Audio Book Review: Storms of Change (Provincetown Tales Book 4) by Radclyffe

Release Date: February 28, 2014
Publisher: Audible Studios
Format: Audio
Length: 10 hours 25 minutes
Narrator: Nicol Zanzarella
Genre: lgbt fiction, romance
Buy: Audible | Kindle 


Amidst war abroad and upheaval at home, Reese Conlon and Tory King face their gravest challenge to their life together. Can love and passion survive the unforgiving storms of change? In the continuing saga of the Provincetown Tales, Reese Conlon’s obligations to family and country are put to the test as war engulfs the Middle East, while her partner Tory King must chose between her career and motherhood when her family is disrupted. While friends and family struggle with the fears and uncertainties of a world in strife, the small seaside town is rocked by a series of crimes that suggest newly arrived real estate entrepreneur, Ricarda Grechi, may have connections to more than just the business world. State Police Detective Carter Wayne intends to find out.


I struggled through this book.  I think I like Reese a bit too much because I felt almost as bereft as Tory at the thought of Reese going to war. Even when she returns Reese is changed and Tory struggles with what to do. Meanwhile Rica the daughter of a mob boss comes to town to escape her father and open an art gallery. Carter Wayne is undercover to seduce Rica and find out how much she may know or be involved with her fathers organization but Carters heart starts to get in the way of this being only a job.

Despite the heartache of Reese being gone the other characters really stepped up and made this a good book. The romance between Rica and Carter is complicated but super hot. Great romance but I wouldn't call this a stand alone book.