Wednesday, November 6, 2019

Sootlight: The Outlaw’s Heart

The Outlaw’s Heart (Runaway Bides - Book 3) by Amy Sandas

Publication: 10/29/2019
Publisher: Sourcebooks 
Imprint: sourcebooks Casablanca 
Genre: Western Historical Romance
Pages: 320

Spotlights are books that I didn’t have the time to review this month. But ones that still make great reading options.

This is a great choice choice it you are looking to get into western historical romances.

Amy Sandas on the Web: Website, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Goodreads

Books in the series:

Runaway Brides

Cover Art:

Excerpt from The Outlaw’s Heart courtesy of Amazon’s Look Inside feature


Three runaway brides
Determined to escape their fates
Flee West to find freedom that can only be had
in a cowboy's arms...
Desperate to escape an unhappy marriage, Boston socialite Evelyn Perkins flees west in hopes of losing herself to the dusty frontier. But when her train is boarded by outlaws, Evelyn is taken for ransom. Despite her terror, Evelyn fears being returned to her husband more. Refusing to co-operate, she becomes the responsibility of a man whose steady gaze threatens to pierce her brave façade and reach the wounded heart within.
Gabriel Sloan has his orders, but the haunting shadows in the pretty young woman's eyes spark an intense protective instinct he can't deny. Every look, every touch brings them closer together. He would do anything to protect her, but dangerous men are on their trail, and soon the two must face Evelyn's darkest nightmare―or risk losing the unexpected joy they've found forever...

The Outlaw’s Heart is available now from your favorite bookseller

About the author:

Amy Sandas writes historical romance about dashing and sometimes dangerous men and women who are often reckless, bold, and unconventional. Her affinity for writing began with sappy pre-teen poems and led to a Bachelor's degree with an emphasis on Creative Writing from the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities. She lives with her husband and children in Wisconsin.

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