The Job by Janet Evanovich (with Lee Goldberg)
I certainly wouldn't call The Job, a Fox and O'Hare novel, spectacular, but it sure was fun. These books move along pretty fast that one does not have a chance to get bored at all, but there also isn't much depth to the plot nor the characters. Like I said, they're just fun.
Nick Fox, con man and art thief is charming and annoying to female FBI Agent O'Hare who has captured Fox but then the two go undercover with the full backing of the director of the FBI, to catch really bad, evil people most wanted by the FBI. 'Tis true Fox is a con man and art thief but he's not really bad nor really evil. I'm not sure where, nor how long Evanovich will maintain this series without, for instance, FBI Agent O'Hare compromising more and more (as she did in this book).
For a quick read in between hard hitting books this series is stupendous for light, flirty, and fun.