Reformed cat burglar Clea Rice has witnessed enough crimes to put her on the straight and narrow. But little does she suspect that her search for justice will land her in the arms of wealthy English gentleman Jordan Tavistock. As their attraction grows, so does the danger. Now their biggest concern isn't whether a proper gentleman and a cat burglar can find happiness....It's whether they'll survive long enough to find out.More
"Polished, riveting prose." (Chicago Tribune)
"Ms. Gerritsen is a master!" (Romantic Times)
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Strong woman character with little girl voice
I probably wouldn't recommend this book as an audio book. Although the voice performer had a nice range of voices in her repertoire, I didn't care much for some of the choices she made.The main character, who is supposed to be a resilient, resourceful American, sounds like a mousy, little girl. It seemed as though she was written to be a strong person, but the narrator's interpretation made her sound anything but.However, the narrator didn't always miss the mark. Her portrayal of the main male character Jordan, was spot on.
I probably wouldn't recommend the audio book, but I think this one might have been a good read.
Pleasant, varied, off-target.
I believe the characters could warrant another book -- but not if Klea (sp.) spends the whole story trying to run away from Jordan. Been there, done that.
An International Chase
Story moved well.
Very predictable. Saw the end coming after the fifth chapter.
Voicings and interpretation were excellent. It's tough for a lady to do male voices, but we got the picture.
No. Not Tess Gerittson's best effort. Definitely not Rizzoli and Isles..
A few dais exmachina moments. Charcters somewhat inconsistent.
- Foster E. Kawaler