Saturday, July 7, 2018

Title: Turning Point
Series: Kathleen Turner #3
Author: Tiffany Snow

After her promotion from law firm Runner to Investigator, Kathleen Turner is learning the ropes of her new job from none other than assassin-for-hire Kade Dennon, a situation her boyfriend Blane Kirk is none too happy about. But the lessons with Kathleen take a back seat when Kade becomes a target. Previously untouchable, his enemies now know of the chink in his armor – his brother’s girlfriend.

And Kade’s not the only thing coming between Kathleen and Blane. From Blane's inexplicable defense of a man guilty of a horrible crime, to a mysterious stranger from Kathleen's past, to Kathleen' risky investigation into human traffickers, the obstacles mount against a relationship that's just begun to find trust again. 

While Blane considers a job offer that would take him back to the front lines in the war on terror, Kathleen is determined to pursue her new career, with or without his approval. Unfortunately, her current case is far more dangerous than anyone knows. Someone close to Blane will go to extreme lengths to split them up, lengths that may prove worse than death for Kathleen. 

Kathleen, Blane and Kade must atone for the sins of the past and the present. The fallout will force Kathleen to a turning her career, and her life.


Kathleen is starting to become torn between two men. She is with Blane, but he is keeping secrets, and trying to baby her. Kade, his brother, is trying to teach her to be better, and how to protect herself, however, that isn't go over very well with Blane. When Blane's case and some other secrets slowly start to come out, it may end up ruining their relationship a lot more than anyone could have thought. 

This book was really good. I loved Kat and Kade together. They not only make a great team, but they are just great together as a couple, well when they aren't trying to hide their feelings. I honestly don't even get what Blane and Kat "see" in each other. I don't really see any of the chemistry between, and I don't even think we know much about Blane. 

I'm looking forward to more in this series, especially after that ending. 
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