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Publisher Description

I am a world-class thief. Or I was, before I got pinched and landed in prison. After I served my time, I decided to get on the right side of the law, or as much as my job at Jameson Force Security allows. The lines sometimes blur, which suits me just fine. My name might be Saint, but I’m a devil to most.



My plan to go legitimate is going as anticipated, until my past and present collide in a big way. While in Paris preparing to take down a ring of highly specialized thieves, I come face-to-face with my biggest threat—and my most dangerous temptation.



Sindaria “Sin” Westin was the love of my life, until her betrayal landed me behind bars. Now I’ve got to find a way to trust her again, at least long enough to pull off this job. When it becomes clear the price for this heist will be our lives, I realize I need to do whatever it takes to keep Sin safe, even if it means trading my life for hers. Because no matter the lies I’ve told myself, Sin’s greatest theft was the day she stole my heart.

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2020
January 7
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
265
Pages
PUBLISHER
Big Dog Books, LLC
SELLER
Big Dog Books, LLC
SIZE
499.9
KB

Customer Reviews

mpatane5 ,

Fantastic!

I absolutely enjoyed this second chance storyline with a suspense element. I loved the chemistry between Saint and Sin. The twist and turns will keep you intrigued until the end. Joe Arden and Mackenzie Cartwright’s narration is fantastic! A great listen.

The Dash54 ,

Love the series, wasn’t a fan of this one

I love Saint and Sin. I liked their story but just didn’t stay as “engaged” in reading this one until later on near the end. This one was disappointing.

Stripeness ,

Fun but flawed

Having a bit of trouble as mentioned in earlier review, with the series leads being good relationship/marriage material. It just doesn’t mesh with the job IMO. So there’s that, but claim still reading!

This book has the added ouch of a humiliated escaped villain apparently just no longer being a concern. That was painful.

All that said, I *love* Sawyer’s practice of including the male perspective. We get a chance to fall in love with the guy too. And she doesn’t overdo on he-said/she-said. Both sides are perfectly imperfect.

YES, I’m on to the next book!

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