Book Review: Perfect Scoundrels

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Hey!

This is the first regular post that you are probably reading since my Scaretober reviews. In case you are wondering I am hoping to return to my regular blogging schedule of posting three times a week. Back to the real reason you are here is the book review. I just finished reading the nearly final book of the Heist Society. You can read my other reviews on the Heist Society books here and here.

In this “last” book of the Heist Society series, we finally get to see Hale & Kat’s first encounter and get the first glimpses into Hale’s home in the first few pages of the book. This story mainly has to do with saving Hale. After you see Hale & Kat’s first encounter the story then jumps forward to present day where we find Hale & Kat along with the rest of the team on a heist, when Marcus Hale’s assistant comes to fetch him in the middle of the job. Kat and the rest of the team finish the heist just fine, but Kat is still confused why Hale would leave her in the middle of a heist. Kat’s uncle Eddie informs them that Hale’s grandmother, Hazel has passed unexpectedly. At first Kat decides to give Hale space , but when she goes to see Hale at the office and then at the viewing she begins to realize something is wrong. It is when she is approached by Marcus and his sister, Marianne that Kat realizes something may be really wrong and that she must try to find out the truth.

The story takes a number of twists and turns and takes you all around the world. In this book, we find out a whole lot more about Hale’s family and why he decided to leave with Kat on that fateful night, although we never do find out his real name. We also get to finally meet more of Kat’s family including Gabrielle’s mom, Irina.

This book was definitely a fun, fast read and a nice way to tie up the series. I did hear that Ally Carter is suppose to be coming out with another Heist Society book in the near future, so this may not be the last time that you hear about the Heist Society on here. You could definitely finish this book in a day or two if you tried. If you have read this book, let me know what you thought of it. Hopefully I’ll be back with another post soon, but in the meantime let me know what you are reading.

 

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