Review: Wild Outlaws by Destiny Blaine

Wild Outlaws by Destiny Blaine
Release Date: May 15, 2012
Publisher:  eXtasy Books
Pages: 132
Source:  Publisher

Accustomed to working in a saloon, Mary Margaret isn’t sure what her future holds but she doesn’t want to spend the rest of her life lying flat on her back. Right when she plans to move on and find another career, five of the sexiest men alive stroll into the Cripple Creek Saloon. Soon, Mary Margaret is their full-time employee but she quickly discovers the men are there for more than a good time and they’re promising something very similar to forever.

 

Review: Wild Outlaws was a sexy romp between a prostitute and 5 men hired to protect her. A story where the plot involved a ménage of 5 men and 1 woman, I was definitely intrigued. However, trying to recall who was who with that many heroes was a bit difficult. By the end of the story though, I was able to get a visual in my mind of most of the heroes. Also, I must say some of the sex scenes were definitely interesting to say the least. At the risk of sounding a bit naïve, I had to wonder if one scene in particular was even possible.

While the story was very well written, the plot was interesting and I was able to easily finish the story, I did not feel a great connection to any of the characters. I liked the interactions amongst the 5 men more so than I did those involving Mary Margaret. There was nothing about her character that I can say I did not like but she did not leave a lasting impression.

All in all, I did enjoy this story for the most part and would be interested in reading more from this author in the future.