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To Trust A Thief (Entangled Scandalous)

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  • Posted March 8, 2013

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    Bryant Westley is a master thief of all things that is until a s

    Bryant Westley is a master thief of all things that is until a strong minded Minuette comes into the picture. Now Bryant has gone from a ruthless, uncaring thief to putty in her hands. This wouldn’t be so bad if they weren’t both after the same thing…or the fact that being with him puts her in terrible danger. Knowing he couldn’t bear to lose his most precious and desired treasure, Bryant must find a way to get her out of this alive or lose her forever.




    Minuette Sinclair is far from being an eloquent lady. A tomboy at heart and a klutz would fit her better. To make matter’s worse she eaves dropped on the wrong conversation and now she is racing to find the treasure before Bryant can get his hands on it. This should be easy, though, considering he seems to only want his hands on her and to make things more complicated she feels the exact same. Not a good mix when you are rushing to find hidden treasure.




    It seems Minuette’s reaction to Bryant is completely mutual. Both having an overwhelming desire for each other creates a bit of a problem considering Bryant’s employer is a crazed criminal who is in a big hurry to get his jewels and they seem to spending more time exploring each other than searching for it.




    This book was an extremely slow start. The repetitive reminder of Minuette’s life decisions seemed to take up the first seventy pages of the book and is the biggest reason for the rating. To the author’s credit and future readers the book picks up in pace a good bit after the first seventy pages and the plot was quite enjoyable. Overall, it was a good read but not something I think I would pick up again.




    Reviewed by Dani for Cocktails and Books

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