Caesario Jose Payan-Serrano is a thief.
He meets Officer Nathan Reilly at a party. Nate and Caesar
have a bit to much to drink and spend the night together,
but in the morning, they vaguely remember each other. Thatís
when Caesar discovers that Nateís a cop and he takes off
running. A few days later, they run into each other again.
Caesar tries to blow Nate off but it doesnít work and Nate
ends up blowing Caesar off instead. A criminal and a cop
canít have a future together but Caesar and Nate canít seem
to stay away from each other either.
Caesar finds himself in need of a copís
help and turns to Nate. Nate has no choice but to help
Caesar, because if he doesnít, a heinous crime will go
unpunished. Nate and Caesarís lives are at stake when
certain individuals want them to mind their own business,
and their hearts are at stake when their feelings for each
other go beyond attraction.
Opposites attract and the bad guy wins in The Good
Thief. James Buchanan pens a terrific story with two
great characters and an intense storyline. Caesar holds no
guilt about being a thief. I never once thought badly of
him. In fact, I think I fell as hard for him as Nate did.
Nate is a cop through and through. Heís loyal, honest, and
takes his job very seriously. Heís so sexy. Itís so much fun
watching these two fall for each other! The Good Thief
is a hot, romantic, and exciting.