Synopsis

Two thieves. One painting. One very dangerous game.

For seven years, Lucia Petrucci has stolen a painting every year to keep the memory of her parents alive. But now she has made a mistake. She has crossed the most dangerous man in Venice. Antonio Moretti, Head of the Thieves Guild.

She has stolen from Antonio, and he wants retribution. Can Lucia pay his price?

 

Review

I received a copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

On any day, I’d enjoy a sexy BDSM erotica. A Thief In Venice is such a book. I enjoyed reading it. The story was a quick read for me. It was enjoyable; however, I would have to say it wasn’t one of my favorites in the genre.

The story was actually a good one. I have to commend the author for using a premise that wasn’t too common in contemporary erotic romance. What I could not connect to were the main characters. I liked the hero and the heroine just fine. I just couldn’t relate to them much. That’s on me.

I will definitely check out the other two books in the series now. That’s because even if I may have misgivings about this first book, it was still an overall good read that I liked reading. I will give this book three red hearts for the steaminess in the story. I hope the next two books will be as good or perhaps even better.

 

 

Reading Order [book-series]

Book 1 – A Thief In Venice

Book 2 – An Heiress In Venice

Book 3 – A Starlet In Venice

 

 

 

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