Review: The Outlaw by Lily Graison

April 24, 2013 Review 0

Lily Graison


The Outlaw (

By: Lily Graison (author website)

eBook, 171 pages
Published March 12th 2012 by Alinar Publishing
Source: Author, for the purpose of an honest review
Genre: Western Romance
Stars: 4.5
Flames: 3.5

Lily Graison did it again! She roped me right in. A strong willed banker’s daughter, a sexy as sin Outlaw, a bank robbery, then a kidnapping, a rescue, then another kidnapping.

Colt and Sarah are on the run, on a single horse trying to outrun not only the first men who kidnapped her, but also Sarah’s fiancé, her towns’ sheriff.

Sarah is trying hard to fend off her attraction to Colt and is failing miserably. Colt doesn’t help matters at all. He wants her and he tries and tries, but she is not having any of it. She knows she will eventually be going back to her life and fiancé and needs to stay untouched.

These two go together like gunpowder and lead. The sexual tension is so hot that when they finally get it on it explodes right off the pages.

After I finished with the Lawman, I dove right in and finished the Outlaw the next day. Then I bought the other two books. I highly recommend this series to anyone who loves cowboys, and strong female characters. Lily does a wonderful job with the time period. It feels like you are there with them in 1869.

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