Jay "Flash" Reynolds has a brilliant future as a trauma surgeon until a truck on a rainy night changes her life. Assistant chief medical examiner Olivia Price is more at ease with the dead than the living—at least the dead never lie. All she needs to do is listen to their stories. What she doesn't need is a surly new resident who would rather be somewhere else.
Two women, one with a damaged body, the other a damaged spirit, challenge each other to dare to live again.
There's a first time for everything, and this is the first time I've been disappointed by a Radclyffe novel! The characters weren't developed well, and the attraction between the two main characters was poorly built. It was like the story went on and on, introducing many old characters from other books/series, then out of the blue the main women profess their undying love for each other. That doesn't even happen in real life. :-) You can usually rely on Radclyffe to build the sexual tension, develop the characters so you are really pulling for them to get together, then celebrate with them when they do. I got almost zero of that with this book.
Will I stop reading Radclyffe? NEVER!! Just disappointed this time. :-)