Audio Book Review: Sheltering Dunes (Provincetown book 7) by Radclyffe
Release Date: April 23, 2014
Publisher: Audible Studios
Length: 9 hours 38 minutes
Narrator: Nicol Zanzarella
Genre: lgbt fiction, romance
Buy: Audible | Kindle
The lives of two women and the community that shelters them shatter in a single night of violence.Ex-gang member Mica Butler is running from a past that just may kill her if she's ever caught. Paramedic and ordained priest Flynn Edwards struggles to recover her faith in herself and find absolution for her greatest failure. Sheriff Reese Conlon fights to embrace the joy of new life while a dark threat bears down on her partner, Doctor Tory King.In one explosive night, the destines of all involved change forever as a man with nothing to lose threatens to take anyone in his path with him to the grave.
I'm really sad that this is the last book in this series and it just didn't live up to the others. Mica is a gang member on the run and Flynn is a minister moonlighting as an EMT and trying to get over her short lived fling with Allie. This whole book was a a struggle for me. It felt forced and clunky. The way things came together didn't work well for me at all. If I had known I would have stopped with book 6 and perfectly content.