Audio Book Review: Safe Harbor by Radclyffe

Release Date: October 29, 2013
Publisher: Audible Studios
Format: Audio
Length: 8 hours 14 minutes
Narrator: Nicol Zanzarella
Genre: lgbt fiction
Buy: Audible | Kindle 


A mysterious newcomer, a reclusive doctor, and a troubled gay teenager learn about love, friendship, and trust during one tumultuous summer in Provincetown. Reese Conlon, Lt Col USMCR, is the new sheriff who has heads turning amidst speculation as to who will be the first woman to capture her attentions. Doctor Victoria King has been betrayed by love once and refuses to risk heartbreak again. Brianna Parker, the teenage daughter of Reese's chief, fears her father's wrath when he learns that she loves another girl. As these three women struggle to live and love in freedom, they risk their hearts and souls to give one another a safe harbor.


I couldn't resist reading this. There is no place like P-town (Provincetown) in summer. Reese is all business, she seems oblivious to the longing looks of the women in town as she patrols, but there is something about Dr. Victoria King that draws her in. Reese has never had a relationship, she isn't even sure she is gay but she feels a pull every time the doctor is near her. Dr. King is leery of the new deputy sheriff. She has been burned before and with Reese's good looks she is either a player or may even be straight, either way Dr. King can't trust herself around her. She knows if she gives in Reese could break her heart.

This is a nice love story with a gay bashing mystery that gets resolved a little too quickly. Good lesbian romance novel with sexy love scenes and passion set in the biggest gay tourist town. If you've been to P-town you will recognize the settings, the tea dances and can put yourself in the story which is always fun.