Review of ‘Love on call’ by Radclyffe

Love on call is the third book of Radclyffe’s series ‘A Rivers community romance’. Even though this book could be read as a stand alone novel, I strongly recommend that you read the series in chronological order as you’ll get to know the secondary characters and their stories better. It doesn’t hurt that all the books in the series are very enjoyable to read.
Radclyffe is one of the lesbian authors whose books I read without hesitation because they are not only well written but the plots are well developed, the characters multilayered and the love scenes hot, all in a good romance and adventure package. Additionally, in this series she gives an interesting insight to different aspects medical practice in the US thanks to her own experience as a now retired surgeon.
The main characters are typical of Radclyffe. Glenn, the tough, brave ex army medic and Mari, the sweet and resilient physician assistant. There is always an underlying butch-femme dynamic in her romances that the author develops skillfully here. Glenn and Mari have an intense chemistry that keeps the reader looking for a happy ending. As usual, Radclyffe delivers. Highly recommended.

ARC provided by Netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

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