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Title: The Outpost
Author: Devney Perry
Genre: Contemporary Romance
About The Outpost:
Trapped in his tiny mountain cabin, she didn't expect to fall for his big heart.
Exposing a prominent criminal family with an investigative news report didn’t exactly work out the way Sabrina had hoped. Instead of basking in the glory of her article’s success, she’s on the run from a powerful man who wants her dead. To stay safe, she’s forced to trade one bad situation for another. Stuck in the Montana wilderness, she’s secluded from anything resembling civilization or the modern-day world. The only good thing about her situation is the gorgeous mountain man assigned to protect her. Too bad he isn’t the slightest bit interested in a city girl like her.
Beau likes his life quiet and simple. Give him a peaceful day hiking in the woods with his dog, and he’s a happy man. He has no use for large crowds, noisy cities or dramatic women. So when a hotshot reporter rolls into town, dragging her big-time problems with her, he should have run for the hills. Instead, he volunteered to keep her safe. Bringing her into his world won’t be easy, but if he can convince her that Montana isn’t as terrifying as she believes, they might just be the perfect match.
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I read the last book that Devney Perry wrote, and I liked it, even though everyone else was saying her books were kind of like another author…well a lot of authors are like other authors because that’s what we do. Here’s the thing – it works for her and I thought it worked in the last book, but this book, The Outpost was sooo much better and went above and beyond what I was expecting. It wasn’t that it had a bunch of action because it didn’t. It’s that I loved Beau. Beau had to be the best hero that I’ve ever read in a really long time. He wasn’t macho, he wasn’t alpha to the point of running over everyone with his alphaness – he was just dreamy Beau, and I loved that. Sabrina had something traumatic happen to her, and she’s got all this stuff going on in her head, but she isn’t a whiny female that we see in books. There were spots in the book that kind of slowed down for me, but to be honest – I needed to have all the details about the surroundings to know what they saw so I could see it too. Usually, I just skip those parts, and I found that I was reading them instead, so that’s the test of a good book – if you can keep me engaged and in your story. I loved that Epilogue and the playfulness between these two. I can’t wait for The Bitterroot Inn and Maisy’s story.
***I voluntarily read an advanced readers copy of this book for my honest opinion***