aracelis
  • 27-11-2016

Radclyffe never fails...

Once again Radclyffe nails it! Sweet story. I don't think the narrator did the book justice. Would have been far more enjoyable if Abbey Craden or Nicole Zansiralla was the narrator.

Overall this was a great continuation of the Rivers's Family saga. Radclyffe really makes you connect with the characters so quickly that it's impossible not to want to continue reading and discover what's happening in this now extended family of mine. Hahaha.

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  • Heather Dodge
  • 22-07-2017

Love the Rivers family

Small town Americana with no small minded characters. Always look forward to Radclyffe's books! The narration was good too.

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  • Kris
  • 09-07-2017

Great story.

This book was a nice addition to the Rivers series. The characters were all loveable, and the reader would have no problem connecting with them. i was slightly disappointed to finally have a Latina lead character and the narrator couldnt give her a proper ascent .
This was a really light romance with very little drama. when there was a small issue the characters cleared it up quick.
This was very enjoyable.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 24-12-2016

narration not good

enjoyed the story , but the narration was very tough to get through. Facebook would probably be a good read but I wouldn't listen to it again

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 10-12-2016

Disappointing

The narrator is basically ruin any chance to enjoy this book. All characters sound the same and by the same I mean forced and lack of emotion.

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  • Meredith
  • 29-11-2016

Love the Rivers

Narration is iffy through the first three quarters of the book, but story is strong enough to carry the performance. Getting updates on all the peripheral characters is such a treat. Can't wait for the next installment.

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  • TeeJaiP
  • 06-07-2019

Enjoyed the story but not the change of narrator

I started listening to this series from Book 1 and was all in, however, with someone different narrating this book, I was thrown off throughout the entire book! Abbey sounded husky which confused me with the old Flan who now sounded like the old Carrie and Harper sounded like the old Abbey. Mauri's voice was annoying (sorry). Not my favorite narrator so after I complete this series I'll have to pay closer attention before starting a new one. I've learned changing narrators mid-series isn't for me.

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  • jeanne LeFevre
  • 17-06-2019

Poor narration

I didnt enjoy the narrator's depiction of the characters as it was oddly upbeat at odd moments

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  • Jenny O
  • 01-06-2019

What the hell producers?!

Another great Radclyffe book. I really like the series rather than the one off stories. More characters and character growth is nice. The narrator did a great job too. My problem is with continuity, particularly Flanery and Harper’s voices. They are described as deeper/husky and previous narrators did as described. This narrator had Flanery’s voice at such a high pitch it kind of ruins part of this for me. I blame the producers/editors. What is your job if not to ensure continuity in a series, especially if you do not use the same narrator through out?!

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  • Pink
  • 26-12-2016

Damaged iris in my eye so I listened to this book

Excellent book and so well read I'm probably listen to it again soon too as I enjoyed it so much

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  • wends
  • 08-05-2019

Good story but...

I enjoyed the story but this is the third book in the series with the third different narrator. I would enjoy the series more with the same narrator all the way through.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 27-07-2018

Hard work to finish

Bland narration, painfully slow plot development. The narrator sounded bored most of the time, poor character distinction, meant characters were hard to follow or even invest in.