Flawed, And Loved (Western Historical Romance) (Frontier Women) by Florence Linnington
Loving an outlaw isn’t easy, but it’s harder if you do not know you are loving one.
When Ellie accidentally gets caught up in an outlaw gang’s escape, gang member David manages to convince his group to release Ellie since her blindfold meant she has not seen any of her abductors.
As the outlaws lie low after the bank robbery, David is forced to become a ranch hand at a nearby ranch. He believes it will be just a matter of weeks before he and the rest of the gang are able to slip out of town and escape.
But fate has other plans for David Bynes.
He soon realizes that Ellie is the sister-in-law of his ranch boss. Every time David sees Ellie, he doesn’t think he can resist her.
And Ellie can’t take her eyes off David, not knowing that he is the outlaw who saved her.
As David struggles to hide his real identity, he must decide whether love is powerful enough to transform a man like him.
And, with secrets of her own, Ellie must choose between love and duty, even as she finds herself falling for the handsome criminal.
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