We'll just have to accept I have a major bias when it comes to T.S. Joyce. I bought For the Love of an Outlaw back when it came out, but I never read it because life has been insane recently. Mostly, I've been sick, and that makes it hard to do things, but that's just the way it goes sometimes.
Anyway, the review. For the Love of an Outlaw is a story that takes place far away from Damon's Mountains (pretty sure it's a different world entirely) so that was a pretty big change. So many of Joyce's books are linked to Damon's Mountains that it's almost sad to say goodbye, but Son of the Dragon was honestly a beautiful conclusion to that. Have no clue what I'm talking about? You might want to take a look at the Damon's Mountains reading order and start with book 1, Lumberjack Werebear.
For the Love of an Outlaw is about a big outta control grizzly bear shifter named Trigger. As is T.S. Joyce's signature, the guy is a big bad brawler, but he has a big heart, and when it comes to his lady, there's endless patience and sweetness to share. Thing is, he doesn't want to tie Ava down. He doesn't want to chance hurting her in this crazy life of his, so how is all of that going to work? He let her go and pushed her away before. She moved away from town, but now she's coming back to help him save his ranch. Now he'll have to face her again.
If you love some big bad grizzly shifters with hearts of gold, check this boy out. You won't be disappointed.