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Almost an Outlaw by Patricia Preston
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Jun 07, 2011

really liked it
bookshelves: western-historical-romance
Read in June, 2011

ALMOST AN OUTLAW by Patricia Preston is an interesting western historical romance 1874,Liberty, Missouri. It is well written with depth and details.The characters are charming,engaging, and will capture your heart. Darcy,cousin to Jesse James,of the James-Younger gang,a widow,a dressmaker,has attracted unwanted attention from a bounty hunter and just wants peace.Austin,an ex-Captain,a horse rancher whose prize mare was stolen leading him to Libery again,old comrade with the Jesse-Younger gang and was once Darcy's rescuer eleven years prior. After all this time and many things happening in their lives,when they first meet again,they still have an attraction to each other. For Darcy,Austin was her first kiss.For Austin,Darcy,was his never forget. Together they will find each other again,and fall in love. This is a short,sweet story with a couple of steamy moments,but nothing to cause alarm.While,I enjoyed this story I would have liked to seen a better ending,that would allow you to see what happened next.But overall this is an interesting,sweet,quick read. This book was received for the purpose of review from Net Galley and the publisher and details can be found at Carina Press,and My Book Addiction Reviews.

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