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Despite her unconventional upbringing -- she'd been adopted off the orphan train by the local "madam" -- Emma Chalmers was the most prim and proper young lady in all of Whitneyville. Why, she wouldn't even permit Fulton Whitney to kiss her, and they were practically engaged! But when Steven Fairfax landed in her home, wounded in an explosion at the town's raunchiest saloo Despite her unconventional upbringing -- she'd been adopted off the orphan train by the local "madam" -- Emma Chalmers was the most prim and proper young lady in all of Whitneyville. Why, she wouldn't even permit Fulton Whitney to kiss her, and they were practically engaged! But when Steven Fairfax landed in her home, wounded in an explosion at the town's raunchiest saloon, his lazy smile made Emma's blood race. Slowly, Steven stilled her fears with his gentle, insistent caresses...until at last she gave herself unashamedly to the splendid passion that was their destiny. Yet now Emma faced a new terror -- for the drifter she loved so desperately was a wanted man, and his past was about to catch up with him!


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Despite her unconventional upbringing -- she'd been adopted off the orphan train by the local "madam" -- Emma Chalmers was the most prim and proper young lady in all of Whitneyville. Why, she wouldn't even permit Fulton Whitney to kiss her, and they were practically engaged! But when Steven Fairfax landed in her home, wounded in an explosion at the town's raunchiest saloo Despite her unconventional upbringing -- she'd been adopted off the orphan train by the local "madam" -- Emma Chalmers was the most prim and proper young lady in all of Whitneyville. Why, she wouldn't even permit Fulton Whitney to kiss her, and they were practically engaged! But when Steven Fairfax landed in her home, wounded in an explosion at the town's raunchiest saloon, his lazy smile made Emma's blood race. Slowly, Steven stilled her fears with his gentle, insistent caresses...until at last she gave herself unashamedly to the splendid passion that was their destiny. Yet now Emma faced a new terror -- for the drifter she loved so desperately was a wanted man, and his past was about to catch up with him!

30 review for Emma And The Outlaw

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jessica's Totally Over The Top Book Obsession

    I really enjoyed Emma and the outlaw. After the cliffhanger from book one I couldn't wait to see Emma and Lily get together. Unfortunately they didn't get together until the last few minutes of the book and then another damn cliffhanger. OMG I was like noooooo! I liked both Emma and Steven. Emma was a lot like Lily in personality. She wanted to be a respectable lady so bad. Not only was she worried about turning out like her mother but she was adopted by a madam that ran a brothel so she did eve I really enjoyed Emma and the outlaw. After the cliffhanger from book one I couldn't wait to see Emma and Lily get together. Unfortunately they didn't get together until the last few minutes of the book and then another damn cliffhanger. OMG I was like noooooo! I liked both Emma and Steven. Emma was a lot like Lily in personality. She wanted to be a respectable lady so bad. Not only was she worried about turning out like her mother but she was adopted by a madam that ran a brothel so she did everything in her power to be prim and ladylike. Steven was a sexy southern man on the run for a crime he didn't commit. Emma had a man courting her when she met Steven but he was a loser and Steven didn't let that stop him from going after and getting the woman he loved. Emma and Steven had a ton of passion. I felt like there could have been a little less sex in this book because once Emma and Steven started having sex they went at it like bunnies. Overall this was a really good read and I can't wait to see what happened to Caroline.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Wendy

    This book had everything I come to expect from Linda Lael Miller. It had action, excitement, a good plot, lots of spicy scenes, and hunky cowboys.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Melissa

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Emma Chalmers is a seven year old girl who, along with her two sisters Caroline and Lucy, are sent on the orphan train by their biological mother at the request of the mother's newest lover. Caroline is adopted first, leaving Emma and Lucy to continue on the train west. Emma is adopted by a woman who is hoping to get a free domestic servant for her household and possible sexual servant for her husband. Lucy continues on the train west. Emma is rescued at the train station by Chloe, a brother. an Emma Chalmers is a seven year old girl who, along with her two sisters Caroline and Lucy, are sent on the orphan train by their biological mother at the request of the mother's newest lover. Caroline is adopted first, leaving Emma and Lucy to continue on the train west. Emma is adopted by a woman who is hoping to get a free domestic servant for her household and possible sexual servant for her husband. Lucy continues on the train west. Emma is rescued at the train station by Chloe, a brother. and saloon owner who wanted a daughter and paid off the vile woman. Emma ends up in a nice home and has a good upbringing. Chloe decides to open up a public lending library so Emma has a job after coming home from normal school (teachers' college). Even though Emma loves and defends Chloe, Emma also wants respectability. She feels her life is stained twice over with a biological mother who was weak for men and brandy and being the daughter of the local madam. Hence her courtship with Fulton Whitney, the banker; yet he leaves her cold. Emma hasn't given up on the dream of re-connecting with her sisters. One day, a drunk decides to celebrate his birthday by bringing a stick of dynamite into another saloon and an explosion leaves many saloon patrons injured. One of those patrons is Steven Fairfax, a former Confederate soldier and an outlaw wanted in his home state of Louisiana. Chloe takes Steven into her home so that he can heal; Emma does nurse him back to health in between shifts at the library. There is a lot of lust from Steven's side already. A few days of nursing and they are having make out sessions. Steven decides to stay in Whitneyville and court Emma, Fulton be damned. Emma decides to play Steven against Fulton so she can be rid of both of them, but ends up falling for Steven. Once the sex starts between Steven and Emma it doesn't stop. EVERY CHAPTER after Steven takes Emma's v-card in a field of daisies has at least one sex scene. Steven really likes Emma's breasts; so much nipple sucking and licking. Seriously after a while, the sex scenes were just repetitive nonsense. Macon, Steven's half-brother and technically the real villain (although Fulton gives that role a real shot), is searching for Steven so he can bring Steven back to New Orleans to stand trial for the murder of Dirk (Macon's bastard son) and Mary McCall (Dirk's lover who wanted Steven....it's complicated). Macon uses Emma to get to Steven; they travel back to New Orleans, more family secrets are discovered, Macon repeatedly promises that he will rape Emma over and over again after Steven is hanged for his crimes, Macon actually attempts to rape Emma while the rest of the family is at Steven's trial, Lucy (Macon's wife) mental illness....Old skool romance crazy sauce is HIGH in this book. Being a romance, the true killer is found, Steven is cleared of all charges, Emma has a baby, finds one of her sisters, and Macon takes off for Europe. Daisy, the African-American cook and house cleaner that works in Chloe's household is the only POC character that is treated with respect. The Fairfax plantation owners treat it's household help as if blacks were still slaves. Emma is the only one to show any respect for the workers. A few black characters are physically described by their hair and size/whiteness of their teeth. The black servants of other households in New Orleans were also given a crappy hand; the one black servant to the McCall family goes home to her husband who is the epitome of black angry man and abuser. And then there is this gem, courtesy of Lucy Fairfax: "Please tell Miss McCall that Mrs. Macon Fairfax and Mrs. Steven Fairfax have come to pay a visit," Lucy said in a business-like tone that belied her odd ways. "And kindly don't leave us standing out here in the midday sun while you dillydally." The woman hurried away, and Lucy turned to Emma and confided "You must be firm with people of color. After being told what to do for so long, they can't always be trusted to reason for themselves." (pg. 305) It was at that moment that the book became intimately acquainted with the wall opposite my reading chair. Reminder: this book was published in 1991.....not 1891. Memo to publishers/authors: before reprinting old romances, revise/update/edit the fuck out some shit that you got away with earlier, for modern readers are going to red flag that shit. Between the racism and the constant verbal rape threats/real sexual assaults by Macon and Fulton on Emma, I started to become sick and couldn't wait for the book to end (I was curious about the killer's identity). Maybe it's just bad timing reading this book after the IRL events of the last couple of weeks, but the bitterness held by the Southern characters over the Civil War was the last thing that I needed. Not a book I can recommend.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Addicted2Luv

    This is the first Western I've read, and I really enjoyed it. This is the first Western I've read, and I really enjoyed it.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Amy

    This was one of those books that I wasn’t really sure whether I would like around the middle of it but I did enjoy it. It really took an interesting turn that I guess you could’ve expected but I was kind of expecting it to go the other way… But that’s what so great about books because you never know what’s going to happen and it’s totally OK because eventually everything resolves itself. I’m looking forward to reading the third and final installment about Caroline.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Courtney

    Emma was the typical lonely spinster running an library, searching for her sisters, being courted by a man she doesn't love. This all changes the day the Stephen an injured man enters her life. Emma's world is turned upside down as she realizes that sometimes love finds you when you least expect it. Great book would continue the series. Emma was the typical lonely spinster running an library, searching for her sisters, being courted by a man she doesn't love. This all changes the day the Stephen an injured man enters her life. Emma's world is turned upside down as she realizes that sometimes love finds you when you least expect it. Great book would continue the series.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Beth Behshad

    Linda Lael Miller's novels are wonderfully written. This one added to my love of the early 1900s. I love how Steven teased Emma at the beginning. The humor in it and the transition from love to war to family. Reading this book wanted me to go back and meet the characters drawn to set in the Victorian Era. Linda Lael Miller's novels are wonderfully written. This one added to my love of the early 1900s. I love how Steven teased Emma at the beginning. The humor in it and the transition from love to war to family. Reading this book wanted me to go back and meet the characters drawn to set in the Victorian Era.

  8. 5 out of 5

    LHC Girl

    Another Winner This is a great series and iam on to the third one. When she writes a book about a certain time period she keeps to the way things were at that time. She doesn't bring in the way things are now and I like that when I'm reading a book. Great read. Another Winner This is a great series and iam on to the third one. When she writes a book about a certain time period she keeps to the way things were at that time. She doesn't bring in the way things are now and I like that when I'm reading a book. Great read.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Tara Prinsep

    This book was a disappointment. Did not like it at all.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Sylvia

    I loved this book!! great story!! my 1st time reading this author!!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Nikki

    I had a love hate with this book. At first I loved it. Then they had sex, it became a book about a girl with no brain chasing sex and I didn't like it. I had a love hate with this book. At first I loved it. Then they had sex, it became a book about a girl with no brain chasing sex and I didn't like it.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Barbara

    Want to read — January 27, 2015 Liked this one better than the first one.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Julie Martinez

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Great!! Emma solved the murder mystery and found a sister! Don’t know what she ever saw in Fulton. Steven is hot, sexy outlaw, upstanding man. Loved him!!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Deborah Gaspar

    Romance.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Richard Guerrero

    I felt this book was better than the first one but it still dragged on for me. I did like the characters in the story line. Like the first book, crazy sex moments.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Barbara

    So fun to follow their stories. Onto book 3!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Jazmine

    I started off really enjoying this book, but it ended up dragging a little for me. 3.5 stars.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Kimberly

    After finishing ‘Lily and the Major’, I knew I wanted to start Emma’s story ASAP as I wanted to read this one first intentionally but I decided to be a good reader and follow book order. Yet again, the cover drew me in even though it isn’t nothing fancy, but I still found it pretty and pleasing. Emma is the second oldest of the Chalmers sisters who got adopted by a ‘madam’ whom owned a local saloon / bordello. She was kind to Emma, treated her as if she was her own daughter and refused to subject After finishing ‘Lily and the Major’, I knew I wanted to start Emma’s story ASAP as I wanted to read this one first intentionally but I decided to be a good reader and follow book order. Yet again, the cover drew me in even though it isn’t nothing fancy, but I still found it pretty and pleasing. Emma is the second oldest of the Chalmers sisters who got adopted by a ‘madam’ whom owned a local saloon / bordello. She was kind to Emma, treated her as if she was her own daughter and refused to subject her to the life of a working girl in a bordello – she even forbids her to enter her very own. Even though Emma is grown, she’s never forgotten her two sisters – Lily and Caroline. Whenever the train comes to town, Emma makes sure she’s there to hand out posters with her sisters information on them, hoping one day she’ll find them again. While at the train station, she meets the books hero – Steven – as he departs a train cart with his horse. Not soon after, Emma encounters Steven again when he was injured in a blast and is convalescing in Chloe’s (Emma’s adopted mother) home. After a clumsy introduction and regaining some of his strength, Steven starts to flirt with Emma and eventually kisses her. Steven’s intention was never to stay long as he is an outlaw on the run, but he just can’t get sweet Emma off his mind which he inevitably decides to say. Steven relentlessly vies for her attention even though she has been seeing the town banker but that doesn’t deter him one bit. With all his wooing attempts, Emma loses her virtue and they end up marring after Steven goes on a cattle run. Emma learns why he is on the run and condemned an outlaw, which takes them to Louisiana – Stevens home and to face the crime he didn’t commit. She is welcomed into the Fairfax home with warm and welcoming arms of Cyrus (Steven’s grandfather) and Lucy (Steven’s sister in law), but Macon’s (Steven’s half brother) greeting is anything but warm. He makes snide and lewd remarks to her about making her his mistress and her popping out a few red headed bastard children once Steven is found guilty. Near the end, the person that committed the crime is brought to light and Steven is cleared. Before reading this book, I thought Steven’s crime that condemned him to be an outlaw more severe than what it was and that he actually did do the so called crime. When I got to about 75-80%, I kinda had a hunch who the killer was – I narrowed it down to two people, so I kinda felt how it was gonna go. I really enjoyed Emma and Steven as usual. Both were quite enjoyable characters. I also liked Cyrus, he was kind and warm to Emma, treating her like a real granddaughter, and vowed to protect her from Macon. Lucy seemed like a good sweet southern belle, but under the surface, her visage is severely cracked due to living with the likes of Macon. And Macon, well lets say he was a real doozy of a snake. He thought he could schmooze anyone into getting what he wanted and was constantly after Emma every chance he could get – to a point that he tries to rape her but gets interrupted, literally by being shot by his cousin / nephew. Fulton, I didn’t care much for him and I could never figure out why he was so desperate and persistent to get Emma to marry him. Now Joellen, good lord did I despise that girl. She was 16, so spoiled and used to getting what she wanted. I loved how Steven set her straight with a good ‘ol spanking to get through to her and to deter her plot of getting him to marry her. It sure set her straight afterwards, changing her mind within a second about forcing him to marry her and declaring she hated him. Alike the previous book, there was plenty of humorous dialog and scenes throughout the book as well. I usually don’t keep track of intimate scenes while I read books, but I did notice this one had less than the first one, which was packed with about 7 or so. I feel like you don’t need many (more than 3 or 4) to convey the hero and heroines chemistry and romance in a book, but hey, that’s just my personal opinion. After finishing this, I would eventually like to get to Caroline’s story and see the sister’s finally reunited all together at last. One day I hope to also add this to my physical book collection as well.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Jerry Jares

    This book reminds me of a song by Peggy Lee, `Is That All There Is?' Info about the "orphan trains" was very interesting but that fizzled fast. The rest of the book had enough plot to separate the huge number of sex scenes -- barely. After a while, the repetitive sex scenes became boring! The book opens with sisters Emma and Lily being separated at a train station. Emma has been chosen to stay and the conductor spirits Lily back on the train. One of the tragedies of that "orphan train" was the lik This book reminds me of a song by Peggy Lee, `Is That All There Is?' Info about the "orphan trains" was very interesting but that fizzled fast. The rest of the book had enough plot to separate the huge number of sex scenes -- barely. After a while, the repetitive sex scenes became boring! The book opens with sisters Emma and Lily being separated at a train station. Emma has been chosen to stay and the conductor spirits Lily back on the train. One of the tragedies of that "orphan train" was the likelihood that a child could be chosen for reasons other than giving a youngster a safe home. Chloe, a madam, knew this was going to happen to Emma and pays $100.00 to the person choosing this red-haired child. When the woman snidely asks Chloe if she plans to turn Emma into a prostitute, Chloe says she has always wanted a child of her own - and Emma would be that child. The next phase opens 13 years later and Emma has a beau, Fulton. He is a banker and heir to a huge fortune. Emma realizes she isn't in love with him but she wants to be accepted by the town (being the child of the town's madam leaves her virtue in doubt). After an explosion, the injured are sent to various homes because of the numbers and the severity of their wounds. Thus, Emma meets Steven when he is placed in Chloe's home. Before the first day is over, Steven tells her he plans to "take her" soon. And he does. However, it didn't fit; Emma was going to marry a man she didn't love in order to get the respectability she craved. So she gives herself to the first man who isn't her intended? (Half the town watched Steven and Emma go to the island and knew what happened). Logical? The book seemed to shift focus on a whim. First, the story was about the tragedies of the "orphan trains." Then it is a romance with a triangle: a woman is almost engaged but runs off with the new man in town (who obviously has a troubled past). Then the brother of the man with a troubled past demands Steven go back to Louisiana to face charges for murdering 2 people. Steven and Emma go back to face the trial. In the meantime, the brother threatens Emma - stating that he will be "consoling the widow" as soon as Steven is hanged. There is a mystery about who could have killed the 2 people, and it is resolved in an interesting fashion. However, Miller had to resort to `insanity' to solve the mystery. How ho-hum.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Kym McNabney

    It pains me to give this book a not so good review. Linda Lael Mille is truly one of my all time favorite authors. I've read over 15 of her books to date and this is only the second book of hers that I didn't like. The first book I didn't like of hers started out with her usual flare but very quickly died. I couldn't finish it. This one also started out with her usual spunk. It wasn't until around 80 to 100 pages that things seemed to drastically change. Beside there being WAY too much sex in it It pains me to give this book a not so good review. Linda Lael Mille is truly one of my all time favorite authors. I've read over 15 of her books to date and this is only the second book of hers that I didn't like. The first book I didn't like of hers started out with her usual flare but very quickly died. I couldn't finish it. This one also started out with her usual spunk. It wasn't until around 80 to 100 pages that things seemed to drastically change. Beside there being WAY too much sex in it, it turned into all telling, repeating, and very disjointed. I can't imagine what happened other then she may have been under a deadline pressure and didn't give it her usual time. Somehow, painfully slow, I made it through. I had kept hoping things would shift back to how the beginning was written but it never did. It took me so long to read it, and was so different then the beginning that it seemed like a different book then the one I'd started. Oh well, I still have several others of hers on my bookshelf to read and have every intention to read them. I know she's an amazing writer and we all have our bad days, so I wouldn't let two out of many deter me.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Wendy Tavenner

    I originally read this book many years ago, it had such an impact that I never forgot the name of the book!!! Linda Lael Miller is such a wonderful writer. Emma was put on the orphan train along with her 2 sisters and each sister was taken an adopted by different people in different states!!! If you loved Lily's story you will love Emma and Stevens!! Emma was adopted by Chloe Reese a madam of her own business. Emma was loved and raised as a proper lady and became a librarian. Steven is wanted in I originally read this book many years ago, it had such an impact that I never forgot the name of the book!!! Linda Lael Miller is such a wonderful writer. Emma was put on the orphan train along with her 2 sisters and each sister was taken an adopted by different people in different states!!! If you loved Lily's story you will love Emma and Stevens!! Emma was adopted by Chloe Reese a madam of her own business. Emma was loved and raised as a proper lady and became a librarian. Steven is wanted in New Orleans for a murder he did not commit and has been on the run. When he meets Emma and falls in love with her, he knows he needs to return to New Orleans to prover his innocents!! You have love, intrigue, danger and a plot twist as to who the killer actual is. You will love this book!!!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Tia

    This series was the first I've read of any of Miss Miller's books and I don't necessarily think I'll read anymore. The first book was worse than this one and the third was better than both of its predecessors, so I guess there was progression with the series. But, with that being said, all these people did was have sex. Literally. Pages and pages of sex. Great for them, boring for me. All three books had very stereotypical "strong" female characters, until the heroes entered the picture. Then al This series was the first I've read of any of Miss Miller's books and I don't necessarily think I'll read anymore. The first book was worse than this one and the third was better than both of its predecessors, so I guess there was progression with the series. But, with that being said, all these people did was have sex. Literally. Pages and pages of sex. Great for them, boring for me. All three books had very stereotypical "strong" female characters, until the heroes entered the picture. Then all three "strong" heroines couldn't keep their hands to themselves but felt guilty about it afterward. Blech.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Tonya Warner

    Just an ok story. A little slow. Emma Chalmers has been raised by the town madam after her mother chose her new soldier boyfriend over her daughters. Separated from her two sisters, and stuggling to not repeat the flaws she seen in her mother, Emma focuses on being prim and proper. Running the town library while trying to find her sisters, Emma is debating on whether to settle for marriage to the banker, Fulton Whitney. Finding herself to the rough Steven Fairfax, she wonders if she is more like Just an ok story. A little slow. Emma Chalmers has been raised by the town madam after her mother chose her new soldier boyfriend over her daughters. Separated from her two sisters, and stuggling to not repeat the flaws she seen in her mother, Emma focuses on being prim and proper. Running the town library while trying to find her sisters, Emma is debating on whether to settle for marriage to the banker, Fulton Whitney. Finding herself to the rough Steven Fairfax, she wonders if she is more like her mother than she thought.

  24. 5 out of 5

    April

    I LOVE this series. I think how hard it must have been back then to be placed on a train with no way of knowing what the future has in store. Will you be separated from your siblings? What will the homes be like? Good? Abusive? Horrible? Such a scary time for a child. I can't imagine having to be separated from my brothers like that. We might not have gotten along when we were little, but we loved each other and wanted to protect each other. I can't wait to read Caroline's story. I LOVE this series. I think how hard it must have been back then to be placed on a train with no way of knowing what the future has in store. Will you be separated from your siblings? What will the homes be like? Good? Abusive? Horrible? Such a scary time for a child. I can't imagine having to be separated from my brothers like that. We might not have gotten along when we were little, but we loved each other and wanted to protect each other. I can't wait to read Caroline's story.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Lauren

    When she was little Emma was put on the orphan train along with her two sisters. Emma ended up in a small community where he grew up to start a library. She was on the verge of getting engaged to Fulton, the son of the banker in town when Steven Fairfax came into town. Steven was too pushy for me. Emma's denial of her feelings for Steven and the conflict within herself was poorly done. The sex scenes also seemed hastily done and not up to Linda Lael Miller's usual standards. When she was little Emma was put on the orphan train along with her two sisters. Emma ended up in a small community where he grew up to start a library. She was on the verge of getting engaged to Fulton, the son of the banker in town when Steven Fairfax came into town. Steven was too pushy for me. Emma's denial of her feelings for Steven and the conflict within herself was poorly done. The sex scenes also seemed hastily done and not up to Linda Lael Miller's usual standards.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Kasey

    The beginning of this book is really boring. It took me months to read because I kept stopping to read other books. After about 150 pages it got really good and I couldn't put this book down. I recommend to only read this book if you don't have a long list of other books to read. It's good but it takes time to finish it, if your like me. The beginning of this book is really boring. It took me months to read because I kept stopping to read other books. After about 150 pages it got really good and I couldn't put this book down. I recommend to only read this book if you don't have a long list of other books to read. It's good but it takes time to finish it, if your like me.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Haley

    I remember this book as one of the ones I sneaked off of my mom's bookshelf when I was younger. I didn't particularly enjoy rereading it this time. The first part was fine but the characters got together fairly quickly and after that my interest waned and I ended up not even going back to finish it. I remember this book as one of the ones I sneaked off of my mom's bookshelf when I was younger. I didn't particularly enjoy rereading it this time. The first part was fine but the characters got together fairly quickly and after that my interest waned and I ended up not even going back to finish it.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Lynette

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Wow, what a story! This ready was full of everything--from romance to ranching with a little bit of mystery added in--I enjoyed ever last word; especially trying to figure out who killed Mary~~boy was I shocked when I finally got the that part, can't wait the read Caroline's story; here's hoping it's as good as her sister'a stories were Wow, what a story! This ready was full of everything--from romance to ranching with a little bit of mystery added in--I enjoyed ever last word; especially trying to figure out who killed Mary~~boy was I shocked when I finally got the that part, can't wait the read Caroline's story; here's hoping it's as good as her sister'a stories were

  29. 5 out of 5

    Sherdene

    I think the reason I liked this book so much is the strong characters and how their different traits balance each other out. Like most Linda Lael Miller books, there are a few "steamy" scences. But still a gook book. I think the reason I liked this book so much is the strong characters and how their different traits balance each other out. Like most Linda Lael Miller books, there are a few "steamy" scences. But still a gook book.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Regina Rolando

    Covers a great deal of time and the love they have for each other is nice. They are both supportive and funny. Clever and smart. They are a cute couple and I preordered Caroline and the Raider after 55 pages into this book. Very good read.

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