This was a very interesting book. As a whole I don't read very many books with male main characters. Not because I don't like them or think they are somehow lesser; I just connect better with female main characters.
That being said when I see a book with a very interesting premise I am going to pick it up regardless. That is what happened with Life After Theft.
Life After Theft is a fun take on the classic klepto story. This is because the aforementioned klepto just so happens to be dead. And so our main character Jeff has to return all of Kimberlee's stolen goods so she can hopefully move on and leave him in peace.
There are quite a few bumps and bruises that Jeff experiences while returning the stuff. Including but not limited to being arrested.
But even though this is a fun and sometimes harrowing story about returning stolen goods and actually feeling bad for taking the stuff. It is mostly a story about forgiving when someone messes up, as well as not holding someone's past against them.
Life After Theft has amazing character development. All of the major characters grew leaps and bounds and became completely different in a believable way.
I enjoyed the book, it was fun and different and I enjoyed how the romance was incorporated. That being said I found a little of the pacing a little off. But besides that I really enjoyed it.