THE OUTLAW'S RETURN
THE OUTLAW’S RETURN (4) by Victoria Bylin: Denver, Colo., 1876: J.T. Quinn finds Mary Larue, hoping to apologize and have a second chance with her. Mary, the owner of a thriving restaurant, has no intention of going back to her old life as a singer in a bawdy house. J.T. knows he should leave her alone, but something keeps him close. As they spend time together, they learn more about each other. Is this the brand-new start they need? Readers will enjoy this book. The characters are fresh, no-nonsense types. Mary is the most interesting, as she had made a new life for herself, leaving behind a torrid past and learning to live in the present without guilt.