Good plots separately, but tying the two together was a weak point.
two stories in one book - really put together good
Night--Anne Stuart--this section of the book was not really interesting...characters were not strong and plot was wishy washy...did not care for this author's writing style...Day--only went on to finish the book because I like Gayle Wilson...she picked up the storyline...deepened the plot and added life to the story itself...the ending was not as I expected it to be...another great write from Wilson...
"Two men--different as night & day...Neither man has a clue to the horrifying work of hate and terror they are about to encounter, but these are the kind of heros who will do what it talkes to get the job done...or die trying." --Clip from teh back cover
two men--different as Night and Day
Two men, different as Night and Day.
By Ann Stuart and Gayle Wilson.
Two men ... different as night and day.
Michael Blackheart: The illegitimate son of a legendary cat burglar, Michael is going to steal the world's most valuable private collection, right out from under the noses of the rich and famous ... and beat the old man at his own game!
Duncan Culhane: Ex-CIA agent and current member of the Phoenix Brotherhood, Duncan is out to help his best friend's widow. But is his willingness to go after the treasure stolen from her grandparents a product of passion or guilt?
Neither man has a clue to the horrifying world of hate and terror they are about to encounter, but these are the kind of heroes who will do what it takes to get the job done...or die trying.