Casting the movie
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Iíve rarely read a short story with as many unexpected and startling
twists and turns as this one. I give the author high marks for
plotting! The story certainly kept me entertained. The sensuality is
quite high, and the characters will awaken the readerís interest and
empathy as well.
Annie Kudzu for eCataRomance Reviews
Thief in the Night is a wonderful quick story. I read this book in
one sitting and would have even if it had been 200 pages instead of
40. I fell for both the main characters from the beginning and was
pleasantly surprised by the ending. The author did a spectacular job
of not giving away the mystery before its time, while making the
reader feel like you had all the information needed. Thief in the
Night will make you smile and I highly recommend it.
Tara for Two Lips Reviews
Thief of the Night is a lovely tale about learning how to trust
again and believing in what the heart says.
Katie for Euro-Reviews
Thief in the Night is a quick, fun romp of lost and found love. With
twists and turns that I didnít see coming, Thief in the Night kept
me turning the pages, eager to see what would happen next. What a
fun read! Iíll be sure to watch for more from this author.
Jolie for Romance Junkies
Professional thieves are always fun to read about and this story
fulfilled that promise. Delly...was a great action heroine. The
twist towards the end was brilliant. The plotting was well-done and
the story fast-paced and I look forward to reading more from this
Sakura for Just Erotic Romance Reviews
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This will be the last night in the life of Delly Alexander.
A talented cat thief, Delly cracks one safe too many. The safe
belongs to an old enemy, Neal Cadogan, who catches her red-handed,
and ties her up while he decides what to do with her.
Neal and Delly were once lovers but the rift that separated them is
filled with bitterness. Now, with Delly literally at his mercy, Neal
takes his revenge Ė which swiftly reverts to a night of heated
sexual need seasoned by years of lies. It is a sensual power-play
with each determined to outsmart the other. And both of them are
quick to use sex as a weapon. But their warped passion is the key
that finally unlocks the door on a decade-old conspiracy that will
utterly change their lives.
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Casting the Movie...
I often get asked who I would cast in the movie of my book, if it
should ever come to pass, so just for fun:
Movie producer's pitch:
You can't steal love...or kill it.
Delly: Famke Janssen
Neal: Jason Isaacs
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