Tara Thomas

Broken Promise: A Romantic Thriller (Sons of Broad #3)

Broken Promise: A Romantic Thriller (Sons of Broad) by [Thomas, Tara]

Genre: Romantic Thriller
Publisher: St. Martin’s Paperback
Publication Date: June 26, 2018
Series: Sons of Broad
Print Length: 388pages

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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?

If your looking for a truly astounding read this summer. Then you must pick up a copy of Broken Promise a romantic thriller by Tara Thomas.

I had the pleasure of reading this book and like the other books in the Sons of Broad series this book did not fail to entertain. Though I would recommend reading the books in order of publication. Broken Promise was very intense.

It carried a steady pace throughout the course of the book. I don’t know what book in the series I enjoyed more, though Broken Promise would have to top the list.

Which make this entire series a keeper. With fantastic character building and a flawless plot. Broken Promise was one of my summer guilty pleasures.

I am a mother of one, who likes to read books in my spare time. Some of the authors I do enjoy reading are Diana Palmer, Maya Banks, Christine Feehan, Lora Leigh and Hannah Howell to name a few.

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