Laurie Callahan has always experienced red-hot pleasure and passionate love in Tyler Outlaw's arms. But when he's pronounced MIA, presumed dead in the Terrorist Wars, her world is shattered and her heart broken.
For years Tyler Outlaw and his best friend Hunter Brown endured brutal torture and worse in a terrorist prison. Finally free of their hell, they return home intent on seducing Laurie into their erotic-filled fantasies.
Shocked to discover Tyler is alive and he's taken a male lover, Laurie is thrust into a sensual world of sizzling seductions, scorching ménages and the carnal desires that both men crave. But she fears Tyler won't want her when he discovers she's not the same woman he left behind.
A fast-acting virus has killed a majority of the world’s female population. With so few women on Earth, a new law is created. The Claiming Law allow groups of men to stake a claim on a female—as their sensual property. The Outlaw brothers are returning from the Terrorist Wars fully intent on declaring ownership of the women they love…and they’ll do it any way they can...
Caution: Tyler's Woman contains some graphic scenes which may be too intense for sensitive readers. Some forced male/male interaction. Course language.
THE OUTLAW LOVERS SERIES
The Outlaw Lovers ~ amazon.com/dp/B00V9OGIJI (Book 1&2)
Colter's Revenge ~ Book 3~ amazon.com/dp/B0190NALQU
Tyler's Woman Book 4 ~ amazon.com/dp/B01LM2W3YK
Resistance ~ Book 5 ~ amazon.com/dp/B01LMBASES
Pleasure Burn ~ Book 6
Tyler's Woman enjoyed good sales while published with Ellora's Cave Publishing. With Ellora's Cave closing it's doors, Tyler's Woman is now being re-published with Spunky Girl Publishing.
The Outlaw Lovers series is a popular series with post-catastrophe romance menage readers.
“I would have returned sooner if I’d had a choice, baby.”
The deep masculine voice was not Blade’s. Nor any of her other husbands. But it sure did sound familiar. So familiar that it shot a jolt of adrenaline right through her.
It couldn’t be him. Could it?
Whirling around, Laurie instantly questioned her sanity.
Tyler Outlaw stood there. A man presumed dead who seemed very much alive. She couldn’t stop the chills from shooting up her spine. Despite a part of her brain refusing to accept who stood in front of her, another part noticed things about him.
He was taller than she remembered. Leaner. Older.
His golden brown hair was lightly sprinkled with streaks of gray. He wore his hair shoulder-length, feathered back off his face, just the way she always liked him to wear it. His chin and cheeks were shadowed with dark stubble, just the way she always liked it. His blue eyes blazed with the same lusty look of love she remembered. Only more intense and shadowed with unspeakable pain. Her heart clenched at the thought of her man being in pain.
But how could he be alive? They’d told her he was missing in action, presumed dead.
She must be having some sort of a breakdown. But her body seemed to accept what her mind denied because the familiar hum beginning deep inside her womb uncurled from sleep mode and zipped along nerve endings she’d thought long dead.
Long dead like Tyler Outlaw.
Yet here he stood.
She found herself cowering from him as he entered the kitchen and strolled toward her. He walked as if he belonged here. As if she still belonged to him.
As he neared, she could see scars on his face. Scars that hadn’t been there when he left for the Terrorist Wars.
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Already translated. Translated by Viviana Rafaella Gaetani Chinchilla and Claudio Valerio Gaetani