"Hard to tell who's the outlaw in this finale."
Reviewed by Sandra Wurman
Posted November 6, 2017
Part of the Legend
series TO MARRY A TEXAS OUTLAW is Linda Broday's third
and final installment. Each one has added an important and
relevant part of the puzzle that was at the center of the
Legend family. Tough Texans who fought alongside the
patriarch Stoker Legend to keep and grow their ranch. Their
name was practically legendary. Each Legend man had
developed his own identity, some better than others. But
what they all shared was a deep devotion to their land,
family, and state of Texas. So welcome back.
So here we are hoping against hope that the oldest Legend
brother, Luke Weston can finally confront the only man that
can save him from the hangman. Luke knows the name of the
man who pointed the finger at him concerning the death of a
judge. But he has no face to place with that name. A man who
has been amazingly elusive even with the ongoing search of
not only Luke but with the aid of his brothers Sam and Houston.
Luke is an ornery guy. A loner. But with a huge heart and
firm belief in honor and justice. And yet his name will
always be connected to a string of unfortunate events. The
question is can a man shed his bad, mostly undeserved
reputation. Can he dare dream of a future? At every corner
stands a man willing to face down Luke for a very rich bounty.
During the first books of the series, we met up with Luke.
He is always ready to stand beside his brothers although not
ready to claim his place in the Legend family and may never
Once again Luke finds himself waylaid by coming across
someone who desperately needs a helping hand. And that
person has her own share of issues to resolve. She thinks
she quite killed someone. She is herself in the crosshairs.
Problem is she can't even remember her own name much less
anything that would help her figure out how and why she is
in her current predicament.
What she does know is that the only reason she is still
alive is Luke. But for how long will this rugged cowboy
stand at her side and be her champion. There is no safe
harbor for either of them.
TO MARRY A TEXAS OUTLAW brings this series to a very
satisfying and truly entertaining end complete with a myriad
of twists and turns. We are treated to dialog that is a
delight to our senses and readily makes us chuckle. All
Linda Broday's characters are multidimensional and those we
meet and revisit in TO MARRY A TEXAS OUTLAW are no exception.
Three Brothers. One Oath.
The MEN of LEGEND
Outlaw Luke Weston survives by his wits. On the run for a
murder he didn’t commit, the last thing he needs is to go
looking for more trouble. But when Luke stumbles across a
fiercely beautiful woman struggling against two heavily
armed men, it’s obvious that trouble has found him.
After all, he never could resist a damsel in distress.
Josie Morgan’s distressed, all right—and hopping mad. She
has no idea why she’s been kidnapped…or who she is…or why
her body melts for the mysterious gunslinger who saved her
life. But as the lost memories come tumbling back together,
Josie is faced with the stark reality of why she and Luke
can never be…even as her heart is telling her she will
always be his.
What do you think about this review?
1 comment posted.
Re: Hard to tell who's the outlaw in this finale.
Thank you for this amazing review, Sandra. I'm so glad you
found the story satisfying. Luke was such a wounded hero
and really serious so I gave him Josie to make him laugh.
She was a riot. I hated to see this series end, but these
Legend men will play a small role in the next series
called Texas Outlaw Legends. Book #1 of that will release
(Linda Broday 11:43pm November 6)
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