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Wednesday, May 23, 2012

ARC Review: Thief by Ava March

This was my first book by Ava March and it definitely won't be my last. I really enjoyed this novella and I loved the connection between Benjamin and Cavin. I found their love story to be sweet.

Lord Benjamin Parker has always felt an attraction toward other men but had never acted on it. He knows that he needs to quickly figure out what it is he truly wants. When he hears rumors of a brothel that caters to his type of needs, he decides he will give himself one night to figure out what he truly wants.

At first Benjamin is a little overwhelmed and not sure if he can actually go through with it, but once he sits down to play cards with a handsome gentleman his guard quickly comes down. Not only does he feel his pulse race every time they touch, but he can't wait to leave and be alone with him.

Cavin Fox is no gentleman. He actually frequents the brothel to fleece the men he meets there. When he encounters Benjamin he was only supposed to be a job. He was never supposed to feel the attraction he does and he definitely wasn't meant to fall for him. After a hot and steamy encounter between the two, Benjamin falls asleep and Cavin quickly leaves. He knows that Benjamin was only supposed to be a job and feelings were meant to be involved, but he just can't rob him and if that means returning home with nothing, then so be it.

But one night quickly turns into more when both Cavin and Benjamin realize that they want more. Benjamin is tired of living his life in a lie. He finally knows what he wants and it's Cavin. He will do anything he can to convince Cavin to stay with him. He doesn't care that he was once a thief. He knows Cavin is a good person and he just wants to take care of him. Cavin would like nothing more to be with Benjamin, but knows he will never be good enough. A once thief with no job or proper upbringing is not good enough for Benjamin. Or at least that is what Cavin believes.

I loved the dynamics between the two and I thought that they were so sweet together. I loved that no matter how Cavin tried to stay away, something would always bring him back and into the arms of Benjamin. These two had great chemistry and I was really rooting for them.

**ARC copy provided by NetGalley**

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