Thinking woman's beach lit! It's a mix of a good romance novel with suspense and caper details mixed in. Glamorous and funny, it's smart enough to keep you engaged but not so challenging that you can't set it down to refresh your drink, dip in the water, take a nap and come back to it. Just what you need during the hot summer (or cold winter, curled up by the fire, for that matter).
After I checked reality at the door, I totally enjoyed this book! I've always wondered what would it be like to be swept off my feet, be a mistress of a millionaire and life the life of luxury. Oh yes, she's a noted cat burglar, too. A fun read!
This is a different kind of book. It gives a different perspective on auction houses and thieves.
Great, glamorous and suspenseful read.
Good of its type. Read, enjoy and forget.
Very differnt. A funny,fast read. Liked it a lot.
a fun mystery, what will happen to our heroine or to our hero! ENJOY
This was a great summer read. Cute.
Very entertaining. I liked it a lot.
Always loved this author and was thrilled when I found she had a new series. Was far beyond what I hoped for. So good it might be even better than her first series. Loved it, loved it!
Very fun read about a smart woman who likes the finer things in life and gets them by nefarious means.
At first I was not impressed by the character of Kick but after a few chapters I was hooked...it was a very fun romp of a book and it leaves you wanting to read the next book...the characters and scenes are very well written and having lived in London for many years before I moved to the US I found myself hankeing for the rainy streets
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Nice twist at the end.
I really enjoyed this book! I couldn't wait to see what would happen, and how Kick would handle things. Kick is an intriguing character and I enjoy the way Kellogg writes about her. Fun and clever!
Love her books. Plots are fun, in wonderful locations, with incredible disguises to "lift" spectacular jewels right under everyone's eyes. Have read them all and wish there were more.