Sunday, 20 September 2015

The Scam by Janet Evanovich & Lee Goldberg

It is a quick read, kind of a penny novel crime with the focus on con-men and scams instead. White Collar set-up and as fast-paced as the A-Team on a role.

It is a light-hearted read with two flamboyant main characters. It doesn't have a lot of substance or depth, which is fair enough if you really are just looking for flighty venture into the world of con and crime.

Nick and Kate have plenty of sexual tension between them, and the majority of their dialogues are innuendo. Nick is Bomer's Neal Caffrey and Kate is DeKay's Peter Burke.

Can he be trusted or not? Will Nick always choose the con instead of the straight and narrow path? Where does Kate crossing the boundaries become too much?

Fox and O'Hare meander into the world of hardened criminals and ruthless scam artists. They just happen to be just as good as the real criminals are.
I received a copy of this book via NetGalley.

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