Diamonds are a thief's best friend
Adam Patrick Henry, a professional jewel thief, knows an amateur—and a cheap wig—when he sees one. The mysterious woman across the room is far from a pro, but her good instincts might come in handy on his next job. He could use a partner, and if that partner happens to be irresistible, all the better.
Jessica Hughes has a long way to climb—and a whole lot to prove—before she's back where she belongs. A cruel setup cost Jessica her job and her reputation, and she's not opposed to a disguise and some underhanded tactics if it means getting her life back. But she's no thief, not really, and teaming up with a gorgeous stranger who's clearly up to no good might prove more dangerous than it's worth.
Working on a job this big could give Adam and Jessica everything they've ever wanted—if their rocky partnership lasts long enough to carry it off.
Caught in the Act
Strange Tango is also included in this anthology of three heist-romance novellas that will steal your heart and make your pulse race...
Hoodwinked Hearts by Ainslie Paton
Ten years ago, master thief Cleve Jones risked his freedom to fall in love with a dangerously sexy professor's daughter only to watch her disappear. Now Vegas hustler Aria Harp is back—and she's snatched the famous diamond Cleve's been chasing. Aria's too smart to let Cleve break her heart but he'll do anything to keep her safe. Even if it means a dirty double cross and losing the only woman he's ever loved—all over again.
Rough Edges by Emma Sinclair
The Staffordshire diamond: sixty carats of pure perfection, a priceless keepsake that's been in Anastasia Staffordshire's family for generations. But sentimentality means nothing to her corrupt cousin Leonard. He plans to sell the jewel. Anastasia plans to take it back. But first, she'll have to get around delicious bodyguard Jake Hoffman.
Strange Tango by Michelle Dayton
Diamonds are a thief's best friend, and Adam Patrick Henry, a professional jewel thief, knows diamonds. When he sees an amateur thief with impressive sleight-of-hand skills trying to work a con, he figures he could use a partner. And if that partner is irresistible, all the better. But Jessica Hughes is no thief, not really, and teaming up with Adam to work one big job could be more dangerous than it's worth.