The Outlaw by Jennifer Millikin is now live!

There’s a thin line between being a hero and a villain, and I’m well aware I walk right down the middle of it. My reputation precedes me, even when I’m making a bad choice for the right reason. This is how I wind up in the back of a police car late one night.
My infamous last name keeps my record clean, with a single caveat: community service at a ranch recently purchased by Jo Shelton. I think I’d rather go to jail than serve time with the woman who has made it clear she can’t stand me, even though we used to be friends.
Despite the tense atmosphere and how she keeps me at arms’ length, I show up every day, ready to work. Quickly I learn a valuable lesson: while it’s difficult being around someone I don’t like, it’s far more difficult being around someone I find myself intensely attracted to, but cannot have.

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Wyatt is a man who feels like an outsider within his own family and believes that nothing he does will please them. When he finds himself on the wrong side of the law he finds himself paying penance by volunteering at Jo’s ranch even if she doesn’t want him there.

Jo has overcome a difficult past and wants to use the ranch that she recently purchased to help others. She and Wyatt have a past, even if she is the only one who remembers it, but as she spends time with him she realizes that she never really knew him at all.

This is a heartwarming story about love, family and that the biggest gift you can give yourself or others is allowing them into your heart and your life completely.

Jennifer Millikin is a best-selling contemporary romance and women’s fiction author. She lives in the Arizona desert with her husband, two children, and Liberty, her Lab who thinks she’s human. Jennifer loves to cook, practice yoga, and believes chips and salsa should be a food group.

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