Saturday, January 1, 2011

Review: The Outlaws’ Woman by Beverly Sims

The Outlaws’ Woman by Beverly Sims

Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand Publishing
Genre: Menage Romance

Heat Rating: 3



No one ever told Lucy Black Grant ‘no’ until the two outlaws who saved her life decided to keep her for themselves. Her seduction by the men turned out to be the seduction of the entire camp in their impenetrable stronghold by Lucy instead. Pierre and Rafe were as different as two men could possibly be but share the same desires for the spitfire they brought into the midst of some unforgiveable character: a drunken, filthy man of the cloth who was not a preacher, Mercedes who desired her in many ways, a huge woman called Stella, Bridge who picked the wrong woman, her brother Lucas, and Jed who loved Lucy and her mother both.

Lucy found the outlaw life both exciting and frightening, and her heritage taught her that killing was sometimes necessary and robbery can become a way of live. Her lovers protected her, even as she grew wilder and more savage with those whom she considered useless and expendable. But things changed when her brother became a hostage and her belly grew large with child. Homesickness for her father Black Eagle Grant and mother Lucretia Lucinda Grant. Now she must find a way to go home...if she can!

Monica's Review

This story is very interesting on how one has to survive out in the wilderness and will do anything in order to survive even if everything that you were taught is now irrelevant. You start seeing the world through different eyes.

Lucy is a young naïve woman that always gets what she wants. She is used to being handed everything and that is just not the way of life. After being on the other side of the tracks she discovers a different world that puts her in danger, but is a strong fighter and knows how to take care of herself but for how long? I felt bad for her for all of the pain she suffered her a few weeks, months from being away from home but also so proud of her for how strong she truly is. Lucy has to readjust her taught customs in order to survive in this new camp but some of what she learned at home will come in handy. She learns that she can make a difference in a big way since there are lots to do in this new outlaw camp. Lucy is amazing in how she has overcome lots of obstacles but soon to her surprise she will find what she has been dreaming of but at what expense.

This camp where Lucy seeks refuge is intriguing because no matter how one lives it seems that they all care for each other in there own way. They are a small community of outlaws but they find a way to survive the only way they know how. It’s interesting on how Lucy was accustomed in living a life of luxury and now has to learn how to find for herself in everything. It’s all on how you manage your life and if you want to make a change for the better some how things will come together but until you are open for change.

3 ½ Tea Cups!

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