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Shimmy Bang Sparkle by Nicola Rendell [arc review]

I read this book in one sitting while on the plane making my way back home from a Romance Author
Event in the Twin Cities. Loved it!
It was funny, sweet, romantic, steamy, completely utterly unrealistic but in a fun heart warming kind of way... 

Here is the Blurb:
To catch a thief…or fall for one?
All Nick Norton wants is to stay on the straight and narrow…and never get caught stealing again. Then he lays eyes on her: Stella Peretti—100 percent sexy and absolutely irresistible. Especially when he sees her smooth moves lifting a two-karat diamond. Nick realizes he’s found the sparkling woman of his dreams—one so perfect for him it’s almost criminal.
The Shimmy Shimmy Bangs are master jewel thieves who are planning the heist of the century. And Shimmy leader, Stella, isn’t about to let anyone—even if he is a hunky, tatted-up studmuffin—get in her way. But when two of her girls are put out of commission, Stella realizes that Nick isn’t just a red-hot distraction. He might be the answer to her pilfering prayers.
Now, Nick and Stella are putting everything on the line for one last job. But when two thieves have this much chemistry, it’s only a matter of time before somebody’s heart gets stolen.

4.5 Stars ⭐⭐⭐⭐

So... Nick! How can a thief be one of the most trustworthy characters I have ever read about? Explain that to me sunnies 🤣 Nick was awesome. Determined, caring, clever, loyal to a fault. I don't care he is a thief, can I have one of him please? Thanks!

Stella was a great character too. Also a thief with a heart of gold... 
Her and her friends steal to help others. They are all fun and very clever ladies.
Nick should stay away from her, specially as he realizes she is a thief and he wants to stay straight and narrow after his time in prison. But well... he can't. 
Their chemistry was off the charts and their relationship progresses nicely.

This was my first read by this author and it certainly will not be the last!

Release date: August 21st, 2018
Find the book at: Amazon/Kindle and Barnes and Noble

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