Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Turning Point by 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 point...in her career, and her life.


Turning Point, the third book in the Kathleen Turner series, finds Kat still trying to adjust to her private investigator position at the law firm, with Mr. Swoon worthy himself…Kade as her boss/trainer. Much to Blane’s dismay.
Kathleen’s investigation into a case for the law firm she works at puts her in an unexpected and risky situation. As she gets closer to finding the answers she is seeking, the danger gets closer to her. Her job as well as her relationship with both Blane and Kade reaches a turning point and when everything is said and done, things may never be the same for anyone again.  

What I liked:

Kathleen is a woman who stands by her decisions. No matter how many times Kade tries to tempt her…and he tries a lot, she is firm with her answer. Though it is obvious she is conflicted in her feelings for him. They go beyond the feelings of just friendship. This is one love triangle, I do not mind enduring.

What I did not:

Even though I am rooting for Kade, I always give Blane the benefit of a doubt. His and Kat’s relationship seem to work and for the moment they seem good for each other. But Blane’s inability to confide in Kathleen and tell her things, especially things that actually involve her and are important annoys the heck out of me. It seems like he always feels like she does not need to know, or it won’t help anything if he tells her. Seeing as how they are in a relationship with each, trusting the other person, even a little bit is important. I know he has trust issues, but it still bugs me.

Final thoughts:

I feel like each book in this series, is better than last and I love that. The Kathleen Turner Series is one of my favorite romantic suspense books. It’s not perfect, but it is a lot of fun to read, there is real suspense, real characters, and something is always happening. The biggest downside is that I have to wait until December 17, 2013 for the fourth book, Out of Turn to be released. Ugh!

Rating: 5 out of 5.

** I received this book from Montlake Romance via Netgalley in exchange for nothing, but my honest review. Thank you!** 

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