All that glitters may not be gold.
When an antique gold show comes to Vegas, artifact-hunter Sara Wilde's job is simple: to locate and liberate a set of relics rumored to give their bearers access to an ancient, incredible power. Yet within the Connected community, whispers of a war against magic draw every psychic, mystic, warlock, and witch to Sin City. The most powerful Connected also covet the infamous relics, but no one wants them more than Sara's client—the insufferably arrogant, criminally sensual, and endlessly evasive Magician.
And what the Magician wants...
Sara's heist takes a turn for the trickier as the smoky-eyed specter from her past, Detective Brody Rooks, is assigned to investigate a break-in at the gold show, forcing her to confront the one man in Vegas she can't bluff. Even worse, just as she finally gets her hands on the goods, the game changes anew. The resulting chase leads her across the world to an ancient Egyptian temple filled with secrets, deception... and hints about her own abilities that could change everything. Desperate for answers, Sara is forced to turn to the one person she knows will manipulate, obfuscate and beguile to get whatever he craves. Only now, it seems, the Magician wants her.
Sometimes, when the deck is stacked against you… you've got to play the Wilde Card.
Really, this is a great series
I never write reviews, but this one is worth the time. Excellent series for those who enjoy a capable, strong, female protagonist.
Best part of the book was the initial heist with Zee, though throwing Nigel under the bus was also great. The rest is mostly bouncing around the love square. Found a few typos. This book was more fanfiction-y with all the sexual healing, and continues to send problematic messages about consent. Llyr seems random and insubstantial outside of being a plot device.