The Lucky Ones They called themselves ‘the lucky ones’
Allison was the youngest of the lucky ones, seven children adopted by legendary philanthropist Vincent Capello. Life with her newfound family seemed idyllic… until the night she almost died.
Thirteen years later, Allison receives a letter, warning her that Capello is dying, forcing her to return to her adopted family and confront the past.
Determined to find out what happened that night she starts digging, but those who want to uncover the secrets of the past should be careful what they wish for…
‘A dark, twisty tale of love, lust, betrayal, and murder…this novel is not one to be missed.’ -Bustle on The Bourbon Thief
‘The Bourbon Thief isn't just good, it's exceptional. The story captured my imagination; the characters captured my heart.’ -Literati Literature Lovers
‘Reisz fills the narrative with rich historic details; memorable, if vile, characters; and enough surprises to keep the plot moving and readers hooked until the final drop of bourbon is spilled.’ -Booklist on The Bourbon Thief
‘Beautifully written and delightfully insane…Reisz vividly captures the American South with a brutal honestly that only enhances the dark material.’ -RT Book Reviews, Top Pick on The Bourbon Thief
‘Impossible to stop reading.’ -Heroes and Heartbreakers on The Bourbon Thief
‘You will find yourself falling in love with every character… [Y]ou'll wait with bated breath just to see in which direction the author will turn; and at the end you'll find yourself not being able to go a minute without thinking of the journey and glorious storytelling of Tiffany Reisz.’ –RT Book Reviews, Top Pick
‘This time-travel romance is swoon-worthy and lovely. Reisz is a powerful writer who hits all the high romance you can ask for, while creating a fascinating yet believable plot that makes us believe that love can conquer all, even time and death.’ -Kirkus
‘The perfect summer read for historical romance fans.’ – B&N Reads
‘If you love romantic time travel and stories about eternal, never-quieting love, then you must absolutely pick up The Night Mark.’ – LitStack
‘An aching meditation on grief and loss… It's chock-full of symbolism and, most importantly, hope.’ – Heroes & Heartbreakers
‘[Reisz's] prose is quite beautiful, and she can weave a wonderful tight story.’ -New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author Jennifer Probst
About the author
Tiffany Reisz is a multi-award winning and bestselling author. She lives in Kentucky with her husband, author Andrew Shaffer.