[Epub] ❧ Outlaw (Carre, #1) ➛ Susan Johnson – Furosemidelasix.info

Outlaw (Carre, #1) He Was A Wild Rogue Who Filled Her With Ecstasy And Impossible LongingsShe Should Have Been Afraid, For He Towered Over Her, Holding Her Captive With Eyes That Smoldered With Barely Leashed Passion, But What Elizabeth Graham Felt Instead Was An Answering Fire He Was Her Enemy, The Infamous Laird Of Ravensby, A Bold Privateer Who D Abducted Her To Win His Brother S Freedom From An English Dungeon Yet Even Though Tomorrow They D Be Adversaries Once , Tonight She Could Not Deny Herself The Pleasure Of His TouchShe Was A Temptress Who Made Him Ache With Desire And Forget They Were EnemiesThe Lady Was His Prisoner, Completely At His Mercy, Yet When The Feisty Angel Whose Hair Glittered With Moonlight Stood Proudly Before Him And Insisted He Spend The Night, Johnnie Carre Was Shocked To Feel A Restless, Aching Need To Possess Her, To Taste Her Secrets And Make Her His Forever But Keeping Her With Him Would Force A Battle With Leacherous Foes Men Who D Vowed To Tear His Beloved From His Arms And Send Him To The Gallows


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10 thoughts on “Outlaw (Carre, #1)

  1. says:

    Carre series, book 1 of 2 Johnnie Carre, Laird of Ravensby captures his enemy s daughter, Elizabeth Graham for ransom, but letting her go will be his biggest battle yetUK EDITION SERIES INFO REVIEWCarre seriesBook 1Formats Kindle paperback in both US UKThe Carre series follows two Scottish brothers during the struggle for independence from British rule starting with Johnnie Carre, Laird of Ravensby, year 1704.Susan Johnson aka C.C Gibbs has different pu


  2. says:

    Carre series, book 1 of 2 Johnnie Carre, Laird of Ravensby captures his enemy s daughter, Elizabeth Graham for ransom, but letting her go will be his biggest battle yetUS EDITION SERIES INFO REVIEWCarre seriesBook 1Formats Kindle paperback in both US UKThe Carre series follows two Scottish brothers during the struggle for independence from British rule starting with Johnnie Carre, Laird of Ravensby, year 1704.Susan Johnson aka C.C Gibbs has different publisher


  3. says:

    4 intriguing, romantic, and sex that burns up the pages stars I love it when an author can write a story that stays true to historical detail, but does it in a way that brings the characters to life, making me care about them and whatever course they re on Such is the case with Outlaw, the first of two books in Susan Johnson s Carre series.About the story With relations between Scotland and England reaching a boiling point, the last thing Johnnie Carre, Laird of Rave


  4. says:

    3.5 STARS OR 7 10I really wish goodreads had half stars, sigh It would make trying to round up or round down much easier Okay, on to the review I do love a kidnapping captor tale Especially when love comes a knockin Whether it be contemporary or historical, I m on it Outlaw was a good book with some seriously swoon worthy scenes It was also a book that had me melting over the hero, Johnnie Carre, a Scottish lord, where initially I wanted to punch him He was a man of Honor,


  5. says:

    This book is exquisitely written, with an authentic feel to the historical setting It involves one of my favorite scenarios in Romancelandia, the abduction and ransoming of hostages, which was quite common in the area bordering Scotland and England in that era An acceptable source of income and political pressure.While the dangers were very real, there was a feeling of all the players, including the abductee, being aware that this was a game of chess, with set rules, which even th


  6. says:

    So this was my biggest problem with this book..I never liked Elizabeth and Johnnie at the same time Let me explain Elizabeth starts out the book in a strong way She is a wealthy, independent widow who knows what she wants She isn t looking for a man to rescue hershe doesn t even want a manuntil Johnnie She falls for Johnnie pretty early onis jealous of him and his mistresses from the beginning I really liked her However, after the point where Johnnie and her marry it s all dow So this wa


  7. says:

    Holy mother of God This first chapter is how you write an opening to a book Seriously wow, I actually felt breathless Detailed, detailed, detailed writing, hot damn this is the amazing hard to find craft I have been missing in books lately Oh wow, Elizabeth afraid of Johnnie s reputation as a ladies man says I don t want to be forgotten and he responds with I never forget What a wickedly charming S.O.B.Kudos to the author for making what would seem to be a very accurate account of two pe Holy m


  8. says:

    Wow I really enjoyed this book by an author I hadn t read before Johnnie Carre, Laird of Ravensby, is a rich, powerful, totally promiscuous, and utterly charming Scotsman Nary a kilt in sight it s only 1704 He wears trewes He becomes obsessed with Lady Elizabeth Graham, after he abducts her to hold in exchange for his brother who has been captured by Elizabeth s father And although she s a respectable widow, she becomes obsessed with him too He lets her go, but that s just the beginnin Wow I really en


  9. says:

    Book 1 of 2 in 2 book series Next is To Please A Lady Great Book


  10. says:

    I m kind of on the fence about this book I grabbed it at the Lifeline Bookfair because I love me some early 90s crazysauce romance I definitely got some crazysauce, but I was not expecting quite so much sex Like damn I was worried the poor heroine was going to get a UTI At the start, the hero was basically a fuckboi I did like that the heroine was pretty aloof against his shenanigans She was pragmatic about what she wanted Then of course when the hero decides he must have her, he kidnaps I m kind of on the fence ab


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