- Release Date
- May 2018
- Book 3 of The Nemesis Files
Contemporary Romance, Romantic Suspense/Mystery
Who's fooling who?
Nathan Tremayne shares a dangerous secret with his father, Jackson, and sister Sheila. Together they are Nemesis, the infamous cat burglar who targets the wealthy. But when Jackson is framed for stealing the priceless Crown of Serpia, the whole family is at risk.
Nathan Tremayne shares a dangerous secret with sister, Sheila, and his father, Jackson. Together they are Nemesis, the infamous cat burglar who targets the wealthy. But when Jackson is framed for stealing the priceless Crown of Serpia, the whole family is at risk. Nathan isn't about to let his father go down for a crime he didn't commit, but finding the real culprit won't be easy with Laurel Scott, the nosy, pushy, drop-dead gorgeous insurance investigator following his every move.
But Laurel has secrets of her own. Posing as an insurance investigator was part of her own plan for the Tremaynes. A plan she has no choice but to follow through with. As their attraction heats up, and the truth comes out, will this pair of thieves steal each other's hearts? Or end Nemesis' reign once and for all?
Apr 29, 2016 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
169 people found the following review helpful
THE TROUBLE WITH NATHAN by Anna J. Stewart is the third book in the Tremayne Family series and is just as enjoyable as the previous books. If you've read the previous books then you know that Nathan, his sister, and his father are Nemesis, which is a group who targets wealthy people. When someone sets up Nathan's father, secrets come to light as they figure out how to save the family while keeping their secret guarded.
Laurel is hired to bring down the Tremayne family but the job isn't an easy one, especially when the attraction towards Nathan becomes more than just chemistry. Laurel is such a complex character. Her life hasn't been an easy one. From the very beginning, she's been alone and she will do everything she can to keep her daughter safe, even if that means bringing the Tremayne family down. But…Nathan has other plans, he knows Laurel is hiding something. After all, they are more similar than they thought and a con always knows when another con is working the scene.
With Nathan, Laurel might finally get the family she's always dreamed of, just as long as her employer doesn't kill them all. THE TROUBLE WITH NATHAN is filled with in-depth characters, intriguing secrets, and strong family times that I wish I had. Laurel and Nathan are perfect for each other and their story is definitely an enjoyable one. If you're a fan of contemporary romance, you will adore this story! Highly recommended.
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