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Anne is an accomplished author of over thirty titles. Her books can be found in Target stores and other popular online retailers. Anne grew up in a small town in central Ohio the only girl with three rowdy, older brothers. Anne now lives with her fabulous husband, two gorgeous teenage daughters, two ornery dogs and three snooty cats. Other books in the series. Three Kinds of Wicked 1 - 10 of 12 books. Books by Anne Rainey. Trivia About Reckless Exposure No trivia or quizzes yet. Quotes from Reckless Exposure.

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She whirled on him. She took one step back, then turned to sprint into the bathroom, when a pair of hands caught her and slung her over a hard muscled shoulder. What was he up to now? Most of the story is told in flashback, but done well. Also the setting is exotic and really kept me interested. The hero's love for the heroine is all consuming. Fans of Connie Brockway or Loretta Chase will love this one.

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Oct 08, Dija rated it liked it Recommended to Dija by: Katie babs. The first pages I was completely loving this. We start off in the present and Thomas Jellicoe is coming back home after being away for 15 years spying. Well in his brother's home he sees Cat Rowan, the woman he knew while he was spying in India. He's shocked but happy. Then someone tries to shoot Cat but they have no idea who. It had the kind of beginning that hooks me in immediately. However this book draaagggggeeeddd. It took me a while to get through. Part of that was Part of that was because most of the time I was reading it, it was on breaks at work but the other part was because this reading experience was frustrating.

As I was reading, I liked the present scenes, I liked the past scenes but how this book was structured just wasn't appealing and I was getting so mad every time a past scene would start and stop the momentum of the present. Most of the present scenes took place on the same day in the same hour, while the past went through at least a few weeks.

It was so frustrating that I'd put the book down for days and not want to pick it back up until the frustration and annoyance died down. Also the summary on the back mostly focuses on the present, so going into this I expected at least the majority of the stuff going on would be in the present. It's not though. Most of this book takes place in the previous 2 years when Cat and Thomas met and first knew each other. And again, while I liked both sections, at the same time not much happened in them. I wanted to love this but it didn't hit the mark. The premise is bad enough - a white English aristocrat masquerades as a Sikh, and meets the white Scottish heroine during his work spying for the British government in India.

I also have a lot of problems with a hero who's so cheerfully complicit in violent imperialism, as well as a DNF. I also have a lot of problems with a hero who's so cheerfully complicit in violent imperialism, as well as a heroine who unquestioningly accepts the same. Not terrible but like not really good either, which was doubly disappointing after The Reckless Brides' strong start.

Flashbacks were a fresh and interesting approach for a genre that can easily fall into trite routine. But like c'mon with a tanned white dude passing for Punjabi. Could the super secret government spy or his author not come up with a backstory to in some way explain mixed racial features and mannerisms. I will hope that this was a low point and continu 1.


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I will hope that this was a low point and continue on with the series. Nov 28, Rebekah rated it liked it. Jan 29, Amanda rated it it was ok Shelves: romance-romance-romance. Not my favorite Essex book. The pacing was strange, the villain was cartoonishly evil, and the whole thing of being in "exotic India" and the British spy posing as a multi-lingual Indian horse trader made me distinctly uncomfortable.

Feb 19, Meredith rated it it was ok Shelves: historical-romance , could-have-been-better. This dragged a lot in the middle. Follow the Honorable Thomas Jellicoe and Catriona Rowan,who has more than one secret to tell, as they navigate passion, secrets, a spy or two, danger, and love. Cat, nearly destroyed a mission devilishly,handsome, British spy Thomas,was on in India. One night of passion with Cat and Thomas was forever changed. Now years later, the greatest danger to both of them could very well be their hearts as well as their lives.

Their enemies have followed them back to England. Cat is disguised as governess who employer just happens to be none other than Thomas Jellicoe. The game is on Passion ignites again, after only one steamy kiss. As well as gunfire. It seems their enemies have found them and is out to collect a debt that they fell is long over due. A deliciously sexy story with suspense, mystery, with a blend of historical details as well as romance. A blend of intrigue and sexual desire. A not to miss story. I have thoroughly enjoyed this series. With its charming, engaging characters and its blend of passion and intrigue,it all comes together smoothly and is an exciting read from the first page to the last page.

A must read! Well done! I can hardly wait to see what Ms. Essex has in store for her readers next! Received for an honest review from the publisher. Feb 15, Mudpie rated it liked it. This bk is full of suspense tho. In real time the book took place over a couple of days It's a fresh way of writing but I had to get used to the time travel since I had to read on the go.

I remember I did not quite like Cassandra in William and Antigone's story I can't say I like her much more here in spite of her protectiveness of Cat. It seems a more selfish kind of caring cos she needs such a good governess as Cat for her children. I wish I could like Elizabeth Essex more but now that I've completed the trilogy I'm ready to stop reading her books. Aug 14, Cherie rated it really liked it Shelves: library. Good, solid read. The hero, Thomas, is actually two people. He is the Honorable Thomas Jellicoe brother to a viscount and son of an earl, in England. The story begins with his return home after 15 years spent in India.

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The Good, solid read. The story goes back and forth between the present and the past weaving a story of love trying to succeed against the wishes of English society in India. There are many players and many children, and a mare affectionately named Puithar sister , which embellish the story pleasurably. I liked how the relationship between the two evolved naturally but yet was palpable.

They were not wrenched apart by petty misunderstandings but by realistic circumstances. Very good. Jan 06, Jackie rated it really liked it. The twist: the male half of the romantic duo, Tanvir Singh, a Sikh horse trader, was in fact Thomas Jellicoe, younger son of an earl and spy for the British crown. Thomas never told Catriona Rowan his true identity, and when Cat disappears after being accused of arson and murder, Thomas cannot find her.

Only w 3. Only when he returns to England after years of searching does he see her again--hiding under an assumed name, right in the midst of his own family. A few too many contrivances to feel completely compelling, and Cat's last secret seems a bit tacked-on, but still, Essex's strong writing and passionate characters make this well worth the read.

Jun 21, Karin rated it it was amazing Shelves: 5-star-reads , romcon Reckless Brides Book Three. The Honorable Thomas Jellicoe finds love in the last place he would suspect - undercover in India. However, tragedy separates him from the lovely Catriona Rowan. He arrives home only to discover she has been living as Miss Anne Cates, his brother's governess.

Now they must come to grips with all that happened in the two years since the fire that separated them, because an old enemy has remerged. If you are looking for a mixture of exotic Indian lifestyles and the more r Reckless Brides Book Three. If you are looking for a mixture of exotic Indian lifestyles and the more refined British upkeep, this tale is for you. Nov 10, Terry rated it really liked it Shelves: history.

I still need to read book 4. That said, the second half of the book is much better than the first half, in my opinion.

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I am glad I stayed with it for that reason. I still wonder how easily the identity of Tanvir was assumed. Aug 24, Barbara rated it it was amazing Shelves: romance-regency , books I loved this book-and have to admit the previous two did not interest me enough to even purchase them. I think it is the setting-India-and the long-lost loves. Thomas was a spy for the Company, posing as a native horse trader for years.

Cat comes to join her aunt after her family dies. Their story, told alternatly between India and present day is wonderful. It is clear from the beginning what they mean to each other but the question remains to the end-will they be able to find a way to stay with I loved this book-and have to admit the previous two did not interest me enough to even purchase them. It is clear from the beginning what they mean to each other but the question remains to the end-will they be able to find a way to stay with each other.

Sep 17, Sheilam rated it it was amazing. The first book I've read by Elizabeth Essex, I'll be lookinf for more. Cat Rowan was in India living with relatives when she met an Indian horse trader Tanvir Singh and spent a night with him. A fire and her family's deaths the same night drove her back to England. She changed her name and became a meek governess. At a picnic she was introduced to her employer's brother, the horse trader who was really Thomas Jellicoe.

Why did she change her name. Spies, murders and attempted murder fill the boo The first book I've read by Elizabeth Essex, I'll be lookinf for more. Spies, murders and attempted murder fill the book. Apr 04, Tracy Emro rated it it was amazing. I am not a fan of "flashbacks", but it works for this story. Thomas stole my heart, he has become one of my all time favorite heroes only Varian from Love, Remember Me is ahead of him!

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His love and unwavering devotion to Cat was awesome to behold. I loved Cat too, she was so loving and giving. My heart broke for all her loss and pain. If ever a heroine deserved the love and adoration of a truly wonderful hero and in my opinion - most don't she did! I have loved every book I have read by Ms. Essex and would recommend her books to anyone. She is a gifted writer and storyteller. May 12, Claire rated it really liked it Shelves: hrthth-century , paper-book , kindle , historical-romance.

Sights, sounds, smells - Essex made it very easy to imagine yourself there. I appreciated the bits of info we got on the different cultures in the area as well. I would have liked a little more narrative in the present tense to reassure myself that Thomas and Cat will indeed live HEA, rather than the semi-abrupt end to the action that we get. May 03, Rebecca rated it it was ok Shelves: romance-historical. The writing on this one just wasn't as good as the first two.

I loved the first book, and the second was enjoyable.


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  • This one just didn't hold my attention -- probably because it kept bouncing back and forth from past to present. It also didn't really have any well-developed secondary characters to keep things interesting. There was no appearance of the past series characters except for James and Cassandra, who were more there to move the plot along than as characters.

    Aug 24, Eave Melody rated it it was ok. A man comes home to England from India to find the woman he fell in love is working, under an assumed identity, for his brother as a governess. But the bits when they are in India and he is an English masquerading as a Sikh horse trader are fine. Just fine! There's a bit of a mystery and bit of, Oh, no. I couldn't Cat , and Yes, yes, you can Thomas. Then they all live HEA. Dec 27, Maggie Hesseling rated it it was ok Shelves: romance. I usually love Elizabeth Essex novels, but this one doesn't really pick up till about two-thirds through the story.

    There's so much flash-back that I wish that it had been written in chronological order instead of hopping back and forth- with sometimes the present being no more than a few lines or paragraphs. The story itself is good, however, the style really lets it down.

    Dec 09, Melody rated it liked it.