The Lily Thief has struck again and Calliope Chase is determined to stop him. She knows the thief must be a member of the Ton and has decided that Cameron de Vere, Earl of Westwood, is her most likely suspect. Her investigation requires her to work closely with Cameron to determine his guilt. It is not long before it begins to appear as if they are having a romance. Calliope is not sure how to disavow everyone of this notion, and then Cameron kisses her. Confused, she is not sure what to think. Cam has a few thoughts of his own, but will Calliope agree with him?
To Catch a Rogue was a delight to read. Calliope and her sisters are named after the Greek Muses and they seem to serve that purpose in life. Calliope as the oldest sister, never thought she would marry. She had a hard time believing anyone would be interested in her romantically. Cam was a sexy, capable hero and more than matched his muse. Great conversations, an engaging plot with lots of complications, and realistic, charming characters make To Catch a Rogue and Amanda McCabe a winner.