Book Review: Outlaw's Honor

Outlaw's Honor (Cahill Ranch #2)

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She never expected this Cahill to be her hero—or the only man she'd need 
It's hard to forget a beautiful woman who picks your pocket the first time you meet. Darby Cahill recognizes Mariah Ayres the moment she walks into his bar looking for a job. He shouldn't hire her…or crave more after one impulsive kiss. But what starts as curiosity about her motives turns to concern when he senses how much danger she's in. 
Mariah has been running ever since she left her fiancé at the altar. Now she's playing the part of the perfect employee, terrified that her past will catch up with her. But Darby has already seen through her act. He's the kind of guy who saves people. And even if Mariah's given him no reason to trust her, he's determined to protect her—and he'll risk his life to do it…

's review 
Mar 13, 2017

really liked it
bookshelves: arc

**Outlaw's Honor generously provided by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.**

"Wherever the road takes me." Stars

I've immensely enjoyed my time spent in Gilt Edge, Montana with Cahill family in this second installment Outlaw's Honor. An interesting group of siblings who find themselves in spots of trouble thanks to their love interests. B.J. Daniels style of story telling in this contemporary western family drama series is exciting and interesting. This hails as the second book of the series and stars Darby Cahill and love interest Mariah.

Darby and Mariah come from two completely different backgrounds. What I love about Daniels style also is her inclusion of interesting history within her stories. Mariah's background comes as one such bright spot and how she ends up in Gilt Edge faced by Darby is alluring and dangerous. Darby who's been restless with life up until this point finds major points of interest with Mariah. He's struck by the sight of her and begins a dangerous game of cat and mouse. Both of them up to the challenge leads to a companionship of sharing and trust. I enjoyed watching them play their story out in this small western town. Their story was much different than that of Lillie and Trask's in book one but the same as far as compassion and love. The steam factor in these is very light but perfect for the structure of the story. And just like book one, Renegade's Pride, constructed into the story are the tales of secondary characters as well. There's a lot players in Gilt Edge and we follow along with them as the centralized love story plays out. It's an immersive kind of reading I truly enjoy especially in a series.

For someone who hasn't delved to far into contemporary western romances the Cahill Ranch series has drawn me in fully. I'm invested in the story telling of B.J. Daniels and the secondary stories that popped up here in Outlaw's Honor. I want to know the story of every Cahill sibling and see how their lives play out so needless to say I'm looking forward to the rest of the series very much. A huge bonus addition to my romance reading repertoire. Reading more stories that are family drama driven in small towns is on my to-do list. Hoping the Cahill Ranch series will lead me to many other new-to-me series from this author and others.

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