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A THIEF & A GENTLEWOMAN by Clare Sager - Review

September 19, 2018

 

 

 

My rating: 4.5 of 5 Stars

How I Got It: eBook Purchase

Publication Date: August 2018

Publisher: Clare Sager

Point of View: 3rd Person

Genre: YA Romantic Fantasy

 


 

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This book reminded me of what I think Robin Hood would be like if Tamora Pierce had written it. Except, if I’m honest, I think I liked the writing style of this story even better than Pierce (am I allowed to say that???).

 

A Thief & a Gentlewoman plunges you immediately into the drama and high stakes of Quin’s world. She is a classic “rob from the rich and give to the poor” sort of heroine, with a vast array of talents and developed-skills to utilize in this ongoing quest. When we meet her, she has set her eyes on a new mark, whom she intends to make fall in love with her “gentlewoman” persona . . . before she robs him blind.

 

Problem is . . . her intended victim is kind of amazing. Kind, insightful, well-bred in the truest sense of the word. And he has a remarkable knack for seeing through Quin’s artifices and finding the real woman underneath. A woman he finds completely intriguing.

 

The romance is strong in this tale, but it’s all beautifully balanced with action, magic, and an ever-unfolding mystery. No spoilers here, but every scene was ultimately a page-turner, and I blazed through the story much faster than I would have thought possible.

 

The writing is amazing, by the way. This book is a debut, but you’d never know it! The vivid world-building, the confidence and even beauty of the prose, all makes for a compelling read that I would expect from an established novelist. I know for a fact that I’ll eagerly be watching for more Clare Sager books to come!

 

 

I read this book as part of my Lady Thieves feature for September. Don't miss the giveaway coming up at the end of the month, exclusively for my reader group! Sign up if you haven't already. 

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