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It’s bad enough that Tara has to go on trial against the mortgage-frauding “Tennis Racketeers” who cheated banks and homeowners out of millions in between doubles matches. Now she has to go undercover—in a strip club—to strip the sleazeball owner of his indeed illegal livelihood. At least she’s working as a bookkeeper, not a pole dancer. And who needs tips when her underco It’s bad enough that Tara has to go on trial against the mortgage-frauding “Tennis Racketeers” who cheated banks and homeowners out of millions in between doubles matches. Now she has to go undercover—in a strip club—to strip the sleazeball owner of his indeed illegal livelihood. At least she’s working as a bookkeeper, not a pole dancer. And who needs tips when her undercover crush, Special Agent Nick, is the club’s bodyguard? With so many hot bodies on display, Tara agrees to join her boss, Lu “the Lobo” Lobozinski, in her daily workouts at the Y. Lu’s on a health kick after recovering from cancer, and she’s pulled her leotards, tights, and hot-pink leg warmers out of mothballs. Which is okay with Tara. If she hopes to put Mr. Geils behind bars, grab the tennis boys by the balls, and lock lips with the unsuspecting Nick, she needs to be in the best shape of her life…


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It’s bad enough that Tara has to go on trial against the mortgage-frauding “Tennis Racketeers” who cheated banks and homeowners out of millions in between doubles matches. Now she has to go undercover—in a strip club—to strip the sleazeball owner of his indeed illegal livelihood. At least she’s working as a bookkeeper, not a pole dancer. And who needs tips when her underco It’s bad enough that Tara has to go on trial against the mortgage-frauding “Tennis Racketeers” who cheated banks and homeowners out of millions in between doubles matches. Now she has to go undercover—in a strip club—to strip the sleazeball owner of his indeed illegal livelihood. At least she’s working as a bookkeeper, not a pole dancer. And who needs tips when her undercover crush, Special Agent Nick, is the club’s bodyguard? With so many hot bodies on display, Tara agrees to join her boss, Lu “the Lobo” Lobozinski, in her daily workouts at the Y. Lu’s on a health kick after recovering from cancer, and she’s pulled her leotards, tights, and hot-pink leg warmers out of mothballs. Which is okay with Tara. If she hopes to put Mr. Geils behind bars, grab the tennis boys by the balls, and lock lips with the unsuspecting Nick, she needs to be in the best shape of her life…

30 review for Death, Taxes, and Hot-Pink Leg Warmers

  1. 4 out of 5

    Book Concierge

    2.5** From the book jacket: It’s bad enough that Tara has to go on trial against the mortgage-frauding “Tennis Racketeers” who cheated banks and homeowners of millions in between doubles matches. Now she has to go undercover – in a strip club – to strip the sleazeball owner of his indeed illegal livelihood. At least she’s working as a bookkeeper, not a pole dancer. And who needs tips when her undercover crush, Special Agent Nick, is the club’s bodyguard? My Reactions This is book five in the series 2.5** From the book jacket: It’s bad enough that Tara has to go on trial against the mortgage-frauding “Tennis Racketeers” who cheated banks and homeowners of millions in between doubles matches. Now she has to go undercover – in a strip club – to strip the sleazeball owner of his indeed illegal livelihood. At least she’s working as a bookkeeper, not a pole dancer. And who needs tips when her undercover crush, Special Agent Nick, is the club’s bodyguard? My Reactions This is book five in the series featuring IRS Special Agent Tara Holloway. I haven’t read any of the others, and picked this one strictly to meet a challenge for a pink cover. I like that Kelly has given us the premise of a strong female heroine – intelligent, resourceful, powerful – but she doesn’t really deliver. I could do with fewer segues to think about what Tara and Nick might be doing in bed, and more concentration on the professional woman. In fairness, the hot-pink cover, not to mention the title, was a pretty good clue that this would be a lighter, fluffier “crime” novel. It’s a fast read and mildly entertaining, but I’m in no hurry to read more of the series.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Danielle The Book Huntress (Back to the Books)

    Another hilarious installment in this series. I love spending time with IRS Special Agent Tara Holloway, who can't seem to stay out of trouble in the line of duty. Reviewed for Affaire de Coeur Magazine. http://affairedecoeur.com. Another hilarious installment in this series. I love spending time with IRS Special Agent Tara Holloway, who can't seem to stay out of trouble in the line of duty. Reviewed for Affaire de Coeur Magazine. http://affairedecoeur.com.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Moondance

    Nothing like taking a baseball bat to the head to ruin a girl's faith in herself. Tara, her partner Nick, DEA agent Christina and police detective Aaron are working undercover in a strip club to take down meth dealers. I don't know why I waited so long between books in this series. Tara is one of my all time favorite characters. She gets into situations that make me laugh, cry and keep me coming back for more. Working as a bookkeeper in a shady strip club while continuing to carry out her daily inv Nothing like taking a baseball bat to the head to ruin a girl's faith in herself. Tara, her partner Nick, DEA agent Christina and police detective Aaron are working undercover in a strip club to take down meth dealers. I don't know why I waited so long between books in this series. Tara is one of my all time favorite characters. She gets into situations that make me laugh, cry and keep me coming back for more. Working as a bookkeeper in a shady strip club while continuing to carry out her daily investigations for the IRS has Tara stretched thin. Oh, and her relationship with Nick is heating up. I must say that I was Team Brett for a long time but I am very happy to see Tara with Nick. Adding to the already full day, Lu has decided that she needs to get in better shape and drags Tara along with her to the gym. These books brighten my day. Tara gets into situations that are intense and sometimes baffling. (I will never look at a frozen turkey the same again!) I love how dedicated to her job Tara is. Once she has an assignment it is game on. The secondary characters were excellent. I wanted to know so much more about aging former showgirl, Bernice. I love when Tara's parents are a part of the story as well. There was a very nice conclusion to Tara's relationship with Brett. That made me happy. I have the next book lined up to read. I plan to get caught up with the series in the new year. This is a fun, action packed series that I highly recommend.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Linda

    I really enjoyed this book! Tara's cases were interesting and I love the relationship between Tara and Nick. I really wish the book had ended about a chapter before it did since I did not like what happened at the very end. Luckily I am reading the next book later this month so I will see what happens next!

  5. 4 out of 5

    K.C. Hilton

    OMG! That ending! Damn good stuff! A+++ Well done, Kelly.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Tina Axell

    Lucky me, I started reading this series just a couple months ago and was able to finish one book and dive right into the next. Now I will have to wait a couple of months for the next installment to be released...and what a cliffhanger Ms. Kelly has left on this one! Can't wait to meet up with Tara and Nick again!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Kaitlin

    This is probably one of my favorite within the series... I can't wait to read the next one!! :)

  8. 4 out of 5

    Diane Segura

    Funny and entertaining. Loved this book.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Roger

    A good book, as both series has been. APL

  10. 5 out of 5

    Dre

    Lou is one of my favorite characters in this series.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Sylvia McIvers

    I usually enjoy this series. This book, not so much. There's a double plot, The Tennis Racketeers cheating on real estate mortgages and a strip club dealing drugs & not paying taxes on that income. There's some lovely snark at the rich racketeers, some lovely pathos at the club, and the humor seems to be directed at Tara's fat, fat boss deciding to get some exercise in, wait for it, hot pink legwarmers & clothing several decades out of date. Bleah. Although the other context where the legwarmers s I usually enjoy this series. This book, not so much. There's a double plot, The Tennis Racketeers cheating on real estate mortgages and a strip club dealing drugs & not paying taxes on that income. There's some lovely snark at the rich racketeers, some lovely pathos at the club, and the humor seems to be directed at Tara's fat, fat boss deciding to get some exercise in, wait for it, hot pink legwarmers & clothing several decades out of date. Bleah. Although the other context where the legwarmers show up is moderately amusing.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Chelsey Wolford

    Tara Holloway and I are best friends. I am serious. If she were a real character, we would be the best of friends. Diane Kelly is a phenomenal writer and I agree with many other reviews I have read in saying that this is the best book in the series yet. Diane writes this fast-paced lifestyle and these characters that all feel real. I have never been so interested in tax evasion before this series! The only thing that I always hate about her books is that I am left wanting more, and in this case Tara Holloway and I are best friends. I am serious. If she were a real character, we would be the best of friends. Diane Kelly is a phenomenal writer and I agree with many other reviews I have read in saying that this is the best book in the series yet. Diane writes this fast-paced lifestyle and these characters that all feel real. I have never been so interested in tax evasion before this series! The only thing that I always hate about her books is that I am left wanting more, and in this case I am stuck waiting until October of this year for the next book in this series. Again, this book is filled with filthy bad guys trying to evade taxes, and a spunky Tara Holloway who is right on their trail. Diane Kelly can put readers in some pretty unpredictable, filthy scenarios full of drugs, strippers, prostitutes, you name it and while all this is going on I am loving every minute of it. Diane really knows how to draw readers into a scene. I always know what is going on and it’s almost as if I am a tiny camera sitting on Tara’s shoulder. Diane makes readers a part of the story and really allows them to connect with other characters in the same way that Tara does. She gives them each crazy, funny, quirky personalities in order to make them stand out. These books just keep getting better and better. I swear I do not know how she does it! Diane Kelly is one of my favorite authors because of her Tara Holloway series. Tara becomes more of a pistol with each book, and to be honest I will so sad to ever see this story end. Her sex scenes are steamy, her action scenes have me on the edge of my seat, and the moments when you think you know for sure what is going to happen next she comes in and sets off fireworks! ***A copy of this book was provided to me by the publishers at St. Martin’s Paperbacks in exchange for my honest review***

  13. 5 out of 5

    Lynn Spencer

    4.5 stars This is one of the more entertaining installments in the Tara Holloway series. Yes, some of the tired old gags are still there but they're not relied upon quite as heavily this time around. In their place, we get some real storytelling and it's good stuff. First of all, those who have been reading the entire series are going to want to know which guy Tara ends up with. This book pretty much resolves it - at least for now. I'm not usually a fan of love triangles. However, the author 4.5 stars This is one of the more entertaining installments in the Tara Holloway series. Yes, some of the tired old gags are still there but they're not relied upon quite as heavily this time around. In their place, we get some real storytelling and it's good stuff. First of all, those who have been reading the entire series are going to want to know which guy Tara ends up with. This book pretty much resolves it - at least for now. I'm not usually a fan of love triangles. However, the author does a good job with this one. Depending on which guy you're rooting for, you may not like the outcome, but I did think the author wrote it gracefully. And then there's the mystery. My husband and I joke that every law enforcement series eventually seems to end up in a strip club and that's exactly what happens here. Tara and some of her IRS colleagues are pulled into a federal investigation of a strip club believed to be involved in the drug trade - and perhaps some failure to report taxable earnings. So, Tara goes into the club undercover as a bookkeeper and while there, gets a pretty eye-opening look at how that industry works. Some of what she sees is pretty sobering stuff and that's part of what makes this such a good book. We have some of Tara's trademark snark, but we also get to see a new side of her as she ponders what makes her new co-workers tick and as she confronts some of the demons they struggle with working in this environment. The mixture of humor with more thoughtful musings worked well and I started to like Tara even more after reading this book. As with others in the series, this book ends on a bit of a cliffhanger, so I'm anxious to get started on the next installment!

  14. 4 out of 5

    My Book Addiction and More MBA

    I liked the general plot of this book- going undercover to catch the bad guys, while dealing with the day to day of the usual casework, throw in a hot partner and there ya go. I didn’t know this was a 3rd or 4th book of a series, or I would have been aware of the fact the main character is in the IRS, and talks way too much about taxes and people getting over on the government. I, myself, am not a fan of taxes, so that was a bit distracting to me and decreased my level of enjoyment a bit. Most r I liked the general plot of this book- going undercover to catch the bad guys, while dealing with the day to day of the usual casework, throw in a hot partner and there ya go. I didn’t know this was a 3rd or 4th book of a series, or I would have been aware of the fact the main character is in the IRS, and talks way too much about taxes and people getting over on the government. I, myself, am not a fan of taxes, so that was a bit distracting to me and decreased my level of enjoyment a bit. Most readers would know about that ahead of time though, and wouldn’t have issues with it. Nick, Tara, and the others are engaging, believable, have a great chemistry, and work well together throughout the book. I did find it a little hard to believe that although Tara is working undercover on one case, she was allowed to testify for a second one and be recorded for news bits in the same town. I get Dallas is big, but strippers and drug runners watch TV too right? Wouldn’t you try to avoid the risk of getting caught and avoid the trial altogether, let your partner handle the face to face? On a side note, I enjoyed the visual of Nick with his 80s mustache, and Tara in her 80s leg warmers. As for heat rating, the buildup of heat and tension between the two leading up to their “special night” was a nice change from the usual romance and made me think how fun it would be to plan a “no nooky” month in my house for a little while, just to see what kind of alternatives we could come up with… Rating: 4 HEAT Rating: Hot Reviewed By: Daysie W. Courtesy of: My Book Addictions and More

  15. 5 out of 5

    Teena in Toronto

    Tara is an IRS agent and has two cases on the go. Four men dubbed the "Tennis Racketeers" have ripped off desperate homeowners and taken their homes. Tara and her partner, Eddie, investigate and testify at the trial. In the other case, Tara becomes an undercover bookkeeper at a strip club where it's suspected the slimy owner is dealing drugs. Nick, Tara's new boyfriend and fellow IRS agent, is also working undercover at the club as a bodyguard, This is the fifth book in the Tara Holloway series ( Tara is an IRS agent and has two cases on the go. Four men dubbed the "Tennis Racketeers" have ripped off desperate homeowners and taken their homes. Tara and her partner, Eddie, investigate and testify at the trial. In the other case, Tara becomes an undercover bookkeeper at a strip club where it's suspected the slimy owner is dealing drugs. Nick, Tara's new boyfriend and fellow IRS agent, is also working undercover at the club as a bodyguard, This is the fifth book in the Tara Holloway series (I've read the previous ones) and the sixth book I've read by this author. It works as a stand alone as there was enough information from the past ones so you know what's going on. I enjoyed this book. I liked the writing style ... it was funny and sarcastic. It is written in first person perspective from Tara's point of view. As a head's up, there is swearing and adult activity. I like Tara and Nick together ... they seem well-suited and fun together. I did find their constant obsession with having sex annoying ... it's all they seemed to think and talk about. It was interesting to see how Tara's view of the world of strippers changed as she worked at the club and she got to know the workers. I like the supporting characters like Eddie, Tara and Nick's parents, etc. I'm enjoying this series and look forward to reading more. We were left with quite a cliffhanger in this one! Blog review post: http://www.teenaintoronto.com/2014/08...

  16. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth

    This book was so not as good as the last 4 were. I've come to really enjoy this series and was kind of disappointed with the events in this one. Like for example the major killer cliffhanger. Why oh why did she do that to me! Then there was the fact that I hated most of the secondary characters in the book mainly the strip club workers. Also the overly happy ending to the romances in the book were annoying. Oh and the build up towards Nick and Tara's special night really lead to disappointment f This book was so not as good as the last 4 were. I've come to really enjoy this series and was kind of disappointed with the events in this one. Like for example the major killer cliffhanger. Why oh why did she do that to me! Then there was the fact that I hated most of the secondary characters in the book mainly the strip club workers. Also the overly happy ending to the romances in the book were annoying. Oh and the build up towards Nick and Tara's special night really lead to disappointment for me. I think though that maybe there should have been some mandatory therapy for Tara after the last book. Then she wouldn't had the problems with work that she had going on in this one. The best thing about this book was Lu the Lobo and those dang hot pink leg warmers. I absolutely loved the discription of her exercise clothes. I will be continuing this series, and I hope for more next time.

  17. 5 out of 5

    ❂ Jennifer

    Well, I'm not sure about then ending, but the rest of this book is excellent! Great characters, snappy dialogue and excellent story lines. I enjoy the way the author goes between two or more story lines in these books, each story lines is a nice break from the other and it keeps things interesting. The main plot line was intense, so the secondary plot offered a breather and I enjoyed reading about the individual agencies working together. The sexual tension between Nick and Tara is excellent and t Well, I'm not sure about then ending, but the rest of this book is excellent! Great characters, snappy dialogue and excellent story lines. I enjoy the way the author goes between two or more story lines in these books, each story lines is a nice break from the other and it keeps things interesting. The main plot line was intense, so the secondary plot offered a breather and I enjoyed reading about the individual agencies working together. The sexual tension between Nick and Tara is excellent and the author does an excellent job with the writing - enough to be steamy, not *so* much as to be veering into erotic writing. This has been a strong series from the beginning and I'm looking forward to the next book, which luckily is only a couple of months away.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Kaye

    This is the fifth book in the series, and Diane Kelly does not disappoint. This book has Tara working twice as hard as normal, literally. They are investigating the "Tennis Racketeers" who bilked unsuspecting people out of millions with their mortgage scam, and working undercover at a strip joint who may be serving more than pole dances and alcohol. Tara is working as a bookkeeper at the joint, while Nick is a security/bouncer, and Christina is working as a cocktail waitress. Lobo has started a This is the fifth book in the series, and Diane Kelly does not disappoint. This book has Tara working twice as hard as normal, literally. They are investigating the "Tennis Racketeers" who bilked unsuspecting people out of millions with their mortgage scam, and working undercover at a strip joint who may be serving more than pole dances and alcohol. Tara is working as a bookkeeper at the joint, while Nick is a security/bouncer, and Christina is working as a cocktail waitress. Lobo has started a workout program, and Tara is going with her, wearing the pink legwarmers Lobo gave her. As usual, there are plenty of laughs. some sexy scenes, and unexpected events. I always wait impatiently for her books to come out.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Veronica

    While I didn't like this book as much as the previous two entries in the series it was still an enjoyable book overall. This time around Tara and the gang are out to bring down a club owner who may or may not be running drugs and prostitution out of his business. On the personal front, Tara and Nick are finally free to explore their relationship, but with some limitations. I found those limitations annoying and rather than ratcheting up the sexual tension I actually think this plot point deflate While I didn't like this book as much as the previous two entries in the series it was still an enjoyable book overall. This time around Tara and the gang are out to bring down a club owner who may or may not be running drugs and prostitution out of his business. On the personal front, Tara and Nick are finally free to explore their relationship, but with some limitations. I found those limitations annoying and rather than ratcheting up the sexual tension I actually think this plot point deflated it somewhat. Tara takes some action in the end that I found disappointing, even if I can understand why she did it, but at least this time there are consequences. The ending leaves me curious to see how the story will move forward from here.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Kay Hudson

    I love Kelly's Tara Holloway series. In this book, Tara is going after mortgage fraud by day, working undercover (as a bookkeeper) at a strip club by night, and thinking about getting together with Nick Pratt just about all the time. Full of secondary characters we've come to know (including Christina the DEA agent) and a few new ones. Each of these books has at least one scene that truly makes me laugh out loud. In Hot Pink Leg Warmers, that scene involves a Vietnamese grandmother with OCD and I love Kelly's Tara Holloway series. In this book, Tara is going after mortgage fraud by day, working undercover (as a bookkeeper) at a strip club by night, and thinking about getting together with Nick Pratt just about all the time. Full of secondary characters we've come to know (including Christina the DEA agent) and a few new ones. Each of these books has at least one scene that truly makes me laugh out loud. In Hot Pink Leg Warmers, that scene involves a Vietnamese grandmother with OCD and a hand vacuum cleaner. And you don't want to miss Tara's solution to being chased by a hit man. I've fallen behind on this series (so many books, so little time), but that just means I have three more waiting on the shelf.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Elaine

    OH MY GOSH!!! This is the best one yet. Lobo did not fail to impress AT ALL. Nick and the 'stach, oh my. I think I may have had a few hot flashes. Loved Tara's names for everyone at the club, to include Swiss Cheese, BAWAHAHA!!! Don't forget the flying turkey, so not expected. Really loved how the reunion went, so fitting for them. But the heat...I am not saying any more, but holy smokes, it was SMOKING!!! I am so happy!! And it wasn't even me, but a girl can dream right? But the two words were OH MY GOSH!!! This is the best one yet. Lobo did not fail to impress AT ALL. Nick and the 'stach, oh my. I think I may have had a few hot flashes. Loved Tara's names for everyone at the club, to include Swiss Cheese, BAWAHAHA!!! Don't forget the flying turkey, so not expected. Really loved how the reunion went, so fitting for them. But the heat...I am not saying any more, but holy smokes, it was SMOKING!!! I am so happy!! And it wasn't even me, but a girl can dream right? But the two words were SHOCKING, so I hope I can hold out until October and Green Tea Ice Cream. Thanks Diane for all the humor, danger and loving.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Tiffany

    I didn't know whether to envy or pity poor Tara when the Lobo gifted her with a pair 80s style leg warmers...but they seemed to come in handy (and become a trend...lol). This novel is my favorite so far as I couldn't turn the pages fastest enough or get enough of the one-month-Nick-Tara love trial. TORTURE! Tara and her trigger-happy turkey-tossing-self is my new hero. The story is full of funny one-liners and even funnier characters (machine-gun-sneezer). Diane Kelly left me speechless on the l I didn't know whether to envy or pity poor Tara when the Lobo gifted her with a pair 80s style leg warmers...but they seemed to come in handy (and become a trend...lol). This novel is my favorite so far as I couldn't turn the pages fastest enough or get enough of the one-month-Nick-Tara love trial. TORTURE! Tara and her trigger-happy turkey-tossing-self is my new hero. The story is full of funny one-liners and even funnier characters (machine-gun-sneezer). Diane Kelly left me speechless on the last line...I can't wait for the new book in October!

  23. 5 out of 5

    Kate

    I don't understand why many people classify this as a cozy mystery... It read more like a Stephanie Plum novel with a lot of procedural elements and graphic sex scenes. I was surprised by that! The book was witty and moved along pretty quickly but I felt myself drifting at all the court room scenes. Maybe it's because I am In court all the time in my line of work, but I will say that I thought it was nice to read a book where the laws, court scenes, procedures, etc. were all represented pretty a I don't understand why many people classify this as a cozy mystery... It read more like a Stephanie Plum novel with a lot of procedural elements and graphic sex scenes. I was surprised by that! The book was witty and moved along pretty quickly but I felt myself drifting at all the court room scenes. Maybe it's because I am In court all the time in my line of work, but I will say that I thought it was nice to read a book where the laws, court scenes, procedures, etc. were all represented pretty accurately. I may try another in the series.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Dawn

    *I received the book for free through Goodreads First Reads* I really liked this one, although Tara's reasoning for her actions near the end are questionable. I did like the overall story and humor. The ending did make me sit up and say "Wait! Where's the next one!". I really like this series and author. What was really great was Diane signing the book. She's right "A good book is ALWAYS in fashion", especially if that includes pink leg warmers. :D

  25. 5 out of 5

    Nora-adrienne

    Tara, Nick, Christine and the gang are hip deep in it this time. While Tara is busy with one case, she's also undercover in a strip club. Lots of action, innuendo, and law breaking going on. I can't wait for the next book in this series to make its appearance.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Leslie aka StoreyBook Reviews

    Love this series! although for a cozy it got a little risque there near the end when Tara and Nick finally hook up! interesting twist in the end so I can't wait to read the next book to see what happens!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Debbie

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  28. 4 out of 5

    Liz Lipperman

    Love this series. This author knows how to keep the reader turning the pages and laughing like crazy. The other Tara Holloway adventures were great, but this on is my favorite. Can't wait for the next Holloway adventure.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Gretchen

    I like this series and I like these characters. This one involves two cases, one a trial on a mortgage company scam, and the other a drugs and prostitution bust at a strip club. Also, we find out whether Tara and Nick get together or whether she chooses to go back with Brett.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Chuck

    Another great adventure with Tara and the gang. Tara totally went off the deep end at the end of the assignment which painted her in a very very bad light. And of course there's a cliff hanger that makes automatically jump in to the next book to find out what happens

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