Death, Taxes, and Green Tea Ice Cream

Death, Taxes, and Green Tea Ice Cream

Paperback - 2013
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Fired . Tara Holloway can't believe it. After all she's done for the IRS, a few too many shots fired from her weapon and suddenly she's public enemy number one. To add insult to injury, another agent has replaced her, and a ten-million-dollar assault case is hanging over her head. So much for traveling to Tokyo with Special Agent Nick Pratt, former partner and current boyfriend. Tara's stuck in Texas, and using green tea ice cream to soothe her disappointment, as well as the terrifying prospect ofa life behind bars.

Tara's former boss, Lu "the Lobo" Lobozinski, has a plan--to stick Tara in auditing, where she can't possibly get into trouble. But between bumping into a college frenemy whose family business is under audit, Tara's stubborn determination to keep an eye on Nick behind the scenes, and her new long-range rifle, she's about to get a taste of just how dangerous her life can be, in Death, Taxes, and Green Tea Ice Cream from Diane Kelly...

Publisher: New York, NY : St. Martin's Paperbacks, 2013.
Edition: St. Martin's Paperbacks edition.
ISBN: 9781250023087
Characteristics: x, 310 pages ; 18 cm

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MomZu
Aug 04, 2019

Recently discovered this series. Overall I really enjoy the mix of intrigue, comedy, and romance. I love that Tara kicks (backsides) and has crazy adventures, but at the end of the day, she faces many challenges that are very relatable (with boyfriend, home life, pets, parents).

Green Tea Ice Cream, however, has a LOT of continuity errors! When she gives Nick a new belt he is wearing dress pants, but in the next paragraph they are jeans. She drops Nick at the airport, he gets out of her car, she rolls down the window.... then suddenly she is walking out of the airport trying to remember where she parked. During a shootout the number of shots she has fired is miscounted. The proofreaders should be fired for such blatant oversights! I realize it doesn't change the plot, but I find it distracting and annoying!

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ghandorff
Dec 22, 2018

Funny, fast moving read. Love this series. Highly recommend it!

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