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Thieves' Gambit (Paperback)Kayvion Lewis (author)
Perfect reading for fans of Suzanne Collins and Chloe Gong, Lewis' propulsive romantic fantasy pitches seventeen-year-old Rosalyn Quest into a deadly competition to save her mother - as long as she can resist the charms of an alluring fellow player.
The most highly-anticipated YA launch of the year, soon to be a major movie, a cinematic enemies-to-lovers heist, for fans of Jennifer Lynn Barnes and Suzanne Collins.
Join the Thieves' Gambit, a cut-throat competition to crown the world's greatest thief
Rule 1: Never fall in love with your opponent
Rule 2: The only thief you can trust is yourself
Endgame: Win the heist to save your family - and yourself.
Seventeen-year-old Rosalyn Quest was raised by a legendary family of thieves with one rule: trust no one. When her mother is kidnapped, her only chance to save her is to win the Thieves' Gambit - a deadly competition for the world's best thieves, where the victor is granted one wish.
To win, she must outwit all of her backstabbing competitors, including her childhood archnemesis. But can she take victory from the handsome, charming boy who makes a play for her heart and might be hiding the most dangerous secret of all?
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Ltd
Number of pages: 384
Dimensions: 198 x 130 x 22 mm
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