Friday, September 25, 2015

Review: Yellowstone Fugitive by Saige Silver


Book Description

Outlaw Tess Robinson will do anything to avoid prison, even if that means braving the harsh terrain of the Yellowstone wilderness alone. Grizzly shifters Dean Stamper and Jace Dixon are hot on the trail of the curvy young fugitive, but they’re soon grappling with a huge problem: Tess is their fated mate! 

Now the shifters have a difficult decision to make: Should they arrest the woman they love and condemn her to years in prison, or break the law themselves by harboring a fugitive? 

Soon they realize they have a much bigger problem on their hands. A sociopathic drug kingpin is on a mission to find Tess and her bears. He’ll stop at nothing to quench his thirst for blood and vengeance. Will Dean and Jace be able to protect the mate they’ve waited a lifetime for? 

This is a full-length standalone grizzly shifter novel with a HEA and NO cliffhangers! Contains adult content, 18+ only


My Review

I've never been to Yellowstone so I kinda like books set in this place because I get a sense of what it might be like to be there. When Tess gets pulled over because one of her break lights is out, she fights back the panic and tries to stay calm. But the cop can see she's nervous and asks her to step out of the car. And that's when everything goes wrong...Instead of getting out of the car, she starts the car and drives off really fast, finds a place to park and leaves the car. She had no other choice though, if the cop had opened the trunk, he'd have found the drugs and she's be on her way to jail. 

Best friends, Dean and Jace took the job in the wilderness of Yellowstone so they could be closer to the outdoors. Being bear shifters, the city life just wasn't the life for them so they left their jobs as city cops to be forest rangers so they could let their bear's run free in the forest of Yellowstone as much as possible. 

It took just one look at the fugitive photo of Tess and Dean volunteers to go and find her and bring her in. But just looking at the her photo gave him a surge of lust that went right to his nether regions. As Dean and Jace set off to find her, Tess is making her way through the wilderness. Tired and sore she spots an old run down cabin and decides to spend the night and that's where Dean finds her. 

Even though Dean and Jace know she's a fugitive, there's just something about her that draws them both in. Fated mates? Could be but how will they live happily ever after when someone is out to kill her and she's facing charges for being a drug smuggler?

I like that more authors are adding curvy heroine's because not all of us are a size 6 and we like to read about women that we can relate to, so this was a big plus for me.

I give this book 4 out of 5 stars.

If you'd like to read this book, you can find it here

Disclaimer: I was given a free copy in exchange for an honest review. 

13 comments:

  1. This caught my eye because Yellowstone is my favorite national park. I like reading about places I've been to because then I can picture the book better.

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    1. Yeah this was a good one for that.

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  2. Very true! I love it too when an author specifies that the heroine is shaped like a REAL woman and yet is still desired by hunky men. I know it's a small thing for some, but it's a big deal for some of us readers

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  3. Good stuff, and great review.

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  4. Yep, not everyone has to be skinny indeed in every book

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    1. Yep, I like it when we see real sized women.

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  5. Love the curvy heroine and the setting for this :)

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  6. Yellowstone sounds like a fun setting for a book! And having a curvy heroine is a nice change from all the characters who are skinny.

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    1. It was a really good story.

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  7. This looks cute. I'll add it to my list.

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