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  • Page-Turning, sexy, historical romance

    To Marry a Texas Outlaw is a page-turning, sexy, historical romance. Most importantly, it is a joy to read. Our heroine Josie is a real spitfire. From the moment we meet her, she’s cussing up a storm and fighting for her survival. Having been knocked on the head, she has no memory of who she is or why she is in trouble. That doesn’t stop her from fighting for what she wants. I find that her strength of character really shines throughout the novel. She’s fierce, loyal, and brave. She plays poker, shoots guns, and rescues kittens. She is willing to put her life in danger for those she around her, with little concern for her own safety. Ms. Broday has created quite the heroine in Josie; one I could easily spend time with. Luke is technically an outlaw, running from the law and any man willing to call him out for the reward. But truthfully, to me, and Josie as well, he’s more of a hero than an outlaw. He calls himself a killer, but he’s really serving his own brand of justice. He defends and saves women and children, writing wrongs along the way. In the previous books, he looks at his family from the outside; in this book, he finally becomes a part of the family he longs for. He also has a great horse, Major John, who happens to have an affinity for beer. The horse manages to get loose and drink multiple barrels full of beer. The scene with Luke retrieving Major John from the saloon is quite hilarious to the town members, as well as this reader! Josie and Luke make a well-balanced team. She helps him realize the importance of family and what he should be striving for. He helps her laugh more and find a supportive family. Sparks fly between these two right away. This is exactly the kind of couple I like to read about in novels. They are both strong, individual, characters, who can disagree, support, and then grow to love each other. I enjoyed revisiting the characters from the second book in the series. I always love reading updates on characters from previous books in the series. The Legend family and the Lone Star ranch are no exception. To Marry a Texas Outlaw is a great conclusion to the stories of the Legend family with happily ever afters all around. Well-written, with great characters and a believable romance, To Marry a Texas Outlaw is worth the read as a stand alone, or as the conclusion to a great series.

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  • Such great characters

    I really enjoyed this romance. I just discovered Linda Broday a few months ago when I read Knight on the Texas Plains and knew I wanted read more of her writing so I jumped on the chance to read this book. This is the third book in the Men of Legend series and I was a bit concerned going in since I have not read the earlier books. I had nothing to worry about and can assure readers that this book works well as a stand alone. I am so glad that I decided to read this wonderful little story. This book opens with a bang. Luke finds a woman tied up and her captors flee. He has very important business to take care of but he just can't leave her. She is covered in blood and has no memory of who she is and what has happened. Luke is a wanted man and it seems that the woman he rescued may be in the same situation. Luke and Josie were wonderful characters. Luke may be a wanted man but he was always thinking about how his actions affected others in his life. He really was a very caring man. Josie doesn't remember anything about her life but it was obvious what kind of person she was right away. She was very strong and I was eager to find out more about her. I thought that Luke and Josie were wonderful together. They seemed to really compliment each other and were always able to be open with each other. The chemistry between them was intense from the very beginning of the book and only got stronger as I continued to read. There was a lot going on in this book. I had a great time learning more about how Luke became an outlaw and how Josie ended up in the situation she was in at the start of the book. Add in a little drama with a child they run into who happens to know Josie and some problems at the ranch and you have a really exciting story. There was never a boring moment in this book. I would recommend this book to fans of western historical romances. I had so much fun reading this one and am really excited to go back and read the earlier books in the series. Linda Broday has created a wonderful family of characters in this delightful series. I received an advance reader edition of this book from Sourcebooks Casablanca via NetGalley.

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