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Summary

All medevac helicopter pilot Jett McNally wants to do is fly and forget about the horror and heartbreak she left behind in the Middle East, but anesthesiologist Tristan Holmes has other plans.

When Jett comes home from the war and destruction in the Middle East, flying and the adrenaline rush of a crisis are the only things that make her happy, and she volunteers to fly night call, where all the action is, whenever she can. So maybe once in a while she takes a few chances. Hey, that's life, right?

Dr. Tristan Holmes is an expert at two things - high-risk anesthesia and pleasing women. Tristan gave up expecting anything other than a good time from the women in her life long time ago, and casual relationships are the perfect prescription for stress release. She doesn't do relationships, so she can't quite understand why it bothers her when Jett makes it clear she doesn't want one.

High-stakes medical drama, life on the edge, and love in the fast lane - it's all just routine for Night Call.

©2008 Radclyffe (P)2016 Audible, Inc.

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wow

First off I'd like to say that there isn't something I've read by Radclyffe that I haven't enjoyed. I like the tension between the characters. I also enjoy that these women aren't completely clueless as to their emotional short comings. They simply struggle with whether they want to work through them and how. You want a love story about two strong, independent women, who need to overcome demons to find happiness together. I love that there is 2 other characters from Fated Love that was icing on the cake.

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  • Pam
  • 29-02-16

Harder to get through

Depth of Storyline just not there for me like other Radclyffe books. Seems like every other breath they were having gratuitous sex that was kind of lame to boot.

I liked the fact that Honor and Quinn were in this book but again weak story.

Nice to have a new narrator.

if you are new to the genre you may enjoy this book more than I did or maybe if you are just not me, which you probably are not. :)

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  • Kris
  • 05-07-17

This book was very emotionaly charged.

This book was amazing. It gave me such joy to continue learning about the lives of Quinn, Honor Linda, And Robin.
This book is introduced Jet and Tristan... two women I really grew to like and connected to them really fast. I felt the hurt and fears they both shared. Radcyffe did an amazing job building their characters up and the emotional pull between them was undeniably strong. I laughed, I definitely cried several times. It had me on the edge several times.
The narration was good, and she made it possible to really engage the life of this story.
You really should read this book along with all the others connected to it. I was not disappoint.

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  • Desmond Clark
  • 06-06-16

Best Story

I liked this story as it seemed Radcliffe wrote it a bit differently than all the other books! I rally appreciate her insight into the military and this book is with reading as it is truly one of her best!

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  • Aiden
  • 09-07-16

One of the best Radclyffe's

Like with ani ada book Radclyffe nevr disappoints and the audio was equally satisfying i enjoyed evry second

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  • alex
  • 08-02-21

I loved it

it was great and the author was superb in doing this book. In what happened between jett and Christian was how a relationship should be. tye way that it ended wow.

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  • Margie Nobles
  • 25-08-19

Radclyffe is awesome

Radclyffe is by far my favorite author. She is so knowledgeable and intelligent and crafts a story like no other. She is a great and talented writer. I love her characters, and they quickly become my friends. I am sad to see them go until she writes a sequel... outstanding!

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  • Carolyn G. Manuel
  • 12-09-18

Pilots and Doctors

Another Radclyffe classic. Suffering from PTSD and the loss of a career Jett becomes a medical helicopter pilot. Tristan is a doctor on staff and their work throws them together. Great performance.

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  • Bridgett
  • 07-05-22

Mehhhh at best…

Die hard Radclyffe fan but Not her best. And where’s Abby Craden when you need her?!?

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  • Rebecca
  • 03-08-21

Not my favorite narrator

I found myself so glad to be back with these characters that I was able to get past the narration. Still, I think it would have been a better listen with a different voice.

It had a rather abrupt ending. That seemed strange.
Otherwise, I found this to be a nice installment in the series, giving us a bit more of some old characters and letting us into the lives of some new ones. I like how Radclyffe does this in her series.

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  • Morgan B. Tomlinson
  • 30-07-21

'Confuzzled,' muddled, and irked...oh my!

Struggled to finish: Yes, for several reasons. First, (and I really dislike doing this) I just could not get into this particular narrator. Next, I was rather confusing at times who was saying what, and I'd have to rewind it to find out. It felt this way to me because the conversations seemed to get a bit muddled (especially when at PMC or friend's parties), and also the narrator did not use distinct intonations or quirks for each character. And last, the sex was a bit to far on the kinky spectrum for me personally, but it was rather educational, for a mental health field teaching perspective. Maybe it will be of assistance in helping me help a future client/patient. Heh!

I do want to add that I'm rather irked as to why there are four different narrators in this series. It makes me rather sad! :[