The Outpost (Jamison Valley Series #4)

The Outpost (Jamison Valley Series #4)

by Devney Perry


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The Outpost 4.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 31 reviews.
BrandiCon More than 1 year ago
Everytime I see a new Devney Perry book I get all excited and go to my happy place. She has quickly become one of my auto read authors. I love Kristen Ashley, Lani Lynn Vale, Harper Sloan and Devney is definitely in the same category as those authors. Over the top uber alphas check, twists you dont expect check, funny laugh out loud moments check check. Outpost is about Goliath and Shortcake nicknames yes but a perfect example of how she can intertwine suspense, steaminess, complicated characters and humor all in a pretty package. Her characters have flaws and at times you want to yell at them but their journey is nothing short of amazing. Shortcake's story has been a long time coming for me and she definitely is on a path of self discovery throughout Outpost. She learns and grows into the person she really wants to be flaws and all. I just enjoyed this so much and love how easy it was. Some books I put down a lot and save for later and this one I was up until the wee hours finishing it. Do yourself a huge favor and one click this amazing love story and one click the others too because Devney has some great moments with past characters intertwined in. Can't wait for the next book!!!
SusanReads1 More than 1 year ago
The Outpost is an incredible small town romance. It is book four in the Jamison Valley Series and a standalone. The series is comprised of standalones that should not be missed! Five stars are simply not enough. This book is everything that an amazing read should be! It is epic, heartwarming and panty melting! Sabrina aka Shortcake and Beau aka Goliath, are an unlikely match that just ends up making so much sense. This is truly one of my all time favorite series. The writing is stellar and perfectly paced. The characters are perfectly flawed, lovable and so, so real. Together they experience friendship and then a sweet, soulful, slow burn romance. Beau is a man who knows what he wants out of life. Some of what he wants he doesn't think is within his reach, but he hopes he can change the course of that decision. Sabrina is fearless and isn't afraid to reach for what she wants. She experiences a lot of growth and self realization at the outpost. She also comes to realize that everything she thought she hated is what she wants, needs and what completes her. It makes her feel whole and happy just like The Outpost makes you feel when you read it. This book made me get goose bumps and gave me that warm, fuzzy, happy feeling. I smiled ear to ear. Beau is quite the alpha man! We all need Beau in our life! One click The Outpost today and submerge yourself in an incredible reading experience. All of the books in the series are a perfect blend of alpha swoon, strong heroine, angst and small town goodness!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really loved and enjoyed the Outpost. Really a great story, that kept me hooked. I loved how the book started, that's what really hooked me. I loved the characters and the story line. Definitely another great read, can't wait for the next book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Oh my... what a book. Since I first found this author I’ve been a fan. Her first book had me hooked from just the sample I downloaded. Once I read it I knew I’d found a true gem. The characters in this little town of Prescott are diverse and amazing. With each book you learn more individually about them and their lives and as the storyline progresses you fall in love a bit more each time. Beau and Sabrina’s story I thought was gonna be intriguing as we didn’t find out everything from the previous book, but no it was all that and more! This story was even more interesting than I could of imagined. My heart broke for Sabrina once her past was revealed. Beau is the quintessential Montana mountain man. Rugged wholesome and all around great guy. The love story and how it evolves is awesome to witness. Their struggles and ultimate sacrifice in this book is one you won’t want to miss I can say with all honesty. I especially loved the by play between them and the glimpse of the future was perfect. I can’t recommend this book and series highly enough
JoannaDursi 5 months ago
I'm so glad that I found Devney Perry and her JAMISON VALLEY series. Her characters are so relateable and down to earth. Sabrina is Felicity's BFF and finds herself hiding out at the Outpost after she writes an article about the wrong people. There's instant chemistry between her and Beau and had me on the edge of my seat waiting for them to get together. I'm a sucker for a great epilogue and the OUTPOST has one of the sweetest ones I've ever read. I'm sad to this series coming to an end but was so happy to hear that Ms. Perry missed the valley crew as much as her readers and has announced the series will be getting a book six.
joyce_merces More than 1 year ago
PERFECT! The slow burn, the fact that Beau is a huge guy with a peaceful personality... PERFECT!!!!! I'm adding an extra star because of Boone! I love stories with pets and he was not neglected. He was an important character! Beau is now my favorite Devney Perry character and I doubt any other hero by her can dethrone him! He was so amazing! So alpha! I FREAKING LOVED THIS BOOK! Gah!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved it. Hated when it ended.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very good story.
Lisa-Lou More than 1 year ago
The Outpost by Devney Perry is the fourth book in her fabulous Jamison valley series. Told in dual POV, this is Beau Holt and Sabrina Mackenzie's story. And what a doozy!!! Sabrina is beat up and on the run from the Russian Mob. An investigative reporter who just cracked the story of her career and is now fleeing for her life she goes to the only place she views as safe, Montana with her best friend Felicity. When she arrives the alpha's of Prescott decide she (and everyone in town) would be safer if she was completely off the grid and vote to take her to an outpost in the mountains with Beau as her chaperone and bodyguard. Born and raised a city girl, this is NOT a pleasant time for Sabrina. Beau is a rock in his community and family. He can be relied on to be there for whoever needs it. So when the beautiful Sabrina is now under his protection he has to not only keep her safe and hidden from the homicidal Federov's that are after her but also protect her (and his heart) from anything physical happening between them. A city girl like her would never stay in Prescott and he realizes she could be the one that would break his heart. When the city girl finds comfort in the peace and quiet of nature and love in the mountains she has to make some serious life-changing decisions, that is, of course, providing she doesn't lose everyone she loves by having to enter witness protection! Amazing, perfectly paced, all the emotional feels, the building drama, the emotion, the love, the compromises. Another amazing read from a new favorite author!
MBurton More than 1 year ago
There are so many reasons you should read this book and I'm gonna list the biggest reason of all...Beau. Holy cow, do I love Beau! He's not even the type of Alpha male that usually gets this reaction out of me and he still ended up being on my list of favorite Hero's! Beau is the ultimate good guy. He's a family man, a rescuer, a protector and just someone you can always count on. The way that he is there for everyone that needs him is an extremely attractive feature in a man. You can't ask for a better man to have in your life. When Sabrina shows up at Felicity's, beaten and needing to hide out from the mob, Beau is the first one to step in an help a complete stranger. Beau thinks taking Sabrina up to one of the smallest Outposts in the mountains is a great way for her to disappear and not bring the attention of the mob to Felicity. Sabrina being the city girl that she is, isn't so thrilled about this plan but knows she has no other choice. As she adjust to the great outdoors, she falls fast and hard for this man that lives and breaths the Montana mountain air. The attraction is immediate but the divide in lifestyle is as big as the Montana mountains. I can't say enough about this series. I am enjoying each and every character Devney Perry has brought us and I love that we get to see them all come back in each book published in the series. The best thing is you don't know what the author is going to do next. Each book has been unique in their plot and character traits. I have found that what I thought of a side character in a previous book can still surprise me when they become the main character in their own book. I highly recommend this series!
Aras40 More than 1 year ago
Every time I read a Devney Perry book I think "This is my favorite of the series." Well now this is my favorite of the series. Beau and Sabrina's story was the perfect slow burn romance. It had me literally feeling the anticipation and frustration they were feeling waiting for them to get together. Beau is so swoon-worthy, a large mountain man with such a tender heart (he might just be my new book boyfriend). What I really love about this series is that you get such well developed plot-lines where everything seems to flow so well, nothing seems forced. If you aren't reading this series, you really need to be, it is simply amazing!
sugarpine721 More than 1 year ago
What more can I say but that I absolutely LOVE this series. Devney Perry’s book have all been 5-stars and top favorites for me! She captures the type of romance that grabs your heart and doesn’t let go. Her writing is so beautiful you just don’t want the story to end. This is a slow building romance that will just leave your heart full and happy. Loved every word!
FromTheSouth More than 1 year ago
The Outpost cabin Sabrina, the heroine, was whisked away to in order to keep her safe might as well have been in outer space, folks. At least that is how she first felt. But there certainly wasn’t anything alien or strange about her feelings for Beau, the hero, her volunteer, self-assigned, alpha manly mountain of muscle, good guy protector. She fell for his good looks at first glance, and his charm/personality soon afterwards. Frankly, so did I. You see, just being around Beau made that bound to happen. There just wasn’t anything not to love about this guy. Hot Shot forest firefighter/search and rescue/family man and all around great friend and pal to have around made him a great leading man. He was all about trying to do what was best for Sabrina, even if it meant letting her go. Sabrina was portrayed as brave and tough for risking her neck to expose some criminals, but I had to agree with her that she crossed a moral ethical line in how she did it. I had to shake that aspect off and pretend she only flirted with the enemy to get the goods on them. I liked how she soon found positive things to focus on about her situation with the cabin and Beau. She quickly appreciated every little thing he did for her. Overall, I enjoyed this sweet but very graphic steamy at times, slowly unfolding romantic tale. They definitely got to know each other first, my fellow romance book loving friends. Beau was the strong one right from the start in trying to keep things between them from going down a path that wasn’t likely to lead anywhere long term. In fact, quite a bit of time was spent on them mentally reminding themselves why they needed to keep their hands and lips to themselves. Eventually though they give in to temptation, and it became about protecting their hearts. Considerable time was then spent again on their inner monologues on how they were going to have to let the other one go. The avid romantic at heart in me was frustrated neither seemed to be willing to be the one to speak up first and at least attempt to work things out. Maybe because I’m not a big fan of epilogues, I kind of wish things had wrapped up sooner after the inevitable, predictable showdown. I guess you could say I prefer endings that go out with a bang and stay there, not gaps of months in between with a predictable conclusion. For me, the ending started to feel rather drawn out, and I grew weary of Sabrina’s sobbing sessions. They were incredibly sweet together though and made a great, cute couple that I was happy to see get their HEA. Title: The Outpost, Series: Jamison Valley (Book 4), Author: Devney Perry, Pages: 362, stand-alone but part of a series, great good guy hero, later in the book VERY smexy scenes, some violence, attempted rape, city girl journalist heroine, running from the mob, heroine was beaten. Book 1 - The Coppersmith Farmhouse, 3/9/17, Pages: 375 (Gigi & Jess) Book 2 - The Clover Chapel, 5/30/17, Pages: 408, (Emmy & Nick) Book 3 - The Lucky Heart, 8/15/17, Pages: 372 (Felicity & Silas) Book 4 - The Outpost, 11/7/17, Pages: 362 (Beau & Sabrina) Book 5 - The Bitterroot Inn, 1/16/18 (Maisy & Hunter), not released yet (I received a free advanced reader copy via the author. This is my honest, unbiased opinion. No type of compensation was given to this reviewer. There is no relationship or affiliation between the reviewer and the author/publisher.)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved the Outpost, Beau & Sabrina. Love the series. Looking forward to Maisey's story next.
Alwaysahappyeverafter More than 1 year ago
Sabrina is the typical city girl, just thinking about fresh and animals brings her out in hives. But when needs must Sabrina makes a beeline for her best friend in Montana, and then to outpost in the middle of nowhere.... accompanied by Beau, an mountain man with a lovely dog and who loves his little piece of Montana. Will they be able to resist each other and can Sabrina resist the draw of the mountains.... Another wonderful story from Devney Perry in the Jamison Valley Series.  Beautiful characters and storyline, I never get board of reading Devney's books.
12020351 More than 1 year ago
OMG can I have Beau? I wasn't sure how I was going to feel about the Sabrina but holy crap I loved her! Emotional an hot, it sucks you and makes you never want to let go. I didn't want this book to end and it makes me anxious for The Bitterroot in. this is a MUST read!! You won't regret it.
Ashleylovesbooks More than 1 year ago
This series just keeps getting better and better! 5 starts isn't enough to show my love for this sweet story! I will be sad to see this series end.
6703024 More than 1 year ago
I loved, loved, loved this book!!! Sabrina is on the run from the Federovs. She is a news journalist in Seattle, WA, and has broken the story, but has barely escaped with her life. She runs to her best friend Felicity in Prescott, Montana. Beau is Maisy's brother and he is going to take her to The Outpost to hide out deep in the woods to keep her safe. Can this city girl and mountain man find common ground? A must read book and one of my favorites of 2017!!! 5 stars
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Lovin' this series, and this latest was a perfect addition. Can't wait for Maizy's story.
shobeteener More than 1 year ago
The Outpost is Book 4 in the Jamison Valley Book. I feel this could easily be a stand alone but highly recommend you read the books in order as I feel as a reader you'll connect more with the characters. I feel that Sabrina comes across as little self centered. She's running for her life and ends up in Jamison Valley at with her best friend, Felicity. When a person is scared they don't think rationally or look at the big picture of the danger they could bring to others. You just go to the person you love and feel safe with. Silas knows what type of danger could follow Sabrina and wants his lady Felicity as far away from it as possible. He gets his friends involved to protect and take care of Sabrina. Beau volunteers to take Sabrina to his secluded mountain cabin to hide her away to keep her safe. Beau is one in a million. He's basically putting his life on the line for a stranger who's life is in danger due to a situation she put herself in her investigative reporting. As we read along we, as well as Sabrina, discover she has more depth and how strong she is. Not many people can stay by themselves cut off from civilization and not go crazy. I think her time alone gave her time to gain perspective of her life. Even though Beau and Sabrina are from two different world's they seem to gel. Their attraction slowly builds to sizzle, which when they act on it practically burns the pages up. What I really liked about this book is the intrigue and suspense. There are a few moments that has you holding your breath as you read along to see what the outcome is. I was super proud of Sabrina when she held her own when faced with pure evil. I absolutely loved the end when both Sabrina and Beau are willing to leave their current lives behind for the other.
JkD88 More than 1 year ago
“A woman could tell a lot by the way a man holds her. She could tell if he had the strength to endure the rougher moments. If he had a mighty yet kind heart. If he could make her feel safe and cherished. Beau’s embrace said all that and more.” Beau ❤ That’s really all I have to say about this story. He is one of the most swoon-worthy men I’ve ever read about. He’s devoted to his job & community, devoted to his family, and really one of the best guys … ever. Sabrina finds herself in a mess of trouble at the end of The Lucky Heart. She now finds herself headed into hiding with a near stranger, Beau, and facing too much time in the country. Sabrina is NOT a country girl — she’s from the city and loves all that it has to offer. Being stuck away from everything she knows really lets what happened sink in. She is faced with the consequences of her choices, and ultimately decide what her next steps in life will be. This isn’t an easy place to be. Beau finds himself stuck with Sabrina. Not that it hurts that she’s beautiful, but the fact that she is 100% not what he’s looking for. Because he is dedicated to his friends, he wants to make sure she is safe and gets the hang of life away from civilization. While he is out there with her, he finds that there is much more to Sabrina than meets the eye — or than she even likes to show. Unfortunately, for the both of them, being in such close proximity means they become … familiar with each other. During this time, they both know that each of their priorities for life are different, so they are resigned to finding happiness in the small time they have. Sabrina, during this time, shares some of her feelings that I can totally relate to– “He’d gone to high school with Felicity; I wished I could ask her. But since I couldn’t, I resigned myself to putting some distance between us. Somehow, I had to kill these silly feelings. These silly dreams. I was done dreaming.” I can’t even tell you all the feelings I had while reading this. There was so much going on in the story, even beyond the growing tension between Beau and Sabrina, that at every turn it seemed like I was surprised. I love how with every book in this series, the characters grow and we get to learn even more about the town and all of them. I don’t think I’ll ever tire of visiting this world, and honestly, I’d hop right in if I could!
queenofmyfairytale More than 1 year ago
This a fantastic book! It is the 4th book in the Jamison Valley series, but you do not have to read the prior books to understand this book! It is a standalone book! I have not read the others in the series but I plan to read them post-haste! This is one of the best books that I have ever read!! It grabs your attention from the very first page and holds it til the very end. It left me wanting more! I can’t wait to read the other books in this series! The story of Beau and Sabrina is a very unique one. They are such amazing characters! Sabrina is a fantastic journalist, she puts her career above everything else. Her career has now gotten her into trouble with the Russian mafia. She is beaten and bruised and barely escapes with her life. Where does she go?? She goes to Montana, to seek refuge with her best friend. Instead she finds refuge with the sexiest piece of outdoorsy man meat she’s ever seen….This sexy piece of man candy is named Beau. AND OMG is he the most drool worthy, caring, loving man I have ever read about. He is the sweetest thing ever! Seriously he will make you swoon and you will find yourself daydreaming about him and those giant muscles (I get a THOR vibe lol!!) I’m not usually a huge fan of this style of books (50 Shades of Grey was the worst book I have ever tried to read) but this book was outstanding! The characters felt real to me, they were emotional and beautiful. Their story is one that I will never forget and I encourage you to read this book. The author has a way with words that I have never seen before. I truly felt like I was in this tiny little town in Montana….I was in that tiny cabin with Sabrina as she worked through her problems….. her sadness, loneliness, anger, happiness and the love that she found with Beau. It is a true piece of art! This story was truly magical. Not only was it a romance, it was suspenseful. I was not expecting things to happen as they did. But with every twist in the story the outcome was that much more fulfilling! Fantastic read that I hope you will go get a copy of!!! Right now! Go do it!!!
grfxgrl More than 1 year ago
Another amazing book from Devney Perry! I had gooseflesh the entire read. I just love her books! The Outpost is an awesome addition to the Jameson Valley series. Its sweet, funny, romantic, suspenseful and just plain GOOD. I am blown away each and every time I read a book by Perry and I am never disappointed!
Jessica Teodoro More than 1 year ago
In Devney Perry fashion The Outpost did not disappoint. It was a slow burn, but what it built up to was so beautiful and so worth the wait. I try to savor everyone of her books, because I’m always sad when I finish. This one was no different. The Jamison Valley series is by far one of my all time favorites. Each book is so different from the last, and always somehow out does the one before it. I’m trying not to think of the next book, which will be the last in the series. My heart can’t take it! I need more Devney!
mandy30 More than 1 year ago
There was so much I loved about this story. Brought together because of circumstances they had no control over, I loved the way these two developed feelings for each other beyond initial attraction. Both Sabrina and Beau were well developed and likeable characters. I also really enjoyed the bit of suspense in this one - not knowing what was going to happen if Sabrina was found out by the men she was hiding from. The romance was very sweet and the steamy scenes super hot! Loved Goliath and Shortcake!