Audio Book Review: Distant Shores, Silent Thunder (Provincetown Tales book 3) by Radclyffe

Release Date: February 24, 2014
Publisher: Audible Studios
Format: Audio
Length: 11 hours 7 minutes
Narrator: Nicol Zanzarella
Genre: lgbt fiction
Buy: Audible | Kindle 


No matter how much we plan, life - and people - have a way of surprising us. For Doctor KT O'Bannon, a near-fatal tragedy derails a career and disrupts everything she thought she knew about herself and her future. Battered and nearly broken, she turns for solace to the one woman who knows her best, her ex-lover Doctor Tory King. Their unexpected reunion in Provincetown uncovers old wounds, forges new bonds, and awakens long-buried passions. While Tory's lover Sheriff Reese Conlon struggles to uncover a deadly drug ring and Officer Bri Parker navigates the torturous path between friendship and desire, Tory and KT - and those who love them - are forced to examine the boundaries of love, friendship, and the ties that transcend time.


Tory's ex lover KT moves to town after an attack in the trauma unit leaves her unable to operate and not sure of her future. KT hopes that Tory can forgive her and give her a job, make her feel useful again. Tory is torn between not trusting KT and wanting her to pay for the pain she had caused her in the past. Reese stands back letting Tory work out her feelings but reassuring Tory that she is there for her however she needs her to be. KT starts PT on her hand and falls hard for the lovely hand therapist whose whole family seems to be everyone in this small town.

This was a good installment of this series.  I really like how the characters are evolving from one book to the next. Hot steamy romance.