Once a Thief (Silhouette Bombshell #49)

Once a Thief (Silhouette Bombshell #49)

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by Michele Hauf

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Once A Thief by Michele Hauf released on Oct 1, 2005 is available now for purchase.

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Once A Thief by Michele Hauf released on Oct 1, 2005 is available now for purchase.

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Bombshell , #49
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Michele Hauf lives in Minneapolis and has been writing since the 1990s.  A variety of genres keep her happily busy at the keyboard, including historical romance, paranormal romance, action/adventure and fantasy. Find her on Facebook at: Michele-Hauf-Author, and on Twitter @MicheleHauf, and also on Pinterest at: pinterest.com/toastfaery

Visit her website: michelehauf.com
Email Michele at:  toastfaery@gmail.com

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4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
harstan More than 1 year ago
One year ago Rachel Blu fled France to escape from her mentor Christian who raised her to be a master thief. She relocated in the American Midwest using her thieving skills to become a security consultant. Her current assignment, keeping a priceless gem safe, will make her reputation. However, the impossible has occurred and the gem is stolen and she knows who the thief is because only her former mentor could have pulled off such an impossible theft. Rachel knows that if she fails to recover the gem she will be the prime suspect especially when her previous occupation surfaces. She also concludes she needs help from a specialist when she begins her quest to regain the stolen gem. Thus she goes to friend and thief Jason Marland not knowing that turning to him in her hour of need will prove even more complex to her heart than stealing back the gem. --- This intriguing romantic suspense will grip readers with its cat and mouse contest between the teacher and the student. Rachel is a terrific protagonist who chose the right side of the law over the morality of her instructor. Jason is her perfect foil as she grants to herself that she loves him but also detests him due to his profession. Christian steals the show though his appearances are comparatively brief as he is not evil yet stealing is in his blood except when he suffers the severe head pains. Michele Hauf provides a fun thriller as it takes a thief to catch a thief. --- Harriet Klausner
Guest More than 1 year ago
Michele Hauf has written another winner. Once a Thief will keep you turning the pages just to discover what happens next. It is filled with action and danger. The heroine will touch your heart and make you want to hurt the villian in the most painful manner you can think of. I highly recommend reading this bombshell.