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    Intriguing new series!

    Two years ago, FBI Special Agent Toni Blades promised her fiancé, Las Vegas Detective Leo Castellano, that she would take a desk job when they would get married, and he promised the same. Then the biggest case of her career lands on Toni’s lap, one that would get her a promotion; it entails sex trafficking, runaways, missing persons, possibly drugs. When Toni learns that Leo just got on board with a missing person case, Toni figures she could have her own case wrapped up in time, in the six months that remain to fulfil her promise. Soon, Toni and Leo find out their cases overlap, and they must work together along with Toni’s partner, Caleb Jones. At first, I thought Leo was somewhat of a Neanderthal the way he was pushing Toni to remove herself from undercover ops; he wasn’t very subtle. However, as the story progressed, I saw Leo’s point of view, and although I wasn’t crazy about the way he went about it, he was right. Too often, Toni came across more like the girlfriend who was “tagging along” rather than a seasoned FBI agent, while Jones and Leo cooperated and worked well together. She committed beginners’ mistakes, she was reckless, and endangered everybody’s lives; she was not determined but unprofessional, whereas Leo acted as he should have, and so did Jones, who was actually my favourite character, to be honest. He was the voice of reason, he always remained professional and calm; poor Jones who had to act like a buffer at times between Toni and Leo. I thought it was too bad that Jones was already married, because I would like to see more of him, but no chance for a romance there, I guess. I understand Toni had more stakes in the matter, but it did not excuse her irresponsible behaviour. DANGEROUS PROMISES is fast-paced, well written, with vivid descriptions, and an interesting twist that led to a spectacular one. I was rather startled by the ending, which is sad and tragic, although it was consistent with what had happened, and I thought it was quite brave of Ms. Kline. DANGEROUS PROMISES is Ms. Kline’s first foray into new territory: romantic suspense, and quite a departure; it is a valiant effort while she gets more accustomed to writing this particular genre. I voluntarily reviewed an advanced reader copy of this book.

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