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Discover the Secrets and Surprises of Sheriff and the Outlaw by Ryan Field - A Steamy and Suspenseful Western Romance - FREE Excerpt Included

FREE Excerpt New Release: Sheriff and the Outlaw by Ryan Field

If you are looking for a thrilling and romantic western adventure, you will love the new release by Ryan Field, Sheriff and the Outlaw. This book is a standalone novel that follows the lives of two men who are on opposite sides of the law, but who share a powerful attraction that neither can deny. In this article, you will find out more about the book, the author, and why you should read it. You will also get a free excerpt from the first two chapters of the book, so you can get a taste of the action and the romance.

FREE Excerpt New Release: Sheriff and the Outlaw by Ryan Field


What is the book about?

Sheriff and the Outlaw is a historical western romance that takes place in 1876, in a small town called Dry Gulch in Texas. The book tells the story of Sheriff Wade Malloy, a handsome and honorable lawman who is determined to keep his town safe from outlaws and bandits. He has a reputation for being tough and fair, but he also has a secret that he keeps hidden from everyone: he is gay.

One day, he meets Jesse Andale, a charming and charismatic outlaw who robs banks and trains with his gang of misfits. Jesse is also gay, but he doesn't care what anyone thinks of him. He lives by his own rules and enjoys his freedom and his adventures. He is not afraid of anything or anyone, except for his feelings for Wade.

When Wade and Jesse cross paths, they feel an instant connection that shocks and confuses them. They know they are enemies, but they also can't resist each other. They start a dangerous and passionate affair that puts their lives at risk. Will they be able to overcome their differences and find happiness together? Or will they be torn apart by their loyalty to their own sides?

Who is Ryan Field?

Ryan Field is a bestselling author of gay romance novels and short stories. He has written over 100 books in various genres, including contemporary, historical, paranormal, and erotic. He is known for his engaging characters, witty dialogue, steamy scenes, and happy endings.

Ryan Field started writing when he was a teenager, inspired by his love for books and movies. He has a degree in English and journalism, and he worked as an editor and a freelance writer before becoming a full-time author. He lives in New York with his husband and their two dogs.

Why should you read this book?

If you are a fan of gay romance, you will love Sheriff and the Outlaw. This book has everything you need for an entertaining and satisfying read: action, suspense, humor, drama, and romance. You will be hooked by the plot, the setting, the characters, and the chemistry between Wade and Jesse.

This book is also a great choice if you enjoy westerns or historical fiction. You will be transported to a different time and place, where you will experience the challenges and the joys of living in the wild west. You will learn about the history, the culture, the customs, and the laws of that era.

Finally, this book is a wonderful example of how love can transcend boundaries and prejudices. You will witness how Wade and Jesse overcome their fears and doubts, and how they grow as individuals and as a couple. You will root for them as they face their enemies and their obstacles, and you will cheer for them as they find their happy ending.

FREE Excerpt

Chapter One

Setting the scene

It was a hot and dusty day in Dry Gulch, Texas. The sun was beating down on the wooden buildings and the dirt roads, making the air feel heavy and stifling. The town was quiet, except for the occasional sound of a horse's hooves or a wagon's wheels. Most people were indoors, trying to escape the heat and the boredom.

Wade Malloy was one of the few people who were outside. He was the sheriff of Dry Gulch, and he took his job seriously. He was patrolling the town, making sure everything was in order and everyone was safe. He wore a brown hat, a beige shirt, a leather vest, blue jeans, and boots. He had a badge on his chest, a gun on his hip, and a rifle on his shoulder. He was tall and muscular, with dark hair, blue eyes, and a stubbled jaw. He looked like a typical western hero, but he had a secret that made him different from most men.

Introducing the main characters

Wade was gay. He had known it since he was a boy, but he had never told anyone. He knew it was dangerous and unacceptable to be gay in his time and place. He had seen what happened to men like him: they were shunned, beaten, or killed. He didn't want that to happen to him, so he hid his true self from the world. He pretended to be straight, dated women occasionally, and never acted on his desires for men.

He was lonely and unhappy, but he didn't know any other way to live. He focused on his work, hoping to find some meaning and purpose in his life. He was respected and admired by the people of Dry Gulch, who saw him as a brave and honest man. They trusted him to protect them from any trouble that might come their way.

And trouble did come their way often. Dry Gulch was a small town near the border with Mexico, and it attracted all kinds of outlaws and bandits who wanted to rob or cause havoc. Wade had to deal with them regularly, sometimes alone, sometimes with the help of his deputy, Hank Jones. Hank was a young and eager man who looked up to Wade as his mentor and friend. He was loyal and reliable, but he also had a secret that Wade didn't know: he was in love with him.

The first encounter

As Wade was walking along the main street of Dry Gulch, he heard a loud noise coming from the bank. He turned his head and saw smoke coming out of the windows. He heard gunshots and screams. He realized that someone was robbing the bank.

He ran towards the bank, grabbing his gun and his rifle. He saw four men wearing masks and carrying bags of money coming out of the bank. They were shooting at anyone who tried to stop them. They had horses waiting for them outside.

Wade shouted at them to stop and surrender. He aimed his rifle at them and fired. He hit one of them in the leg, making him fall off his horse. The other three mounted their horses and tried to escape.

Wade ran after them, firing again. He hit another one in the arm, making him drop his bag of money. The other two kept riding away.

Wade got on his own horse and chased them. He saw that one of them was wearing a red bandana around his neck. He recognized him as Jesse Andale, the leader of the Andale Gang.

The Andale Gang was one of the most notorious gangs in Texas. They had been robbing banks and trains for years, always escaping from the law. They were wanted by several sheriffs and bounty hunters, who offered large rewards for their capture or death.

Chapter Two

The chase begins

Wade followed Jesse and his remaining partner as they rode towards the hills. He was determined to catch them and bring them to justice. He knew it was his duty as a sheriff, and he also wanted to prove himself as a man.

He didn't know why, but he felt a strange attraction to Jesse. He had never felt that way about another man before. He tried to ignore it and focus on his mission, but he couldn't help but notice how Jesse moved on his horse, how he handled his gun, how he looked at him with a defiant and playful gaze.

Jesse also felt something for Wade. He had seen him before in the town, and he had been intrigued by him. He had sensed that Wade was different from other men, that he had a secret that made him lonely and unhappy. He had wanted to talk to him, to get to know him better, to make him smile.

But he also knew that Wade was his enemy, and that he had to escape from him. He didn't want to kill him, but he also didn't want to be caught by him. He wanted to be free and live by his own rules. He enjoyed his life as an outlaw, and he didn't want to change it.

The tension rises

The chase lasted for several minutes, with Wade getting closer and closer to Jesse and his partner. They exchanged shots and insults, trying to intimidate each other. They dodged rocks and trees, trying to avoid obstacles. They pushed their horses to the limit, trying to gain speed.

Finally, Wade managed to catch up with Jesse's partner and shoot him in the chest. He fell off his horse and landed on the ground, dead. Wade felt a pang of regret, but he also felt a sense of accomplishment. He had eliminated one of the outlaws, and he was one step closer to catching Jesse.

Jesse saw his partner fall and felt a surge of anger and sadness. He had known him for a long time, and he had considered him a friend. He cursed Wade and vowed to avenge him. He turned his horse around and faced Wade.

The unexpected twist

Wade expected Jesse to run away or shoot at him. But instead, Jesse did something that surprised him: he smiled at him.

He smiled at him with a genuine and warm smile that reached his eyes. He looked at him with admiration and curiosity. He spoke to him with a soft and friendly voice.

"You're good, sheriff. You're very good. You're the best I've ever seen."

Wade was stunned by Jesse's words and expression. He didn't know how to react or what to say. He lowered his gun slightly and stared at him.

"What are you doing? Why are you smiling? Don't you know I'm going to arrest you or kill you?"

Jesse shrugged and kept smiling.

"Maybe you will, maybe you won't. But I don't care right now. I just want to tell you something."


Jesse leaned forward on his horse and whispered in Wade's ear.

"I want you."


How to get the full book

If you want to find out what happens next between Wade and Jesse, you will have to get the full book. Sheriff and the Outlaw is available on Amazon as an ebook or a paperback. You can also read it for free if you have Kindle Unlimited.

To get the book, just click on this link:

What to expect from the rest of the story

Sheriff and the Outlaw is a thrilling and romantic western adventure that will keep you on the edge of your seat until the end. You will follow Wade and Jesse as they explore their feelings for each other, face their enemies, and make difficult choices.

You will also meet other interesting characters, such as Molly Brown, a feisty saloon girl who has a crush on Wade; Sam Jones, a grumpy old farmer who has a secret of his own; and Pedro Sanchez, a ruthless Mexican bandit who wants to kill Jesse.

You will enjoy the action, the suspense, the humor, the drama, and the romance of this book. You will laugh, cry, gasp, and swoon as you read it. You will fall in love with Wade and Jesse, and you will root for them to find their happy ending.

Other books by Ryan Field

If you like Sheriff and the Outlaw, you will also like other books by Ryan Field. He has written over 100 books in various genres, including contemporary, historical, paranormal, and erotic. Here are some of his most popular books:




An Officer and His Gentleman


A sweet and sexy romance between a young man who inherits a fortune and a handsome officer who rescues him from his abusive relatives.

The Ghost and Mr. Moore


A spooky and funny romance between a famous actor who moves into a haunted house and a ghost who falls in love with him.

The Rainbow Detective Agency: The Wedding


A thrilling and romantic mystery involving a gay detective agency that has to solve a murder case during a gay wedding.

The Computer Tutor


A steamy and kinky romance between a shy computer tutor and a dominant billionaire who hires him to teach him how to use a laptop.

The Gladiator's Boyfriend


A passionate and adventurous romance between a young slave who becomes a gladiator and a nobleman who buys him as his lover.

To see more books by Ryan Field, visit his website:


Here are some frequently asked questions about Sheriff and the Outlaw:

  • Is this book based on a true story?

No, this book is not based on a true story. It is a fictional work of imagination.

  • Is this book part of a series?

No, this book is not part of a series. It is a standalone novel that can be read independently.

  • Is this book suitable for all ages?

No, this book is not suitable for all ages. It contains explicit scenes of violence and sex that may not be appropriate for younger or sensitive readers.

  • How long is this book?

This book is about 250 pages long. It can be read in one sitting or in several sessions.

  • How can I contact the author?

You can contact the author by visiting his website: or by following him on social media: 71b2f0854b


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