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An Unlikely Partnership and an Uncontrollable Desire. . .
Naval Captain Hugh McAlden is accustomed to taking on deadly, high-stakes assignments–and being rewarded handsomely for his success at them. But to accomplish his latest mission, he’ll need someone more inconspicuous among his own ranks. Someone like the larcenous beauty who just relieved him of his pocket watch under his very nose. . .
Meggs Tanner’s livelihood–as one of London’s stealthiest thieves–depends on her remaining un-tethered and unnoticed. But when she is caught by an icy-eyed Scottish officer with an unusual proposition, she sees a chance to escape her life of crime forever. Ever wary, she accepts the job even as she plots her exit strategy, ready to cut and run at a moment’s notice.
But as Meggs and Hugh come nearer to the danger of their shared mission, thoughts of betrayal and distrust begin to dissolve. . .overshadowed by a passion worth any risk. . .
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You will not see anything coming in this one! I was hooked from the start with the mission and how he decided to do it. I loved instant connection that they both fought in different ways and how they had to learn to understand and trust each other. Just when I thought everything was perfect something else was thrown at me that I didn’t see coming. I loved her brother and how they both wanted to take care of him. The ending was perfect and different, especially with her grandmother and cousin.
Meggs is not your typical heroine and I love that! Her past really changed her and she struggles to trust, but she has amazing fighting skills and can steal anything without you knowing. I did not see the twist with her past coming at all, but it really explained things. I loved when she realized what her grandmother did in the end.
Hugh is definitely a man on a mission. Being in the Navy has made him a gentleman that is all about honor, but he still is a bit wicked. His mother understood him more than he thought and he didn’t always say things the way he wanted. I loved what he admitted to Meggs and didn’t see it coming at all.