In a deadly game of skill and deception… A master thief is just the first wild card. Morgan West, can’t ignore her growing uneasiness. She’s certain she hasn’t seen the last of the infamous cat burglar Quinn. But she never expected him to turn up at her apartment one dark night in desperate need of her help—help she can’t refuse. The mysterious master thief is playing a dangerous game, and it’s a game that just might get him killed.
With Morgan’s help, Quinn sets a trap intended to catch someone far more elusive…and more deadly…than a thief. But an unseen threat shadows him in the fog-shrouded San Francisco night, an unknown adversary more cunning than any he has yet encountered. Now, just when the stakes are higher than even Quinn can imagine, no one can be trusted—and everything’s at risk.
The book is well writer filled with few sunrises. The identity of Nightshade will come as a surprise but Quinn’s real everyday identity will come as a bigger surprise. The ending wasn’t as exiting as I wished it would be. Though the book leaves it open that a third book in the series is about to come.