To Trust A Thief

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Entangled Publishing, LLC, Jan 21, 2013 - Fiction - 260 pages
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To Trust A Thief by Michelle McLean
England, 1855
Minuette Sinclair thought her biggest problem was getting out of her aunt's finishing school as a proper Victorian lady. But now she's pretending to be engaged and her fake fiancÚ is in debt up to his neck. What's more, her father is in a Caribbean jail, falsely accused of murder. A legendary lost necklace might be their salvation and Min is determined to find it.

Master thief, Bryant Westley, is after the fabled necklace, too, and has every intention of seducing his quirky and beautiful competition. He offers to partner up in the search - even though Min is a distraction he can't afford.
Amidst treachery and double crosses, it may be more than a necklace getting stolen - it may be their hearts.

 

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Michelle grew up in California and has lived everywhere from the deserts of Utah to the tropical beaches of Hawaii to the gorgeous forests of the east coast. She has a B.S. in History, a M.A. in English, and insatiable love of books. She is the author of Homework Helpers: Essays and Term Papers, (Career Press Jan. 2011), To Trust a Thief (Entangled Scandalous, Jan. 2013), a historical romance trilogy Blood Blade Sisters (Entangled Scandalous 2012), and a zombie fairy tale retelling Wish Upon a Star (Entangled Ever After Oct., 2013). In addition to novels and non-fiction work, Michelle writes picture books and a bit of poetry. She currently resides in Pennsylvania with her husband, two young children, an insanely hyper dog and two very spoiled cats. Michelle grew up in California and has lived everywhere from the deserts of Utah to the tropical beaches of Hawaii to the gorgeous forests of the east coast. She has a B.S. in History, a M.A. in English, and insatiable love of books. She is the author of Homework Helpers: Essays and Term Papers, (Career Press Jan. 2011), To Trust a Thief (Entangled Scandalous, Jan. 2013), a historical romance trilogy Blood Blade Sisters (Entangled Scandalous 2012), and a zombie fairy tale retelling Wish Upon a Star (Entangled Ever After Oct., 2013). In addition to novels and non-fiction work, Michelle writes picture books and a bit of poetry. She currently resides in Pennsylvania with her husband, two young children, an insanely hyper dog and two very spoiled cats. Michelle grew up in California and has lived everywhere from the deserts of Utah to the tropical beaches of Hawaii to the gorgeous forests of the east coast. She has a B.S. in History, a M.A. in English, and insatiable love of books. She is the author of Homework Helpers: Essays and Term Papers, (Career Press Jan. 2011), To Trust a Thief (Entangled Scandalous, Jan. 2013), a historical romance trilogy Blood Blade Sisters (Entangled Scandalous 2012), and a zombie fairy tale retelling Wish Upon a Star (Entangled Ever After Oct., 2013). In addition to novels and non-fiction work, Michelle writes picture books and a bit of poetry. She currently resides in Pennsylvania with her husband, two young children, an insanely hyper dog and two very spoiled cats.

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