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  • Perfect escape from reality

    What makes or breaks a romance for me is how invested I am in the couple. I need to like them. Or at least identify with whatever is making them temporarily unlikable. I was rooting for Clementine and Jack right from the meet cute. He’s totally dreamy and although she’s got a questionable and illegal profession, does it all for the right reasons. The story is funny and heartfelt. Like many romcoms you need to go into it with the attitude that there are parts that aren’t exactly realistic, but are totally adorable if you’re willing to suspend reality for a few hours. Don’t go stealing my heat makes for a great beach read (or a pretend you’re on the beach read.) Either way, pour yourself a margarita and give this gem a read.

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  • This book will steal your heart!

    Okay, I’m calling it: Kelly Siskind is officially one of my new favourite authors. I read New Orleans Rush earlier this year and fell completely in love with the characters and Kelly’s writing. Between that and the fact I’m a fan of both Van Gogh and Elvis, I was excited about Don’t Go Stealing My Heart. There’s so much to love about this book, starting with the two main characters: Clementine, the Robin Hood-esque thief who steals from the rich to help the poor, and Jack, the Elvis tribute artist who loves his small town, its people, and most of all his family, and will do whatever he can to help people. These two are so layered; I loved how bits and pieces of their lives and personalities were revealed with perfect timing, making it was impossible not to feel for them, relate to them, and root for them. They had instant chemistry and their interactions had me grinning, squeeing, and swooning. The side characters were great too, and I loved the small town, close-knit feel of the setting. Whichway was ridiculously charming - it’s the type of place I’d love to live in, or at least visit. I'd be so down to attend that Elvis festival every year! Full of witty banter and well-developed characters, this engaging, fun, and sexy story will make you laugh, pull at your heartstrings, and have you falling in love. The ending is a thrill ride that had me completely enthralled as I zoomed through the pages. I know I’ll be recommending this book as often as I recommend New Orleans Rush (which is A LOT), and I can’t wait to see what Kelly Siskind comes up with next.

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  • A hilarious and heartfelt read!

    I can’t tell you how much I enjoyed this book. The premise was fresh and interesting, the characters endearing, and the romance incredibly steamy. Clementine Abernathy is a tired, jaded thief – a real-life Robin Hood – stealing from the rich to give to the poor. This end goal is the only thing that keeps her going, but when she gets to the sleepy town of Whichway, Nebraska, she finds her world turned upside down and her heart ensnared by the fumbling but sinfully handsome Maxwell “Jack” David the Third. There’s only one problem – she’s there to steal his priceless, unsigned Van Gogh. Jack David hasn’t always had it easy. Although his family’s wealth has provided him far more advantages in his life than were ever afforded Clementine in foster care, to his core, Jack is awkward and shy and liable to put his foot in his mouth when talking to the gorgeous, mysterious stranger who has captured his attention. As things heat up between Jack and Clementine, they must decide once and for all if love can overcome anything. Jack and Clementine’s relationship was a fun one to watch develop. They both start out slightly unsure and a little overwhelmed by their instant connection but throughout the course of the book, their relationship blooms into something that is equal parts sweet and steamy. The actual storyline is both humorous and serious, which allows the reader to truly connect with each of the characters. Jack and Clementine are relatable and quirky and so right for one another, regardless of their differences. There are some wonderful moments of suspense and a heck of a plot twist towards the end. Siskind’s stunningly flawed characters and original plot combine to form a book that I just couldn’t put down. I simply adored Don’t Go Stealing My Heart! *e-ARC provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review

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  • Great reading

    Really enjoyed this heartwarming, sexy, fun and laugh out loud adventure filled with exciting and engaging charters, witty banter, heart racing twists and undeniable passion. Was so hard to put down and highly entertaining from beginning to end.

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  • Quirky and feel-good

    4.5 stars — I made the mistake of reading this book while I was listening to another book that had a lot of similarities, so I will admit that that had me flustered and confused sometimes. Rookie mistake, I swear. Regardless of all that, I really fell in love with the quirky characters in this book, from our MCs to the small town. They made the book, and I loved my time in the crazy town of Whichway. Clementine was quirky, sassy, vulnerable, conflicted…and seriously naive (but in an endearing way I think). There were so many little treats in this book — watching Clementine be accepted by the townspeople, seeing her connect with Chloe…it was all so satisfying. I loved all those little moments, all those wins for her. I didn’t even mind if some felt too good to be true, because Clem deserved that. She had me rooting for her even though she made some classic character mistakes that usually irk me (making assumptions, being a martyr, etc). Jack was such an intriguing character in his own right, so many strange contradictions. I fell in love with his shy awkward self, and I understood his more dominating tendencies after hearing his tale of growing up. It was hot, but I was more in love with the sweating, bumbling, doesn’t-know-how-to-flirt Jack…what can I say, dorkiness does it for me. I appreciated that he was also shaped very strongly by things that happened when he was growing up…even as he had a loving family. And they definitely had chemistry in spades. It was the tummy tingling, smiling, giggling kind…mixed with a large dose of heat. I definitely called all the twists and turns pretty early on, but I don’t think that dimmed my enjoyment…it just made me hurt for Clementine more, because it showcased how much someone can be influenced from a young age. Basically it highlighted her naivety. The book definitely wouldn’t have been the same without the secondary characters…they were delightful. It almost felt like the town itself was a character — it added so much uniqueness and flavour and fun. The only reason I’m not rounding up is that I wasn’t completely sucked in…I found my mind wandering. But that might not be the book, it might just be me and the mood I was in. It’s definitely the kind of book I’m going to want to come back to and revisit sometime when I need some feel-good moments.

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