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?



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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