The second saga in the bestselling, groundbreaking Forever Evermore series begins with Chosen Thief, where the life of a skilled lawbreaker becomes much more than she ever wanted...
Caroline Jules knows death is imminent. She’s only 22, but as an inmate of Death Row in the most secure Mystical jail, what else could her future hold?
Caro has no idea. Her solitary, transient life is about to get flipped on its head when it is revealed that she is the new Prodigy Elemental, and she has responsibilities and ties that she can’t ever escape. Caro is attempting to run from a brutal past, but the Rulers have other plans for this thief’s future.
But the transition from a self-contained existence to life with the other Prodigies, the Kings and Queens, and even the Elders was never going to be easy, and Caro has secrets she’s loath to share. Suddenly she has friends, mentors, lovers — and they all want to know more about her than she is willing to reveal.
Will Caro ever escape the darkness of all she is, or will she fall deeper into the life that has been chosen for her?
Chosen Thief begins when Caro gets out of prison by her best friend. But little did she know that the Royals would end up taking her in, and her best friend Sin.
This opens up a whole new world for Caro, but it also brings in new romantic interests as well as brings back the hurt from the one she really does love.
And while others seem to think she's not very powerful, she will prove to them that she is capable of doing the job right.
This book was really good. I enjoyed these new characters that were brought in, and I really loved Caro and Sin's relationship.
The bad thing is I hated how I was often confused with the relationship between Sin and Caro. While I did like it, I still wished answers would be given. And I really hated the fact that that stupid law about different factions being together was still in effect. That was a little annoying. Especially since the current Kings and Queens should have been that way for around twenty years and they didn't fix that law...
To me that just didn't make sense, and it was rather annoying.
But this one ended not really with a cliffhanger, but you will have lots of questions by the end of it. And it was a great way to begin this part of the series, while still keeping the reader interested.