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PRINCESS OF THIEVES

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Book three in the Demons of Dunmore series presents a charming and determined heroine to counter a strong and resolute hero in a story that is enchanting from beginning to end. The supporting cast, which includes three interfering fairy godmothers and the hero's brothers and their wives from previous books, is delightful. Look for voyeurism and menage.

Jo Ward is an accomplished thief who needs lawyer Allard Dunmore to find her missing father. She has only her body to offer as payment, so she kidnaps him. Together, they might accomplish the impossible -- rescuing a sacred manuscript from a buried blue city beneath the town where the supposed lost treasure of the ancients lies. But when Jo attempts to solve things on her own, she's captured by the evil Benedict, who knows she holds the key to the treasure. (SamhainPublishing.com, dl $5.50)
Reviewed by: 
Donna M. Brown