Sarah Cresswell knows that she can help Oliver Spense, the Earl of Chance, recover his mothers stolen diamonds because she is the oldest daughter of the most notorious thief London has ever known, The Devilish Dandy. She does not expect that the Earl will steal her kisses and her heart.

The Flawless Earl had no idea that thievery could be such a rewarding endeavor, but stealing kisses from the lovely Miss Cresswell has him convinced that only a life spent stealing just such caresses will be able to satisfy his hearts desires.

Debbie Raleigh presents readers with the first outstanding story of the Devilish Dandys daughters and sets a deliciously high standard for the upcoming tales. (Nov., 256 pp., $4.99)

Reviewed by: 
Teresa Roebuck