Afrodyt’s Review – Dirty Thief (Dirty Players #4) by Tia Louise

This book is explosively sexy right out of the gate… ~ Afrodyt, Guilty Pleasures 


What do you get when you mix a brooding king with a sexy pickpocket? Not your usual fairytale.

Ava Wilder is beautiful, she lives in a pink castle, and she’s a thief. Rowan Westringham Tate loves power, speed, and Ava.

Their romance is straight out of a dirty Cinderella story, until the one man Ava is running from shows up to claim what she stole—or to claim her.

Now Ava might be forced to take another thing to protect her happily ever after… A life.

DIRTY THIEF is a white-hot CONTEMPORARY ROMANCE in the “Dirty Players” universe. It features secrets, lies, a touch of darkness, and scorching-hot sexy times. Prepare for frequent panty changes, frantic clicking, and rapid breathing until the end. Mature readers only.

This book is explosively sexy right out of the gates mostly because Rowan and Ava’s relationship was established and then further developed in the first three books of this series: The Prince and the Player, A Player for a Princess and Dirty Dealers. I highly recommend you read these first to have a grasp of this couple’s beginning.

Ava Wilder-Tate is living a fairytale life. She’s the Queen Regent of a small coastal nation between France and Italy. To say she comes from humble beginnings would be an understatement. She and her sister were in the foster care system, escaped and survived on the streets. Ava is a masterful pickpocket, using her beauty and charm to distract so she can swipe valuables from wealthy men. At first it was for survival, but now that she has every material possession she could ever want, it’s becoming more of a novel practice.

Rowan is bogged down with the responsibilities of being king, forming and maintaining alliances, rooting out and subjugating enemies, adhering to strict tradition. What he’d really love to do is just be a regular newlywed and not have everyone butting in with opinions about how to handle his romantic life.

When unfinished business from the past threatens, Ava has to lean on her unconventional skills to protect all she holds dear.

Review copy provided for a voluntary review.

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