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- Print Length: 402 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1937608190
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: DLZ Entertainment, LLC (March 18, 2014)
- Publication Date: March 18, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00HSNMKF0
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #153,263 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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- Book 4 of 7 in Thieves (7 Book Series)
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So I was very delighted to find Lexi Blake and her Thieves books. Zoey wasn't pathologically afraid of sex or vampires so we were off to a good start, already. I really liked the first, second and third books. They were a fun romp for anyone that reads this genre. They weren't so dark and uptight I had to drink while I was reading them and the characters were all more or less likeable. They had flaws but they were reasonable flaws. There was no sensation the author was exorcizing her personal life in her writing. Just a good story.
Now we're onto book four and unfortunately, we're getting into Zoey-land, where everything in the world revolves around what Zoey wants, what Zoey thinks and what Zoey does. And Zoey does not (or hasn't yet) evolved or ironically given me any reason whatsoever to understand why she's such catnip to well... everyone. Much like that other famous St. Louis detective, it's as if her mere existence gives her magical karma that enchants everyone she encounters.
Zoey is just as self-centered and selfish as she was in the very first book. What is happening to her never effects her because someone else always pays for it. This bugs me. And I'm finding it more and more difficult to understand what the most powerful vampire in a thousand years and a Prince of Fae who shares his body with a god, see in her. Because I don't like her and I'm not even subject to her whims.
As of this review the fifth book is out.Read more ›
So far, a lot of the books in this series have seemed to focus on sex, so I was really happy with the amount of emotion and meaningfulness (is that a word?) in this one. Not that the others didn't also have all that, but this one just seemed to have more, and emotion of all kinds---between lovers, friends, and family. I also enjoyed getting to see more depth in some of the side characters, like Declan (Dev's brother), Miria (Dev's mother), and Oliver (Zoey's guardian angel).
I was also ridiculously excited about the the way the menage relationship started to evolve. It was starting to bother me that it was more of an arrow, with Zoey at the point, than a triangle. I kept feeling like it would be more satisfying to me as the reader if Daniel and Dev had a closer relationship, rather than just two men sharing one woman, and in this book they did start getting closer and embracing the unusual nature of their entire relationship.
Another thing I've noticed and really like about these books is the way Lexi Blake manages to find and write about the beauty in things that are generally not considered beautiful. For example, the way Zoey sees Daniel's killing is magnificent, like it really is a beautiful sight to behold. It shows Zoey's love for him, but it's also a talent of the author to be able to find the beauty in these things in order to portray it to the reader.
"I watched intently because Daniel was a vision of violent power and grace when he worked. The crowd fell like dominoes as he twisted and whirled that sword in an arc that left not one of the men untouched. Blood began to splatter in a neat circle, saturating the ground around him. Half the men had already fallen.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Steal the Sun is the 4th in the series of the Thieves series the whole series is worth reading.Published 6 months ago by Ruth Starchman Book Reviews
This series is hard to put down! The books are so well written. There is humor and intrigue and some rather steamy scenes as well. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
This is an outstanding continuation of the thieves story. Lexington does it again. She developed her characters well. She tells a really good story.Published 10 months ago by LoisA
This book was not the best in this series but it was still enjoyable. Hope the last book rocks because this story is amazing.Published 12 months ago by Sleepy Pinguin
Totally awesome. Characters are really great and plots are entwined and can't get enough of Z and Dev and Daniel and the crew.Published 13 months ago by Cheryl Adams (Howard)
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