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Waiting on Wednesday: Thief by Tarryn Fisher

 "Waiting On" Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted by Breaking the Spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that you are eagerly anticipating.

For my first "Waiting On Wednesday," I can think of no better book to highlight than the conclusion to the best book I read last year as well as the best book I've read so far this year, which is Thief (Love Me With Lies #3) by .

Although there is no blurb on Goodreads yet, Thief is the conclusion to the Love Me With Lies series by Tarryn Fisher and will be told in Caleb's POV!!  I am so so so excited for this book!  You can read my love the first book in the series, The Opportunist, here, and you can read my review of the second book in the series, Dirty Red, here.  This is definitely my most anticipated release -- there is no date yet but I cannot wait to read the conclusion to this amazing series!!


  1. I'm looking forward to reading this series! It sounds really good!

  2. Wow that's one swoon worthy cover. I haven't read that series yet so I will have to check this out soon!! 8)

    Thank you for sharing and stopping by the blog today!

    Happy Wednesday from Reese's @Reese's Reviews: MA2F

  3. Fun WOW! I can't read books with shirtless guys - too many little eyes around. :) Thanks for sharing and for stopping by my WOW!

    Tressa @ Tressa's Wishful Endings

    1. Yes, I wish it didn't have that sort of cover because I don't think it jibes with the books -- they are serious emotional and psychological books! But this is also why I have a kindle ;)

  4. Wow! That guy on the cover is handsome! :) Now,returning from my dream,I think I'll check this book serie and I'll see their covers. :))
    Thanks for stopping by the blog today! :)

  5. That. Cover. ♥
    I haven't read the other books in this series yet but I just might check them out to get to this one. lol. :D

    ~Stephanie @ Bookfever

    1. You should! This series is AMAZING! By far the best I have read this year and last year!!

  6. LOL to what Tessa said. Yeah,my kids would give me endless grief if they saw me with that book, but maybe on a kindle. I'll have to check out the earlier books…

    Jen @ YA Romantics

  7. Can I steal him? :) Usually the guys on these covers are cheesy-looking, but not in this case! Thanks for visiting my blog.

    Stephanie (Go Flash Go) @ Read, Rinse, Repeat
    Here's my WOW

  8. Woah! The cover looks hawt!

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    follow back?

    I'm also hosting a giveaway for a signed copy of Unravel me and Warner T-Shirts plus goodies.


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