Saxon Sinclair, the broodingly secretive Chief of Trauma at a busy Manhattan hospital is less than pleased to learn that her new resident is going to be the subject of a documentary film. The arrival of Jude Castle, a fiery independent filmmaker, soon sets sparks flying as the two driven women clash both personally and professionally. Both have secrets they have spent a lifetime guarding, and both have chosen careers over love. Forced together on the battleground between life and death, passion strikes without warning, and they find themselves struggling with both desire and destiny.
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Radclyffe At Her Best
Good, passionate, sexy
Fated Love and Crosswords comes to mind. Like those stories, Passion deals with a highly talented surgeon who has to overcome personal issues for the sake of love. In Saxon's case, it's an overactive nervous system and a past that she likes to stay in the past.
Dr. Saxon Sinclair. Coleen Marlo did a fantastic job with the character.
Neither. It was just a very good medical romance.
I was introduced to Saxon Sinclair at the end of Fated Love and was intrigued by the character. Passion didn't disappoint. Coleen Marlo's voice added so much to the characters Saxon and Jude as well as Maddie, Saxon's grandmother. I read the hard copy but the audio gave me something more.
Radclyffe got me hooked on book 1!
I very much enjoyed this audio book especially because I am used to reading and listening to more urban lesbian novels and this kept me engaged especially with the hospital setting because I loveeee Greys Anatomy! So it kind of reminded me of that.
I liked that two people like Saxon and Jude who have somewhat the some similarities balanced each other out. They got each other although they had completely different careers its like they got each other.
I enjoyed when they first got together and all the scenes thereafter, its like the passion and fire the two had for one another just jumped out of the book. My favorite scene would be when Jude came looking for Saxon at her grandmother's house and told her how she felt.
I would probably take Mel out because she seemed like a good time but she also had a promising career.
I have already gotten Fated Love and will be starting tomorrow. I hope it is as good if not better than the first book I read by Radclyffe.