“A sexy, fun, cat-and-mouse chase that hooked me from page one!” —JENNIFER PROBST, New York Times & USA Today Bestselling Author of The Marriage Bargain
I'm a wanted jewel thief.
What's that saying? Keep your friends close...and your husband closer.
Being married to a federal agent certainly has its perks.
1. I just love the way that man looks in a suit.
2. This way I always know what the enemy is up to.
Spending my days lifting jewels and my nights tracking the Bureau should have been a genius plan. But the closer I get to Grant Emerson, the more dangerous this feels. With two million dollars' worth of diamonds on the line, I can't afford to fall for my own husband.
It turns out that the only thing worse than having a mortal enemy is being married to one. Because in our game of theft and seduction, only one of us will come out on top.
Good thing a cat burglar always lands on her feet.
Penelope Blue series:
Stealing Mr. Right (Book 1)
Saving Mr. Perfect (Book 2)
Seeking Mr. Wrong (Book 3)
Praise for Stealing Mr. Right:
"The minute I finished reading…I started it over. That's how good this book is! I laughed, I cried, and I fell totally in love with Grant Emerson and Penelope Blue, one of the most fascinating book couples I've ever read."—SANDRA OWENS, author of the bestselling K2 Special Services series
“Tamara Morgan has masterminded the perfect heist of the heart.” —KATIE LANE, USA Today bestselling author
“A rollicking romp that packs a surprising emotional punch.” —JENNY HOLIDAY, author of The Engagement Game
“This sexy cat and mouse game between an FBI agent and a jewel thief had me furiously flipping the pages until the very end.” —AJ PINE, author of The One That Got Away
Penelope Blue begins this lighthearted romantic crime drama tucked into an air duct, ready for her part in a jewel heist. It s foiled in the same way many of her schemes have been: by the presence of her husband, Grant Emerson, who not-so-coincidentally is the FBI agent tracking her team. The story jumps back and forth between the present day and the history of their relationship, which started as mutual recon and grew into something neither of them expected. The tale is lighthearted and wry, with the implied danger not actually adding much sense of threat. The intrigue and strong cast of secondary characters make for a fast read, and readers will be pleased with how the story plays out. The reader is left with a solid romance and a tease of mischief to come, though the loving relationship and the promise of further criminal activity are hard to reconcile.