Radclyffe delivers another stellar romance with her 6th installment in the Rivers Community Romance. This series is one of my favorites she had done. If you haven’t started this series, you can totally start at with any of the books, but I would go with #1 and work forward so you don’t miss all character nuances.
In Love on the Night Shift, you start off meeting Blaise Richelieu. Blaise is a single mom and the emergency room night charge nurse. Blaise had her daughter at an early age and has to work her tail off to get where she is today. This defines her as a character. She works hard, she cares for others, and often times she puts her own needs second.
Grady McClure is our other leading lady. Grady is a young surgeon who was ready to break out from the family (all doctors) and start her career somewhere new, where she could thrive and be herself. Grady has never been one for a serious relationship, casual has always served her well. That way of thinking goes right out the window when she meets Blaise on the night shift.
Most of our favorite characters make a cameo in this book. I always look forward to seeing Margie and Blake and how their teen romance is going along. Grady and Blaise are delightful characters who work their way right into your heart. This is a classic Radclyffe book, it’s well written, the characters are well developed and it leaves you with a smile on the last page.
3.75 out of 5 stars
- Publisher: Bold Strokes Books