The Outlaw's Redemption (Love Inspired Historical Series)

The Outlaw's Redemption (Love Inspired Historical Series)

by Renee Ryan
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The Outlaw's Redemption 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book should begin in 1891 at the earliest. In the previous book, "The Lawman Claims His Bride" the murder of Cole Kincaid was in 1888. In the epilogue, it's a year later 1889 and they are still trying to track Hunter down. There's no way this book could start out in 1890 with Hunter having already served 2 years for killing Kincaid.
rhonda1111RL More than 1 year ago
4 STARS I am reading these backwards it seems. They are still good. This is a good clean romance. It has a emotional plot, with charming young girl Sarah. The characters are a good mixed bag. Does talk about the scriptures and how they made a change. Hunter Mitchell has spent the last two years in prison for killing the outlaw who killed his second wife. He received a letter a month before he got out saying he had a 9 year old daughter. Hunter headed right for his daughter when he was released. Annabeth Silks has spent the last year teaching school at Charity House teaching school to be with her niece. She wants to make a life for them. Her mother wants her to go back east again. Sarah is nine years old. She has been raised in Charity House. Her mom hid her from her husband and Aunt. Hunter wants to turn his life around. He wants to be a father to Sarah. He also knows that her Aunt is important in her life too. Charity House takes care of orphans or children of prostitutes. They raise them up with church and school. With lots of love too. The setting is Denver Colorado 1890 I have at least one more book about Charity house on my kindle that I am excited to read soon. I was given this ebook from Net Galley and Harlequin. I agreed to give honest review of it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
i really enjoyed this book,i thougjt it was very inspirational ,i,d reccomend it
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good read
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A well written story that was very enjoyable
weatherlover1 More than 1 year ago
Enjoyable I have grown to really like the Love Inspired Historical books. This book is book 6 of a series yet you can easily read it as a stand alone but it might make you want to go back and read the rest of the series. In this book Hunter who had been in jail for killing a man has been released and after receiving a letter saying that he had a daughter that his first wife never told him about he sets out to claim her.      Annabeth is the child’s aunt and lovers her like her own so when Hunter shows up to claim the child she fears she may never see her again. Yet Annabeth who had met Hunter years before finds herself attracted to him. Can this outlaw find redemption and love? What I liked: Annabeth is the secret daughter of a woman who is not held in high regard in the community and she is trying to hold a job and not be found out who she really is. I liked her and she had spunk. I enjoyed the attraction between Hunter and Annabeth and liked how the author wrote the story. The plot was enjoyable and even though part of the storyline has to do with one of the other books in the series I thought the author did a great job giving enough back story to not confuse a reader who had not read the other books. What I did not like: Took a little time for this book to get interesting. Maybe part of my problem is I have not read any of the other books in the series and that made it harder for me to jump into the book since those who have read the series would most likely know some of the characters from the get go.      Overall this was a good book. I wouldn't mind going back and reading this series from the beginning. It was fine to read it as a stand alone but I think I would have enjoyed it better had I read the ones before it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The Outlaw’s Redemption by Renee Ryan Charity House Series Book 6 Hunter Mitchell has not lived a good life. Like the prodigal son he left home at a young age to find something he thought was missing. All he found was danger and the wrong path. After killing a man and serving two years in prison, he finds out he has a daughter. With the Lord back in his life and his past behind him, Hunter returns to Denver to start over, as a father. Annabeth has been running from who she is most of her life. Using the name Smith when really she is Annabeth Silks, illegitimate daughter of the most infamous madam in Denver. After discovering she has a niece, she has made her home at Charity House as a teacher and to be with Sarah. When Hunter comes to town to claim his daughter, Annabeth plans to do what she can to stop the handsome outlaw from taking her only family away. Charity House series continues with another heartwarming story of redemption and forgiveness. We meet Hunter in Book four, The Lawman Claims His Bride, where the two Mitchell brothers, Logan and Hunter, are on each side of the law, one for and the other against. A really good series. Charity House is an orphanage for the children of prostitutes, those not welcome anywhere else. **Received through NetGalley for Review