Saturday, July 7, 2018


Title: Turn to Me
Series: Kathleen Turner #2
Author: Tiffany Snow
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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, especially as Christmas approaches, 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.

A festive afternoon of Christmas tree shopping turns life-threatening when Kathleen and Blane become targets for an unknown gunman. They make it home alive, but Kathleen realizes her boyfriend has been keeping secrets. The deadly kind.

Blane’s current case is drawing heated debate and stirring the pot of public fury. Kathleen is horrified by the threats – and worse – being directed at him. 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.

    

In the second book of the series, Kathleen and Blane are dating, but Blane is keeping things from her. And when the case he's working on starts to put her life in danger, he calls in his brother Kade to help keep watch over her. Kade and Kat don't seem to get a long very well, even though they are attracted to each other. And as all the lies and twists start to come out, Kat still isn't sure who she can trust. 

This book was a lot better than the first one. I really enjoyed the plot line, and how Kat did her best to figure out the mystery and how she helped out. The only thing that was annoying was the love triangle that is starting to happen. I'm not exactly sure how I feel about that, but I feel she is with the wrong guy currently. 
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