8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Hat's Off to Radclyffe,
By A Customer
This review is from: Love's Tender Warriors (Paperback)
I like how Radclyffe blends every day issues that touch so many of our lives into a believable story with real women you feel like you could meet at the store. Not that they are ordinary, but they're *real.*
But like others of her books, there is just one note in the core relationship: Drew and Sean are drawn to each other immediately and only one thing separates them. It takes 250 pages to work through the one issue. It's realistically handled but if it weren't for a side plot with Sean's sister, this novel would have been 100 pages. In many ways, the side plot drove the action, not the main plot. Also, while Drew and Sean seem very real, there are a few characters who are just too wise, too calm, too good to be true.
It's a small quibble because basically this is an enjoyable solid romance easily worth the time and money. The sex scenes are warming, the dialogue engaging. I totally agree with another reviewer who says this is the work of a professional.