Can a bad boy change for the better?
Thief Danny Burnett wonders if the heirloom ring in his possessiononce owned by a legendary masked banditis as powerful as his brothers say it is. But when heiress Abby Albertini steps back into his life after five long years, Danny knows he's about to find out....
Abby needs Danny's help to retrieve something he stole from her. Besides her heart. But Abby's not the naive girl she once was. She has a few naughty tricks up her sleeve. She'll get Danny's help, and teach him a lesson about payback that he won't soon forgetone hot, wicked night at a time!
|Series:||Legendary Lovers , #639|
|File size:||409 KB|
About the Author
Over the course of her career, New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author Julie Leto has published more than forty books—all of them sexy and all of them romances at heart. She’s a born-and-bred Floridian homeschooling mom with a love for her family, her friends, her dachshund, her lynx-point Siamese and supersexy stories with a guaranteed happy ending.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Five years ago Danny Burnett and Abby Albertini were falling in love. However, he rocked her world when he stole her family painting. Danny showed his true colors as an amoral art thief while Abby learned to never trust her heart. He wonders whether the two-century ring his brother Michael (see Too Wild to Hold) claims as magical really can change a master thief like him into an upright citizen. Danny will soon face the ultimate test of his attempts to go straight when Abby arrives in New Orleans demanding he right his wrong. She plans to teach the man who taught her about betrayal and broken hearts a lesson he will never forget. The latest Legendary Lovers contemporary romance (see Too Hot to Touch) is a fun second chance at love redemption tale. Abby knows how to heat up vengeance so it is not a cold dish while Danny is confused by what has happened to his orderly thieving life. Although the story line at times is too passive, fans will enjoy the latest pairing by the matchmaking ring. Harriet Klausner