Time Thief (Mass Market Paperbound)
Berkley Books, 9780451417428, 352pp.
Publication Date: May 7, 2013
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FIRST IN A NEW SERIES FROM THE BESTSELLING AUTHOR OF THE DARK ONES NOVELS
Outcast due to their ability to manipulate time, shunned by the mortal and immortal worlds alike, a Traveller's life is anything but easy.
Peter Faa is a member of the Watch tracking down a murderer, and unfortunately, all clues seem to point toward his own estranged family of Travellers. Any of his cousins could be guilty, but which one? They're all experts in the art of stealing time...
After surviving a lightning strike, Kiya Mortenson is determined to get just one thing in her life right. And if that means taking a job as nanny to five pugs on a campsite in the Oregon wilderness, then so be it. It doesn't hurt that the job comes with some spectacular male eye candy, including her new boss's gorgeous grandson. If only she didn't keep having this strange sense of deja vu...
When Peter discovers his own family is stealing time from Kiya, all bets are off. While she may drive him crazy at times, it's clear that it's not just lightning that's creating some serious sparks between them. And he's not going to let secrets, lies, or a devious murderer keep Kiya from where she belongs: at his side.
About the Author
Ever the romantic, Katie MacAlister decided one day to write a story that included all her favorite literary elements--dishy guys, strong women, steamy love scenes, and lots and lots of humor. She's been blessed to write more than forty books since that first one, and is always madly in love with her latest hero. She is the author of the Dark Ones Novels including A Tale of Two Vampires and Sex and the Single Vampire, Sparks Fly: A Novel of the Light Dragons, the Aisling Grey, Guardian novels, and many more.
Praise For Time Thief…
Praise for the Novels of Katie MacAlister
“A humorous take on the dark and demonic.”—USA Today’s Happy Ever After
“Had me laughing out loud…wondrous.”—Fresh Fiction
“Her sense of humor really can’t be beaten.”—Errant Dreams Reviews