This book was sent to Traveling With T for review consideration.
A Brilliant Deception
After Cat’s last heist in Paris, Cat’s in a pickle. Missing both Ethan and Jack and really beginning to question what she wants for herself in life- Cat begins to consider the idea of hanging up her jewelry heist persona.
But, before she has a chance to do that- Templeton tempts Cat with one more job- a job that will be the showpiece of her career- a legendary ring that has ties back to Robin Hood. Cat decides that she will do the job- and then she will move on to “real” life- finding her place in the world.
However, this job comes with loads of complications. An Interpol agent who just knows she’s up to no good, romantic complications and Brooke Sinclair.
Can Cat complete the mission and be on her way to a happy life? Or does the blood a thief run too deep in her body to give up this kind of life?
Traveling With T’s Thoughts:
Cat Montgomery is my rock star. Part Alias, part Ocean’s Eleven- ALL fun- Cat uses her skills and luck to get into places and steal back priceless jewels.
What I like about the series: It’s fun. It’s cute. Each story is interesting- and Cat provides entertainment!
What I dislike: Nothing really! These books are fun entertainment- a professional thief with a heart of gold- caught between her feelings for 2 incredible men. Deep thinking? No- but perfect for those times when you want to sit back and be entertained.
In A BRILLIANT DECEPTION- Kim Foster has a few surprises up her sleeve for the fans of Cat Montgomery and gives us a peek into some backstory of Cat’s life. I found myself gasping a couple of times because I did not see what she had in store for the readers!
My takeaway: If you have read and enjoyed Kim’s previous books- then A BRILLIANT DECEPTION is just right for you. If you are considering reading her for the first time- start with A BEAUTIFUL HEIST, then move on to A MAGANIFICENT CRIME.
*This book was sent to Traveling With T for review consideration. All thoughts and opinions are mine alone.
Happy Reading and Bookishly Yours,
T @ Traveling With T