The characters in Thief of Hearts are so unique. Andie isn't overly sexy or virginal. She's an actual 3D person with a real life that has rational ups and downs. Stu is quite hunky, but he's not perfect. He grows on the reader just like he endears himself to Andie. I liked both Andie and Stu, but I felt more of a draw toward Alfie, Jamie and Trevor. Alfie touched me. Jamie and Trevor come off with so much flare. All are rare individuals.
Andie and Stu are both headed down a path that can't lead to happiness for them in the beginning. They make a lasting mark on each other and definitely change one another for the better. I enjoyed the storyline. I didn't see some parts playing out as they did. The author uses excellent wording and doesn't tend to use some of the tired phrases I've seen too many times in other romance novels. This was definitely worth my time to read.
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