I'm the villain in most romances.
I'm a thief that steals happily ever afters.
Except unlike most romances, love doesn't conquer me, I conquer it.
I've stolen countless women from unsuspecting men.
Gotten my one night with them.
And then watched the heartbreak that occurs in my wake.
Love doesn't survive once I enter the picture, if it ever existed at all.
Although, stealing Sloane might be my greatest challenge of all.
Asher is a villain trying to a put a horrible life behind him by doing the only two things he knows to do: surf and steal. Sloane is an angel that runs a charity helping children needing a fresh start. Asher will do anything to have her. There is just one problem...she's about to marry another man.
Heart of a Thief
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A Dark story
This is another dark story that I really didn’t like - but couldn’t put down. It was hard for me to read with the depths that deviants went to for their sick pleasure. It had areas that weren’t really believable to me, but overall it’s well written and a good read if you’re not faint of heart. A fast paced story, with criminal actions, involving betrayal and pain, revenge, and finally love, ending with an HEA. Disclosure: I received an advance copy of this book and am voluntarily reviewing it.
First and foremost, having read so many books by Ella Miles the last few years, this one took me by surprise. I’ve been working my way through her back catalog, and the best thing I can say about this one, is that it shows how much she’s grown as an author. Even other books in this series were more enticing, and better written. This one is stilted at times, and doesn’t show off what an amazing author she is.
You want to like both characters, and they certainly have their moments. Asher is unapologetically who he is. Sloane is much the same. The both have good and bad, as anyone does. But the beginning of this book, and you are wanted as such, Asher is just mean. He hurts people for the sake of hurting them. Sloane is strong willed, and it serves her well. Especially when you get to know the characters a little better. They’ve both had some rough stuff happen.
I will say that at the core, the characters remain true to who they are, while both growing, and growing up.
If you’re trying to read all of the books by the author, you should read this. And to understand more about characters related. It is a standalone, but connected. It’s a quick read, and has some great moments.
This book was fantastic!! I absolutely loved it! I was hooked from the very first page!! I need more Asher and Sloane!!