Title: Broken Promise (Sons of Broad #3)
Author: Tara Thomas
Stars: 5 stars
Broken Promises is part of a series and while it can be read as a stand alone novel I think readers will benefit from starting with book 1 instead of book 3.
Tara Thomas is able to bring readers into the world that is part soap opera with missing sisters, cheating spouses and a sister no one knew about. Romance that will have readers needing more and mystery that will have readers needing more after that finished the book.
Broken Promises is a romance where readers know there will be a HEA but it isn't about finding out who is the killer or if they main characters find they are meant for each other. This story is about the journey that brings two people who are meant to be together.
The banter at times flows will with the story and other time feels forced. This is a must read for Romantic Suspense readers.
Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher St. Martin's Paperbacks for the advance copy of Tara Thomas Broken Promises
Charleston Police Officer Alyssa Adams made a promise years ago to protect innocent women from harm. Now, she won’t rest until she can reunite every lost daughter with her family.Bring closure to every grieving husband. And, most of all, find out what happened the night her own sister disappeared, more than ten years ago…
As the eldest of the Benedict brothers, Kipling will stop at nothing to protect his family from a threat that aims to destroy them once and for all. But when a long-lost sibling is kidnapped by a powerful adversary, Alyssa is the only one he can turn to to get her back.
As Alyssa and Kipling band together to find their lost siblings, a powerful attraction builds between them that they can’t ignore. As the truth comes to light, will one broken promise tear them apart
Mass Market Paperback, 304 pages
Published June 26th 2018 by St. Martin's Paperbacks
About The Author:
Tara Thomas’s love of books and writing started as a child and though she wanted to be an author, she decided a degree in science was more practical. After fifteen years in the