Thursday, June 15, 2017

Review: The Outlaw's Secret by Stacy Henrie


About the book:
Lawman in Disguise
Getting taken hostage by a gang of train robbers wasn't in dime novelist Essie Vanderfair's plans, but interviewing these men could make her career soar. Especially since the gang includes legendary outlaw Tex Beckett, better known as the Texas Titan. Tex is famed for his protection of women and children, so she'll be fine...right?

Keeping the gang in line was hard enough before a stubborn, beautiful writer interfered. Now Tex is scrambling to keep Essie safe, to gather evidence against the gang and most of all to hide his dangerous secrets. First, that he's a detective working undercover. And second, that he's not the Texas Titan at all, but Tex's twin brother, Tate Beckett.
My rating:
5 stars

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My thoughts:

The Outlaw's Secret was so fun! The main character, Essie, is a dime novelist and, looking for inspiration, decides to travel with outlaws...little does she know, one of the "outlaws" is really an undercover Pinkerton detective! This made for a very fun and entertaining story.

I loved how right from the first chapter the story held my attention. I liked both of the main characters and the romance was also written well. I loved that this historical romance had suspense and dangerous scenes. It made the story even more gripping.

All in all, I loved The Outlaw's Secret and definitely recommend it! I cannot wait to read the next book, The Renegade's Redemption.

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2 comments:

  1. Thanks for reading and reviewing the book, Melanie! So glad you enjoyed it.

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  2. Sounds like an interesting book! Thanks for the review.

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