Thief By Tarryn Fisher
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Caleb Drake never got over his first love. Not when he got married. Not when she got married. When life suddenly comes full circle Caleb must decide how how far he is willing to go to get the aloof and alluring Olivia Kaspen back. But for every action in life there is a consequence, and soon Caleb finds out that sometimes love comes at an unbearably high price.
Oh Caleb. I shouldn’t love you.
You have enough issues going on with you between Olivia, Jessica, Olivia, Leah, Olivia….
But I do.
I swear, throughout this series I had so much hope that Olivia and Caleb would finally be together and then the rug would be pulled out from under my figurative self and I’d be left going what just happened?????
When are we finally going to have them together?
Can’t tell you.
That would be a spoiler and I don’t do spoilers.
Let me say that this book was just as big of a roller coaster ride as the first two books. I didn’t even attempt to listen to my book reading instinct that tells me how a book is going to end this time because Tarryn Fisher has a way of making me think she is going one way and then takes off in a completely different direction.
I LOVED Thief.
I loved the entire Love Me With Lies series. I still think The Opportunist was my favorite, possibly because it was the one that sucked me into this whole twisted world of manipulation on all parties’ parts.
I loved this one because of the way it ended.
I still hate Leah. I hate the crap she pulls. I hate how she thinks she is superior to everyone and their mama. And I hate that Caleb’s ****** seems to find her attractive. I don’t understand how Sam can tolerate her. I don’t understand anyone in Leah’s life that likes her. Blech.
She’s evil still.
I don’t know. Maybe it’s the cold medicine I’m doped up on, I can’t come up with my normal mushy review for a book I loved – I can only say – I loved this. I am happy with the ending and sad the ride is over. I am thankful however that when I picked it up (finally) the entire series was published and I didn’t have wait to finish it.