Code Name: Heist

Code Name: Heist

by Sawyer Bennett

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I am a world-class thief. Or I was, before I got pinched and landed in prison. After I served my time, I decided to get on the right side of the law, or as much as my job at Jameson Force Security allows. The lines sometimes blur, which suits me just fine. My name might be Saint, but I'm a devil to most.

My plan to go legitimate is going as anticipated, until my past and present collide in a big way. While in Paris preparing to take down a ring of highly specialized thieves, I come face-to-face with my biggest threat—and my most dangerous temptation.

Sindaria "Sin" Westin was the love of my life, until her betrayal landed me behind bars. Now I've got to find a way to trust her again, at least long enough to pull off this job. When it becomes clear the price for this heist will be our lives, I realize I need to do whatever it takes to keep Sin safe, even if it means trading my life for hers. Because no matter the lies I've told myself, Sin's greatest theft was the day she stole my heart.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161311943
Publisher: Big Dog Books, LLC
Publication date: 01/07/2020
Series: Jameson Force Security Series , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 323
File size: 538 KB

About the Author

Sawyer Bennett has released multiple books, many of which have appeared on the New York Times, USA Today and Wall Street Journal bestseller lists. A reformed trial lawyer from North Carolina, Sawyer believes in the good of others and uses real life experience to create relatable, sexy stories that appeal to a wide array of readers. From new adult to erotic contemporary romance, Sawyer writes something for just about everyone. Sawyer also writes general fiction under the pen name S. Bennett and sweet romance as Juliette Poe.

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Code Name: Heist 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 43 reviews.
MaimeosAngelsEL 13 days ago
5 star Review Code Name Heist (Jameson Force Security #3) by Sawyer Bennett What a gripping story which had me hooked from the first to the last chapter. Set in the world of illegal heists, betrayal and second chances. Book number three in the Jameson Force Security series, I found myself just as entertained and riveted as I was with the first two books in the series. This time it is Saint and Sindaria “Sin” Westin’s story and what a story it is. Saint is a reformed thief who now works for Jameson Security whilst Sin, is the woman who betrayed him, sent him to jail and was the love of his life. Sawyer Bennett writes a story that is equal parts romance and suspense which makes for a well balanced exciting and intriguing read. The story is faced paced and you cannot help but be drawn in to the tale that Ms. Bennett weaves. When an undercover job brings Saint face to face with Sin, he is shocked to discover that the feelings he has kept buried are trying to resurface. Sin knows he will never forgive her betrayal, if on,y he knew she did it to protect him. Behind the scenes, heart breaking things are happening at the Security company and that added a layer of sadness to the story that got to me; hopefully we will learn more in future books. Will Saint be able to keep Sin safe, as the past comes back to haunt them or will the increasing threats and danger put their lives in further jeopardy? Will Saint and Sin be able to come to terms with the past and re connect? Can they learn to trust one another again?
Raquel Cosme 2 days ago
Another good one !
CCholger 3 days ago
Sawyer Bennett is truly one of my favorite authors. She writes hockey gods like no other. Seriously, you need to check out her Cold Fury Hockey and Arizona Vengeance series. While I’m enjoying the Jameson Force Security series, it’s not up to the standards I have set in my mind for this author. The premise of this story is unique. Saint is a recovering thief, so to speak. He was betrayed by Sin, a current thief. Now that Saint has gone straight, he’s asked to infiltrate a crime ring that has been stealing artwork in Europe. Danger, fun, excitement. Throw in his old flame Sin being part of said crime ring, and you also have romance thrown in for good measure. I love both Saint and Sin, but just never felt their chemistry. Which is such a bummer when I really depend on this author to bring the heat. They are both such morally good people. I know, I know…that’s an odd thing to say due to their chosen profession. But as we get to know them both, we see they both have their reasons. They’re not innocent by any stretch of the imagination, but they do have a sort of honor. I wanted to feel their connection, I was rooting for them the whole time. It just never manifested for me. Again, the storyline is good. There is also a major shake-up at Jameson Security that really hits all of the men and women who work there hard. That particular storyline is set up to be deep and intense when it’s finally told. I still love all the characters involved in this series. Please don’t pass this one up. Sometimes I find it hard to give a fair review to authors I adore because I feel like I judge them more harshly than others; my expectations are higher. So,take that for what it’s worth.
Andrea Wade 6 days ago
loved it
Theresakerch-28 7 days ago
Great story the next installment in the Jameson Force Security series.is Code name heist. In this book we get Saint and Sin. I just love these names/characters together, notably given their occupations, and pasts. They are professional thrives and are now working together even after their past. Can they trust each other and will the be able to see eye to eye on their past and present. The story is quick and moves easily that you can’t put the book down. The characters are great the story is great and the chemistry is off the charts. I highly recommend and sawyer Bennett did not disappoint
Shanrock19 10 days ago
Female and male narrator did a great job. Liked her accent and tone of voice, and he fit the character of Saint well. Recommend listening! This can be read as a stand-alone; there are characters from previous books, but this is a full story on its own. This is the first book of this series I’ve read, and I wasn’t lost at all. Saint used to be a thief, but he went to jail for a couple years. After he got out, he joined a private security type crew. As part of that crew, he’s tasked with taking down a group of thieves in Paris. It just so happens the woman he was romantically involved with before going to prison is part of the crew too; it just so happens she was the one that got him caught. Sindaria “Sin”, has her reasons for betraying Saint, but I think she definitely could’ve thought of a better idea. Loved that Sin is capable and has her kick butt moments; she can be a tough cookie. Saint is mostly a sweet guy and it was great how much he supports Sin. Both Sin and Saint are the type of thief with a heart of gold, but I wasn’t exactly commiserating with them over their issues because sorry not sorry, but you guys are thieves. Both are likable characters though, and it was great to get a couple flashback scenes to when they first met. I didn’t quite feel the depth of their connection at first, but as the story went on the connection did get better. The sexy times were good; could’ve used a bit more detail, but I liked what was there. Loved the sweet moments between them. The heist stuff was lots of fun; I liked the art and jewelry aspect to the heists. A little bit more danger would’ve been great, but I really enjoy this type of story, so I found it all entertaining. Overall, I enjoyed the whole story and was entertained the whole time.
BookAngel_Emma 11 days ago
Saint and Sin have a long and complicated history; both leading a life of crime for honorable reasons but addicted to the rush the perfect theft creates. Although Saint has turned his life around since a stint behind bars, he finds himself embroiled in a dangerous consortium in order to take down an international syndicate. Coincidentally, Sin also finds herself trapped in the same organization bringing her face to face with one of her deepest regrets, Saint. The tension is high within Code Name: Heist in more ways than one. While Saint and Sin have a lot of issues to sort through, their connection to each other serves as a strong foundation to rebuild their relationship on. Code Name: Heist portrays the corruption of wealth and the avarice it can create; especially when actions are carried out by others ensure there are no consequences for the instigator. There is a lot of sub-plots within Code Name: Heist regarding other characters within the Jameson Force Security which will lead into their individual stories. The Jameson ‘family’ keeps growing and the bonds between the characters strengthen with each mission they undertake.
Jennann3 11 days ago
Saint started “working” as a child to help his mom with the bills. Saint enjoys the rush a good heist gives, but also knows his mom would be so disappointed in his “work”. After spending time in prison, Saint decides to straighten up and enlists. Although he proudly served his country, it just wasn’t the same “rush”. Saint is given the opportunity to use his skills as a world-class thief and serviceman when offered a job with Jameson Security. Saint’s first major job takes him back to his thieving days, working undercover to bring down a huge theft ring. Saint never thought he’d see Sin again, but soon realizes they have unfinished business. Sin, adopted and raised by a loving family, was raised to follow in her dad’s footsteps. Sin is one of the best in the business at cracking safes in record times. When a job goes wrong, she makes a decision to turn Saint over to the authorities. Little did Saint know Sin was making the choice out of love. Years later, he’s thrust back into her life and he hates her. But they’re supposed to work together to pull off the biggest heist of all time. Can they put aside their differences to pull off the heist? As much as I LOVE all things Sawyer Bennett, this novel is one of my absolute favorites! I honestly could not put it down! There are very few books that truly hold my attention long enough. I loved every unique aspect of this novel. I loved that he loved his mom so much he turned to a life of crime, but then tried to straighten up and enlisted. I sobbed that he was in jail when she passed because he never got to say goodbye. Sin and Saint (loved their names) were so in sync with each other. It was as though I was on the last heist with them because of the detail. Very well written, very unique, and sooo extremely captivating. Very suspenseful with a cagey cast of characters. Loved it! I read a gifted copy and all opinions stated are my own.
LynnB888 12 days ago
A reunion when they least expect it! CODE NAME: HEIST is book three in Sawyer Bennett's Jameson Force Security series and brings us the story of former world-class thief turned security expert Saint Bellinger. Saint has been a mystery to us so far in the series, so it's exciting to learn what made him tick and how he came to be imprisoned and to now be reforming his life. Sindaria was it for him ... until she was the reason he went to prison. Now back in Paris to bring down a major heist, he comes face to face with her again. Will her reasoning matter when the betrayal cut so deep? I recommend this book to anyone who enjoys the mystique of a good theft ring with a love story wrapped around it. I enjoyed it a little less than the previous two books in the series, but it was still enjoyable and opened some doors for things happening for future books. The series is a lot of fun overall!
Lelim0612 13 days ago
I have been a fan of author Sawyer Bennett since I started reading her Cold Fury Hockey series. I have loved every book I have read of hers since then. I LOVE romance books, pretty much every genre, I have my favorites, sports (for some reason especially hockey), small town, Rockstar, movie star. Romantic intrigue, not as much. HOWEVER, I freaking LOVE Ms. Bennett’s Jameson Force Security series, well Code Name: Sentinel anyway. I have not had to chance/time to read Code Name: Genesis yet but believe me I will as soon as my life levels out and have more time to read. In my opinion, Ms. Bennett has a way of bringing her characters to life in a way that either makes you love them, Sin and Saint, or freaking hate them in the case of Neal. Nope, sorry ladies, not giving anything regarding other characters away. As far as our main characters Saint and Sin, I really enjoyed the way that Ms. Bennett redeveloped the relationship between them, especially after the betrayals. Even after everything that happened, their love just could not be brought down. The only thing I, myself missed was the mother/son relationship, I wish there could have been a bit more of that background story. I was gifted with a copy of this wonderful book for my reading enjoyment and my opinion and thoughts regarding the story. In my opinion this was/is a phenomenal book. Aaaand being from Pittsburgh, born and raised, I loved seeing becoming the background of this series. Which brings this book/series even closer to my heart. Thank you, Sawyer Bennett for sharing your phenomenal talents writing such wonderful stories and sharing them with your readers. When I pick up one of your books, I have come to realize over the past couple of years, that I will ALWAYS be entertained, and any problems I am going thru at the time, will take a backseat and leave those problems in the background while I am reading one of your books. And again, thank you for that. Thank you for reading my review. I hope I helped you decide to purchase and read this wonderful book from your favorite retailer. I know I could not wait for it to hit my tablet. Have a spectacular day!
avephoenix 13 days ago
Sin and Saint were meant to be together again. Their chemistry, and connection is so palpable, that I can feel the warmth of their feelings for each other right through the pages. They have history together, that is until she betrayed him and he end up in prison, now he wants answers and she'll have the chance to give them to him, but he also wants Sin back on his bed. Could that be possible? OMG, this books is intense, intriguing, fast-paced and so freaking hard to put down. It got me hooked right from the start; a nail-biting, toe-curling experience, with great suspense, and a wonderful array of characters. This is definitely a must read that you need to add to your tbr, or one-click at once. I can't wait to read the next installment in this fabulous series!!
BookObsession07 13 days ago
Very entertaining book! Enjoyed getting to imagine the world of these world-class theives and seeing the struggle between the good/bad side of each of them as the story progressed. Tons of action, passion and a second chance romance - although I really wasn't sure how that was going to happen! Great ride.
Bette313 13 days ago
Fantastic book and another winner in this amazing series! Fast paced high energy book with an incredible second chance romance at its core. Sin and Saint are both intriguing characters and you can't help but hope these two can find their way to a "normal" life. This book is very well written with a plotline that will grab your attention from the very first page. A definite must read. I highly recommend it.
PennieM 13 days ago
Saint...YES! So much right with this it has to be wrong but no it is not. He used to be a thief and now he is working for a Jameson Force Security and going undercover as a thief to help find the kingpin for an insurance company. Now he is back in Europe and who does he run into, the woman who set him up and the reason he went to prison, and oh yeah, the woman he was in love with...Sin. Saint and Sin...PERFECT. These two are perfect together. So much passion wrapped up in this one with twists and turns and so much sexy goodness from beginning to end!
cookie614 13 days ago
Saint might NOT be a saint per say but we can also say the same thing about Sindaira aka Sin .. they both have the right and wrong name for the profession they have come to know .. that is in there blood and in there hearts. They both want this to be there last job just for two different but also the same reason. They have history but can they have a future after all they go thought and for what they have all ready have gone through. Saint feels the hurt Sin caused him everyday missing his mom but if he knew why she did what she did maybe just maybe love will out weigh the good than the bad ... With this one last job to complete without the jurisdiction and help of the Jamison Group per say Saint will have to pull off Miracle if he wants to keep himself and Sin ALIVE !! The thrill of the ups and downs of the heists .. the love these two have for each other and the hope for a future is incredible ! The detail of each heist, the safe cracking detail was understandable, making you think you were right there .. click after tick after click !! Loved it !!
StephB 13 days ago
I had a lot of issues getting into this book. I’m really happy I gave it another try. It was worth the struggle because the story became great. I’m looking forward to see what happens next
charlligirl 13 days ago
I have so many questions I want to ask after reading this book. I don't even know where to begin. This was a very heartfelt story and I enjoyed the interactions between Saint and Sin. They really get each other and care for each other deeply. They don't always communicate effectively, but they are always thinking about how to keep the other safe. These guys at Jameson are incredible, but poor Cruce will never live down losing 3 women in his care. It will be the running joke of the group for many years. Kynan needs to reconsider his assignments. The side story in Syria saddened me, but it will make a great story to be told in due time. It will be interesting to see more of Saint and Sin in future books.
ascarberry 13 days ago
Saint was a world renowned thief until he was turned on by the love of his life. After doing his time in prison, he found he calling with Jamison Securities. When he asked to go undercover to bring down an international theft ring he doesn't expect to run into the love that sent him to prison. Sin has never known anything other than being a thief, however when she met Saint she saw herself with a normal life. That is until she had to turn on him in order to save him. When she's forced to work with him again, will she be able to stop those feeling from resurfacing? As always Ms. Bennett doesn't disappoint. This book is full of well developed characters that you fall in love with. I always find myself anticipating her next book.
Katiekoz 13 days ago
Code Name: Heist was a interesting and unique book. It took me a little bit to get sucked in, but then the story picked up and I needed to know how it was going to play out. Saint and Sin are smart, driven, and talented individuals who are very good at what they do. They're relationship is far from normal and has a lot of obstacles. Despite the many issues, they're great together. There was another aspect to the storyline that was so sad to read about. I can tell Sawyer isn't done with these characters yet and there is more yet to come.
HeatherLM 13 days ago
Code Name: Heist is the third book in the Jameson Force Security series by Sawyer Bennett. It is a second chance romance featuring Saint Bellinger & Sindaria "Sin' Weston. Saint is a former Marine & world class thief who is now employed with Jameson Force Security. His next job is to go to Paris and infiltrate a heist ring. When there he runs into a woman he use to love, Sin. Sin is also a thief. They used to work together until she got him in trouble and he had to serve time in jail. She had her reasons, but he didn't know about them. So he's spent years hating her. I really enjoyed watching these two get back together. I also enjoyed the action and suspense aspects of their story. And it's always good to see old "friends" aka characters we've read about previously. I'm looking forward to the next book in the series.
Jeannethinks 13 days ago
With a name like Saint we certainly don't expect a criminal, yet that is exactly what Saint Berringer was before he was betrayed and ended up in prison. Now he's part of the elite group at Jameson Force Security and is being tasked with infiltrating a ring of thieves planning a major heist. Saint never expected to face his past when he goes undercover. Sin is shocked to see Saint and definitely wants to clear the air. She still feels the chemistry that always pulled at them and she doesn't want to stay away. With the danger from the heist looming can they find a way out intact? This third book in the series is fast paced and filled with lots of turns. It's almost like Sawyer has a thief on speed dial.
JaneyC 13 days ago
4.5 This thief of mine stars This James Force Security series is becoming quite the must read for me. Amongst the many members of this elite pack, we are introduced to Saint Bellinger, a newbie employee. As well as having the deemed necessary experience in the military service, he also spent a period behind bars when his stint as a world class thief was thwarted. Quite a combination if your new job takes you back into that arena that bought you down. Also providing the perfect backstory to infiltrate, Saint finds himself not only revisiting familiar haunts, but reunites him with the main person who shattered his livelihood as well as his heart; Sindaria (Sin) Westin. Sin had a good enough reason to lead Saint to prison, and she remains firm in her decision. The opportunity to carry out one of the biggest heists yet, whilst reuniting with Saint, gives her hope for forgiveness and perhaps reconciliation. I keep saying I love the diversity & depth in Sawyers stories, so I’ll just repeat myself. Code Name:Heist contains suspense as well as romance, delivered in an easy to read format. The references to interlinking series, as well as other stories within this series is cutely clever, and the complexities in her story board must be getting quite a size now! I’m looking forward to the rest of this series, already knowing a fair bit about the MC’s..although Ghost might just be top of the pile. Complimentary copy gratefully received from the author in exchange for an honest review
MaimeosAngelsEL 13 days ago
5 star Review Code Name Heist (Jameson Force Security #3) by Sawyer Bennett What a gripping story which had me hooked from the first to the last chapter. Set in the world of illegal heists, betrayal and second chances. Book number three in the Jameson Force Security series, I found myself just as entertained and riveted as I was with the first two books in the series. This time it is Saint and Sindaria “Sin” Westin’s story and what a story it is. Saint is a reformed thief who now works for Jameson Security whilst Sin, is the woman who betrayed him, sent him to jail and was the love of his life. Sawyer Bennett writes a story that is equal parts romance and suspense which makes for a well balanced exciting and intriguing read. The story is faced paced and you cannot help but be drawn in to the tale that Ms. Bennett weaves. When an undercover job brings Saint face to face with Sin, he is shocked to discover that the feelings he has kept buried are trying to resurface. Sin knows he will never forgive her betrayal, if on,y he knew she did it to protect him. Behind the scenes, heart breaking things are happening at the Security company and that added a layer of sadness to the story that got to me; hopefully we will learn more in future books. Will Saint be able to keep Sin safe, as the past comes back to haunt them or will the increasing threats and danger put their lives in further jeopardy? Will Saint and Sin be able to come to terms with the past and re connect? Can they learn to trust one another again?
Sandy-thereadingcafe 13 days ago
4.25 stars-CODE NAME: HEIST is the third instalment in Sawyer Bennett’s contemporary, adult JAMESON FORCE SECURITY erotic, romantic suspense series focusing on the men and women who work for Jameson Force Security. This is former Marine/ thief Saint Bellinger, and art thief Sindaria ‘Sin’ Weston’s storyline. CODE NAME: HEIST can be read as a stand alone without any difficulty. Any important information from the previous instalment is revealed where necessary. The Jameson Force security series is a spin-off from the author’s WICKED HORSE VEGAS series, which in turn is a spin-off from her Wicked Horse Series. There is also a slight cross-over with the mention of the author’s Carolina Cold Fury Hockey Series, and Jameson Force Security agent Malik Fournier. You do not have to have read any of the previous series to follow or understand the current series. Told from dual first person perspectives (Saint and Sin) CODE NAME: HEIST follows former Marine and new Jameson Force Security agent Saint Bellinger on his latest assignment in Paris, face to face with the woman who almost destroyed his life. Saint, a one-time thief, has been tasked with infiltrating a high end, organized art theft ring in Europe, a ring that now uses the woman who betrayed him, landing him in prison. Enter Sindaria ‘Sin’ Westin. What ensues is the rebuilding romance and relationship between Saint and Sin, and the potential fall-out as Saint battles between head and heart in an effort to protect the woman he hasn’t stopped loving. Several years earlier Saint was destroyed when Sin set him up in a robbery gone wrong, a robbery that landed Saint in prison for two years but Sin had her reasons, reasons of which, she hoped Saint would forgive. Sin Westin is a virtual prisoner; an indentured slave to a man who has threatened the people she loves. Hoping one final job would grant her her freedom, Sin and Saint are forced to work together on a job that was the biggest they would ever encounter. The relationship between Sin and Saint is one of second chances; a rekindling romance between two people destroyed by betrayal, vengeance, and secrets. Saint had never stopped loving Sindaria Westin, and is willing to save her at any and all costs. The $ex scenes are passionate, steamy and hot. Several of the Jameson Force Security team members play secondary and supporting roles but when one of their own goes missing on assignment the team struggles to find the man who was as close as a brother. CODE NAME: HEIST is a story of second chances; of secrets and lies; of relationship and love. The premise is captivating and engaging; the romance is seductive and provocative; the characters are energetic, dynamic and charismatic. CODE NAME; HEIST is an intriguing and delightful addition to the Jameson Force Security.
Lbzoza 13 days ago
I love Sin and Saint. This was a fun book that didn’t disappoint! I love this series and can’t wait for more.