Reese Conlon’s much anticipated family leave is only two weeks away, and nothing is going to stand in the way of her being at her wife’s side for the upcoming birth—not even the summer crowds in Provincetown, a new rookie cop with a hero complex, and a cruise ship at anchor in the harbor with a reported outbreak of a mysterious illness.
Andy Champlain might be a rookie cop, but she was raised by a family of cops, and she’s ready to take on any challenge, if she only gets the chance. With a disaster brewing in Provincetown Harbor, a journalist who’ll do anything for a story, and sexy summer PA, Laurel Winter, at the local clinic, she’s about to have all the excitement she can handle.
Before long, Reese, Tory, Laurel, and Andy are caught up in the gathering storms of an epidemic that could threaten all their lives.
Like coming home
I have loved all the books in this series and was thrilled for another one! Great read and interesting take on a good response to a virus outbreak.
I have previously never read any of the Providenicetown Tales from Radclyffe, but I don’t feel like I was at a loss at all about the subject matter. Set in the summer in a coastal vacation destination, two people fall in love while fighting to keep an unknown virus from spreading. Apropos to the present, for sure. The story progressed quickly. Although I was was definitely absorbed in the plot, there wasn’t a lot of depth in the relationship or the back story. It just didn’t come together for me.