Trauma Alert Dr Ali Torveau knows just how fragile life can be she sees death and tragedy every day in the trauma unit Battling the dark forces of fate is her life s work and she doesn t want or need anything else

  • Title: Trauma Alert
  • Author: Radclyffe
  • ISBN: 9781602821576
  • Page: 105
  • Format: Paperback
  • Dr Ali Torveau knows just how fragile life can be she sees death and tragedy every day in the trauma unit Battling the dark forces of fate is her life s work and she doesn t want or need anything else, certainly nothing as transient as love Plenty of women try to change her mind, but she never has any trouble saying no Not until the day firefighter Beau Cross shows upDr Ali Torveau knows just how fragile life can be she sees death and tragedy every day in the trauma unit Battling the dark forces of fate is her life s work and she doesn t want or need anything else, certainly nothing as transient as love Plenty of women try to change her mind, but she never has any trouble saying no Not until the day firefighter Beau Cross shows up in her ER and sets Ali s carefully ordered world aflame.

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    About “Radclyffe

    1. Radclyffe says:

      Radclyffe has written over forty five romance and romantic intrigue novels, dozens of short stories, and, writing as L.L Raand, has authored a paranormal romance series, The Midnight Hunters She has also edited Best Lesbian Romance 2009 through 2015 as well as multiple other anthologies She is an eight time Lambda Literary Award finalist in romance, mystery, and erotica winning in both romance and erotica A member of the Saints and Sinners Literary Hall of Fame, she is also an RWA Prism, Lories, Beanpot, Aspen Gold, and Laurel Wreath winner in multiple mainstream romance categories In 2014, she received the Dr James Duggins Outstanding Mid Career Novelist award from the Lambda Literary Foundation In 2004, she founded Bold Strokes Books, an independent LGBTQ publishing company, and in 2013, she founded the Flax Mill Creek Writers Retreat offering writing workshops to authors in all stages of their careers.She states, I began reading lesbian fiction at the age of twelve when I found a copy of Ann Bannon s Beebo Brinker That book and others like it convinced me that I was not alone, that there were other women who felt like I did Our literature provides support and validation and very often, a lifeline, for members of our community throughout the world I am proud and honored to be able to publish the many fine authors at Bold Strokes Books and to contribute in some small way to the words that celebrate the LGBTQ experience Radclyffe lives with her partner, Lee, in New York state.



    2 thoughts on “Trauma Alert

    1. I was familiar with Radclyffe by name, but had never read any of her work before now. I was under the impression that she wrote historical fiction, but “Trauma Alert” is without doubt a contemporary romantic drama. And it is very well done - I can see why Radclyffe is so popular and prolific. The author quickly built a realistic setting; she obviously did her research and I felt like I was observing real medical professionals. The main characters are believable, and fully developed. I felt r [...]

    2. I would advise everyone who starts reading this series of books situated in hospital to start in this order:1. Passion's bright fury2. Fated love3. Turn back time4. Trauma alertSimply because you will find charaters from one book also in the other. Expl. Saxon Sinclair and Wynter.

    3. New Radclyffe. I swear I've read about characters like these a gazillion times and I'm pretty sure I've read entire passages just like these in her previous books.But apparently I won't learn and this is my punishment.

    4. Could not imagine how anyone can be horny while sick or injured, but okaaay. A great story again by Radclyffe nonetheless. Really enjoyed this one.

    5. Trauma Alert is one of my first books I have read of the famous author Radclyffe. The intriguing love- romantic story takes mostly place in the Emergency Room.The lead characters are Ali and Beau, to amazingly attractive woman with two different outcomes of relationships. One keeps her heart to herself in part of not getting hurt or feeling like she might loose the other. The other one sitting with a secret where she has made used of never falling for someone and not be able to put any emotion i [...]

    6. Let's start with the basics: Radclyffe's stories are well-written. Her language is exemplary, her story-building good.And I don't normally read romance. So there's bias here - 'cause I'm having a damned hard time with her characters. They are, in a word, perfect. Not in the sense that they never do anything wrong, but in the sense that they are strong, ambitious, focused, driven, well-educated, and utterly, utterly inhuman.There are, in this book, not a single first- or second-tier character who [...]

    7. A firefighter and a doctor, what else could one want? I love the First Responders series. Although the dialogue is trite at time and Beau and Ali's relationship requires a suspension of disbelief, that's to be expected in a book of this type. It's great for what it is!

    8. First responders are special. Early at the scene of a crisis or catastrophe, they often put their lives on the line. The trauma center, a second line of defense, with its surgeons, doctors, and support personnel is hopefully helping the injured avoid life long disabilities or death. I more than tip my hat to these people and I love to read about their deeds. This opening book for the ‘First Responders’ series follows a technical rescue unit often referred to as TER-OPS associated with the Ph [...]

    9. Radclyffe books are generally like your reliable, family, station wagon. They may not be the most exciting car on the block, but they're reliable and can be counted on to get you from A to B safely.This was exactly what I was in the mood for when I picked up Trauma Alert and so was more than pleasantly surprised to find that it packed a few hidden bonus features that made the journey even more cruisey than usual.Beau, as a character cracked off the page. 'Tough exterior protecting a sensitive co [...]

    10. threedollarbillreviews/201Beau Cross makes an entrance when she shows up late for the training session being led by Dr. Ali Torveau. Ali dismisses Beau as a woman unable to take anything seriously, but Beau’s persistence begins to show Ali that you can’t always trust first impressions. Beau has kept her heart closed, sure that she doesn’t deserve happiness, or a woman like Ali, but quickly finds that Ali makes her think about the future in a way she never has before. Both women find their [...]

    11. This was an interesting one. I read it, rated it a 2, and left it for several months. I just re-read it, and am moving my rating to a 3. This book didn't impress me at first, but upon the second reading, I found the characters to be more relatable and the story more engrossing.While I agree with other reviewers that this is standard Radclyffe fare, I have to admit that her formula works for me. Her characters are unbelievable in their physical and intellectual perfection, but I don't read Radcly [...]

    12. Just gets betterYou meet Ali in the Justice Series as a trauma surgeon mending broken cop's. She occupies only a small part in that series and I'm glad Radclyffe has given us the chance to get to know her better. I like her sense of humour and her unwavering commitment to her job and patients. It's a great story and I honestly was routing for Beau. If you wanna know what I mean read the book. It's a stand-alone novel and you won't be disappointed.

    13. I read this just to read something by this author. A disappointment. A story told not shown. Repetitive. Shallow.

    14. This is the second book by Radclyfe I've read and just like the first, I loved this book. I can't figure out how to put my thoughts into words about it. It was a really good read.

    15. I wish I'd liked this book. I'm all for multi-layered strong women engaging in relationships and character development happening along the way, but Trauma Alert was Kind of disappointing. And I can't tell for sure why, especially considering I kept thinking about it as Grey's Anatomy with more firefighters, but I can definitely pinpoint some things that bothered me. Firstly, the characters motives didn't convince me. Though I understand why they were holding back, it seemed shallow, their action [...]

    16. While Radclyffe succeeded in making me care about the characters the sex scenes were laughable. I can only imagine that the author opened up a thesaurus and went with the most off the wall descriptions to try and make it seem fresh. It instead made it to where I read the scenes aloud to friends to see if they to found them utterly preposterous and over the top, they in fact did. This story was akin to most lesbian stories where there must be tragedies left and right. Apparently to be a lesbian y [...]

    17. I loved Ali from the Justice series. She was literally my favorite part of those books. So I was excited when I randomly ordered Trauma Alert, because I love the first responders series. I knew I had to read it. This book did not disappoint. It was well written, had perfect action, and the conflicts were interesting and not draw. Out like in her other books. Beau is amazing and I wish she existed in real life. The best part of how descriptive Radclyffe is. She really knows how to build character [...]

    18. F/F romanceI don't know why it took me so long to read this, but I've been starting and putting it down for about a year. Sometimes Rad's cocky or arrogant butches just turn me off. Completely. It's about as good as Fated Love, Turn Back Time, Passion's Bright Fury, and Night Call all of which are basically the same template of characters and events. Okay, maybe that's a lie. Same template, but Fated Love and Turn Back Time are the best of this bunch for sure. If it's your first Rad book, you'll [...]

    19. So will YOU like this book?Assuming you like this genre, the answer will likely depend on your personal preferences on how much of a book you prefer devoted to character development, how much story line, and how much of your book you want devoted to SEX.Radclyffe is an EXCELLENT writer. I have read several of her books, and enjoyed them a lot… She does seem to follow formula type of writing though. Hers formula appears to be: build up two characters, some trauma drama happens to put them in a [...]

    20. I've been wanting to read firefighter related romance for a long time but this book didn't meet my expectations . there is too much details about sex part but the emotional side is quite less

    21. I love the way Radclyffe writes her stories. She is excellent at building her worlds and her characters. Her stories are easy to believe and easy to picture it happening in real life. "Trauma Alert" is no exception! I could not put this book down! "Trauma Alert" is the first book in Radclyffe’s First Responders series. In this story, we follow the lives of Dr. Ali Torveau, a trauma doctor and Beau Cross, a first responder firefighter. When these two first meet, you can sense the attraction spa [...]

    22. It's a Radclyffe book, so you know that the writing is going to be fine, the medical detail spot on (hey, what else were you expecting) and the plot lines are well structured, coherent and possibly slightly linear.I have to admit that I bought all 3 of the First Responders series and I read this one and the follow up Firestorm back to back. When I started the 3rd in the series Oath of Honor I suddenly realized that this was building back into the the Honor series of books and I thought that I ha [...]

    23. Can I just say, this book from beginning to end had me. I hate when i'm foolish enough to get one of Radclyffe's previews, because I instantly MUST have the book. Ali and Beau are exactly what you expect them to be, but not. I got to admit, that's the only disappointment I had. As a trauma surgeon, I expected Ali to be the in control, dominant person that she is. I totally expected Beau to be the hardened, risk-taking, powerful person that she is. However, I wasn't really ready for Beau to end u [...]

    24. As usual Rad graces us with the presence of an afflicted butch in need of a strong femme to calm and soothe her like a security blanket. Meet Beau, a hunky firefighter who is as cocky as she is reckless. Meet Dr. Ali Torveau she's strong and will not allow herself to fall for Beau's charms. The story pretty much proceeds how you expect it to, they eventually get together and fall in love. My issue as always was the lack of fulfilling sex, the butch made sexual promises she could not keep and end [...]

    25. ΤΕΛΕΙΩΣΕ ΛΟΙΠΟΝ ΚΑΙ ΑΥΤΟ ΤΟ ΒΙΒΛΙΑΡΑΚΙ ΑΓΑΠΗΤΟΙ ΜΟΥ ΒΙΒΛΙΟΦΑΓΟΙ.ΕΙΝΑΙ ΤΟ ΠΡΩΤΟ ΠΟΥ ΔΙΑΒΑΖΩ ΜΕ ΤΕΤΟΙΟ ΠΕΡΙΕΧΟΜΕΝΟ ΚΑΙ ΜΑΛΛΟΝ ΔΕΝ ΕΚΑΝΑ ,ΟΠΩΣ ΕΙΠΑ ,ΚΑΙ ΤΗΝ ΣΩΣΤΗ ΕΠΙΛΟΓΗ.ΔΕΝ ΕΙΝΑΙ ΤΟΣΟ ΤΟ ΟΤΙ ΣΕ ΑΥΤΟ ΤΟ ΒΙΒΛΙΟ ΕΙΝΑΙ ΟΛΕΣ ΛΕΣΒΙΕΣ,ΟΧΙ ΔΕΝ ΕΧΩ ΠΡΟΒΛΗΜΑ ΜΕ ΑΥΤΟ ,ΕΙΝΑΙ ΤΟ ΠΩΣ ΑΠΛΟΙ [...]

    26. This book moved slow for me. Even the relationship between Ali and Beau was not as interesting as I'd hoped. I guess I just didn't find their circumstances all that different or unique. Also they appeared to be perfect, even with the past they hold themselves accountable for and it seemed almost cliche and unrealistic. I did enjoy the medical aspect of the story, just little bits here and there. It is simplified and explained so that it is accessible to everyone so readers who are not medically [...]

    27. Medical drama staring by to lesbian who have hots for each other but their romance is hindered by weight of their personal history package.So typical romance book and it of course has graphic sex scenes as romance book would not be romance book without them :).So listening book's audio version give similar feeling than watching typical hospital drama on the tv.Writing style is interesting which make possible to go book through in one listening session in dull day in work.

    28. It would be considered a good book if you haven't read any of Radclyffe's books, but if you have it followed the same story line as most of her books. There weren't any suprises or new twist in this book but I think I will try out some other books written in her other name.

    29. Oh god. I tried I really did but man was that bad. I got to about 28% when I had to call it quits. It was just so cheesy and felt really dated, even though it wasn't written too long ago. I don't know it was just not for me I guess.

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