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The Outlaw and the Lady (Daughters of Fortune #1)

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Innocent Angela Bainbridge knows her dreams of a fairy-tale wedding and finding passion in a man's embrace can never come true. So when she's swept into the arms of—and kidnapped by—notorious Lee Raven she's both righteously angry...and curiously captivated. There's something about this brazen outlaw that awakens Angela's desires. She knows any crimes he's committed are fo

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Paperback, 384 pages
Published October 2nd 2001 by Avon (first published January 1st 2001)
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Readdiction
Heath delivers another novel that defines romance and renders me truly speechless with her storytelling.

Moving and beautiful. Grade A because even with few trivial 'bumps' and a fantastical plot, this novel provides great emotional impact and reminds me why I love reading romance. It left me with bittersweet feelings after having to close this book as I had to leave the lovers to live their HEA.
Linds
I'm fond of Lorraine Heath's romantic westerns, and I though this was another solid entry.

Lee Raven's parent's and older brother were hanged to steal their land by a corrupt community leader. At fifteen he murdered the criminal responsible and has been on the run for the next five years.

He finds our blind heroine who knows who he is. He takes her along (ie kidnaps on impulse) because he doesn't know she's blind and thinks she will identify him.

On the trail together they start to fall in love. S
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Denise
Very good story, I would recommend reading the Rogues in Texas series first but it is not absolutely necessary.
There were so many of the old HR cliche's in here, blind h, H was abducted as a child, H was on the lamb for murder and facing a hanging. Secret babies... but it was all a great romp anyways. IMHO, you just can't go wrong with Lorraine Heath!
Kathy Anne
This is a super good book,,and even tho it says it`s #1,it has to be the sequel to Never Marry a Cowboy because Kit Montgomery and his wife are in it.It ends with Kit`s son that is going to England to be the Earl of Ravenlegh-5*






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Kit
Oct 30, 2009 Kit rated it 5 of 5 stars
Shelves: adored
I started this book not expecting to be riveted by the plot, character and the shear beauty of the romance. Haven't cried this much in awhile!
Christine
I adored this book and its characters. I probably won't continue with the series, though, because it doesn't look like it sticks with the same family, which is disappointing. I wanted to know what happened with Juanita.
Kristen
I love all of her books. If you are looking for an easy read, romance then she is great for you.
Simara
Oh what a pleasant surprise this was! My first historical/western romance and I LOVED it. And it became my favorite Lorraine Heath book so far. I don't like to give spoilers but let me tell you there are several surprises on this book. Angela is not your average heroine. She has a disability but she is as independent and strong as she can possibly be. And the delicious outlaw Lee Raven turns out to be someone else. By the end of the story, everything you thought at the beginning of the story end ...more
Nolan
There's a robbery happening in Fortune, Texas, and by starting this book, you're placing yourself right in the middle of it. You aren't
the only one. Angela Bainbridge was there within feet of the bank when the
robbery happened, and the guy who planned the heist knows he has to get her
out of the witness chain. It's only after he kidnaps her that he realizes
she is blind and that his intense efforts to get her secluded so she
couldn't tell the Texas Rangers who had done the robbery were all futile.

A
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Marie
Bintang 5
Daughters of Fortunes #1.


Paling suka dengan kisah yg mengetengahkan kekeluargaan, kebersamaan dan kebersatuan sebuah keluarga plus karakter cewe yg punya keterbatasan tapi tak merasa rendah diri dan malah lebih tegar karena keterbatasannya dan karakter cowo yg cakep, badboy, menjunjung tinggi kebenaran, dan penuh misteri. Tak tanggung tanggung, ada 3 keluarga besar yg dipertemukan dalam kisah ini. Apa jadinya jika ketiga keluarga ini dipersatukan? Tentu banyak sekali paman dan bibi yg b
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Angela Noviana
Ck! Aku gak tahu kalau seri ini sebaiknya baca seri Rogues in Texas dulu. Ternyata Daughters of Fortune ini ada kaitannya dengan seri itu. The Outlaw and The Lady bercerita mengenai anaknya Harrison dan Jessye. Berhubung aku lupa soal mereka, jadilah aku baca buku ini. Pas sebutin soal Grayson, aku sudah curiga. Sebutin Kit, makin curiga lagi. Terus aku baca donk sinopsis dua buku Rogues in Texas yang belum aku baca dan muncullah dua nama itu. Arghhhhh....

Tapi berhubung aku sudah setengah buku d
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Laurichi
I enjoyed this,sweet and true.extremely predictable but nice.almost read it in one sitting
Cynthia
I thought this book went on to long.
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Jun 25, 2012 Lea's Audiobooks Hensley marked it as to-read
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Maura
This book was rather a breath of fresh air. A blind heroine who is independent and knows her own feelings, a hero (view spoiler) without a mean bone in his body (but he's still very strong) and a relationship in which there are issues of trust but no hatred or dislike. In fact, for the majority of the book, their feelings for one another are quite clear, even if they have yet to realize it. I did think the heroine's reasons for n ...more
Felita Hardigaloeh

sang heroine, Angela, tidak bisa melihat sejak remaja. kekurangannya itu ga bikin dia pasrah menerima nasib. Tidak. Dia berjuang mengasah indra lainnya, pisah rumah dg sang ortu, dan punya pekerjaan sbg penjahit. Penjahiiiit !!! Angela ini tipe wanita mandiri, dan punya kebiasaan jalan-jalan pas malam hari di kotanya. bisa dibilang, kebiasannya ini mengandung resiko. tapi Angela ga bisa duduk diam sehabis bekerja. jadilah malam itu, dia keluar berjalan2, tanpa menduga akan bertemu dan menjadi ko
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Vina Raintree
Jadi diawali dengan Angela yang suka berjalan jalan dimalam hari, lalu tiba-tiba dia diculik karena ia menatap tepat di wajah penculiknya, Lee Raven. Lee Raven sendiri akhirnya sadar saat ia melihat Angela kalau jalan sering jatuh, ternyata Angela itu buta. Nah karena Angela sudah ketahuan buta, ia berusaha meyakinkan Lee kalau dia tidak berharga dan meminta Lee untuk melepaskannya, tapi Lee nggak mau. Secara ya, Angela walau buta merupakan gadis yang cantik dengan mata hijaunya yang menawan. Ak ...more
Perdani Budiarti
Generasi kedua keluarga Bainbridge dalam seri Rouges in Texas diceritakan dalam buku ini. Satu hal yang menarik perhatianku adalah kenyataan bahwa Angela, tokoh utama wanita dalam cerita ini buta yang otomatis hanya mengandalkan indera pendengarannya untuk mengetahui keadaan sekitarnya. Kebutaannya inilah yang menyebabkan Lee Raven, sang buronan salah sangka dan terpaksa membawanya untuk mencegah Angela membocorkan penampilan fisiknya.

Ketika mengetahui bahwa Angela buta, Lee tidak serta merta me
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Irene
Well, your typical well-written historical wild west romance, with hero abducting a heroine, falling in love with her and reforming to live happily ever after without marshals pursuing them :)
Julie
I listened to this on audiobook and it was a long slog of a book. I could barely stand it, although the narrator did a really good job with the Mexican accents, but she made Lee sound like a young boy and I just could not get into his character one single bit. Plus it was irksome the way she made Angela's mother's voice have an English accent, when she is a former saloon owner who grew up in Texas! Didn't the narrator know what the background was of Angels's mother? Really annoyed me! Plus the s ...more
Manuela
La Heath è sempre brava, la storia ha dei momenti emozionanti, ma la fase del rapimento risulta abbastanza monotona.
Mmeguillotine
Terrible. Basic, no intricacy, no depth. Can't finish.
Jeanne
Not a bad story. Romance set in early Texas. A bit predictable, but still entertaining. Lee Raven kidnaps Angela when she accidentally bumps into him while he's robbing a bank. Worried she'll identify him, he takes her with him when he and his brothers flee. Angela, however, is blind. Too late to return her to her home, Lee brings her to his home. Of course, they fall in love. And then Lee has to face up to his past. He wants to protect everyone he loves. Angela wants to help him, to be a vital ...more
Santy
Oh I love this story...
This has been their destiny to meet and fall in love.
Lorraine Lesar
This must b a very early book of Lorraine Heath's. I am an avid fan of Lorraine's, and normally rate her books 5 stars, but sorry, this one is not for me. I couldn't identify with the H & H and found her writing a bit boring and long winded. From this one taste, I will not be looking for any of her earlier books, just her recent ones, which I love.
Leah Madsen
Thought it was a different book, but it was a good story. It was much racier than I like though. The story made me think of A Gown of Spanish Lace (The Janette Oke Collection) but much, much, racier.
Tumpale
I didn't much like when the outlaw and the lady were playing house. They were much better when they were on the run. And I'm still debating whether or not I liked the twist even though I saw it coming. Overall, this was an adequate lunchtime book and I'll probably read the next book in the series.
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She is the daughter of a British beauty (her mom won second place in a beauty contest sponsored by Max Factor® durin
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