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Review: The Sapphire Heist (Jewel #2) by Lauren Blakely

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Keep your lover close and your enemy closer…

After giving in to a fiery night of passion, island adventurer Steph Anderson and bounty hunter Jake Harlowe are back to square one. With millions in stolen jewels at stake, it’s hard for Steph not to question her new partner’s true motives—no matter how sexy he might be. Jake is hungry for more of Steph, but he can sense her growing mistrust, which only fuels his own doubts. Worse, there’s undeniable evidence that someone else is now after the jewels—and that they are both in real danger.

Fighting against their magnetic attraction is a distraction these two can’t afford. In order to survive, they’ll have to pull off one more heist—and trust each other with something even more precious than jewels: their hearts.

My Review

The Sapphire Heist was a quick and thrilling read.  It is the second book in the Jewel Series and picks up right where the last book left off. This story hit the ground running and there was never a dull moment. I loved the mystery and intrigue; the feeling of danger around every corner. I really enjoyed trying to figure out just what exactly was going on and who I could really trust. Lauren Blakely kept me on my toes and just when I thought I had it all figured out, she threw something else at me and made me question things all over again.

The Sapphire Heist is fast paced and filled with adventure. It will keep you on your toes and devouring each word. Jake and Steph are impossible to not love. They have wonderful chemistry and I loved watching the two of them try to figure things out. I loved the way their story came together and could not have asked for a better ending for these two. This story took me on one thrilling ride and I can’t wait to see what adventures this author has up her sleeves next!

*I was provided an ARC copy of this book, via NetGalley, in exchange for an honest review*

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