The Outsider

The Outsider

Book - 1996
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Grand Central Pub
After Rachel Yoder's husband is murdered by outlaws in an act of outrageous greed, she must raise her 10-year-old son alone on the Montana Plains. One day, a handsome stranger dying from a gunshot wound walks into her ranch. With simple kindness, she treats his injury and nurses him back to health. Soon Rachel finds herself drawn to this mysterious outsider with a violent past--and must put her future on the line for a last chance at happiness.

Baker & Taylor
When her husband is murdered by outlaws, Rachel Yoder is left alone to raise her son on the Montana Plains, until a handsome outsider with a violent past walks onto her ranch, close to death from a bullet wound. Reprint.

& Taylor

Shattered by her husband's death at the hands of vigilantes, widow Rachel Yoder seeks refuge on her Montana ranch, unprepared for the lawlessness of the frontier, but her life is changed when she comes to the aid of a mysterious, severely wounded stranger who stumbles onto her land

Publisher: New York : Simon & Schuster, 1996
ISBN: 9780446604772
Branch Call Number: FIC Wi 1996
Characteristics: 464 pages ; 25 cm


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Jan 07, 2010

This book is so well-written and it's loaded with sexual tension. A story of forbidden love between a reserved/repressed/religious pioneer woman and the dark, handsome, dangerous outlaw unfolds brilliantly. The relationships between characters and subplots Williamson creates makes this book one you can't put down. Worth reading over and over again - or at least skipping to re-read the good parts!


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