ONCE AN OUTLAW
ISBN: (13) 978-0-373-79459-1, (10) 0-373-79459-2
Rating: 4 Cups
Having the world at her fingertips is a given for Dr. Reese Winslow. With famous parents, and then acing her way through medical school, she is set for life until a fateful trip to Deadwood upends her future.
Life on the run is no life at all, but Sam Keegan has not had much of a choice since his defection from the war. He could not stand the senseless killing any longer so he left, and for the last two years Deadwood has seemed pretty secure.
Cleaning out her grandmother’s attic with her sister, Ellie, should have been nothing more than a dusty but fun glimpse into history. They were always fascinated by the old chests full of relics from the past, but nothing could have prepared Reese for what happens next. She comes to in a place and time long gone, and in the next instant is being saved by the very man whose photo she had just seen in the attic. Her mind is whirling with questions and confusion, but it does not take her long to realize that saving Sam from his intended fate means more to her than reclaiming her life.
A modern-day woman and a rough and sexy outlaw make a perfect combination. Reese is stubborn, tough, and highly intelligent; the same can be said for Sam, and together they make the sparks fly. Their story is exciting, and I feel like there is more to be told, especially with Sam. Once An Outlaw is an excellent read, and I eagerly anticipate the sequel involving Ellie.
Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More