I read a book, about 4+ years ago, that I cannot, for the life of me,
remember the title of.
I can, however, rememeber
1) What the hardback cover kind of looked like
2) Some of the plot
3) Some impressions of the title
I would love it if someone could point me in the right direction as
I'd like to re-read this book and perhaps anything else written by the
Was Bright Girly Pink, had a hand pouring shiny silver diamonds out of
a martini glass (this could be incorrect) and script in black.
The Plot: Was about a woman who I believe worked professionally as an
apraiser in an auction house working with either jewelry or art or
both. This professional job, however, was just her 'day work' at night
she became a kind of art thief and broke into people's houses.
Here is where it gets even fuzzier-
Either she, or the man in the book, would take the art or jewelry and
then return it later, citing the owner's oversight in security. I
believe she left a rose as her calling card and he left clovers tied
with a white satin ribbon (perhaps this is switched)
I also distictly remember a portion about the advanced security system
she had in her home and her working with Kashmere Rubies, Opals or
some other kind of precious gem.
In the end they find out each other identity and live happily ever
after (or something to that effect)
Oh yes! I also believe he may have actually been not only the good
samartitan thief- but also the police chief?
The title gave me impressions of diamonds and glamour. Bedazzled,
Dazzling…something like that.
Thanks for your patience with my sillyness and your help!