I am on record as loving heists and morally grey characters. Sloane Steele has given me three romances, bang, bang, bang, with multiple heists and unapologetically morally grey characters. If you are looking for a fast and fun binge read, I highly recommend this one. This review is spoiler free.
To Catch a Thief focuses on Mia, the mastermind. When we first meet her in It Takes a Thief, she’s uptight, cold, and tries to micromanage everything. She doesn’t want to form a team, or get to know the women actually committing the heists. She wants them to be staff. Of course, she warms up to the team. By the time we get to Mia’s book, the safety of the team is as important to her as cutting off her father’s financial resources and compensating his victims. Even so, she is still guarded and calculating, which makes her even more attractive to Logan, an FBI agent undercover as an insurance agent.
Logan likes Mia. He likes her sharp mind, he likes her attitude. His appreciation for her radiates off the page. I loved the way Steele handled the ethical quagmire of a relationship between an FBI agent and a criminal mastermind. One of the things that Steele has done so well in this series is showing characters form bonds. The women genuinely like each other and the men just fall head over heels for the women. It’s been such a delightful crew to hang out with that I hope very much to see more of them in the future.
I received this as an advance reader copy from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.