Book Review: Outlaw Justice by Rebecca York

Outlaw Justice is a novella by Rebecca York is a novella that is the thirteenth installment of the Decorah Security series. It has been a few years since I have read a book from York, and I do not think any of them were from this series. Thankfully, this book can easily be read as a stand alone with no loss to enjoyment of understanding.

They used to be a hot item. Then Leah left town for college, met, and married the wrong man. Escaping a living hell of a marriage, she runs straight into the arms of her old lover, Steve Outlaw. He has been using a hidden talent to work with a special security firm. Passion flares again between them, but can he save her from a homicidal husband?

Outlaw Justice is short and intense story. Leah and Steve manage to get some serious character explanation and development in a mere 96 pages, including some serious moments of betrayal and danger. I like that Steve is a good mix of alpha male, bad boy, and gentleman as he struggles to do the right thing every step along the way. There was a solid plot, serious danger and action, and some very hot moments to boot. A well done novella. 
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