Review: Thief by Lily Harlem

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Review: Thief by Lily Harlem

"Stealing cars was easy when hot wiring was the key, but now Kat has to rely on more seductive methods to earn her living. When ex-military loner, John, becomes her latest victim, this sexy little thief soon realises she's bitten off more than she can chew."Kat uses her female charm and womanly attributes to pinch elite cars for her unscrupulous boss, Carlos. But when John Taylor becomes her latest hit, Kat finds herself at the receiving end of a gentle, expert seduction by a man who's not all he appears.

Despite their night of passion, Kat has no choice but to take John's car-Carlos knows where she lives. What she doesn't bargain on is so does John!

In a week of sex and danger, honesty and kink, the immoral couple become inextricably tangled in one another's lives. Emotions and desires reach boiling point as they push each other to their limits in and out of the bedroom. Can each handle the other and will they ever be able to trust one another enough to open their hearts?

 

Title: Thief
Author: Lily Harlem
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: High-Sticked, Grand Slam, Berets and Bras, Christmas Crackers: Candy Canes and Coal Dust
Published by Total-e-Bound Publishing
Source: Author
Published: September 13, 2010
Genres: Erotic Contemporary Romance
Pages: 268
See the title at Goodreads
Purchase your copy: Visit the Author's Website

Stars: four-stars
Flames: five-flames

 

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This was a good read. Thief was well written with plenty of action and storyline as well as erotic scenes to keep the reader interested and reading to see what happens between the two main characters.

This book takes place over the course of a week for the main part of it and it was never boring. Kat and John keep each other on their toes not to mention many other positions. The pace was just right with never a moment that I just wanted to stop reading.

We are given background on both main characters throughout the story which lets us see why they make the decisions that they do. They were several twists in this story that I was not expecting but in the end it was still a great story.

John is a perfect match for Kat. They are from opposite backgrounds as well as jobs but that is what makes them great together. Now they both need the same thing from each other. If only they can see that and not throw it away from foolish pride. The bad guy in this story Carlos was very well written and I loved seeing him get what was coming.

I would recommend checking out this book. Throughout the book all I kept thinking about was the movie Gone in 60 seconds. The plot isn’t the same but she just stole the cars so smoothly.

Rachel

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