The Outcast Mass Market Paperback – Jan 1995
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For months clairvoyant Elizabeth Mallory had been tormented by visions of a desperate stranger. Now that the man was here, on her isolated Georgia mountain. Wounded and on the run, he needed refuge. And Elizabeth needed him. Reece Landry, she sensed, was the answer to her lonely prayers. Why, Reece wondered, wasn't this woman frightened by him--a hunted fugitive? Hell, he was afriad--of her, of how she made him feel. Reece's hard-knocks life had taught him not to trust anyone. He knew he would be a fool to take a chance on Elizabeth--but a bigger fool if he didn't.
In my Opinon...
We were first introduced to Elilzabeth in 'Paladin's woman.' Elizabeth has special psychic abilities and lately has had visions of a man tormented and desperate. Elizabeth is not at all suprised when this man shows up at her doorstep. Elizabeth knows that she should be afraid of the wounded, escaped, hunted fugitive. However, Elizbeth believes in this strangers innocence and plans to do all that she can to help him. Reece cannot believe that this woman is unafraid of him and even willing to help him. He was convicted of murdering his father, but Reece is innocent and plans on finding the person who really killed him. Reece has a hard time trusting anyone, but Elizabeth really does not give him much choice. She steam rolls into his life and refuses to leave until she helps him uncover the real murderer. I usually don't like books with a psychic storyline, but I must admit that it was tastefully done in this story. I enjoyed reading about Elizabeth and Reece. I cannot wait to read Sam's story (Elizabeth's brother). This was another great addition to The Protector series.
truly sorry that Ms.Barton passed. Her books are hard to put down once you start, and "The Outcast" was
fast reading, but try some of her other books too.