Title: I Stole His Car
Series: Love at First Crime, Book 1
Author: Jessica Frances
Genre: Romantic Suspense
Release Date: September 19, 2017
She stole his car, so he stole her heart…
I saw something I never should have seen.
I took something they wanted back.
I was desperate.
So, I did something I never would have normally done.
I stole a car.
Not just any car.
Now I have no choice but to trust him.
Only he can help me get out of this mess.
Then, when we both become hunted,
And when feelings begin to complicate things,
Can I still count on his protection?
Can I trust what is happening between us to be real?
Because, as some people say: there is nothing quite like love at first … crime.
Two things that I took away from this beautiful book.
1. Things aren’t always as they seem.
2. I am pretty sure that Zander is a Saint.
I enjoyed I Stole His Car so much that I’m definitely going to miss these characters. Like, I am heartbroken that it had to end. I need more! This book is so full of real, everyday situations, which is why I loved it so much. Jessica Frances is without a doubt, the goddess of writing. You can’t fake this kind of talent. Raw, real emotions … personal flaws … real life turmoil and finding a way to cure a broken heart. It’s all there.
No matter if it was Zander, Ava, Van or Sasha .. they all hold a piece of my heart. The way that Ava loves and shows compassion, Zander being the natural protector, Van being the ever loving and funny brother and the pain in the butt Sasha. The story would not have been the same without any of them.
Some people may think that I am crazy for saying this, but it is so refreshing to read a book that is not filled with sex scenes. I can’t tell you how wonderful it is to have an amazing story and backstory, without feeling the need to add sex into every chapter. Seriously, a breath of fresh air. Don’t get me wrong .. it does get hot, it’s just not in your face and placed well. Make sure you pick up your copy of I Stole His Car. It is definitely one of my top 2017 reads!!
Born and raised in South Australia, Jessica spends her days working in a bakery, afternoons catching up on lost sleep, and nights reading and writing. Writing has always been a passion of hers, however it wasn’t until recently that she decided to put pen to paper and make things official.