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Outlaw (MacKenzie-Blackthorn, Book 3) by…
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Title:Outlaw (MacKenzie-Blackthorn, Book 3)
Authors:Elizabeth Lowell
Info:Mira (2000), Mass Market Paperback, 256 pages
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Outlaw (MacKenzie-Blackthorn, Book 3) by Elizabeth Lowell



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Diana and Tennessee for this one. Probably my favorite of the series. Again, it's a fun re-read if I have an hour or so. Nothing earth shattering here. Standard 80s romance. ( )
  lesmel | Jul 14, 2013 |
The men in Diana Saxton's life taught her a hard lesson in male strength. Now she sticks to her studies of civilizations long dead. Her heart may long for a child to hold, but she has no interest in the physical closeness it takes to create one. Spending the summer on the MacKenzie Ranch in September Canyon studying Anasazi pots sounds perfect - until circumstances saddle her with everything she fears in the form of Tennessee Blackthorn. She distrusts and fears the attraction she feels.

Tennessee doesn't trust women - but he's strangely attracted to Diana - even though she's done everything but climb out the window to get away from him. But Blackthorn's don't marry. He can keep Diana safe, even teach her to trust again, but finding a future isn't something he expected.

Sweet, sassy, traditionally formatted, but the characters are likeable and the writing is good. ( )
  SunnySD | Nov 23, 2011 |
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Could she let go of the past long enough to imagine the future?
Diana Saxton is planning to spend the summer alone, uncovering the native artifacts that are her passion -- the only thing that has helped her survive a past that she would rather forget. But experience has taught Diana that the security of her academic world can shatter as easily as the delicate relics she collects.

Now, her love for history has brought her to the magical Colorado landscape. As an anthropologist, Diana''s thrilled by the chance to discover the secrets of September Canyon. Then the solitude of her trip is jeopardized by a stranger as tough and commanding as the land itself. Tennessee Blackthorn knows that the shy professor doesn''t welcome his company, but he''s promised to watch over her safety.

Diana''s never trusted anyone to share her world before. Now she''s alone with a stranger, in a place where nature holds the history of the land. And suddenly, Diana is discovering more than the past. She''s finding her future....
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Diana Saxton journeys to Colorado's mesa country to study the ancient Anasazi but the unwanted help of rugged Tennessee Blackthorn keeps her teetering between her dark past and the heat of the moment.

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