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Baby Breakout (Outlaws #2)

3.78 of 5 stars 3.78  ·  rating details  ·  54 ratings  ·  11 reviews
Jedidiah Kleyn had been convicted because Erica Towsley hadn't come forward. So the night he escaped from prison, it was with one thing in mind—find Erica and make her clear his name. But the moment he laid eyes on the angelic beauty, his hatred was overwhelmed by the ferocity of his still-burning desire. And then he saw the child—his child.He'd thought that proving his in ...more
Paperback, Harlequin Intrigue #1344, 224 pages
Published April 3rd 2012 by Harlequin (first published January 1st 2012)
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Gwen (The Gwendolyn Reading Method)
I didn't have high expectations for this book, but AT LEAST me not wanting to kill the main female character would have been nice. Seriously, she believed ANYTHING anyone told her.

Good Guy who's been unjustly imprisoned for years: I'm actually innocent.

Female Character: OH NO! How could I have doubted you??? I'm a horrible person.

Bad Guy: No, he actually did it. HE'S EVIL.

Female Character: I've been a FOOL! How could I have trusted him.

Good Guy: No, I'm actually innocent!

Female Character: OH NO
Very good book. Now that Jed had escaped, he needed to find Erica and clear his name. Seeing Erica and hearing about what went on at her end made him realize he still had big problems. Trust was a big issue in this book. Jed didn't trust Erica, as he thought she was still lying about what had happened that night. He also didn't trust her not to call the cops. Erica didn't trust that Jed was not guilty of the crimes he went to prison for. She would start to trust a little, then something would ha ...more
Madiha Ansari
After Macy's story I was dying to read Jedidiah's story. Well, it was a bummer. It was just not good enough. The whole I trust you, I trust you not thing going on between the MCs was just...UGH! What I don't get is if you are going to put a child in the story then why not give it some role. I just hate it when there is a baby in a novel and no cute scenes to go along with. Prop babies are so not cool. If you liked the first Outlaw book there is a 70% chance you are not going to like this one. I, ...more
Erica Townsley thought she would never see Jed Kleyn again. Their reunion is not a happy one however as three years ago after one passionate night together Jed was arrested for murder. After three years in one of the most deadly prisons in America Jed escapes and comes to Erica demanding that she clear his name. He does not expect what he finds however, for him to still burn with desire for her or the three year old girl, his daughter conceived on their last night together. The two must work tog ...more
Debbie Heaton
In Childs’ romantic suspense novel, Jedidiah Kleyn had escaped from prison having been convicted three years previously because Erica Towsley had failed to stand up and admit she was his alibi. In search of her to clear his name, he never expected to find he still cared about her nor had he known they shared a child. Proving his innocence was important, but protecting the family he never knew he had topped his priorities.

This installment to the Outlaws series is powerful, fast-paced and filled w
It was a good book.
I would say that this was an ok book. The story line moved along well. The characters were good together and the daughter was adorable. I'm glad that the author had a little humor in the book. I also liked that this book was linked back to the first book in the series but if you didn't read the first book you're not going to be lost. Overall it was a good read.
Jan 18, 2013 Theresa rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: everyone
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Hannah  Ruth
It was awesome!
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Lisa Childs was born on 31 October, a Halloween birthday predestined her to a life of writing suspense. Born soft-spoken into a big, boisterous family where only he who speaks loudest is heard, she learned early to express herself through the written word. She has been writ
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