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review 2015-03-16 05:03
Uh.........don't know what to say......
No Turning Back (The Kathleen Turner Series #1) - Tiffany Snow

Okay so the only reason I went into this book was because I was suffering from Scarlett Dawn withdrawal and searching like crazy for another book with a strong female lead. I read real good things about this book.

 

It was.....holy shit I cannot even rant about this because I am so literally dumbstruck by the stupidity of this book.

 

The female lead is naive and stupid bordering on crazy. I went into this book with an open mind and I accepted her utter mortification at her first meeting with Blane. But she hides things from him and he is, quite frankly just another asshole with a Heman Complex.

 

It turned me off. And I stopped reading the book about 40% into it because I just couldn't stomach reading more of it.

 

The half star that I gave this because the plot this was going on could be so much more interesting than it was.....

 

This was a waste of a peperfectly good idea and my time.

 

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review 2015-02-10 12:13
Review: No Turning Back (Kathleen Turner #1) by Tiffany Snow
No Turning Back (The Kathleen Turner Series #1) - Tiffany Snow

No Turning Back was a recommendation from an author I follow on twitter. I didn't know it was a series! I might kill her!!

What I liked: This could almost be considered a New Adult romantic suspense because the heroine is young not only in years but maturity.  As I mentioned, I did not know this was a series when I started the book and at the end, I was pulling my hair out.

Ms Snow certainly knows how to keep you on the edge of your seat. While there is romance, this first in the series is more of a set up for the follow up books. Kathleen is very confused about who to trust and the way Ms Snow writes the story, I wasn't sure who she should trust either.  The sign of good suspense. 

I also predict, (slight spoiler)....somewhere down the line there is going to be a mess of a love triangle. Blane is more likable than I thought he would be in the beginning and I'm still not sure of Kade's whole story. I feel the author is holding a lot back on Kade's background. We do get some information but I still think there's more coming.

The writing and development of the book are good. The storyline is somewhat fluid as it's the first of the series and the world building is pretty believable.  I have no qualms about recommending this book for those who like romantic suspense. 

What I didn't like: At times, Kathleen is almost too trusting and wishy-washy but I credit that to her maturity level and life experience.  This did not detract from the story in any way but just something I noted.

While this is a series, there is a resolution to some extent at the end of No Turning Back. It was good enough that I will pick up the next in the series.  

If you like romantic suspense then this book is for you!!

Source: www.justtalkingbooks.com/blog/review-no-turning-back-kathleen-turner-1-by-tiffany-snow
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review 2015-02-06 10:55
Review: No Turning Back (Kathleen Turner #1) by Tiffany Snow
No Turning Back (The Kathleen Turner Series #1) - Tiffany Snow

No Turning Back was a recommendation from an author I follow on twitter. I didn't know it was a series! I might kill her!!

What I liked: This could almost be considered a New Adult romantic suspense because the heroine is young not only in years but maturity.  As I mentioned, I did not know this was a series when I started the book and at the end, I was pulling my hair out.

Ms Snow certainly knows how to keep you on the edge of your seat. While there is romance, this first in the series is more of a set up for the follow up books. Kathleen is very confused about who to trust and the way Ms Snow writes the story, I wasn't sure who she should trust either.  The sign of good suspense. 

I also predict, (slight spoiler)....somewhere down the line there is going to be a mess of a love triangle. Blane is more likable than I thought he would be in the beginning and I'm still not sure of Kade's whole story. I feel the author is holding a lot back on Kade's background. We do get some information but I still think there's more coming.

The writing and development of the book are good. The storyline is somewhat fluid as it's the first of the series and the world building is pretty believable.  I have no qualms about recommending this book for those who like romantic suspense. 

What I didn't like: At times, Kathleen is almost too trusting and wishy-washy but I credit that to her maturity level and life experience.  This did not detract from the story in any way but just something I noted.

While this is a series, there is a resolution to some extent at the end of No Turning Back. It was good enough that I will pick up the next in the series.  

If you like romantic suspense then this book is for you!!

Source: www.justtalkingbooks.com/blog/review-no-turning-back-kathleen-turner-1-by-tiffany-snow
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review 2014-10-19 00:00
No Turning Back (The Kathleen Turner Series #1)
No Turning Back (The Kathleen Turner Series #1) - Tiffany Snow I was pleasantly surprised by this book! I picked it up as a freebie, then wound up buying another copy to get the new cover. After reading it, I don't mind spending the extra money on it! It was a very suspenseful read, and while much was revealed early on, there were a few twists in it that I didn't see coming. It has two guys, brothers no less, attracted to the same woman, and she's not a wilting flower, she can actually hold her own! I'm not sure who I root for in terms of who she should end up with, but this was one book that held my interest and that I could not put down!
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review 2014-06-12 00:00
Point of No Return (The Kathleen Turner Series, #5)
Point of No Return (The Kathleen Turner Series, #5) - Tiffany Snow I could get through the last books by not over-analyzing and just turning my brain off. But this book made everything so glaringly obvious, I couldn’t ignore it anymore and I ended up hating the entire series.

I’m not even going to get into all the problems (this review would become too fucking long). The point where I just threw the book away was when one of the male mcs - Kade - shot the boyfriend of a friend of the female mc’s (Kathleen), so that they would tell him where she went! And this is totally downplayed. Later when Kathleen talks to her friend (whose boyfriend was shot by a psychopath), all she has to say is that she got married (to the psychopath who shot her friend’s boyfriend) and all is forgiven and her friend is actually excited for her and not worried about her safety.

Fuck this.
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