The Catspaw Collection (Catspaw I and Catspaw II)

The Catspaw Collection (Catspaw I and Catspaw II)

by Anne Stuart

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The Catspaw Collection (Catspaw I and Catspaw II) by Anne Stuart

“Blackheart is pure Stuart Bad Boy, so sexy he will knock your socks off.” —The Best Reviews

“Stuart proves it takes a thief to steal your heart!” —The Best Reviews

It takes a thief to steal her heart.

Catspaw 1

A reformed cat burglar. Can he be trusted? Self-made socialite Francesca “Ferris” Byrd is too sharp to be fooled by even the smartest—and sexiest—man, even when he’s notorious ex-thief Patrick Blackheart, now one of San Francisco’s most eligible bachelors. Blackheart runs a respectable security business these days, and seems like the perfect man to protect the fabulous Von Emmerling emeralds. All he has to do is make certain the jewels get back to their owner after an elite charity ball.

And all Ferris has to do is make sure he isn’t tempted to keep them. The problem is, temptation is Blackheart’s specialty, and from the moment they meet it’s clear that he’d love to steal Ferris away from her stodgy life.

When the emeralds disappear, Blackheart is a top suspect. His reputation—and Ferris’s hard-won social standing—are at stake. What’s a woman to do when she’s got to kick off her high heels and follow her heart?

Catspaw 2

He won her love. But is it enough to keep him out of trouble? Being engaged to sexy-hot reformed cat burglar Patrick Blackheart, now a legit security expert, is thrilling, but a challenge. Ferris Byrd has loosened up, but she’s still a law-abiding socialite, and Blackheart promised to steer clear of his old habits. If he doesn’t, the wedding is off.

When a string of jewel heists in Europe matches Blackheart’s recent travel itinerary, Ferris fears he’s succumbed to his old ways. Why was he secretive about his whereabouts? She wants to believe that someone’s setting him up,

but . . .

An exhibit of Faberge eggs at the San Francisco Museum is the ultimate catnip for a jewel thief, and Ferris is in charge of them. She’ll be ready and waiting to unmask this cat burglar.

She desperately hopes he’s not Blackheart.

Anne Stuart is currently celebrating forty-five years as a published novelist. She has won every major award in the romance field and appeared on the NYT Bestseller List, Publisher's Weekly, and USA Today. Anne Stuart currently lives in northern Vermont.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781611945997
Publisher: BelleBooks
Publication date: 04/08/2015
Pages: 282
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.64(d)

About the Author

Anne Stuart (b. 1948) is an American romance novelist who has written more than 100 books and is the recipient of the Romance Writers of America Lifetime Achievement Award, among other honors. Her first book was Barrett's Hill,a gothic romance published in 1974 when she had just turned 25. In addition to numerous stand-alone novels, she is the author of the series House of Rohan, Ice, and others. A native of Philadelphia, Stuart lives with her husband in Vermont.

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The Catspaw Collection (Catspaw I and Catspaw II) 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous 12 months ago
I love Anne stuart. Every time I see her name on a book, it is a must buy for me. I love her style of writing, her dark hero, and her feisty yet vulnerable heroine. The book catspaws itself wasn't as great as her other books, like the ice series or shadow lover but it's not bad considering it was written in the 80s. Obviously this is 2018 (going on 2019) things have changed alot since then, yet her characters are timeless, especially her dark heroes.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I read the original Catspaw I and II books and they were great. Originally published by harlequin romance, the updated versions are published by someone else who ruined really good books. Shame on Anne Stuart for being a money hungry writer who allowed this to happen