Assassin-for-hire Kade Dennon knows exactly who he is: a soulless killer who can't be saved. And he thinks he's fine with that...until he meets Kathleen. Beautiful, kind, and tough as nails, Kathleen Turner is nothing like the nameless one-night stands Kade usually goes for. Just being around her makes the hardened hit man feel emotions he never thought were possible. There's just one problem: Kathleen is dating Kade's brother, hotshot attorney Blane Kirk.
When a shadowy figure starts threatening Kathleen's life and forces Blane to lose a high-stakes trial, Kade is thrown into the role of reluctant bodyguard for the most captivating woman he's ever known. For a man who spends his life taking down murderers and psychopaths, this battle against his feelings might prove to be the fight of his life.
Kade's Turn is a companion novel to Turn to Me, Book Two in The Kathleen Turner Series.
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Exciting, Romantic, and Suspenseful.
After reading Kade's Turn, I would have to say Kade is my favorite. Behind that tough exterior is a sensitivity that Blane does not have. Kade understands Kathleen better than Blane because of life's challenges that they have had to endure.
I am trying to make this book last as long as possible. I am moving from Team Blane to Team Kade. Kade understands Kathleen and is more sensitive to her feelings.
While Blane may care for Kathleen, I don't believe he is the best mate/partner for her. Kade and Kathleen have more in common. They both have lost Parents that they care about. Kade and Kathleen what it is to manage money.
A WOMAN WHO STOLE A TOUGH ASSASSIN'S HEART
Wondering if he would get together with Kathleen
Kade, because he had a lot of frustration trying to not care for his brother's girlfriend and yet having to protect her because his brother, and attorney, hired him to do so.
He has a good voice and dynamics
The only disappointment I had was the ending. I do not like a sad or negative ending. I see too much of that in every day life, and I love a happy ending; but that is to each his own