Isn't the cover of this book just beautiful? The cover is actually what drew me to the book in the first place. All it took was one chapter for me to realize that there was more to this book than a pretty cover. It had my interested from the first chapter to the last and there were a few times that I was sitting at the edge of my seat. Meg is such an interesting character and her determination to not be the fine young lady her father desired her to be and instead be a daughter just like him is refreshingly entertaining. Ian wants to protect Meg and honor her father's wishes by keeping her away from the life of thievery that he led, but Meg has other plans. Ian finally realizes the only way to keep her safe is to do things her way and they become partners in crime. The faith of the family they have their sites set on put a whole new twist on things and Meg and Ian both find something they never intended on finding....grace, mercy and forgiveness.
Such a good book! I'm loaning it out to my mom and then I think I'll read it again. Yes, it's that good!
***This book was provided to me by the publisher in exchange for my honest review.