- Series: Thieves
- Paperback: 470 pages
- Publisher: DLZ Entertainment, LLC (June 3, 2014)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1937608328
- ISBN-13: 978-1937608323
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 1.2 x 9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars See all reviews (55 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,197,077 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Top Customer Reviews
What worked for me - Ms. Blake has incorporated my all time, very favorite mythology into this series, with her own spin. That part of the story ended abruptly. I feel like that plotline will be revisited in the spin off series.
Throughout the series, we have watched Dev, Daniel and Zoey learn to work together, and they really function as a team in StN. The trio has cemented their bond to each other, and it is a beautiful thing to see.
The story grabs ahold and continues to escalate until this reader had to set her ereader down to take a deep breath, or several. We get extreme highs and devastating lows.
What I am still having a hard time processing-***Potential Spoilers- If you are good at reading between the lines and don't want to be spoiled, consider yourself warned -*** Zoey is in a very dangerous situation. Dev and Daniel know where she is. She has a specific task that she needs to accomplish, but even after she has the tools she needs, she allows herself to remain in dire circumstances. I get that Daniel needed time to heal and gather forces. I understand doing what you need to do to survive, and good for Zoey for that. But it strikes me as so out of character for her to stay when she could have escaped, and most importantly, for Daniel and Dev to allow her to remain in such a horrific state...It made more sense as I was reading, but 2 days later, it's not correlating with what I know about these characters.Read more ›
Ok. I just–I need a moment to talk about that scene, that *incredible* scene (not a spoiler, don’t worry), when Marcus used his persuasion power to save them all from where they were being held in the police station. I grew fond of Marcus over the course of this series, but my complete and total love for him as one of my favorite characters ever kind of snuck up on me. And this scene was his moment of glory. It’s only a couple paragraphs long, but it’s perfect. *Perfect*. And if you like Marcus, too, you’ll be happy to know he had a bigger role in this book.
Oh, and that other scene in the shower? *SPOILER ALERT* The one when Daniel and Dev admit their feelings?! I was practically giddy with excitement because FINALLY!!! *END SPOILER ALERT*
As for the rest of the book, not only did it do a great a job with the depth of the characters, the emotions, and the absolutely adorable relationships of all kinds, it was an amazing conclusion to the series. Each book before this one had a somewhat self-contained plot, but the overarching plot was being set up the whole time, and this book took all those details and things that were set in motion in all the other books and brought them together in a great and natural way.
Yes, there was a lot of sex. Yes, the characters seemed to solve all their problems in the bedroom or the shower. Yes, they couldn’t even keep it in their pants while they were running from bad guys. And sometimes I was a little annoyed by those things. But, if you can accept that certain aspect of these books are just meant to be fun and sexy (it is paranormal *romance* after all), it’s a really great paranormal romance series.
Overall, it was a fun but emotional series with engaging plots and truly flawed but lovable characters who grew on me, and a series I can definitely see myself reading again in the future!
Original Review @ Metaphors and Moonlight (link in profile)
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Wow, this was so good. I cried like all the way through, so hard not to. This was the perfect ending and had me on the end of my seat the whole way through to the end. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Sarah Lange
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Words cannot express how much I love this, love, love this series and world.
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Lexington continues to write really good books with great stories
She develops her characters very well
Her characters are full of life. Read more
It had hot sex, great action, and constant plot twists that leave you wondering what will happen next!! Read morePublished 11 months ago by Callie
The last book in the series closes nicely the story of this threesome. Action packed and lots of humor. I recommend this series.Published 11 months ago by Sleepy Pinguin
I just finished this last book in the series, And I love them! The suspense is great, the books fast paced, and while some of the characters' issue seem a bit repetitive at times,... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Colleen Morgan