Review~Sworn to Love by Karin Tabke

Title: Sworn to Love 
Series: Hot Cops #5
Author: Karin Tabke
Genre: Contemporary Romantic Suspense
Pages: 180
Heat Level: 3 out of 4 flames
Overall Star Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
Reviewed by Naughty Book Snitch Kay

Sometimes going after the bad guy you find the good girl…

When DEA agent Mateo Juarez is given the mission to infiltrate the Dumas drug cartel’s compound and erase the entire organization, he doesn’t count on falling for Sophia, the head honcho’s daughter…


Mateo Juarez is a man on a mission in more ways than one. He wants to avenge his brother’s death and he needs to infiltrate the Dumas crime family. He has become his cover, a skilled deadly assassin. After capturing the right hand man of Dumas, he has his in finally.

Sophia Dumas is the Dumas princess. Her father’s only heir and bargaining chip. Her father has offered her hand in marriage to his right hand but with him gone, he then promises her to one of two men. One a pedophile and the other a serial killer in waiting. Sophia has always been a good, dutiful daughter, despite her father’s attempt to give her to the most disgusting men.

When Sophia’s latest pleas to her father go unheard, she decides to take up her friend’s suggestion to have a night out on the town. She wants one night for herself before she has to marry a monster. She meets Mateo and the chemistry is off the charts. Later, when she realizes he’s become her latest suitor, she thinks that she’ll use Mateo like he’s using her.

I’ve always enjoyed Karin Tabke’s books in the past and this one wasn’t bad either. It just wasn’t everything I remembered her book being. The suspense was okay but not great. The sex was hot, sure enough but in the end it was just okay for me.

Book given in exchange for an honest review via NetGalley.
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