Outside the Law (Lone Star Law Series #4)

Outside the Law (Lone Star Law Series #4)

When law school sweethearts Tanner Cohen and Sydney Braswell witness their perfect plans for career and family fall apart, they vow never to look back. Now, years later, they?re both assigned to the same federal task force?Tanner as an FBI agent and Sydney as a special prosecutor?and they must work together if they want justice to be served. The obstacles that forced them When law school sweethearts Tanner Cohen and Sydney Braswell witness their perfect plans for career and family fall ...

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  • Katrina
    Apr 05, 2018

    'NetGalley ARC provided by The Publisher in exchange for a honest review' 4.5stars! Carsen Taite's new book/series featuring lead FBI agent Tanner Cohen and the rest of her cohort from the previous series are utterly riveting and masterfully drawn. Her latest thriller which rehashe...

    3.5 Stars. This is the fourth and final book in the Lone Star Law series. I?m a big Carsen Taite fan, but I have to be honest this series wasn?t my favorite. But all four books were decent and I am a little sad the series is now over. I would put this book in the little better than...

    This is the fourth book of the Lone Star Law Series and apparently, and because the author says so in the acknowledgments, it will be the last. Since the first book, the plot has been developed and new characters have been appearing, so if they are not read consecutively it is not poss...

    This is the forth and final book of an on going series and I admit I enjoyed them all. Yes, I would advise you to read them in order. Reason being is that although the main story changes there are some story lines that continue throughout the books. I feel that the story line and ch...

    This is the fourth and final installment in Taite?s Lone Star Law Series and it?s a good one. Tanner Cohen walks into a briefing one morning find herself being hauled over the coals for her part in Razor?s (the Zetas enforcer) confession by none other than her ex of ten years pre...

    This is the fourth and last book of the 'Lone Star Law' series. According to the author, she's been inspired by watching the tv series Dallas and decided to write something similar but with lesbian main characters. There are loads of plots, subplots and several different characters in ...

    Outside the Law (Lone Star Law Series #4) by Carsen Taite I think this book is a fabulous closing to the Lone Star Law Series. I think Taite improved the series with each book and this one being the best overall. This book felt more romance than crime. Which I cannot say about the o...

    So, I know this book is set in Texas, written by a Texan and I'm from a neutral European country where the cops aren't armed but who on earth thought it was a good idea to have anyone who looked at the cover staring down the barrel of a gun? Come on! This book is part four of the "Lone...

    Tanner Cohen and Sydney Braswell had the perfect college romance, future plans and ideal partnership? except that what Sydney had planned wasn?t precisely what Tanner wanted, and while Syd didn?t listen, Tanner didn?t really make her. Years later they are forced to work toge...

    This was a good book in a good series. I consider myself a Carsen Taite fan and have read allot of her books; this one was another great read. I loved that this books tied up allot of lose ends and that it brought romance to Tanner; one of my favourite characters of the series. I m...

    Carsen Taite is quickly becoming one of my favourite authors after I recently discovered her books. This is the fourth and final book in the Lone Star Law Series. Each book follows a different couple, but there is a crime story that flows through all four books. I highly recommend read...

    This is the final book in the Lone Star Law series by Taite. The first three are Lay Down the Law, Above the Law and Letter of the Law. Although each book contains a different romance, the characters run through all four books, and the major crime plot advances throughout the series. S...

    Free download for Netgalley in exchange for an honest review Law school sweethearts Tanner Cohen and Sydney Braswell are now assigned to the same task force. Tanner Cohen FBI Agent and Sydney Braswell as a special prosecutor. Outside The Law is Book 4 and the final book in the Lon...

    The fourth - and final - book in Carsen Taite's Lone Star Law Series is as good as the other three. No real surprise as Ms Taite is a master of the legal thriller. Here we meet the gang from the earlier books plus a new character - Sydney. She has been brought in to add some external c...

    This is the fourth and final book in Carsen's ? Lone Star Law? series?. This time the main story is focused on Tanner Cohen and Sydney Braswell. The federal task force in charge of bringing an end to a crime family involved in smuggling drugs is made up with the friends and colle...

    This has been a great series where I have enjoyed the ride. I have always felt there was a lot going on in these books and it always takes me a bit of time to remember all the details from the previous books. I liked the romance between the two characters that we focused on in this boo...

    So I came into this series in book four, but it was actually fairly easy to catch on to all the characters. The main characters in this installment were a bit frustrating. There were a lot of misconceptions and while we could see the growth of Sydney it would have been a bit nice to se...

    Exciting and absorbing! With pain in my heart I must say goodbye to all these strong and very capable women. This was the last one and it leads to an astonishing conclusion and in one for me, unexpected direction. I loved the detailed examination of the case/cases and how they use...

    I rec'd an ARC from NetGalley/Bold Strokes Books for an honest review. This book is the 4th in the Lone Star Series. Tanner (FBI Agent) and Sydney (spec. prosecutor) are the leads in this legal thriller/romance that has courtroom drama, angst and just the right amount of sex to carry ...

    Outside the Law is the 4th and final book in the Lone Star Series. I have enjoyed all the preceding books and was looking forward to reading this one. The series deals with a task force of women who are trying to bring the murderers/drug lords to justice following an on-going crime. ...

    Another hit. Well all I can say is I never seen that coming. I thought I knew who the bad guy was. If you love mysteries this the series for you. The characters are believable and I found myself wishing I had friends like them. It was definitely a happy ending. I definitely recomme...

    I love the book and the conclusion of the series. Carsen Taite does a great job of creating characters that you can get to know and appreciate what they go through. Her story telling draws you in to the world she has developed through her words. Great read. ...

    This book was okay. I thought it was. Little too long for the story they were telling. I feel like a lot of the characters were pushed to the side, like we never got Mary?s Story. I thought the idea of Tanner having an ex that came back was good and it let me fill in a square on my l...

  • Nolly  Sepulveda
    May 11, 2018

    'NetGalley ARC provided by The Publisher in exchange for a honest review' 4.5stars! Carsen Taite's new book/series featuring lead FBI agent Tanner Cohen and the rest of her cohort from the previous series are utterly riveting and masterfully drawn. Her latest thriller which rehashe...

    3.5 Stars. This is the fourth and final book in the Lone Star Law series. I?m a big Carsen Taite fan, but I have to be honest this series wasn?t my favorite. But all four books were decent and I am a little sad the series is now over. I would put this book in the little better than...

    This is the fourth book of the Lone Star Law Series and apparently, and because the author says so in the acknowledgments, it will be the last. Since the first book, the plot has been developed and new characters have been appearing, so if they are not read consecutively it is not poss...

    This is the forth and final book of an on going series and I admit I enjoyed them all. Yes, I would advise you to read them in order. Reason being is that although the main story changes there are some story lines that continue throughout the books. I feel that the story line and ch...

    This is the fourth and final installment in Taite?s Lone Star Law Series and it?s a good one. Tanner Cohen walks into a briefing one morning find herself being hauled over the coals for her part in Razor?s (the Zetas enforcer) confession by none other than her ex of ten years pre...

    This is the fourth and last book of the 'Lone Star Law' series. According to the author, she's been inspired by watching the tv series Dallas and decided to write something similar but with lesbian main characters. There are loads of plots, subplots and several different characters in ...

    Outside the Law (Lone Star Law Series #4) by Carsen Taite I think this book is a fabulous closing to the Lone Star Law Series. I think Taite improved the series with each book and this one being the best overall. This book felt more romance than crime. Which I cannot say about the o...

    So, I know this book is set in Texas, written by a Texan and I'm from a neutral European country where the cops aren't armed but who on earth thought it was a good idea to have anyone who looked at the cover staring down the barrel of a gun? Come on! This book is part four of the "Lone...

    Tanner Cohen and Sydney Braswell had the perfect college romance, future plans and ideal partnership? except that what Sydney had planned wasn?t precisely what Tanner wanted, and while Syd didn?t listen, Tanner didn?t really make her. Years later they are forced to work toge...

    This was a good book in a good series. I consider myself a Carsen Taite fan and have read allot of her books; this one was another great read. I loved that this books tied up allot of lose ends and that it brought romance to Tanner; one of my favourite characters of the series. I m...

    Carsen Taite is quickly becoming one of my favourite authors after I recently discovered her books. This is the fourth and final book in the Lone Star Law Series. Each book follows a different couple, but there is a crime story that flows through all four books. I highly recommend read...

    This is the final book in the Lone Star Law series by Taite. The first three are Lay Down the Law, Above the Law and Letter of the Law. Although each book contains a different romance, the characters run through all four books, and the major crime plot advances throughout the series. S...

    Free download for Netgalley in exchange for an honest review Law school sweethearts Tanner Cohen and Sydney Braswell are now assigned to the same task force. Tanner Cohen FBI Agent and Sydney Braswell as a special prosecutor. Outside The Law is Book 4 and the final book in the Lon...

    The fourth - and final - book in Carsen Taite's Lone Star Law Series is as good as the other three. No real surprise as Ms Taite is a master of the legal thriller. Here we meet the gang from the earlier books plus a new character - Sydney. She has been brought in to add some external c...

    This is the fourth and final book in Carsen's ? Lone Star Law? series?. This time the main story is focused on Tanner Cohen and Sydney Braswell. The federal task force in charge of bringing an end to a crime family involved in smuggling drugs is made up with the friends and colle...

    This has been a great series where I have enjoyed the ride. I have always felt there was a lot going on in these books and it always takes me a bit of time to remember all the details from the previous books. I liked the romance between the two characters that we focused on in this boo...

    So I came into this series in book four, but it was actually fairly easy to catch on to all the characters. The main characters in this installment were a bit frustrating. There were a lot of misconceptions and while we could see the growth of Sydney it would have been a bit nice to se...

    Exciting and absorbing! With pain in my heart I must say goodbye to all these strong and very capable women. This was the last one and it leads to an astonishing conclusion and in one for me, unexpected direction. I loved the detailed examination of the case/cases and how they use...

    I rec'd an ARC from NetGalley/Bold Strokes Books for an honest review. This book is the 4th in the Lone Star Series. Tanner (FBI Agent) and Sydney (spec. prosecutor) are the leads in this legal thriller/romance that has courtroom drama, angst and just the right amount of sex to carry ...

    Outside the Law is the 4th and final book in the Lone Star Series. I have enjoyed all the preceding books and was looking forward to reading this one. The series deals with a task force of women who are trying to bring the murderers/drug lords to justice following an on-going crime. ...

    Another hit. Well all I can say is I never seen that coming. I thought I knew who the bad guy was. If you love mysteries this the series for you. The characters are believable and I found myself wishing I had friends like them. It was definitely a happy ending. I definitely recomme...

    I love the book and the conclusion of the series. Carsen Taite does a great job of creating characters that you can get to know and appreciate what they go through. Her story telling draws you in to the world she has developed through her words. Great read. ...

    This book was okay. I thought it was. Little too long for the story they were telling. I feel like a lot of the characters were pushed to the side, like we never got Mary?s Story. I thought the idea of Tanner having an ex that came back was good and it let me fill in a square on my l...

    ...

  • Patty
    May 22, 2018

    'NetGalley ARC provided by The Publisher in exchange for a honest review' 4.5stars! Carsen Taite's new book/series featuring lead FBI agent Tanner Cohen and the rest of her cohort from the previous series are utterly riveting and masterfully drawn. Her latest thriller which rehashe...

    3.5 Stars. This is the fourth and final book in the Lone Star Law series. I?m a big Carsen Taite fan, but I have to be honest this series wasn?t my favorite. But all four books were decent and I am a little sad the series is now over. I would put this book in the little better than...

    This is the fourth book of the Lone Star Law Series and apparently, and because the author says so in the acknowledgments, it will be the last. Since the first book, the plot has been developed and new characters have been appearing, so if they are not read consecutively it is not poss...

    This is the forth and final book of an on going series and I admit I enjoyed them all. Yes, I would advise you to read them in order. Reason being is that although the main story changes there are some story lines that continue throughout the books. I feel that the story line and ch...

    This is the fourth and final installment in Taite?s Lone Star Law Series and it?s a good one. Tanner Cohen walks into a briefing one morning find herself being hauled over the coals for her part in Razor?s (the Zetas enforcer) confession by none other than her ex of ten years pre...

    This is the fourth and last book of the 'Lone Star Law' series. According to the author, she's been inspired by watching the tv series Dallas and decided to write something similar but with lesbian main characters. There are loads of plots, subplots and several different characters in ...

    Outside the Law (Lone Star Law Series #4) by Carsen Taite I think this book is a fabulous closing to the Lone Star Law Series. I think Taite improved the series with each book and this one being the best overall. This book felt more romance than crime. Which I cannot say about the o...

    So, I know this book is set in Texas, written by a Texan and I'm from a neutral European country where the cops aren't armed but who on earth thought it was a good idea to have anyone who looked at the cover staring down the barrel of a gun? Come on! This book is part four of the "Lone...

    Tanner Cohen and Sydney Braswell had the perfect college romance, future plans and ideal partnership? except that what Sydney had planned wasn?t precisely what Tanner wanted, and while Syd didn?t listen, Tanner didn?t really make her. Years later they are forced to work toge...

    This was a good book in a good series. I consider myself a Carsen Taite fan and have read allot of her books; this one was another great read. I loved that this books tied up allot of lose ends and that it brought romance to Tanner; one of my favourite characters of the series. I m...

    Carsen Taite is quickly becoming one of my favourite authors after I recently discovered her books. This is the fourth and final book in the Lone Star Law Series. Each book follows a different couple, but there is a crime story that flows through all four books. I highly recommend read...

    This is the final book in the Lone Star Law series by Taite. The first three are Lay Down the Law, Above the Law and Letter of the Law. Although each book contains a different romance, the characters run through all four books, and the major crime plot advances throughout the series. S...

    Free download for Netgalley in exchange for an honest review Law school sweethearts Tanner Cohen and Sydney Braswell are now assigned to the same task force. Tanner Cohen FBI Agent and Sydney Braswell as a special prosecutor. Outside The Law is Book 4 and the final book in the Lon...

    The fourth - and final - book in Carsen Taite's Lone Star Law Series is as good as the other three. No real surprise as Ms Taite is a master of the legal thriller. Here we meet the gang from the earlier books plus a new character - Sydney. She has been brought in to add some external c...

    This is the fourth and final book in Carsen's ? Lone Star Law? series?. This time the main story is focused on Tanner Cohen and Sydney Braswell. The federal task force in charge of bringing an end to a crime family involved in smuggling drugs is made up with the friends and colle...

    This has been a great series where I have enjoyed the ride. I have always felt there was a lot going on in these books and it always takes me a bit of time to remember all the details from the previous books. I liked the romance between the two characters that we focused on in this boo...

    So I came into this series in book four, but it was actually fairly easy to catch on to all the characters. The main characters in this installment were a bit frustrating. There were a lot of misconceptions and while we could see the growth of Sydney it would have been a bit nice to se...

    Exciting and absorbing! With pain in my heart I must say goodbye to all these strong and very capable women. This was the last one and it leads to an astonishing conclusion and in one for me, unexpected direction. I loved the detailed examination of the case/cases and how they use...

    I rec'd an ARC from NetGalley/Bold Strokes Books for an honest review. This book is the 4th in the Lone Star Series. Tanner (FBI Agent) and Sydney (spec. prosecutor) are the leads in this legal thriller/romance that has courtroom drama, angst and just the right amount of sex to carry ...

    Outside the Law is the 4th and final book in the Lone Star Series. I have enjoyed all the preceding books and was looking forward to reading this one. The series deals with a task force of women who are trying to bring the murderers/drug lords to justice following an on-going crime. ...

  • Tiffany Shamaly
    Jun 18, 2018

    'NetGalley ARC provided by The Publisher in exchange for a honest review' 4.5stars! Carsen Taite's new book/series featuring lead FBI agent Tanner Cohen and the rest of her cohort from the previous series are utterly riveting and masterfully drawn. Her latest thriller which rehashe...

    3.5 Stars. This is the fourth and final book in the Lone Star Law series. I?m a big Carsen Taite fan, but I have to be honest this series wasn?t my favorite. But all four books were decent and I am a little sad the series is now over. I would put this book in the little better than...

    This is the fourth book of the Lone Star Law Series and apparently, and because the author says so in the acknowledgments, it will be the last. Since the first book, the plot has been developed and new characters have been appearing, so if they are not read consecutively it is not poss...

    This is the forth and final book of an on going series and I admit I enjoyed them all. Yes, I would advise you to read them in order. Reason being is that although the main story changes there are some story lines that continue throughout the books. I feel that the story line and ch...

    This is the fourth and final installment in Taite?s Lone Star Law Series and it?s a good one. Tanner Cohen walks into a briefing one morning find herself being hauled over the coals for her part in Razor?s (the Zetas enforcer) confession by none other than her ex of ten years pre...

    This is the fourth and last book of the 'Lone Star Law' series. According to the author, she's been inspired by watching the tv series Dallas and decided to write something similar but with lesbian main characters. There are loads of plots, subplots and several different characters in ...

    Outside the Law (Lone Star Law Series #4) by Carsen Taite I think this book is a fabulous closing to the Lone Star Law Series. I think Taite improved the series with each book and this one being the best overall. This book felt more romance than crime. Which I cannot say about the o...

    So, I know this book is set in Texas, written by a Texan and I'm from a neutral European country where the cops aren't armed but who on earth thought it was a good idea to have anyone who looked at the cover staring down the barrel of a gun? Come on! This book is part four of the "Lone...

    Tanner Cohen and Sydney Braswell had the perfect college romance, future plans and ideal partnership? except that what Sydney had planned wasn?t precisely what Tanner wanted, and while Syd didn?t listen, Tanner didn?t really make her. Years later they are forced to work toge...

    This was a good book in a good series. I consider myself a Carsen Taite fan and have read allot of her books; this one was another great read. I loved that this books tied up allot of lose ends and that it brought romance to Tanner; one of my favourite characters of the series. I m...

    Carsen Taite is quickly becoming one of my favourite authors after I recently discovered her books. This is the fourth and final book in the Lone Star Law Series. Each book follows a different couple, but there is a crime story that flows through all four books. I highly recommend read...

    This is the final book in the Lone Star Law series by Taite. The first three are Lay Down the Law, Above the Law and Letter of the Law. Although each book contains a different romance, the characters run through all four books, and the major crime plot advances throughout the series. S...

    Free download for Netgalley in exchange for an honest review Law school sweethearts Tanner Cohen and Sydney Braswell are now assigned to the same task force. Tanner Cohen FBI Agent and Sydney Braswell as a special prosecutor. Outside The Law is Book 4 and the final book in the Lon...

    The fourth - and final - book in Carsen Taite's Lone Star Law Series is as good as the other three. No real surprise as Ms Taite is a master of the legal thriller. Here we meet the gang from the earlier books plus a new character - Sydney. She has been brought in to add some external c...

    This is the fourth and final book in Carsen's ? Lone Star Law? series?. This time the main story is focused on Tanner Cohen and Sydney Braswell. The federal task force in charge of bringing an end to a crime family involved in smuggling drugs is made up with the friends and colle...

    This has been a great series where I have enjoyed the ride. I have always felt there was a lot going on in these books and it always takes me a bit of time to remember all the details from the previous books. I liked the romance between the two characters that we focused on in this boo...

    So I came into this series in book four, but it was actually fairly easy to catch on to all the characters. The main characters in this installment were a bit frustrating. There were a lot of misconceptions and while we could see the growth of Sydney it would have been a bit nice to se...

  • Velvet Lounger
    May 13, 2018

    'NetGalley ARC provided by The Publisher in exchange for a honest review' 4.5stars! Carsen Taite's new book/series featuring lead FBI agent Tanner Cohen and the rest of her cohort from the previous series are utterly riveting and masterfully drawn. Her latest thriller which rehashe...

    3.5 Stars. This is the fourth and final book in the Lone Star Law series. I?m a big Carsen Taite fan, but I have to be honest this series wasn?t my favorite. But all four books were decent and I am a little sad the series is now over. I would put this book in the little better than...

    This is the fourth book of the Lone Star Law Series and apparently, and because the author says so in the acknowledgments, it will be the last. Since the first book, the plot has been developed and new characters have been appearing, so if they are not read consecutively it is not poss...

    This is the forth and final book of an on going series and I admit I enjoyed them all. Yes, I would advise you to read them in order. Reason being is that although the main story changes there are some story lines that continue throughout the books. I feel that the story line and ch...

    This is the fourth and final installment in Taite?s Lone Star Law Series and it?s a good one. Tanner Cohen walks into a briefing one morning find herself being hauled over the coals for her part in Razor?s (the Zetas enforcer) confession by none other than her ex of ten years pre...

    This is the fourth and last book of the 'Lone Star Law' series. According to the author, she's been inspired by watching the tv series Dallas and decided to write something similar but with lesbian main characters. There are loads of plots, subplots and several different characters in ...

    Outside the Law (Lone Star Law Series #4) by Carsen Taite I think this book is a fabulous closing to the Lone Star Law Series. I think Taite improved the series with each book and this one being the best overall. This book felt more romance than crime. Which I cannot say about the o...

    So, I know this book is set in Texas, written by a Texan and I'm from a neutral European country where the cops aren't armed but who on earth thought it was a good idea to have anyone who looked at the cover staring down the barrel of a gun? Come on! This book is part four of the "Lone...

    Tanner Cohen and Sydney Braswell had the perfect college romance, future plans and ideal partnership? except that what Sydney had planned wasn?t precisely what Tanner wanted, and while Syd didn?t listen, Tanner didn?t really make her. Years later they are forced to work toge...

  • Anne
    May 08, 2018

    'NetGalley ARC provided by The Publisher in exchange for a honest review' 4.5stars! Carsen Taite's new book/series featuring lead FBI agent Tanner Cohen and the rest of her cohort from the previous series are utterly riveting and masterfully drawn. Her latest thriller which rehashe...

    3.5 Stars. This is the fourth and final book in the Lone Star Law series. I?m a big Carsen Taite fan, but I have to be honest this series wasn?t my favorite. But all four books were decent and I am a little sad the series is now over. I would put this book in the little better than...

    This is the fourth book of the Lone Star Law Series and apparently, and because the author says so in the acknowledgments, it will be the last. Since the first book, the plot has been developed and new characters have been appearing, so if they are not read consecutively it is not poss...

    This is the forth and final book of an on going series and I admit I enjoyed them all. Yes, I would advise you to read them in order. Reason being is that although the main story changes there are some story lines that continue throughout the books. I feel that the story line and ch...

    This is the fourth and final installment in Taite?s Lone Star Law Series and it?s a good one. Tanner Cohen walks into a briefing one morning find herself being hauled over the coals for her part in Razor?s (the Zetas enforcer) confession by none other than her ex of ten years pre...

    This is the fourth and last book of the 'Lone Star Law' series. According to the author, she's been inspired by watching the tv series Dallas and decided to write something similar but with lesbian main characters. There are loads of plots, subplots and several different characters in ...

    Outside the Law (Lone Star Law Series #4) by Carsen Taite I think this book is a fabulous closing to the Lone Star Law Series. I think Taite improved the series with each book and this one being the best overall. This book felt more romance than crime. Which I cannot say about the o...

    So, I know this book is set in Texas, written by a Texan and I'm from a neutral European country where the cops aren't armed but who on earth thought it was a good idea to have anyone who looked at the cover staring down the barrel of a gun? Come on! This book is part four of the "Lone...

    Tanner Cohen and Sydney Braswell had the perfect college romance, future plans and ideal partnership? except that what Sydney had planned wasn?t precisely what Tanner wanted, and while Syd didn?t listen, Tanner didn?t really make her. Years later they are forced to work toge...

    This was a good book in a good series. I consider myself a Carsen Taite fan and have read allot of her books; this one was another great read. I loved that this books tied up allot of lose ends and that it brought romance to Tanner; one of my favourite characters of the series. I m...

    Carsen Taite is quickly becoming one of my favourite authors after I recently discovered her books. This is the fourth and final book in the Lone Star Law Series. Each book follows a different couple, but there is a crime story that flows through all four books. I highly recommend read...

    This is the final book in the Lone Star Law series by Taite. The first three are Lay Down the Law, Above the Law and Letter of the Law. Although each book contains a different romance, the characters run through all four books, and the major crime plot advances throughout the series. S...

    Free download for Netgalley in exchange for an honest review Law school sweethearts Tanner Cohen and Sydney Braswell are now assigned to the same task force. Tanner Cohen FBI Agent and Sydney Braswell as a special prosecutor. Outside The Law is Book 4 and the final book in the Lon...

    The fourth - and final - book in Carsen Taite's Lone Star Law Series is as good as the other three. No real surprise as Ms Taite is a master of the legal thriller. Here we meet the gang from the earlier books plus a new character - Sydney. She has been brought in to add some external c...

  • Michele Howell
    May 01, 2018

    'NetGalley ARC provided by The Publisher in exchange for a honest review' 4.5stars! Carsen Taite's new book/series featuring lead FBI agent Tanner Cohen and the rest of her cohort from the previous series are utterly riveting and masterfully drawn. Her latest thriller which rehashe...

    3.5 Stars. This is the fourth and final book in the Lone Star Law series. I?m a big Carsen Taite fan, but I have to be honest this series wasn?t my favorite. But all four books were decent and I am a little sad the series is now over. I would put this book in the little better than...

    This is the fourth book of the Lone Star Law Series and apparently, and because the author says so in the acknowledgments, it will be the last. Since the first book, the plot has been developed and new characters have been appearing, so if they are not read consecutively it is not poss...

    This is the forth and final book of an on going series and I admit I enjoyed them all. Yes, I would advise you to read them in order. Reason being is that although the main story changes there are some story lines that continue throughout the books. I feel that the story line and ch...

    This is the fourth and final installment in Taite?s Lone Star Law Series and it?s a good one. Tanner Cohen walks into a briefing one morning find herself being hauled over the coals for her part in Razor?s (the Zetas enforcer) confession by none other than her ex of ten years pre...

    This is the fourth and last book of the 'Lone Star Law' series. According to the author, she's been inspired by watching the tv series Dallas and decided to write something similar but with lesbian main characters. There are loads of plots, subplots and several different characters in ...

    Outside the Law (Lone Star Law Series #4) by Carsen Taite I think this book is a fabulous closing to the Lone Star Law Series. I think Taite improved the series with each book and this one being the best overall. This book felt more romance than crime. Which I cannot say about the o...

    So, I know this book is set in Texas, written by a Texan and I'm from a neutral European country where the cops aren't armed but who on earth thought it was a good idea to have anyone who looked at the cover staring down the barrel of a gun? Come on! This book is part four of the "Lone...

    Tanner Cohen and Sydney Braswell had the perfect college romance, future plans and ideal partnership? except that what Sydney had planned wasn?t precisely what Tanner wanted, and while Syd didn?t listen, Tanner didn?t really make her. Years later they are forced to work toge...

    This was a good book in a good series. I consider myself a Carsen Taite fan and have read allot of her books; this one was another great read. I loved that this books tied up allot of lose ends and that it brought romance to Tanner; one of my favourite characters of the series. I m...

    Carsen Taite is quickly becoming one of my favourite authors after I recently discovered her books. This is the fourth and final book in the Lone Star Law Series. Each book follows a different couple, but there is a crime story that flows through all four books. I highly recommend read...

    This is the final book in the Lone Star Law series by Taite. The first three are Lay Down the Law, Above the Law and Letter of the Law. Although each book contains a different romance, the characters run through all four books, and the major crime plot advances throughout the series. S...

    Free download for Netgalley in exchange for an honest review Law school sweethearts Tanner Cohen and Sydney Braswell are now assigned to the same task force. Tanner Cohen FBI Agent and Sydney Braswell as a special prosecutor. Outside The Law is Book 4 and the final book in the Lon...

    The fourth - and final - book in Carsen Taite's Lone Star Law Series is as good as the other three. No real surprise as Ms Taite is a master of the legal thriller. Here we meet the gang from the earlier books plus a new character - Sydney. She has been brought in to add some external c...

    This is the fourth and final book in Carsen's ? Lone Star Law? series?. This time the main story is focused on Tanner Cohen and Sydney Braswell. The federal task force in charge of bringing an end to a crime family involved in smuggling drugs is made up with the friends and colle...

    This has been a great series where I have enjoyed the ride. I have always felt there was a lot going on in these books and it always takes me a bit of time to remember all the details from the previous books. I liked the romance between the two characters that we focused on in this boo...

    So I came into this series in book four, but it was actually fairly easy to catch on to all the characters. The main characters in this installment were a bit frustrating. There were a lot of misconceptions and while we could see the growth of Sydney it would have been a bit nice to se...

    Exciting and absorbing! With pain in my heart I must say goodbye to all these strong and very capable women. This was the last one and it leads to an astonishing conclusion and in one for me, unexpected direction. I loved the detailed examination of the case/cases and how they use...

    I rec'd an ARC from NetGalley/Bold Strokes Books for an honest review. This book is the 4th in the Lone Star Series. Tanner (FBI Agent) and Sydney (spec. prosecutor) are the leads in this legal thriller/romance that has courtroom drama, angst and just the right amount of sex to carry ...

    Outside the Law is the 4th and final book in the Lone Star Series. I have enjoyed all the preceding books and was looking forward to reading this one. The series deals with a task force of women who are trying to bring the murderers/drug lords to justice following an on-going crime. ...

    Another hit. Well all I can say is I never seen that coming. I thought I knew who the bad guy was. If you love mysteries this the series for you. The characters are believable and I found myself wishing I had friends like them. It was definitely a happy ending. I definitely recomme...

    I love the book and the conclusion of the series. Carsen Taite does a great job of creating characters that you can get to know and appreciate what they go through. Her story telling draws you in to the world she has developed through her words. Great read. ...

    This book was okay. I thought it was. Little too long for the story they were telling. I feel like a lot of the characters were pushed to the side, like we never got Mary?s Story. I thought the idea of Tanner having an ex that came back was good and it let me fill in a square on my l...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    I did not read the other books in this series. That said this book can be read as a stand alone. I did not feel lost that I had not read the other 3 books. The book gave background on Tanner and Syd. What took them away from each other brings them full circle. Working together to solve...

  • Loek Krancher
    Jul 11, 2018

    'NetGalley ARC provided by The Publisher in exchange for a honest review' 4.5stars! Carsen Taite's new book/series featuring lead FBI agent Tanner Cohen and the rest of her cohort from the previous series are utterly riveting and masterfully drawn. Her latest thriller which rehashe...

    3.5 Stars. This is the fourth and final book in the Lone Star Law series. I?m a big Carsen Taite fan, but I have to be honest this series wasn?t my favorite. But all four books were decent and I am a little sad the series is now over. I would put this book in the little better than...

    This is the fourth book of the Lone Star Law Series and apparently, and because the author says so in the acknowledgments, it will be the last. Since the first book, the plot has been developed and new characters have been appearing, so if they are not read consecutively it is not poss...

    This is the forth and final book of an on going series and I admit I enjoyed them all. Yes, I would advise you to read them in order. Reason being is that although the main story changes there are some story lines that continue throughout the books. I feel that the story line and ch...

    This is the fourth and final installment in Taite?s Lone Star Law Series and it?s a good one. Tanner Cohen walks into a briefing one morning find herself being hauled over the coals for her part in Razor?s (the Zetas enforcer) confession by none other than her ex of ten years pre...

    This is the fourth and last book of the 'Lone Star Law' series. According to the author, she's been inspired by watching the tv series Dallas and decided to write something similar but with lesbian main characters. There are loads of plots, subplots and several different characters in ...

    Outside the Law (Lone Star Law Series #4) by Carsen Taite I think this book is a fabulous closing to the Lone Star Law Series. I think Taite improved the series with each book and this one being the best overall. This book felt more romance than crime. Which I cannot say about the o...

    So, I know this book is set in Texas, written by a Texan and I'm from a neutral European country where the cops aren't armed but who on earth thought it was a good idea to have anyone who looked at the cover staring down the barrel of a gun? Come on! This book is part four of the "Lone...

    Tanner Cohen and Sydney Braswell had the perfect college romance, future plans and ideal partnership? except that what Sydney had planned wasn?t precisely what Tanner wanted, and while Syd didn?t listen, Tanner didn?t really make her. Years later they are forced to work toge...

    This was a good book in a good series. I consider myself a Carsen Taite fan and have read allot of her books; this one was another great read. I loved that this books tied up allot of lose ends and that it brought romance to Tanner; one of my favourite characters of the series. I m...

    Carsen Taite is quickly becoming one of my favourite authors after I recently discovered her books. This is the fourth and final book in the Lone Star Law Series. Each book follows a different couple, but there is a crime story that flows through all four books. I highly recommend read...

    This is the final book in the Lone Star Law series by Taite. The first three are Lay Down the Law, Above the Law and Letter of the Law. Although each book contains a different romance, the characters run through all four books, and the major crime plot advances throughout the series. S...

    Free download for Netgalley in exchange for an honest review Law school sweethearts Tanner Cohen and Sydney Braswell are now assigned to the same task force. Tanner Cohen FBI Agent and Sydney Braswell as a special prosecutor. Outside The Law is Book 4 and the final book in the Lon...

    The fourth - and final - book in Carsen Taite's Lone Star Law Series is as good as the other three. No real surprise as Ms Taite is a master of the legal thriller. Here we meet the gang from the earlier books plus a new character - Sydney. She has been brought in to add some external c...

    This is the fourth and final book in Carsen's ? Lone Star Law? series?. This time the main story is focused on Tanner Cohen and Sydney Braswell. The federal task force in charge of bringing an end to a crime family involved in smuggling drugs is made up with the friends and colle...

    This has been a great series where I have enjoyed the ride. I have always felt there was a lot going on in these books and it always takes me a bit of time to remember all the details from the previous books. I liked the romance between the two characters that we focused on in this boo...

    So I came into this series in book four, but it was actually fairly easy to catch on to all the characters. The main characters in this installment were a bit frustrating. There were a lot of misconceptions and while we could see the growth of Sydney it would have been a bit nice to se...

    Exciting and absorbing! With pain in my heart I must say goodbye to all these strong and very capable women. This was the last one and it leads to an astonishing conclusion and in one for me, unexpected direction. I loved the detailed examination of the case/cases and how they use...

  • Rosi
    Apr 03, 2018

    'NetGalley ARC provided by The Publisher in exchange for a honest review' 4.5stars! Carsen Taite's new book/series featuring lead FBI agent Tanner Cohen and the rest of her cohort from the previous series are utterly riveting and masterfully drawn. Her latest thriller which rehashe...

    3.5 Stars. This is the fourth and final book in the Lone Star Law series. I?m a big Carsen Taite fan, but I have to be honest this series wasn?t my favorite. But all four books were decent and I am a little sad the series is now over. I would put this book in the little better than...

    This is the fourth book of the Lone Star Law Series and apparently, and because the author says so in the acknowledgments, it will be the last. Since the first book, the plot has been developed and new characters have been appearing, so if they are not read consecutively it is not poss...

  • Gail
    May 23, 2018

    'NetGalley ARC provided by The Publisher in exchange for a honest review' 4.5stars! Carsen Taite's new book/series featuring lead FBI agent Tanner Cohen and the rest of her cohort from the previous series are utterly riveting and masterfully drawn. Her latest thriller which rehashe...

    3.5 Stars. This is the fourth and final book in the Lone Star Law series. I?m a big Carsen Taite fan, but I have to be honest this series wasn?t my favorite. But all four books were decent and I am a little sad the series is now over. I would put this book in the little better than...

    This is the fourth book of the Lone Star Law Series and apparently, and because the author says so in the acknowledgments, it will be the last. Since the first book, the plot has been developed and new characters have been appearing, so if they are not read consecutively it is not poss...

    This is the forth and final book of an on going series and I admit I enjoyed them all. Yes, I would advise you to read them in order. Reason being is that although the main story changes there are some story lines that continue throughout the books. I feel that the story line and ch...

    This is the fourth and final installment in Taite?s Lone Star Law Series and it?s a good one. Tanner Cohen walks into a briefing one morning find herself being hauled over the coals for her part in Razor?s (the Zetas enforcer) confession by none other than her ex of ten years pre...

    This is the fourth and last book of the 'Lone Star Law' series. According to the author, she's been inspired by watching the tv series Dallas and decided to write something similar but with lesbian main characters. There are loads of plots, subplots and several different characters in ...

    Outside the Law (Lone Star Law Series #4) by Carsen Taite I think this book is a fabulous closing to the Lone Star Law Series. I think Taite improved the series with each book and this one being the best overall. This book felt more romance than crime. Which I cannot say about the o...

    So, I know this book is set in Texas, written by a Texan and I'm from a neutral European country where the cops aren't armed but who on earth thought it was a good idea to have anyone who looked at the cover staring down the barrel of a gun? Come on! This book is part four of the "Lone...

    Tanner Cohen and Sydney Braswell had the perfect college romance, future plans and ideal partnership? except that what Sydney had planned wasn?t precisely what Tanner wanted, and while Syd didn?t listen, Tanner didn?t really make her. Years later they are forced to work toge...

    This was a good book in a good series. I consider myself a Carsen Taite fan and have read allot of her books; this one was another great read. I loved that this books tied up allot of lose ends and that it brought romance to Tanner; one of my favourite characters of the series. I m...

    Carsen Taite is quickly becoming one of my favourite authors after I recently discovered her books. This is the fourth and final book in the Lone Star Law Series. Each book follows a different couple, but there is a crime story that flows through all four books. I highly recommend read...

    This is the final book in the Lone Star Law series by Taite. The first three are Lay Down the Law, Above the Law and Letter of the Law. Although each book contains a different romance, the characters run through all four books, and the major crime plot advances throughout the series. S...

    Free download for Netgalley in exchange for an honest review Law school sweethearts Tanner Cohen and Sydney Braswell are now assigned to the same task force. Tanner Cohen FBI Agent and Sydney Braswell as a special prosecutor. Outside The Law is Book 4 and the final book in the Lon...

    The fourth - and final - book in Carsen Taite's Lone Star Law Series is as good as the other three. No real surprise as Ms Taite is a master of the legal thriller. Here we meet the gang from the earlier books plus a new character - Sydney. She has been brought in to add some external c...

    This is the fourth and final book in Carsen's ? Lone Star Law? series?. This time the main story is focused on Tanner Cohen and Sydney Braswell. The federal task force in charge of bringing an end to a crime family involved in smuggling drugs is made up with the friends and colle...

    This has been a great series where I have enjoyed the ride. I have always felt there was a lot going on in these books and it always takes me a bit of time to remember all the details from the previous books. I liked the romance between the two characters that we focused on in this boo...

    So I came into this series in book four, but it was actually fairly easy to catch on to all the characters. The main characters in this installment were a bit frustrating. There were a lot of misconceptions and while we could see the growth of Sydney it would have been a bit nice to se...

    Exciting and absorbing! With pain in my heart I must say goodbye to all these strong and very capable women. This was the last one and it leads to an astonishing conclusion and in one for me, unexpected direction. I loved the detailed examination of the case/cases and how they use...

    I rec'd an ARC from NetGalley/Bold Strokes Books for an honest review. This book is the 4th in the Lone Star Series. Tanner (FBI Agent) and Sydney (spec. prosecutor) are the leads in this legal thriller/romance that has courtroom drama, angst and just the right amount of sex to carry ...

  • Pippa
    Apr 30, 2018

    'NetGalley ARC provided by The Publisher in exchange for a honest review' 4.5stars! Carsen Taite's new book/series featuring lead FBI agent Tanner Cohen and the rest of her cohort from the previous series are utterly riveting and masterfully drawn. Her latest thriller which rehashe...

    3.5 Stars. This is the fourth and final book in the Lone Star Law series. I?m a big Carsen Taite fan, but I have to be honest this series wasn?t my favorite. But all four books were decent and I am a little sad the series is now over. I would put this book in the little better than...

    This is the fourth book of the Lone Star Law Series and apparently, and because the author says so in the acknowledgments, it will be the last. Since the first book, the plot has been developed and new characters have been appearing, so if they are not read consecutively it is not poss...

    This is the forth and final book of an on going series and I admit I enjoyed them all. Yes, I would advise you to read them in order. Reason being is that although the main story changes there are some story lines that continue throughout the books. I feel that the story line and ch...

    This is the fourth and final installment in Taite?s Lone Star Law Series and it?s a good one. Tanner Cohen walks into a briefing one morning find herself being hauled over the coals for her part in Razor?s (the Zetas enforcer) confession by none other than her ex of ten years pre...

    This is the fourth and last book of the 'Lone Star Law' series. According to the author, she's been inspired by watching the tv series Dallas and decided to write something similar but with lesbian main characters. There are loads of plots, subplots and several different characters in ...

    Outside the Law (Lone Star Law Series #4) by Carsen Taite I think this book is a fabulous closing to the Lone Star Law Series. I think Taite improved the series with each book and this one being the best overall. This book felt more romance than crime. Which I cannot say about the o...

    So, I know this book is set in Texas, written by a Texan and I'm from a neutral European country where the cops aren't armed but who on earth thought it was a good idea to have anyone who looked at the cover staring down the barrel of a gun? Come on! This book is part four of the "Lone...

    Tanner Cohen and Sydney Braswell had the perfect college romance, future plans and ideal partnership? except that what Sydney had planned wasn?t precisely what Tanner wanted, and while Syd didn?t listen, Tanner didn?t really make her. Years later they are forced to work toge...

    This was a good book in a good series. I consider myself a Carsen Taite fan and have read allot of her books; this one was another great read. I loved that this books tied up allot of lose ends and that it brought romance to Tanner; one of my favourite characters of the series. I m...

    Carsen Taite is quickly becoming one of my favourite authors after I recently discovered her books. This is the fourth and final book in the Lone Star Law Series. Each book follows a different couple, but there is a crime story that flows through all four books. I highly recommend read...

    This is the final book in the Lone Star Law series by Taite. The first three are Lay Down the Law, Above the Law and Letter of the Law. Although each book contains a different romance, the characters run through all four books, and the major crime plot advances throughout the series. S...

  • Sally Trotter
    Jun 04, 2018

    'NetGalley ARC provided by The Publisher in exchange for a honest review' 4.5stars! Carsen Taite's new book/series featuring lead FBI agent Tanner Cohen and the rest of her cohort from the previous series are utterly riveting and masterfully drawn. Her latest thriller which rehashe...

    3.5 Stars. This is the fourth and final book in the Lone Star Law series. I?m a big Carsen Taite fan, but I have to be honest this series wasn?t my favorite. But all four books were decent and I am a little sad the series is now over. I would put this book in the little better than...

    This is the fourth book of the Lone Star Law Series and apparently, and because the author says so in the acknowledgments, it will be the last. Since the first book, the plot has been developed and new characters have been appearing, so if they are not read consecutively it is not poss...

    This is the forth and final book of an on going series and I admit I enjoyed them all. Yes, I would advise you to read them in order. Reason being is that although the main story changes there are some story lines that continue throughout the books. I feel that the story line and ch...

    This is the fourth and final installment in Taite?s Lone Star Law Series and it?s a good one. Tanner Cohen walks into a briefing one morning find herself being hauled over the coals for her part in Razor?s (the Zetas enforcer) confession by none other than her ex of ten years pre...

    This is the fourth and last book of the 'Lone Star Law' series. According to the author, she's been inspired by watching the tv series Dallas and decided to write something similar but with lesbian main characters. There are loads of plots, subplots and several different characters in ...

    Outside the Law (Lone Star Law Series #4) by Carsen Taite I think this book is a fabulous closing to the Lone Star Law Series. I think Taite improved the series with each book and this one being the best overall. This book felt more romance than crime. Which I cannot say about the o...

    So, I know this book is set in Texas, written by a Texan and I'm from a neutral European country where the cops aren't armed but who on earth thought it was a good idea to have anyone who looked at the cover staring down the barrel of a gun? Come on! This book is part four of the "Lone...

    Tanner Cohen and Sydney Braswell had the perfect college romance, future plans and ideal partnership? except that what Sydney had planned wasn?t precisely what Tanner wanted, and while Syd didn?t listen, Tanner didn?t really make her. Years later they are forced to work toge...

    This was a good book in a good series. I consider myself a Carsen Taite fan and have read allot of her books; this one was another great read. I loved that this books tied up allot of lose ends and that it brought romance to Tanner; one of my favourite characters of the series. I m...

    Carsen Taite is quickly becoming one of my favourite authors after I recently discovered her books. This is the fourth and final book in the Lone Star Law Series. Each book follows a different couple, but there is a crime story that flows through all four books. I highly recommend read...

    This is the final book in the Lone Star Law series by Taite. The first three are Lay Down the Law, Above the Law and Letter of the Law. Although each book contains a different romance, the characters run through all four books, and the major crime plot advances throughout the series. S...

    Free download for Netgalley in exchange for an honest review Law school sweethearts Tanner Cohen and Sydney Braswell are now assigned to the same task force. Tanner Cohen FBI Agent and Sydney Braswell as a special prosecutor. Outside The Law is Book 4 and the final book in the Lon...

    The fourth - and final - book in Carsen Taite's Lone Star Law Series is as good as the other three. No real surprise as Ms Taite is a master of the legal thriller. Here we meet the gang from the earlier books plus a new character - Sydney. She has been brought in to add some external c...

    This is the fourth and final book in Carsen's ? Lone Star Law? series?. This time the main story is focused on Tanner Cohen and Sydney Braswell. The federal task force in charge of bringing an end to a crime family involved in smuggling drugs is made up with the friends and colle...

    This has been a great series where I have enjoyed the ride. I have always felt there was a lot going on in these books and it always takes me a bit of time to remember all the details from the previous books. I liked the romance between the two characters that we focused on in this boo...

    So I came into this series in book four, but it was actually fairly easy to catch on to all the characters. The main characters in this installment were a bit frustrating. There were a lot of misconceptions and while we could see the growth of Sydney it would have been a bit nice to se...

    Exciting and absorbing! With pain in my heart I must say goodbye to all these strong and very capable women. This was the last one and it leads to an astonishing conclusion and in one for me, unexpected direction. I loved the detailed examination of the case/cases and how they use...

    I rec'd an ARC from NetGalley/Bold Strokes Books for an honest review. This book is the 4th in the Lone Star Series. Tanner (FBI Agent) and Sydney (spec. prosecutor) are the leads in this legal thriller/romance that has courtroom drama, angst and just the right amount of sex to carry ...

    Outside the Law is the 4th and final book in the Lone Star Series. I have enjoyed all the preceding books and was looking forward to reading this one. The series deals with a task force of women who are trying to bring the murderers/drug lords to justice following an on-going crime. ...

    Another hit. Well all I can say is I never seen that coming. I thought I knew who the bad guy was. If you love mysteries this the series for you. The characters are believable and I found myself wishing I had friends like them. It was definitely a happy ending. I definitely recomme...

    I love the book and the conclusion of the series. Carsen Taite does a great job of creating characters that you can get to know and appreciate what they go through. Her story telling draws you in to the world she has developed through her words. Great read. ...

    This book was okay. I thought it was. Little too long for the story they were telling. I feel like a lot of the characters were pushed to the side, like we never got Mary?s Story. I thought the idea of Tanner having an ex that came back was good and it let me fill in a square on my l...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    I did not read the other books in this series. That said this book can be read as a stand alone. I did not feel lost that I had not read the other 3 books. The book gave background on Tanner and Syd. What took them away from each other brings them full circle. Working together to solve...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • Melissandre
    May 21, 2018

    'NetGalley ARC provided by The Publisher in exchange for a honest review' 4.5stars! Carsen Taite's new book/series featuring lead FBI agent Tanner Cohen and the rest of her cohort from the previous series are utterly riveting and masterfully drawn. Her latest thriller which rehashe...

    3.5 Stars. This is the fourth and final book in the Lone Star Law series. I?m a big Carsen Taite fan, but I have to be honest this series wasn?t my favorite. But all four books were decent and I am a little sad the series is now over. I would put this book in the little better than...

    This is the fourth book of the Lone Star Law Series and apparently, and because the author says so in the acknowledgments, it will be the last. Since the first book, the plot has been developed and new characters have been appearing, so if they are not read consecutively it is not poss...

    This is the forth and final book of an on going series and I admit I enjoyed them all. Yes, I would advise you to read them in order. Reason being is that although the main story changes there are some story lines that continue throughout the books. I feel that the story line and ch...

    This is the fourth and final installment in Taite?s Lone Star Law Series and it?s a good one. Tanner Cohen walks into a briefing one morning find herself being hauled over the coals for her part in Razor?s (the Zetas enforcer) confession by none other than her ex of ten years pre...

    This is the fourth and last book of the 'Lone Star Law' series. According to the author, she's been inspired by watching the tv series Dallas and decided to write something similar but with lesbian main characters. There are loads of plots, subplots and several different characters in ...

    Outside the Law (Lone Star Law Series #4) by Carsen Taite I think this book is a fabulous closing to the Lone Star Law Series. I think Taite improved the series with each book and this one being the best overall. This book felt more romance than crime. Which I cannot say about the o...

    So, I know this book is set in Texas, written by a Texan and I'm from a neutral European country where the cops aren't armed but who on earth thought it was a good idea to have anyone who looked at the cover staring down the barrel of a gun? Come on! This book is part four of the "Lone...

    Tanner Cohen and Sydney Braswell had the perfect college romance, future plans and ideal partnership? except that what Sydney had planned wasn?t precisely what Tanner wanted, and while Syd didn?t listen, Tanner didn?t really make her. Years later they are forced to work toge...

    This was a good book in a good series. I consider myself a Carsen Taite fan and have read allot of her books; this one was another great read. I loved that this books tied up allot of lose ends and that it brought romance to Tanner; one of my favourite characters of the series. I m...

    Carsen Taite is quickly becoming one of my favourite authors after I recently discovered her books. This is the fourth and final book in the Lone Star Law Series. Each book follows a different couple, but there is a crime story that flows through all four books. I highly recommend read...

    This is the final book in the Lone Star Law series by Taite. The first three are Lay Down the Law, Above the Law and Letter of the Law. Although each book contains a different romance, the characters run through all four books, and the major crime plot advances throughout the series. S...

    Free download for Netgalley in exchange for an honest review Law school sweethearts Tanner Cohen and Sydney Braswell are now assigned to the same task force. Tanner Cohen FBI Agent and Sydney Braswell as a special prosecutor. Outside The Law is Book 4 and the final book in the Lon...

    The fourth - and final - book in Carsen Taite's Lone Star Law Series is as good as the other three. No real surprise as Ms Taite is a master of the legal thriller. Here we meet the gang from the earlier books plus a new character - Sydney. She has been brought in to add some external c...

    This is the fourth and final book in Carsen's ? Lone Star Law? series?. This time the main story is focused on Tanner Cohen and Sydney Braswell. The federal task force in charge of bringing an end to a crime family involved in smuggling drugs is made up with the friends and colle...

    This has been a great series where I have enjoyed the ride. I have always felt there was a lot going on in these books and it always takes me a bit of time to remember all the details from the previous books. I liked the romance between the two characters that we focused on in this boo...

    So I came into this series in book four, but it was actually fairly easy to catch on to all the characters. The main characters in this installment were a bit frustrating. There were a lot of misconceptions and while we could see the growth of Sydney it would have been a bit nice to se...

    Exciting and absorbing! With pain in my heart I must say goodbye to all these strong and very capable women. This was the last one and it leads to an astonishing conclusion and in one for me, unexpected direction. I loved the detailed examination of the case/cases and how they use...

    I rec'd an ARC from NetGalley/Bold Strokes Books for an honest review. This book is the 4th in the Lone Star Series. Tanner (FBI Agent) and Sydney (spec. prosecutor) are the leads in this legal thriller/romance that has courtroom drama, angst and just the right amount of sex to carry ...

    Outside the Law is the 4th and final book in the Lone Star Series. I have enjoyed all the preceding books and was looking forward to reading this one. The series deals with a task force of women who are trying to bring the murderers/drug lords to justice following an on-going crime. ...

    Another hit. Well all I can say is I never seen that coming. I thought I knew who the bad guy was. If you love mysteries this the series for you. The characters are believable and I found myself wishing I had friends like them. It was definitely a happy ending. I definitely recomme...

    I love the book and the conclusion of the series. Carsen Taite does a great job of creating characters that you can get to know and appreciate what they go through. Her story telling draws you in to the world she has developed through her words. Great read. ...

    This book was okay. I thought it was. Little too long for the story they were telling. I feel like a lot of the characters were pushed to the side, like we never got Mary?s Story. I thought the idea of Tanner having an ex that came back was good and it let me fill in a square on my l...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    I did not read the other books in this series. That said this book can be read as a stand alone. I did not feel lost that I had not read the other 3 books. The book gave background on Tanner and Syd. What took them away from each other brings them full circle. Working together to solve...

    ...

  • Catherine
    Apr 24, 2018

    'NetGalley ARC provided by The Publisher in exchange for a honest review' 4.5stars! Carsen Taite's new book/series featuring lead FBI agent Tanner Cohen and the rest of her cohort from the previous series are utterly riveting and masterfully drawn. Her latest thriller which rehashe...

    3.5 Stars. This is the fourth and final book in the Lone Star Law series. I?m a big Carsen Taite fan, but I have to be honest this series wasn?t my favorite. But all four books were decent and I am a little sad the series is now over. I would put this book in the little better than...

    This is the fourth book of the Lone Star Law Series and apparently, and because the author says so in the acknowledgments, it will be the last. Since the first book, the plot has been developed and new characters have been appearing, so if they are not read consecutively it is not poss...

    This is the forth and final book of an on going series and I admit I enjoyed them all. Yes, I would advise you to read them in order. Reason being is that although the main story changes there are some story lines that continue throughout the books. I feel that the story line and ch...

    This is the fourth and final installment in Taite?s Lone Star Law Series and it?s a good one. Tanner Cohen walks into a briefing one morning find herself being hauled over the coals for her part in Razor?s (the Zetas enforcer) confession by none other than her ex of ten years pre...

    This is the fourth and last book of the 'Lone Star Law' series. According to the author, she's been inspired by watching the tv series Dallas and decided to write something similar but with lesbian main characters. There are loads of plots, subplots and several different characters in ...

    Outside the Law (Lone Star Law Series #4) by Carsen Taite I think this book is a fabulous closing to the Lone Star Law Series. I think Taite improved the series with each book and this one being the best overall. This book felt more romance than crime. Which I cannot say about the o...

    So, I know this book is set in Texas, written by a Texan and I'm from a neutral European country where the cops aren't armed but who on earth thought it was a good idea to have anyone who looked at the cover staring down the barrel of a gun? Come on! This book is part four of the "Lone...

    Tanner Cohen and Sydney Braswell had the perfect college romance, future plans and ideal partnership? except that what Sydney had planned wasn?t precisely what Tanner wanted, and while Syd didn?t listen, Tanner didn?t really make her. Years later they are forced to work toge...

    This was a good book in a good series. I consider myself a Carsen Taite fan and have read allot of her books; this one was another great read. I loved that this books tied up allot of lose ends and that it brought romance to Tanner; one of my favourite characters of the series. I m...

    Carsen Taite is quickly becoming one of my favourite authors after I recently discovered her books. This is the fourth and final book in the Lone Star Law Series. Each book follows a different couple, but there is a crime story that flows through all four books. I highly recommend read...

    This is the final book in the Lone Star Law series by Taite. The first three are Lay Down the Law, Above the Law and Letter of the Law. Although each book contains a different romance, the characters run through all four books, and the major crime plot advances throughout the series. S...

    Free download for Netgalley in exchange for an honest review Law school sweethearts Tanner Cohen and Sydney Braswell are now assigned to the same task force. Tanner Cohen FBI Agent and Sydney Braswell as a special prosecutor. Outside The Law is Book 4 and the final book in the Lon...

    The fourth - and final - book in Carsen Taite's Lone Star Law Series is as good as the other three. No real surprise as Ms Taite is a master of the legal thriller. Here we meet the gang from the earlier books plus a new character - Sydney. She has been brought in to add some external c...

    This is the fourth and final book in Carsen's ? Lone Star Law? series?. This time the main story is focused on Tanner Cohen and Sydney Braswell. The federal task force in charge of bringing an end to a crime family involved in smuggling drugs is made up with the friends and colle...

    This has been a great series where I have enjoyed the ride. I have always felt there was a lot going on in these books and it always takes me a bit of time to remember all the details from the previous books. I liked the romance between the two characters that we focused on in this boo...

  • Sophie
    May 24, 2018

    'NetGalley ARC provided by The Publisher in exchange for a honest review' 4.5stars! Carsen Taite's new book/series featuring lead FBI agent Tanner Cohen and the rest of her cohort from the previous series are utterly riveting and masterfully drawn. Her latest thriller which rehashe...

    3.5 Stars. This is the fourth and final book in the Lone Star Law series. I?m a big Carsen Taite fan, but I have to be honest this series wasn?t my favorite. But all four books were decent and I am a little sad the series is now over. I would put this book in the little better than...

    This is the fourth book of the Lone Star Law Series and apparently, and because the author says so in the acknowledgments, it will be the last. Since the first book, the plot has been developed and new characters have been appearing, so if they are not read consecutively it is not poss...

    This is the forth and final book of an on going series and I admit I enjoyed them all. Yes, I would advise you to read them in order. Reason being is that although the main story changes there are some story lines that continue throughout the books. I feel that the story line and ch...

    This is the fourth and final installment in Taite?s Lone Star Law Series and it?s a good one. Tanner Cohen walks into a briefing one morning find herself being hauled over the coals for her part in Razor?s (the Zetas enforcer) confession by none other than her ex of ten years pre...

    This is the fourth and last book of the 'Lone Star Law' series. According to the author, she's been inspired by watching the tv series Dallas and decided to write something similar but with lesbian main characters. There are loads of plots, subplots and several different characters in ...

    Outside the Law (Lone Star Law Series #4) by Carsen Taite I think this book is a fabulous closing to the Lone Star Law Series. I think Taite improved the series with each book and this one being the best overall. This book felt more romance than crime. Which I cannot say about the o...

    So, I know this book is set in Texas, written by a Texan and I'm from a neutral European country where the cops aren't armed but who on earth thought it was a good idea to have anyone who looked at the cover staring down the barrel of a gun? Come on! This book is part four of the "Lone...

    Tanner Cohen and Sydney Braswell had the perfect college romance, future plans and ideal partnership? except that what Sydney had planned wasn?t precisely what Tanner wanted, and while Syd didn?t listen, Tanner didn?t really make her. Years later they are forced to work toge...

    This was a good book in a good series. I consider myself a Carsen Taite fan and have read allot of her books; this one was another great read. I loved that this books tied up allot of lose ends and that it brought romance to Tanner; one of my favourite characters of the series. I m...

    Carsen Taite is quickly becoming one of my favourite authors after I recently discovered her books. This is the fourth and final book in the Lone Star Law Series. Each book follows a different couple, but there is a crime story that flows through all four books. I highly recommend read...

    This is the final book in the Lone Star Law series by Taite. The first three are Lay Down the Law, Above the Law and Letter of the Law. Although each book contains a different romance, the characters run through all four books, and the major crime plot advances throughout the series. S...

    Free download for Netgalley in exchange for an honest review Law school sweethearts Tanner Cohen and Sydney Braswell are now assigned to the same task force. Tanner Cohen FBI Agent and Sydney Braswell as a special prosecutor. Outside The Law is Book 4 and the final book in the Lon...

    The fourth - and final - book in Carsen Taite's Lone Star Law Series is as good as the other three. No real surprise as Ms Taite is a master of the legal thriller. Here we meet the gang from the earlier books plus a new character - Sydney. She has been brought in to add some external c...

    This is the fourth and final book in Carsen's ? Lone Star Law? series?. This time the main story is focused on Tanner Cohen and Sydney Braswell. The federal task force in charge of bringing an end to a crime family involved in smuggling drugs is made up with the friends and colle...

    This has been a great series where I have enjoyed the ride. I have always felt there was a lot going on in these books and it always takes me a bit of time to remember all the details from the previous books. I liked the romance between the two characters that we focused on in this boo...

    So I came into this series in book four, but it was actually fairly easy to catch on to all the characters. The main characters in this installment were a bit frustrating. There were a lot of misconceptions and while we could see the growth of Sydney it would have been a bit nice to se...

    Exciting and absorbing! With pain in my heart I must say goodbye to all these strong and very capable women. This was the last one and it leads to an astonishing conclusion and in one for me, unexpected direction. I loved the detailed examination of the case/cases and how they use...

    I rec'd an ARC from NetGalley/Bold Strokes Books for an honest review. This book is the 4th in the Lone Star Series. Tanner (FBI Agent) and Sydney (spec. prosecutor) are the leads in this legal thriller/romance that has courtroom drama, angst and just the right amount of sex to carry ...

    Outside the Law is the 4th and final book in the Lone Star Series. I have enjoyed all the preceding books and was looking forward to reading this one. The series deals with a task force of women who are trying to bring the murderers/drug lords to justice following an on-going crime. ...

    Another hit. Well all I can say is I never seen that coming. I thought I knew who the bad guy was. If you love mysteries this the series for you. The characters are believable and I found myself wishing I had friends like them. It was definitely a happy ending. I definitely recomme...

    I love the book and the conclusion of the series. Carsen Taite does a great job of creating characters that you can get to know and appreciate what they go through. Her story telling draws you in to the world she has developed through her words. Great read. ...

    This book was okay. I thought it was. Little too long for the story they were telling. I feel like a lot of the characters were pushed to the side, like we never got Mary?s Story. I thought the idea of Tanner having an ex that came back was good and it let me fill in a square on my l...

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  • Cindy
    Jun 16, 2018

    'NetGalley ARC provided by The Publisher in exchange for a honest review' 4.5stars! Carsen Taite's new book/series featuring lead FBI agent Tanner Cohen and the rest of her cohort from the previous series are utterly riveting and masterfully drawn. Her latest thriller which rehashe...

    3.5 Stars. This is the fourth and final book in the Lone Star Law series. I?m a big Carsen Taite fan, but I have to be honest this series wasn?t my favorite. But all four books were decent and I am a little sad the series is now over. I would put this book in the little better than...

    This is the fourth book of the Lone Star Law Series and apparently, and because the author says so in the acknowledgments, it will be the last. Since the first book, the plot has been developed and new characters have been appearing, so if they are not read consecutively it is not poss...

    This is the forth and final book of an on going series and I admit I enjoyed them all. Yes, I would advise you to read them in order. Reason being is that although the main story changes there are some story lines that continue throughout the books. I feel that the story line and ch...

    This is the fourth and final installment in Taite?s Lone Star Law Series and it?s a good one. Tanner Cohen walks into a briefing one morning find herself being hauled over the coals for her part in Razor?s (the Zetas enforcer) confession by none other than her ex of ten years pre...

    This is the fourth and last book of the 'Lone Star Law' series. According to the author, she's been inspired by watching the tv series Dallas and decided to write something similar but with lesbian main characters. There are loads of plots, subplots and several different characters in ...

    Outside the Law (Lone Star Law Series #4) by Carsen Taite I think this book is a fabulous closing to the Lone Star Law Series. I think Taite improved the series with each book and this one being the best overall. This book felt more romance than crime. Which I cannot say about the o...

    So, I know this book is set in Texas, written by a Texan and I'm from a neutral European country where the cops aren't armed but who on earth thought it was a good idea to have anyone who looked at the cover staring down the barrel of a gun? Come on! This book is part four of the "Lone...

    Tanner Cohen and Sydney Braswell had the perfect college romance, future plans and ideal partnership? except that what Sydney had planned wasn?t precisely what Tanner wanted, and while Syd didn?t listen, Tanner didn?t really make her. Years later they are forced to work toge...

    This was a good book in a good series. I consider myself a Carsen Taite fan and have read allot of her books; this one was another great read. I loved that this books tied up allot of lose ends and that it brought romance to Tanner; one of my favourite characters of the series. I m...

  • Diane Wallace
    Apr 02, 2018

    'NetGalley ARC provided by The Publisher in exchange for a honest review' 4.5stars! Carsen Taite's new book/series featuring lead FBI agent Tanner Cohen and the rest of her cohort from the previous series are utterly riveting and masterfully drawn. Her latest thriller which rehashe...

  • Gaby
    Apr 08, 2018

    'NetGalley ARC provided by The Publisher in exchange for a honest review' 4.5stars! Carsen Taite's new book/series featuring lead FBI agent Tanner Cohen and the rest of her cohort from the previous series are utterly riveting and masterfully drawn. Her latest thriller which rehashe...

    3.5 Stars. This is the fourth and final book in the Lone Star Law series. I?m a big Carsen Taite fan, but I have to be honest this series wasn?t my favorite. But all four books were decent and I am a little sad the series is now over. I would put this book in the little better than...

    This is the fourth book of the Lone Star Law Series and apparently, and because the author says so in the acknowledgments, it will be the last. Since the first book, the plot has been developed and new characters have been appearing, so if they are not read consecutively it is not poss...

    This is the forth and final book of an on going series and I admit I enjoyed them all. Yes, I would advise you to read them in order. Reason being is that although the main story changes there are some story lines that continue throughout the books. I feel that the story line and ch...

    This is the fourth and final installment in Taite?s Lone Star Law Series and it?s a good one. Tanner Cohen walks into a briefing one morning find herself being hauled over the coals for her part in Razor?s (the Zetas enforcer) confession by none other than her ex of ten years pre...

    This is the fourth and last book of the 'Lone Star Law' series. According to the author, she's been inspired by watching the tv series Dallas and decided to write something similar but with lesbian main characters. There are loads of plots, subplots and several different characters in ...

  • susan
    Jun 04, 2018

    'NetGalley ARC provided by The Publisher in exchange for a honest review' 4.5stars! Carsen Taite's new book/series featuring lead FBI agent Tanner Cohen and the rest of her cohort from the previous series are utterly riveting and masterfully drawn. Her latest thriller which rehashe...

    3.5 Stars. This is the fourth and final book in the Lone Star Law series. I?m a big Carsen Taite fan, but I have to be honest this series wasn?t my favorite. But all four books were decent and I am a little sad the series is now over. I would put this book in the little better than...

    This is the fourth book of the Lone Star Law Series and apparently, and because the author says so in the acknowledgments, it will be the last. Since the first book, the plot has been developed and new characters have been appearing, so if they are not read consecutively it is not poss...

    This is the forth and final book of an on going series and I admit I enjoyed them all. Yes, I would advise you to read them in order. Reason being is that although the main story changes there are some story lines that continue throughout the books. I feel that the story line and ch...

    This is the fourth and final installment in Taite?s Lone Star Law Series and it?s a good one. Tanner Cohen walks into a briefing one morning find herself being hauled over the coals for her part in Razor?s (the Zetas enforcer) confession by none other than her ex of ten years pre...

    This is the fourth and last book of the 'Lone Star Law' series. According to the author, she's been inspired by watching the tv series Dallas and decided to write something similar but with lesbian main characters. There are loads of plots, subplots and several different characters in ...

    Outside the Law (Lone Star Law Series #4) by Carsen Taite I think this book is a fabulous closing to the Lone Star Law Series. I think Taite improved the series with each book and this one being the best overall. This book felt more romance than crime. Which I cannot say about the o...

    So, I know this book is set in Texas, written by a Texan and I'm from a neutral European country where the cops aren't armed but who on earth thought it was a good idea to have anyone who looked at the cover staring down the barrel of a gun? Come on! This book is part four of the "Lone...

    Tanner Cohen and Sydney Braswell had the perfect college romance, future plans and ideal partnership? except that what Sydney had planned wasn?t precisely what Tanner wanted, and while Syd didn?t listen, Tanner didn?t really make her. Years later they are forced to work toge...

    This was a good book in a good series. I consider myself a Carsen Taite fan and have read allot of her books; this one was another great read. I loved that this books tied up allot of lose ends and that it brought romance to Tanner; one of my favourite characters of the series. I m...

    Carsen Taite is quickly becoming one of my favourite authors after I recently discovered her books. This is the fourth and final book in the Lone Star Law Series. Each book follows a different couple, but there is a crime story that flows through all four books. I highly recommend read...

    This is the final book in the Lone Star Law series by Taite. The first three are Lay Down the Law, Above the Law and Letter of the Law. Although each book contains a different romance, the characters run through all four books, and the major crime plot advances throughout the series. S...

    Free download for Netgalley in exchange for an honest review Law school sweethearts Tanner Cohen and Sydney Braswell are now assigned to the same task force. Tanner Cohen FBI Agent and Sydney Braswell as a special prosecutor. Outside The Law is Book 4 and the final book in the Lon...

    The fourth - and final - book in Carsen Taite's Lone Star Law Series is as good as the other three. No real surprise as Ms Taite is a master of the legal thriller. Here we meet the gang from the earlier books plus a new character - Sydney. She has been brought in to add some external c...

    This is the fourth and final book in Carsen's ? Lone Star Law? series?. This time the main story is focused on Tanner Cohen and Sydney Braswell. The federal task force in charge of bringing an end to a crime family involved in smuggling drugs is made up with the friends and colle...

    This has been a great series where I have enjoyed the ride. I have always felt there was a lot going on in these books and it always takes me a bit of time to remember all the details from the previous books. I liked the romance between the two characters that we focused on in this boo...

    So I came into this series in book four, but it was actually fairly easy to catch on to all the characters. The main characters in this installment were a bit frustrating. There were a lot of misconceptions and while we could see the growth of Sydney it would have been a bit nice to se...

    Exciting and absorbing! With pain in my heart I must say goodbye to all these strong and very capable women. This was the last one and it leads to an astonishing conclusion and in one for me, unexpected direction. I loved the detailed examination of the case/cases and how they use...

    I rec'd an ARC from NetGalley/Bold Strokes Books for an honest review. This book is the 4th in the Lone Star Series. Tanner (FBI Agent) and Sydney (spec. prosecutor) are the leads in this legal thriller/romance that has courtroom drama, angst and just the right amount of sex to carry ...

    Outside the Law is the 4th and final book in the Lone Star Series. I have enjoyed all the preceding books and was looking forward to reading this one. The series deals with a task force of women who are trying to bring the murderers/drug lords to justice following an on-going crime. ...

    Another hit. Well all I can say is I never seen that coming. I thought I knew who the bad guy was. If you love mysteries this the series for you. The characters are believable and I found myself wishing I had friends like them. It was definitely a happy ending. I definitely recomme...

  • Marina Kyriacou
    Jun 02, 2018

    'NetGalley ARC provided by The Publisher in exchange for a honest review' 4.5stars! Carsen Taite's new book/series featuring lead FBI agent Tanner Cohen and the rest of her cohort from the previous series are utterly riveting and masterfully drawn. Her latest thriller which rehashe...

    3.5 Stars. This is the fourth and final book in the Lone Star Law series. I?m a big Carsen Taite fan, but I have to be honest this series wasn?t my favorite. But all four books were decent and I am a little sad the series is now over. I would put this book in the little better than...

    This is the fourth book of the Lone Star Law Series and apparently, and because the author says so in the acknowledgments, it will be the last. Since the first book, the plot has been developed and new characters have been appearing, so if they are not read consecutively it is not poss...

    This is the forth and final book of an on going series and I admit I enjoyed them all. Yes, I would advise you to read them in order. Reason being is that although the main story changes there are some story lines that continue throughout the books. I feel that the story line and ch...

    This is the fourth and final installment in Taite?s Lone Star Law Series and it?s a good one. Tanner Cohen walks into a briefing one morning find herself being hauled over the coals for her part in Razor?s (the Zetas enforcer) confession by none other than her ex of ten years pre...

    This is the fourth and last book of the 'Lone Star Law' series. According to the author, she's been inspired by watching the tv series Dallas and decided to write something similar but with lesbian main characters. There are loads of plots, subplots and several different characters in ...

    Outside the Law (Lone Star Law Series #4) by Carsen Taite I think this book is a fabulous closing to the Lone Star Law Series. I think Taite improved the series with each book and this one being the best overall. This book felt more romance than crime. Which I cannot say about the o...

    So, I know this book is set in Texas, written by a Texan and I'm from a neutral European country where the cops aren't armed but who on earth thought it was a good idea to have anyone who looked at the cover staring down the barrel of a gun? Come on! This book is part four of the "Lone...

    Tanner Cohen and Sydney Braswell had the perfect college romance, future plans and ideal partnership? except that what Sydney had planned wasn?t precisely what Tanner wanted, and while Syd didn?t listen, Tanner didn?t really make her. Years later they are forced to work toge...

    This was a good book in a good series. I consider myself a Carsen Taite fan and have read allot of her books; this one was another great read. I loved that this books tied up allot of lose ends and that it brought romance to Tanner; one of my favourite characters of the series. I m...

    Carsen Taite is quickly becoming one of my favourite authors after I recently discovered her books. This is the fourth and final book in the Lone Star Law Series. Each book follows a different couple, but there is a crime story that flows through all four books. I highly recommend read...

    This is the final book in the Lone Star Law series by Taite. The first three are Lay Down the Law, Above the Law and Letter of the Law. Although each book contains a different romance, the characters run through all four books, and the major crime plot advances throughout the series. S...

    Free download for Netgalley in exchange for an honest review Law school sweethearts Tanner Cohen and Sydney Braswell are now assigned to the same task force. Tanner Cohen FBI Agent and Sydney Braswell as a special prosecutor. Outside The Law is Book 4 and the final book in the Lon...

    The fourth - and final - book in Carsen Taite's Lone Star Law Series is as good as the other three. No real surprise as Ms Taite is a master of the legal thriller. Here we meet the gang from the earlier books plus a new character - Sydney. She has been brought in to add some external c...

    This is the fourth and final book in Carsen's ? Lone Star Law? series?. This time the main story is focused on Tanner Cohen and Sydney Braswell. The federal task force in charge of bringing an end to a crime family involved in smuggling drugs is made up with the friends and colle...

    This has been a great series where I have enjoyed the ride. I have always felt there was a lot going on in these books and it always takes me a bit of time to remember all the details from the previous books. I liked the romance between the two characters that we focused on in this boo...

    So I came into this series in book four, but it was actually fairly easy to catch on to all the characters. The main characters in this installment were a bit frustrating. There were a lot of misconceptions and while we could see the growth of Sydney it would have been a bit nice to se...

    Exciting and absorbing! With pain in my heart I must say goodbye to all these strong and very capable women. This was the last one and it leads to an astonishing conclusion and in one for me, unexpected direction. I loved the detailed examination of the case/cases and how they use...

    I rec'd an ARC from NetGalley/Bold Strokes Books for an honest review. This book is the 4th in the Lone Star Series. Tanner (FBI Agent) and Sydney (spec. prosecutor) are the leads in this legal thriller/romance that has courtroom drama, angst and just the right amount of sex to carry ...

    Outside the Law is the 4th and final book in the Lone Star Series. I have enjoyed all the preceding books and was looking forward to reading this one. The series deals with a task force of women who are trying to bring the murderers/drug lords to justice following an on-going crime. ...

    Another hit. Well all I can say is I never seen that coming. I thought I knew who the bad guy was. If you love mysteries this the series for you. The characters are believable and I found myself wishing I had friends like them. It was definitely a happy ending. I definitely recomme...

    I love the book and the conclusion of the series. Carsen Taite does a great job of creating characters that you can get to know and appreciate what they go through. Her story telling draws you in to the world she has developed through her words. Great read. ...

    This book was okay. I thought it was. Little too long for the story they were telling. I feel like a lot of the characters were pushed to the side, like we never got Mary?s Story. I thought the idea of Tanner having an ex that came back was good and it let me fill in a square on my l...

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  • Bonnie
    May 22, 2018

    'NetGalley ARC provided by The Publisher in exchange for a honest review' 4.5stars! Carsen Taite's new book/series featuring lead FBI agent Tanner Cohen and the rest of her cohort from the previous series are utterly riveting and masterfully drawn. Her latest thriller which rehashe...

    3.5 Stars. This is the fourth and final book in the Lone Star Law series. I?m a big Carsen Taite fan, but I have to be honest this series wasn?t my favorite. But all four books were decent and I am a little sad the series is now over. I would put this book in the little better than...

    This is the fourth book of the Lone Star Law Series and apparently, and because the author says so in the acknowledgments, it will be the last. Since the first book, the plot has been developed and new characters have been appearing, so if they are not read consecutively it is not poss...

    This is the forth and final book of an on going series and I admit I enjoyed them all. Yes, I would advise you to read them in order. Reason being is that although the main story changes there are some story lines that continue throughout the books. I feel that the story line and ch...

    This is the fourth and final installment in Taite?s Lone Star Law Series and it?s a good one. Tanner Cohen walks into a briefing one morning find herself being hauled over the coals for her part in Razor?s (the Zetas enforcer) confession by none other than her ex of ten years pre...

    This is the fourth and last book of the 'Lone Star Law' series. According to the author, she's been inspired by watching the tv series Dallas and decided to write something similar but with lesbian main characters. There are loads of plots, subplots and several different characters in ...

    Outside the Law (Lone Star Law Series #4) by Carsen Taite I think this book is a fabulous closing to the Lone Star Law Series. I think Taite improved the series with each book and this one being the best overall. This book felt more romance than crime. Which I cannot say about the o...

    So, I know this book is set in Texas, written by a Texan and I'm from a neutral European country where the cops aren't armed but who on earth thought it was a good idea to have anyone who looked at the cover staring down the barrel of a gun? Come on! This book is part four of the "Lone...

    Tanner Cohen and Sydney Braswell had the perfect college romance, future plans and ideal partnership? except that what Sydney had planned wasn?t precisely what Tanner wanted, and while Syd didn?t listen, Tanner didn?t really make her. Years later they are forced to work toge...

    This was a good book in a good series. I consider myself a Carsen Taite fan and have read allot of her books; this one was another great read. I loved that this books tied up allot of lose ends and that it brought romance to Tanner; one of my favourite characters of the series. I m...

    Carsen Taite is quickly becoming one of my favourite authors after I recently discovered her books. This is the fourth and final book in the Lone Star Law Series. Each book follows a different couple, but there is a crime story that flows through all four books. I highly recommend read...

    This is the final book in the Lone Star Law series by Taite. The first three are Lay Down the Law, Above the Law and Letter of the Law. Although each book contains a different romance, the characters run through all four books, and the major crime plot advances throughout the series. S...

    Free download for Netgalley in exchange for an honest review Law school sweethearts Tanner Cohen and Sydney Braswell are now assigned to the same task force. Tanner Cohen FBI Agent and Sydney Braswell as a special prosecutor. Outside The Law is Book 4 and the final book in the Lon...

    The fourth - and final - book in Carsen Taite's Lone Star Law Series is as good as the other three. No real surprise as Ms Taite is a master of the legal thriller. Here we meet the gang from the earlier books plus a new character - Sydney. She has been brought in to add some external c...

    This is the fourth and final book in Carsen's ? Lone Star Law? series?. This time the main story is focused on Tanner Cohen and Sydney Braswell. The federal task force in charge of bringing an end to a crime family involved in smuggling drugs is made up with the friends and colle...

  • Jane Shambler
    Jun 13, 2018

    'NetGalley ARC provided by The Publisher in exchange for a honest review' 4.5stars! Carsen Taite's new book/series featuring lead FBI agent Tanner Cohen and the rest of her cohort from the previous series are utterly riveting and masterfully drawn. Her latest thriller which rehashe...

    3.5 Stars. This is the fourth and final book in the Lone Star Law series. I?m a big Carsen Taite fan, but I have to be honest this series wasn?t my favorite. But all four books were decent and I am a little sad the series is now over. I would put this book in the little better than...

    This is the fourth book of the Lone Star Law Series and apparently, and because the author says so in the acknowledgments, it will be the last. Since the first book, the plot has been developed and new characters have been appearing, so if they are not read consecutively it is not poss...

    This is the forth and final book of an on going series and I admit I enjoyed them all. Yes, I would advise you to read them in order. Reason being is that although the main story changes there are some story lines that continue throughout the books. I feel that the story line and ch...

  • Tiff
    Apr 13, 2018

    'NetGalley ARC provided by The Publisher in exchange for a honest review' 4.5stars! Carsen Taite's new book/series featuring lead FBI agent Tanner Cohen and the rest of her cohort from the previous series are utterly riveting and masterfully drawn. Her latest thriller which rehashe...

    3.5 Stars. This is the fourth and final book in the Lone Star Law series. I?m a big Carsen Taite fan, but I have to be honest this series wasn?t my favorite. But all four books were decent and I am a little sad the series is now over. I would put this book in the little better than...

    This is the fourth book of the Lone Star Law Series and apparently, and because the author says so in the acknowledgments, it will be the last. Since the first book, the plot has been developed and new characters have been appearing, so if they are not read consecutively it is not poss...

    This is the forth and final book of an on going series and I admit I enjoyed them all. Yes, I would advise you to read them in order. Reason being is that although the main story changes there are some story lines that continue throughout the books. I feel that the story line and ch...

    This is the fourth and final installment in Taite?s Lone Star Law Series and it?s a good one. Tanner Cohen walks into a briefing one morning find herself being hauled over the coals for her part in Razor?s (the Zetas enforcer) confession by none other than her ex of ten years pre...

    This is the fourth and last book of the 'Lone Star Law' series. According to the author, she's been inspired by watching the tv series Dallas and decided to write something similar but with lesbian main characters. There are loads of plots, subplots and several different characters in ...

    Outside the Law (Lone Star Law Series #4) by Carsen Taite I think this book is a fabulous closing to the Lone Star Law Series. I think Taite improved the series with each book and this one being the best overall. This book felt more romance than crime. Which I cannot say about the o...

  • Lex Kent
    Apr 18, 2018

    'NetGalley ARC provided by The Publisher in exchange for a honest review' 4.5stars! Carsen Taite's new book/series featuring lead FBI agent Tanner Cohen and the rest of her cohort from the previous series are utterly riveting and masterfully drawn. Her latest thriller which rehashe...

    3.5 Stars. This is the fourth and final book in the Lone Star Law series. I?m a big Carsen Taite fan, but I have to be honest this series wasn?t my favorite. But all four books were decent and I am a little sad the series is now over. I would put this book in the little better than...

  • Aj Smith
    Apr 03, 2018

    'NetGalley ARC provided by The Publisher in exchange for a honest review' 4.5stars! Carsen Taite's new book/series featuring lead FBI agent Tanner Cohen and the rest of her cohort from the previous series are utterly riveting and masterfully drawn. Her latest thriller which rehashe...

    3.5 Stars. This is the fourth and final book in the Lone Star Law series. I?m a big Carsen Taite fan, but I have to be honest this series wasn?t my favorite. But all four books were decent and I am a little sad the series is now over. I would put this book in the little better than...

    This is the fourth book of the Lone Star Law Series and apparently, and because the author says so in the acknowledgments, it will be the last. Since the first book, the plot has been developed and new characters have been appearing, so if they are not read consecutively it is not poss...

    This is the forth and final book of an on going series and I admit I enjoyed them all. Yes, I would advise you to read them in order. Reason being is that although the main story changes there are some story lines that continue throughout the books. I feel that the story line and ch...

    This is the fourth and final installment in Taite?s Lone Star Law Series and it?s a good one. Tanner Cohen walks into a briefing one morning find herself being hauled over the coals for her part in Razor?s (the Zetas enforcer) confession by none other than her ex of ten years pre...

    This is the fourth and last book of the 'Lone Star Law' series. According to the author, she's been inspired by watching the tv series Dallas and decided to write something similar but with lesbian main characters. There are loads of plots, subplots and several different characters in ...

    Outside the Law (Lone Star Law Series #4) by Carsen Taite I think this book is a fabulous closing to the Lone Star Law Series. I think Taite improved the series with each book and this one being the best overall. This book felt more romance than crime. Which I cannot say about the o...

    So, I know this book is set in Texas, written by a Texan and I'm from a neutral European country where the cops aren't armed but who on earth thought it was a good idea to have anyone who looked at the cover staring down the barrel of a gun? Come on! This book is part four of the "Lone...

  • Jasmine
    Apr 30, 2018

    'NetGalley ARC provided by The Publisher in exchange for a honest review' 4.5stars! Carsen Taite's new book/series featuring lead FBI agent Tanner Cohen and the rest of her cohort from the previous series are utterly riveting and masterfully drawn. Her latest thriller which rehashe...

    3.5 Stars. This is the fourth and final book in the Lone Star Law series. I?m a big Carsen Taite fan, but I have to be honest this series wasn?t my favorite. But all four books were decent and I am a little sad the series is now over. I would put this book in the little better than...

    This is the fourth book of the Lone Star Law Series and apparently, and because the author says so in the acknowledgments, it will be the last. Since the first book, the plot has been developed and new characters have been appearing, so if they are not read consecutively it is not poss...

    This is the forth and final book of an on going series and I admit I enjoyed them all. Yes, I would advise you to read them in order. Reason being is that although the main story changes there are some story lines that continue throughout the books. I feel that the story line and ch...

    This is the fourth and final installment in Taite?s Lone Star Law Series and it?s a good one. Tanner Cohen walks into a briefing one morning find herself being hauled over the coals for her part in Razor?s (the Zetas enforcer) confession by none other than her ex of ten years pre...

    This is the fourth and last book of the 'Lone Star Law' series. According to the author, she's been inspired by watching the tv series Dallas and decided to write something similar but with lesbian main characters. There are loads of plots, subplots and several different characters in ...

    Outside the Law (Lone Star Law Series #4) by Carsen Taite I think this book is a fabulous closing to the Lone Star Law Series. I think Taite improved the series with each book and this one being the best overall. This book felt more romance than crime. Which I cannot say about the o...

    So, I know this book is set in Texas, written by a Texan and I'm from a neutral European country where the cops aren't armed but who on earth thought it was a good idea to have anyone who looked at the cover staring down the barrel of a gun? Come on! This book is part four of the "Lone...

    Tanner Cohen and Sydney Braswell had the perfect college romance, future plans and ideal partnership? except that what Sydney had planned wasn?t precisely what Tanner wanted, and while Syd didn?t listen, Tanner didn?t really make her. Years later they are forced to work toge...

    This was a good book in a good series. I consider myself a Carsen Taite fan and have read allot of her books; this one was another great read. I loved that this books tied up allot of lose ends and that it brought romance to Tanner; one of my favourite characters of the series. I m...

    Carsen Taite is quickly becoming one of my favourite authors after I recently discovered her books. This is the fourth and final book in the Lone Star Law Series. Each book follows a different couple, but there is a crime story that flows through all four books. I highly recommend read...

  • Ban Chengy
    Jun 18, 2018

    'NetGalley ARC provided by The Publisher in exchange for a honest review' 4.5stars! Carsen Taite's new book/series featuring lead FBI agent Tanner Cohen and the rest of her cohort from the previous series are utterly riveting and masterfully drawn. Her latest thriller which rehashe...

    3.5 Stars. This is the fourth and final book in the Lone Star Law series. I?m a big Carsen Taite fan, but I have to be honest this series wasn?t my favorite. But all four books were decent and I am a little sad the series is now over. I would put this book in the little better than...

    This is the fourth book of the Lone Star Law Series and apparently, and because the author says so in the acknowledgments, it will be the last. Since the first book, the plot has been developed and new characters have been appearing, so if they are not read consecutively it is not poss...

    This is the forth and final book of an on going series and I admit I enjoyed them all. Yes, I would advise you to read them in order. Reason being is that although the main story changes there are some story lines that continue throughout the books. I feel that the story line and ch...

    This is the fourth and final installment in Taite?s Lone Star Law Series and it?s a good one. Tanner Cohen walks into a briefing one morning find herself being hauled over the coals for her part in Razor?s (the Zetas enforcer) confession by none other than her ex of ten years pre...

    This is the fourth and last book of the 'Lone Star Law' series. According to the author, she's been inspired by watching the tv series Dallas and decided to write something similar but with lesbian main characters. There are loads of plots, subplots and several different characters in ...

    Outside the Law (Lone Star Law Series #4) by Carsen Taite I think this book is a fabulous closing to the Lone Star Law Series. I think Taite improved the series with each book and this one being the best overall. This book felt more romance than crime. Which I cannot say about the o...

    So, I know this book is set in Texas, written by a Texan and I'm from a neutral European country where the cops aren't armed but who on earth thought it was a good idea to have anyone who looked at the cover staring down the barrel of a gun? Come on! This book is part four of the "Lone...

    Tanner Cohen and Sydney Braswell had the perfect college romance, future plans and ideal partnership? except that what Sydney had planned wasn?t precisely what Tanner wanted, and while Syd didn?t listen, Tanner didn?t really make her. Years later they are forced to work toge...

    This was a good book in a good series. I consider myself a Carsen Taite fan and have read allot of her books; this one was another great read. I loved that this books tied up allot of lose ends and that it brought romance to Tanner; one of my favourite characters of the series. I m...

    Carsen Taite is quickly becoming one of my favourite authors after I recently discovered her books. This is the fourth and final book in the Lone Star Law Series. Each book follows a different couple, but there is a crime story that flows through all four books. I highly recommend read...

    This is the final book in the Lone Star Law series by Taite. The first three are Lay Down the Law, Above the Law and Letter of the Law. Although each book contains a different romance, the characters run through all four books, and the major crime plot advances throughout the series. S...

    Free download for Netgalley in exchange for an honest review Law school sweethearts Tanner Cohen and Sydney Braswell are now assigned to the same task force. Tanner Cohen FBI Agent and Sydney Braswell as a special prosecutor. Outside The Law is Book 4 and the final book in the Lon...

    The fourth - and final - book in Carsen Taite's Lone Star Law Series is as good as the other three. No real surprise as Ms Taite is a master of the legal thriller. Here we meet the gang from the earlier books plus a new character - Sydney. She has been brought in to add some external c...

    This is the fourth and final book in Carsen's ? Lone Star Law? series?. This time the main story is focused on Tanner Cohen and Sydney Braswell. The federal task force in charge of bringing an end to a crime family involved in smuggling drugs is made up with the friends and colle...

    This has been a great series where I have enjoyed the ride. I have always felt there was a lot going on in these books and it always takes me a bit of time to remember all the details from the previous books. I liked the romance between the two characters that we focused on in this boo...

    So I came into this series in book four, but it was actually fairly easy to catch on to all the characters. The main characters in this installment were a bit frustrating. There were a lot of misconceptions and while we could see the growth of Sydney it would have been a bit nice to se...

    Exciting and absorbing! With pain in my heart I must say goodbye to all these strong and very capable women. This was the last one and it leads to an astonishing conclusion and in one for me, unexpected direction. I loved the detailed examination of the case/cases and how they use...

    I rec'd an ARC from NetGalley/Bold Strokes Books for an honest review. This book is the 4th in the Lone Star Series. Tanner (FBI Agent) and Sydney (spec. prosecutor) are the leads in this legal thriller/romance that has courtroom drama, angst and just the right amount of sex to carry ...

    Outside the Law is the 4th and final book in the Lone Star Series. I have enjoyed all the preceding books and was looking forward to reading this one. The series deals with a task force of women who are trying to bring the murderers/drug lords to justice following an on-going crime. ...

    Another hit. Well all I can say is I never seen that coming. I thought I knew who the bad guy was. If you love mysteries this the series for you. The characters are believable and I found myself wishing I had friends like them. It was definitely a happy ending. I definitely recomme...

    I love the book and the conclusion of the series. Carsen Taite does a great job of creating characters that you can get to know and appreciate what they go through. Her story telling draws you in to the world she has developed through her words. Great read. ...

    This book was okay. I thought it was. Little too long for the story they were telling. I feel like a lot of the characters were pushed to the side, like we never got Mary?s Story. I thought the idea of Tanner having an ex that came back was good and it let me fill in a square on my l...

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    I did not read the other books in this series. That said this book can be read as a stand alone. I did not feel lost that I had not read the other 3 books. The book gave background on Tanner and Syd. What took them away from each other brings them full circle. Working together to solve...

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  • Joc
    Apr 02, 2018

    'NetGalley ARC provided by The Publisher in exchange for a honest review' 4.5stars! Carsen Taite's new book/series featuring lead FBI agent Tanner Cohen and the rest of her cohort from the previous series are utterly riveting and masterfully drawn. Her latest thriller which rehashe...

    3.5 Stars. This is the fourth and final book in the Lone Star Law series. I?m a big Carsen Taite fan, but I have to be honest this series wasn?t my favorite. But all four books were decent and I am a little sad the series is now over. I would put this book in the little better than...

    This is the fourth book of the Lone Star Law Series and apparently, and because the author says so in the acknowledgments, it will be the last. Since the first book, the plot has been developed and new characters have been appearing, so if they are not read consecutively it is not poss...

    This is the forth and final book of an on going series and I admit I enjoyed them all. Yes, I would advise you to read them in order. Reason being is that although the main story changes there are some story lines that continue throughout the books. I feel that the story line and ch...

    This is the fourth and final installment in Taite?s Lone Star Law Series and it?s a good one. Tanner Cohen walks into a briefing one morning find herself being hauled over the coals for her part in Razor?s (the Zetas enforcer) confession by none other than her ex of ten years pre...

  • Woody
    May 02, 2018

    'NetGalley ARC provided by The Publisher in exchange for a honest review' 4.5stars! Carsen Taite's new book/series featuring lead FBI agent Tanner Cohen and the rest of her cohort from the previous series are utterly riveting and masterfully drawn. Her latest thriller which rehashe...

    3.5 Stars. This is the fourth and final book in the Lone Star Law series. I?m a big Carsen Taite fan, but I have to be honest this series wasn?t my favorite. But all four books were decent and I am a little sad the series is now over. I would put this book in the little better than...

    This is the fourth book of the Lone Star Law Series and apparently, and because the author says so in the acknowledgments, it will be the last. Since the first book, the plot has been developed and new characters have been appearing, so if they are not read consecutively it is not poss...

    This is the forth and final book of an on going series and I admit I enjoyed them all. Yes, I would advise you to read them in order. Reason being is that although the main story changes there are some story lines that continue throughout the books. I feel that the story line and ch...

    This is the fourth and final installment in Taite?s Lone Star Law Series and it?s a good one. Tanner Cohen walks into a briefing one morning find herself being hauled over the coals for her part in Razor?s (the Zetas enforcer) confession by none other than her ex of ten years pre...

    This is the fourth and last book of the 'Lone Star Law' series. According to the author, she's been inspired by watching the tv series Dallas and decided to write something similar but with lesbian main characters. There are loads of plots, subplots and several different characters in ...

    Outside the Law (Lone Star Law Series #4) by Carsen Taite I think this book is a fabulous closing to the Lone Star Law Series. I think Taite improved the series with each book and this one being the best overall. This book felt more romance than crime. Which I cannot say about the o...

    So, I know this book is set in Texas, written by a Texan and I'm from a neutral European country where the cops aren't armed but who on earth thought it was a good idea to have anyone who looked at the cover staring down the barrel of a gun? Come on! This book is part four of the "Lone...

    Tanner Cohen and Sydney Braswell had the perfect college romance, future plans and ideal partnership? except that what Sydney had planned wasn?t precisely what Tanner wanted, and while Syd didn?t listen, Tanner didn?t really make her. Years later they are forced to work toge...

    This was a good book in a good series. I consider myself a Carsen Taite fan and have read allot of her books; this one was another great read. I loved that this books tied up allot of lose ends and that it brought romance to Tanner; one of my favourite characters of the series. I m...

    Carsen Taite is quickly becoming one of my favourite authors after I recently discovered her books. This is the fourth and final book in the Lone Star Law Series. Each book follows a different couple, but there is a crime story that flows through all four books. I highly recommend read...

    This is the final book in the Lone Star Law series by Taite. The first three are Lay Down the Law, Above the Law and Letter of the Law. Although each book contains a different romance, the characters run through all four books, and the major crime plot advances throughout the series. S...

    Free download for Netgalley in exchange for an honest review Law school sweethearts Tanner Cohen and Sydney Braswell are now assigned to the same task force. Tanner Cohen FBI Agent and Sydney Braswell as a special prosecutor. Outside The Law is Book 4 and the final book in the Lon...

  • Melissa B
    May 16, 2018

    'NetGalley ARC provided by The Publisher in exchange for a honest review' 4.5stars! Carsen Taite's new book/series featuring lead FBI agent Tanner Cohen and the rest of her cohort from the previous series are utterly riveting and masterfully drawn. Her latest thriller which rehashe...

    3.5 Stars. This is the fourth and final book in the Lone Star Law series. I?m a big Carsen Taite fan, but I have to be honest this series wasn?t my favorite. But all four books were decent and I am a little sad the series is now over. I would put this book in the little better than...

    This is the fourth book of the Lone Star Law Series and apparently, and because the author says so in the acknowledgments, it will be the last. Since the first book, the plot has been developed and new characters have been appearing, so if they are not read consecutively it is not poss...

    This is the forth and final book of an on going series and I admit I enjoyed them all. Yes, I would advise you to read them in order. Reason being is that although the main story changes there are some story lines that continue throughout the books. I feel that the story line and ch...

    This is the fourth and final installment in Taite?s Lone Star Law Series and it?s a good one. Tanner Cohen walks into a briefing one morning find herself being hauled over the coals for her part in Razor?s (the Zetas enforcer) confession by none other than her ex of ten years pre...

    This is the fourth and last book of the 'Lone Star Law' series. According to the author, she's been inspired by watching the tv series Dallas and decided to write something similar but with lesbian main characters. There are loads of plots, subplots and several different characters in ...

    Outside the Law (Lone Star Law Series #4) by Carsen Taite I think this book is a fabulous closing to the Lone Star Law Series. I think Taite improved the series with each book and this one being the best overall. This book felt more romance than crime. Which I cannot say about the o...

    So, I know this book is set in Texas, written by a Texan and I'm from a neutral European country where the cops aren't armed but who on earth thought it was a good idea to have anyone who looked at the cover staring down the barrel of a gun? Come on! This book is part four of the "Lone...

    Tanner Cohen and Sydney Braswell had the perfect college romance, future plans and ideal partnership? except that what Sydney had planned wasn?t precisely what Tanner wanted, and while Syd didn?t listen, Tanner didn?t really make her. Years later they are forced to work toge...

    This was a good book in a good series. I consider myself a Carsen Taite fan and have read allot of her books; this one was another great read. I loved that this books tied up allot of lose ends and that it brought romance to Tanner; one of my favourite characters of the series. I m...

    Carsen Taite is quickly becoming one of my favourite authors after I recently discovered her books. This is the fourth and final book in the Lone Star Law Series. Each book follows a different couple, but there is a crime story that flows through all four books. I highly recommend read...

    This is the final book in the Lone Star Law series by Taite. The first three are Lay Down the Law, Above the Law and Letter of the Law. Although each book contains a different romance, the characters run through all four books, and the major crime plot advances throughout the series. S...

    Free download for Netgalley in exchange for an honest review Law school sweethearts Tanner Cohen and Sydney Braswell are now assigned to the same task force. Tanner Cohen FBI Agent and Sydney Braswell as a special prosecutor. Outside The Law is Book 4 and the final book in the Lon...

    The fourth - and final - book in Carsen Taite's Lone Star Law Series is as good as the other three. No real surprise as Ms Taite is a master of the legal thriller. Here we meet the gang from the earlier books plus a new character - Sydney. She has been brought in to add some external c...

    This is the fourth and final book in Carsen's ? Lone Star Law? series?. This time the main story is focused on Tanner Cohen and Sydney Braswell. The federal task force in charge of bringing an end to a crime family involved in smuggling drugs is made up with the friends and colle...

    This has been a great series where I have enjoyed the ride. I have always felt there was a lot going on in these books and it always takes me a bit of time to remember all the details from the previous books. I liked the romance between the two characters that we focused on in this boo...

    So I came into this series in book four, but it was actually fairly easy to catch on to all the characters. The main characters in this installment were a bit frustrating. There were a lot of misconceptions and while we could see the growth of Sydney it would have been a bit nice to se...

    Exciting and absorbing! With pain in my heart I must say goodbye to all these strong and very capable women. This was the last one and it leads to an astonishing conclusion and in one for me, unexpected direction. I loved the detailed examination of the case/cases and how they use...

    I rec'd an ARC from NetGalley/Bold Strokes Books for an honest review. This book is the 4th in the Lone Star Series. Tanner (FBI Agent) and Sydney (spec. prosecutor) are the leads in this legal thriller/romance that has courtroom drama, angst and just the right amount of sex to carry ...

    Outside the Law is the 4th and final book in the Lone Star Series. I have enjoyed all the preceding books and was looking forward to reading this one. The series deals with a task force of women who are trying to bring the murderers/drug lords to justice following an on-going crime. ...

    Another hit. Well all I can say is I never seen that coming. I thought I knew who the bad guy was. If you love mysteries this the series for you. The characters are believable and I found myself wishing I had friends like them. It was definitely a happy ending. I definitely recomme...

    I love the book and the conclusion of the series. Carsen Taite does a great job of creating characters that you can get to know and appreciate what they go through. Her story telling draws you in to the world she has developed through her words. Great read. ...