Returning Tides

Returning Tides In the aftermath of a devastating natural disaster Reese Conlon and Tory King deal with the challenges of a community in turmoil while insurance investigator Ashley Walker faces than a dangerous oppo

  • Title: Returning Tides
  • Author: Radclyffe
  • ISBN: 9781602821231
  • Page: 444
  • Format: Paperback
  • In the aftermath of a devastating natural disaster, Reese Conlon and Tory King deal with the challenges of a community in turmoil while insurance investigator Ashley Walker faces than a dangerous opponent when she returns to the town, and the woman, she left behind.

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    1. ExcellentRadclyffe has the ability to put you right in the middle of her stories. You actually feel like you are part of the community. Living, breathing the characters lives with them. In this one Radclyffe manages to wrap up a few on going storylines. But also creates a few more. Bri's attacker from book one reappears and is apprehended. Reese's spell in combat although not completely, but certainly well on the way to recovery. Tory and Reese want another baby. I'm looking forward to that :). [...]

    2. HOLY SHIT BALLS!By far the best in this series absolutely fantastic. The story was spot on, it keeps pulling you back to the book. The characters seem to grow and become stronger, and I love how they seem to connect with one another. The town is ran by a bunch of lesbians, not very realistic but still a great read.

    3. This book was so unrealistic. Every top position in this town is held by a beautiful lesbian. Where is this place and why am I not there. Maybe I should've started at the beginning but unrealisitic I doubt it was believable in the beginning either. I don't think I'll read anymore RadclyffeA little disappointed.

    4. The mystery part was fairly predictable, as expected from the first book of hers I read, but I liked these characters a lot more, and there was a lot of hot sex happening in P'town!(Do you see what is happening in my life right now? Law school has destroyed my brain and all I can read are trashy vampire and not-as-trashy lesbian romance mysteries.)

    5. My initial criticism of this book was that it seemed to idealistic. Where in the U.S. are you going to find a town full of lesbians running the entire town? But I confess I got over that really quickly. The mystery of who is stalking this group of friends supersedes my initial inability to suspend my disbelief. I loved the emotional conflicts and the intensity of love between the 4 different lesbian couples. I won't say that this book is in anyway extraordinary but for me it's the first queer no [...]

    6. In order to provide the villain for this book, Radclyffe had to retcon something from a previous book in the series. It's lazy writing and frustrating for readers.

    7. This book shows the main characters growing and learning to deal with life as it is. Tory feels time passing, and wants to have another child, while Reese is afraid of losing her in another pregnancy. Other loose ends are tidied, and possible futures hinted. I can't wait to see another chapter in this story. Tory and Reese, Bri, Caroline, Nita, and Allie and Ash all seem like friends after following their adventures in 6 books now.

    8. I've not read the rest of the Provincetown books by Radclyffe but I found that didn't matter, I could still follow the story. Like most of Radclyffe's books this is a romance, with some very hot love scenes, but so much more, with a dark undercurrent of tension to keep the pages turning. Perfect relaxing reading.

    9. Great seriesI have really enjoyed this series. Of course, it's Provincetown so that familiarity is enjoyable. Love the recurring characters and the entertwining of new ones. Lots of great sex , but lots of love enduring. Has been a good read.

    10. I absolutely love this series. It is by far the most interesting and I adore the characters. I have such a crush on Ali Tremont!!

    11. Radclyffe keeps surprising even in the 6th book in the series. Some moments kept me breathless. Excited and scared to read the book 7th!

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