Kate O'Hare has a goal that is starting to seem more impossible
to reach than she thought: to capture the professional thief
and conman, Nick Fox. In hunting for any clue as to where
he may be, O'Hare gets wind of a possible heist that could
only be the brainchild of the notoriously cocky man who kept
slipping through her fingers.
Fox, like any other kind of artist, lives for his work. His
latest plan, however, is one of the most intricate and dependent
on perfect timing right down to the second. His role as gay
wedding planner for a rich, old man and his latest (and youngest)
wife-to-be, is vital to the success of Nick's plan and it
seems nothing can prevent him from pulling of one of the greatest
jobs he's ever set up - except the attractive FBI agent he's
been taunting with vague clues.
is a short story released to set up fans for the first Fox
and O'Hare novel, The Heist. For a short story, it
has a lot to take in and is a great precursor to the novel.
The introductions of the two main characters are humorous
and help establish the "who's the cat and who's the mouse"
game they keep playing with each other. It's worth the buy,
not just as an introduction but also as a quick and entertaining
listen. Scott Brick as the narrator does an amazing job of
individualizing each voice of each character, giving the listeners
even greater insight into the characters through their dialogue.
Evanovich and Goldberg fans are in for an incredible ride.