Maturity Rating: Ages 17+. This fictional novelization contains occasional adult language, violence and sexuality that may not be considered appropriate for readers under the age of 17.
Her father was a drunken sailor and her mother was a whore, which didn’t exactly offer Ginna much in the way of a glamorous future. She’d have to forge her own riches and she learned when she was just a little girl that the only way to get the things she wanted was to take them.
And she’s good at taking what she wants. In fact, she’s one of the best.
On a mission from Cyrodiil to the Thalmor Embassy in Skyrim to steal an artifact of great value for one of her guild’s richest clients, she crosses paths with a thief whose skill and fire match her own.
In a shadowed dance of etiquette and grace, they compete to reach their target, but Ginna’s jealous Guildmaster never intended for her to return from Skyrim.
The sting of betrayal is almost more than she can bear. Her guild was her family; her life, and now she has nothing. Imprisoned in Solitude, her rival from the Embassy heist springs her from jail, but now she owes Brynjolf and the only way to pay off that debt is to put her skills to the test, helping him rebuild his failing guild in Riften.