Turn to Me : Kathleen Turner

  • by Tiffany Snow
  • Narrated by Angela Dawe
  • Series: Kathleen Turner
  • 13 hrs and 13 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

When Kathleen Turner, office runner for the prestigious Indianapolis law firm of Kirk & Trent, started dating the boss she knew the risks. Senior Partner Blane Kirk is known for being a notorious player - the Baskin Robbins of dating with a different flavor every month. Kathleen is the happiest she’s been in a long time, but she’s always known there was a termination date on her relationship with Blane. She just didn’t expect that termination to be her funeral. Blane’s current case is drawing heated debate and stirring the pot of public fury. A former Navy SEAL stands accused of the wrongful death of an American citizen during a military operation overseas. The case has far-reaching political and military implications. Someone with a lot of money, and even more clout, wants Blane to lose. As dead bodies of people connected to the defense start piling up, it becomes painfully obvious that disappearing witnesses and altered testimony are no longer enough for whoever is intent on guaranteeing the SEAL gets convicted. Kathleen and Kade, Blane’s brother and ex-FBI-agent-turned-assassin-for-hire, are on the trail of the killer. Unfortunately for Kathleen, he’s already moved for the end-game - by painting a target on her…and pulling the trigger.

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On the Fence

The audible narration: Good variation of voices for the characters. Narration seemed stilted, trying too hard to enuciate too perfectly and succinctly it wasn't natural and sounded harsh and the inflection at the end of most sentences just wasn't quite right. Needed to be softer and smoother. When Kathleen had diagolue her voice was soft, natural and feminine so not sure why the narration which was in Kathleen's POV was not in the same voice.

The story: Great storyline and good characters, the writing is solid however, there is excessive use of a few words throughout that get rather annoying while reading/listening.
The indecisiveness of Kathleen's thoughts can get rather frustrating though I suppose that's part of the drama.
In the first book there is the scene with the knife where Kathleen uses some moves her Dad taught her to disarm her assailant and yet in this second book Kathleen is virtually a completely helpless damsel. I also note that Kathleen gets injured quite frequently over the course of the book and yet her injuries appear to be healed overnight with hardly a mention of soreness or bruising in the days that follow, that's hardly realistic.

All in all as much I would like to see who she ends up with and what other drama follows this trio, I'm not sure I'm willing to keep reading the series.
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- SomeoneWhoReadsWayTooMuch

Book Details

  • Release Date: 03-09-2013
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio