Thursday, August 4, 2016

Death, Taxes, and a Satin Garter (Tara Holloway #10) by Diane Kelly


Can IRS Special Agent Tara Holloway break up a clever ring of tax cheats who love money, dishonor the IRS, and disobey the laws of justice?

When Tara agreed to be her best friend’s maid of honor, she knew it would be a ton of work. But planning a bachelorette party is a piece of (wedding) cake compared to her latest mission for the IRS. Her target is radio host Florence “Flo” Cash, star of “The Flo Cash Cash Flow Show.” Not only has Flo been giving her listeners shady tax advice, she’s set up an elaborate barter system that leaves Uncle Sam out of the equation―and Tara tied in knots…

While Flo flouts the IRS at every turn, Tara has yet another case to tackle: a catfishing Casanova who’s relieved several lonely ladies of their cash, credit cards, and dignity. When her best friend’s big day arrives, it’s all Tara can do to keep from crying uncle. But when Tara snatches the bridal bouquet and her boyfriend Nick catches the satin garter, could Tara’s days of filing single tax returns be over?

My review:
Who would’ve thought a book about an IRS Special Agent would be fun? Death, Taxes, and a Satin Garter may be the 10th in the series but it was the first I’ve read and I can guarantee there will be some backlist bingeing in my future. IRS Special Agent Tara Holloway may be small but she is feisty and tenacious. I kept thinking of a fox terrier. Smart, funny and won’t let go. Tara is in the middle of 2 big cases and acting as maid of honor for her bff. Also she has a boyfriend to keep her on her toes. I got a total kick out of this book and highly recommend it if you want a fun light escape. 
A gifted copy was provided by author/publisher for an honest review

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