Nick, Tara, and the others are engaging, believable, have a great chemistry, and work well together throughout the book. On top of that, he seems to avoid reporting his gains from the ill business, on his tax returns. Death, Taxes, and Hot Pink Leg Warmers by Diane Kelly, the 5th book in the Tara Holloway series, puts Tara on the trail of mortgage fraudsters…at a strip club available June 4, 2013. Tara knows it very well that she will have to face the bitterness in her life while fighting against the crimes of tax cheating and murder. The first novel of the series was published by the St.
Let us know in the comments how you like it and what. Tara is back and this time she's after a strip club owner and when she goes undercover in his club, the fun begins as Tara entangles herself in situations after situations. It took everything in me not to go back into that club with my gun blazing and teach those bastards a lesson. I really like this series and author. Set around Thanksgiving and a strip-club investigation, this one had me laughing throughout the book. Tara likes to ensure the safety of the world for the honest tax payers by kicking the asses of the guilty ones.
Tara hopes of completing the investigation very soon and going on a vacation. She knows that if she has to get her love back into her life, she has to pay a heavy cost. It is still ongoing and the author is about to publish a few more novels under the series in the coming months. Which is okay with Tara. Rage flared in me at the violation. Which is okay with Tara. At least she's working as a bookkeeper, not a pole dancer.
She partners up with another agent named Eddie and goes on the hunt of one of the dirtiest and richest felons. Although, he is one of the prime suspects of a number of crimes, he has never been accused or arrested. He pointed his finger downward and made a rotating motion. Lu's on a health kick after recovering from cancer, and she's pulled her leotards, tights, and hot-pink leg warmers out of mothballs. It was like a train wreck. How on earth does she accomplish such a feat, you ask? Diane has done it again by delivering a great drama filled with non-stop action and brimming with humor and romance. She keeps taking the social security numbers of her targets and keeps a track of them related to their tax payments.
The ending leaves me curious to see how the story will move forward from here. He backed up only an inch or two as he ran his hands down my sides, his fingertips not just grazing my breasts but virtually groping them. He slowly stood, his hands making their way up my inseam now. With an eclectic cast of characters and tantalizing dialogue, I'm definitely looking forward to the next book to see how it all turns out in this fantastic series. No legitimate deal provided that kind of profit.
Which is okay with Tara. In her latest mission, she is asked to go in the pursuit of an ice-cream vendor named Joseph Cullen, who seems to be a hot target. Diane's fiction, tax and humor pieces have appeared in True Love Magazine, Writer's Digest Yearbook, Romance Writers Report, Byline Magazine, and other publications. In 'Leg Warmers' we get to see more progression with Tara and Nick and Brett. Marcos Mendoza is introduced as a man with dangerous connections with the cartels around the Mexican border. I, myself, am not a fan of taxes, so that was a bit distracting to me and decreased my level of enjoyment a bit.
She seems to be worrying about whether she should risk her life and her new relationship with Brett Ellington or not. The plot of the novel is set in Dallas, Texas, United States and opens up with a warning sign for the tax evaders and cheaters as Tara Holloway gets appointed as the new special agent on a payroll by the Criminal Investigations Division of The Treasury Department. The E-mail message field is required. As per her job related to taxes, she used to work for a number of white-collar criminals inadvertently. If she hopes to put Mr. And who needs tips when her undercover crush, Special Agent Nick, is the club's bodyguard? Apart from being a successful author, Diane is a former tax advisor.
This book really does have it all, folks. It was published by the St. Lu's on a health kick after recovering from cancer, and she's pulled her leotards, tights, and hot-pink leg warmers out of mothballs. If she hopes to put Mr. This time around Tara and the gang are out to bring down a club owner who may or may not be running drugs and prostitution out of his business.
All of the illicit sex and drugs and violence was too much for me. The description of the characters at the club are wonderful. I did like the overall story and humor. And who needs tips when her undercover crush, Special Agent Nick, is the club's bodyguard? Which is okay with Tara. Get on board now so you can say you knew Tara Holloway when.