Storms of Change

Storms of ChangeAmidst War Abroad And Upheaval At Home, Reese Conlon And Tory King Face Their Gravest Challenge To Their Life Together Can Love And Passion Survive The Unforgiving Storms Of Change In The Continuing Saga Of The Provincetown Tales, Reese Conlon S Obligations To Family And Country Are Put To The Test As War Engulfs The Middle East, While Her Partner Tory King Must Chose Between Her Career And Motherhood When Her Family Is Disrupted While Friends And Family Struggle With The Fears And Uncertainties Of A World In Strife, The Small Seaside Town Is Rocked By A Series Of Crimes That Suggest Newly Arrived Real Estate Entrepreneur, Ricarda Grechi, May Have Connections To Than Just The Business World State Police Detective Carter Wayne Intends To Find Out Hmmm, not one of my favorites I knew this book would be difficult With Reese going off to war, and Tory left alone to cope with being a single parent, I was left feeling bereft The satellite romance, well I just couldn t get into it It seemed as if it was superfluous to the main story I love Reese, but I hate that she left Tory alone, and I really hated that Tory felt she couldn t share how she felt with Reese The ending was great, but then, I wonder what sort of aftermath Reese might be left dealing with after her ordeal The book was well written, of course, and I had to read it, but was not happy about it in the end. This series keeps getting better and better Radclyffe the queen AwesomeRadclyffe isn t afraid to confront issues that many prefer to ignore She handles controversial issues with compassion and sensitivity War that is not on our home soil is hard to imagine, and probably ignored by the majority Unless of course you are directly affected by being there or having a loved one directly in harm s way My nephew is one of those who puts himself in harm s way and I am very proud of him This book tackles not only the issue of defending one s country but also questions why It s a great story, one which I m sure I ll read again Radclyffe also tackles organized crime Does family automatically make you guilty You need to read this book, it s exceptional in the topics but also it s a great story and the characters are very realistic Loved it Now I m off to read the next instalment, however I m at a loss how Radclyffe can top this one. Fantastic series with wonderful, interesting and different characters Some main characters are leading through all the books, some have less presence and some will come back again Radclyffe is an extraordinary storyteller And she doesn t shy away from difficult themes like war and the problems they involve for the people after returning home.Highly recommended series, my rating 5 stars

Radclyffe has written over forty five romance and romantic intrigue novels, dozens of short stories, and, writing as L.L Raand, has authored a paranormal romance series, The Midnight Hunters She has also edited Best Lesbian Romance 2009 through 2015 as well as multiple other anthologies She is an eight time Lambda Literary Award finalist in romance, mystery, and erotica winning in both romance

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  • Paperback
  • 224 pages
  • Storms of Change
  • Radclyffe
  • English
  • 15 October 2017
  • 9781933110578

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