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.
- Tylis "Say something about yourself!"
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.