Kat had enough with the family business until someone framed her in a school prank and her father is accused of stealing a private collection of extremely valuable paintings. And the owner won't hesitate to hurt everyone Kat cares about if he doesn't get them back.
So Kat has two weeks to find and steal back the five missing paintings. She knows her dad didn't take them--his alibi is stealing something else and having Interpol on his tail. Kat needs the skills and help of a few old buddies--Hale, Gabrielle, Simon, and the Bagshaw boys. Uncle Eddie, the unofficial leader of the family, has washed his hands of the whole mess and told her to do the same. But she can't do that with all of their lives on the line.
Kat knows who took the paintings and where they stashed them. Can she and her crew pull off an amazing heist to save her father and not get caught?
Lots of action and movement--Kat runs around Europe pretty easily. The characters all interesting and everything is well described. If you liked I'd Tell You I Love You, But Then I'd Have To Kill You, you'll definitely love this story!