Outlaw [NOOK Book]

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When her enemy, the infamous Laird of Ravensby, abducts her in order to win his brother's freedom from an English dungeon, Elizabeth Graham finds herself strangely attracted to this notorious privateer.
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Overview

When her enemy, the infamous Laird of Ravensby, abducts her in order to win his brother's freedom from an English dungeon, Elizabeth Graham finds herself strangely attracted to this notorious privateer.
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Editorial Reviews

Publishers Weekly - Publisher's Weekly
Johnson ( Sinful ) merges improbable history, titillating sex and sustained suspense, using the struggle for Scottish independence from British rule as the backdrop for a love story. Johnnie Carre, a powerful Border Lord in Scotland, kidnaps Elizabeth Graham, widowed daughter of his English enemy Lord Harold Godfrey, to force the release of his brother, Robbie. No rough-and-tumble warlord, Johnnie ``wore a black velvet jacket. . . . The lace at his cuffs and throat fell in fluid splendor; a spectacular diamond twinkled from the crushed folds of his jabot.'' Threatened by her father and her dead husband's sons, who plot to gain control of her marital inheritance, Elizabeth discovers she is pregnant with Johnnie's child. She proposes a marriage of convenience to her longtime suitor George Baldwin, who accepts. With an army of 300 men, Johnnie gallops into England to abduct the bride at the alter and ride with Elizabeth back to his country estate, Goldiehouse. But their happiness is threatened by the wicked Godfrey. Johnson tells a good story, but her one-dimensional characters have all the appeal of Tupperware. (Nov.)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780307574985
  • Publisher: Random House Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 2/17/2010
  • Sold by: Random House
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 448
  • Sales rank: 188,999
  • File size: 3 MB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 13, 2013

    Here's Johnnie!.....Big Ed's Girl

    I'm a Susan Johnson fan from way back . This has gotto be one of her best yet! John Carre has to be one of the most charismatic male characters I've ever met (and the way Susan's words bring him to life, it feels so real). The unfolding of his feelings for Elizabeth is well worth the up and down journey their love story takes; and if you decide to come along for the ride, you won't regret a single moment of the trip!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 26, 2004

    Terrible Ending

    Three things I didn¿t like about this book. 1. Terrible ending. The story ends so abruptly you are left angry and frustrated. 2. After Elizabeth meets Johnnie she looses all her independence and becomes this week little kitten. I like books where the woman is strong, spunky and is the dominating character. 3. The sexual scenes are just not graphic enough. While reading this book I found myself skipping paragraphs because I was getting bored with the scenery and political bits. I wouldn¿t recommend this book to someone who wants a fiery, passionate sexual romance novel.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 7, 2003

    1st of so many more!!

    OUTLAW was so good. i could not put it down, i kept it with me for days after i finished because i got so attached to it. this book made me addicted to susan johnsons books, and its earned a place close if not deeply imbedded inside my heart and soul. read it then my other reviews and we can talk. there's nothing i love more. well maybe... but books r pretty close to number one.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 12, 2000

    HOT HOT HOT

    Johnie is so hot i wish he was in my bed!!!!!! I would love to bed Johnie and Robbie with only my cloak on.

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