An Outlaw to Protect Her

An Outlaw to Protect Her

by Harper St. George

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Running from her past…

Into the arms of an outlaw!

In this Outlaws of the Wild West story, gunslinger Zane Pierce is the only man who can shield brothel madam Glory Winters against a dangerous threat. But safety at the smoldering Zane’s side comes at a price, and soon it’s not just the secrets of her past that have Glory on edge…it’s the realization that she might be losing her heart to an outlaw!

Outlaws of the Wild West miniseries

Book 1 — The Innocent and the Outlaw

Book 2 — A Marriage Deal with the Outlaw

Book 3 — An Outlaw to Protect Her

“Readers will find the sexy adventures of Emmaline and Hunter reason enough to stay up late” — RT Book Reviews on The Innocent and the Outlaw

“St. George enlivens the Old West through her characters’ fast-paced story, which sizzles with sensuality and action.” — RT Book Reviews on A Marriage Deal with the Outlaw

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781488086908
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 09/01/2018
Series: Outlaws of the Wild West
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 288
Sales rank: 985,388
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Harper St. George was raised in rural Alabama and along the tranquil coast of northwest Florida. It was a setting filled with stories of the old days that instilled in her a love of history, romance, and adventure. By high school, she had discovered the romance novel which combined all of those elements into one perfect package.

She lives in Atlanta, GA with her husband and two young children. Visit her website:

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An Outlaw to Protect Her 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
RoseinTexas2 More than 1 year ago
This is the last book in the Outlaws of the Wild West series and I'm truly sad to see this series end! Zane Pierce our hero is an outlaw who has scars physically and mentally and doesn't trust in love. Glory Winters our heroine is the madame of a brothel and has dealt with Zane and the Jameson brothers over the years. When Glory's past comes back to threaten her she turns to Zane and the Jameson brothers for help. We've seen both Zane and Glory in the previous books in this series. Zane immediately caught my eye from the beginning and I'm so glad to finally get to know him in depth. Zane was such a great hero, strong, loyal and immediately ready to defend and protect Glory. His scars run deep emotionally and physically and his life as a Gunslinger and wanted man doesn't bode well to form a lasting attachment with anyone. Glory who in the previous books always came off as a strong and independent woman shows us a vulnerable side in this story along with her insecurities. She was a great heroine and I couldn't help but like her even more now that all her secrets were revealed. Their attraction along with both their insecurities made for an interesting but satisfying romance and the intrigue and drama at times kept me holding my breath. This was a wonderful ending to a fantastic series. Highly recommend the entire Outlaws of the Wild West series!
Jenn2018 More than 1 year ago
Loved this Old West romance! Zane and Glory are an unlikely pair, but they have so much chemistry that you get sucked into their story from the first few pages. They both have pasts that they would rather stay that way, but when Glory's past threatens the establishments she has built up, as well as her safety Zane can't help but step in to protect her. It will take everything they have to open up to each other, and the chance of happiness while fighting for their lives. Such a great story!!
MoniqueD More than 1 year ago
Zane Pierce’s work in Helena, Montana Territory was done; he would be leaving soon, but he still wanted to know more about Glory Winters, Victoria House’s madam. They had met a few times in the past, had talked a little, but she intrigued Zane, more than he wanted to admit. He had heard a man speaking menacingly to Glory, but when she admits she had received a threatening message, Zane knows he will not leave this town while Glory needs his help. Harper St. George’s superb descriptive prose makes the Wild West alive once more in this latest installment of the Outlaws of the Wild West. Because of the author’s subtle inclusion of past events, AN OUTLAW TO PROTECT HER stands perfectly on its own, but readers of the series will be happy to see how featured characters from the previous books have fared. The Wild West fascinates me: it was a perilous, but very exciting time, and Harper St. George incorporates the dangers and the romance seamlessly. The characters are complex, very appealing, flawed, and real. I also loved the diversity they represent, which respects the reality of the times: Zane is part Native American, Able – Glory’s friend, and business partner – is African American, and Glory is a late nineteenth century woman who overcame terrible odds and has succeeded in the world. The story is impeccably paced, and flawlessly balanced as the intrigue and the romance are woven in a very skillful manner, one never completely overshadowing the other. The tone of the book is quiet and intimate, and what introspection there is works in favour of the story, instead of against it, as neither of our main protagonists is prone to outbursts. Zane does not believe in love, and given what had happened to him in the past, no one could blame him, yet a more attentive, caring, understanding hero would be hard to find. He’s a gunslinger, but he knows what it is to hurt, and Glory has been through hell and back. AN OUTLAW TO PROTECT HER is a fabulous example of how wonderful a slow-burn romance can be, and how satisfying it is when everything occurs at the right time, for the right reasons, and when there are no artificial conflicts to mar the story. I never expected such a tender romance between an outlaw and a madam; it was a thing of beauty. The suspense angle is just as successfully exploited, and the reason behind the threats was truly revolting, and yet only too real. The ending is explosive, and just as emotionally potent as the romance, because there was so much as stake, and the epilogue hits all the right notes. What a great story!