Summary

When Kathleen Turner, office runner for the prestigious Indianapolis law firm of Kirk & Trent, started dating the boss she knew the risks. Senior Partner Blane Kirk is known for being a notorious player - the Baskin Robbins of dating with a different flavor every month. Kathleen is the happiest she’s been in a long time, but she’s always known there was a termination date on her relationship with Blane. She just didn’t expect that termination to be her funeral. Blane’s current case is drawing heated debate and stirring the pot of public fury. A former Navy SEAL stands accused of the wrongful death of an American citizen during a military operation overseas. The case has far-reaching political and military implications. Someone with a lot of money, and even more clout, wants Blane to lose. As dead bodies of people connected to the defense start piling up, it becomes painfully obvious that disappearing witnesses and altered testimony are no longer enough for whoever is intent on guaranteeing the SEAL gets convicted. Kathleen and Kade, Blane’s brother and ex-FBI-agent-turned-assassin-for-hire, are on the trail of the killer. Unfortunately for Kathleen, he’s already moved for the end-game - by painting a target on her…and pulling the trigger.
©2012 Tiffany Snow (P)2013 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
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3 out of 5 stars
By Carôle on 04-09-16

A Good, But Flawed, Series!

So much of this novel, and the series in general, is really enjoyable. With the exception of the character of Kathleen Turner herself! She makes too many stupid/idiotic choices or decisions for my liking! I know that she's a blonde, but she lives up to the stereotype too closely to be credible.

The overall plot, is truly novel and enjoyable, but too often you are distracted from it, by her actions or inaction. It makes for a very frustrating 'read'! A bit like the old chestnut of a woman ALWAYS falling over when she's chased, in movies! There are Far Too Many of those 'plot twists', to be entertaining!

I'll be interested to see how she copes with her new role, given her too frequent tendency to be a damsel in distress. An ability which could lead to a short job/life expectancy!

The narration is fairly good. Sometimes it's hard to differentiate between 3 of the male characters, but given the context, you often work it out.

Given that this is part of the benefits of a Kindle Unlimited subscription, I can persevere with the series. It is unlikely that I would do so, if I had to pay the full price for the privilege. So I shall discover, in due course, if Miss Turner, grows out of her tendency to be a dumb blonde - always needing to be 'rescued'! Because, honestly, that can get tedious.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Kat in Hawaii on 03-09-16

awesome story series

characters come to life. wish they'd do a movie on this series. highly recommend it.

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5 out of 5 stars
By chris Warrick on 18-09-16

Disappointed - but not in THIS book

First 2 books are great. However, after buying the third book in this series I found out there are TWO more books! One of the reviews on the 5th and last in the series gave away the brother selected... don't like the ending. Series would have been great in three. Five drags it out toooooo long.

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