Review: Shattered Fear

Shattered Fear (Sons of Broad #0.5)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Synopsis:

From New York Times bestselling author Tara Sue Me, writing as Tara Thomas, comes an explosive new romantic suspense series.

Welcome to the sultry streets of Charleston, where simmering desire and dark danger rule…

Forbidden love never felt so good…

She’s got a killer to catch.
He just might be it.
Undercover detective Janie Roberts needs to find out for sure if Brent Taylor is a murderer.
Handsome, wealthy, and sexy-as-sin Brent Taylor.
She’s got to get close enough to learn his secrets.

But getting this close is dangerous in more ways than one…

Rating: 4.5-star

Review:

Shattered Fear by Tara Thomas is great novella. It offers readers, like myself, suspense, intrigue, and a romantic atmosphere. Danger is lurking nearer than the characters are aware of…the risks are high and fear is like a viral plague. Tara Thomas has caught my full attention.  I loved reading this short but more in-depth story on the characters from the main novels. It gave me more background into the overall picture. The heat is scorching and not listening to fear, could result in death. Killers are running loose and it is only a matter of time for the characters. Overall, I recommend this read.

 

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