By Elizabeth Essex
Daring, brazen, and lovely, the Reckless Brides refuse to play by means of society’s principles of courtship. But—come hell or excessive water—they continuously get their man…
A girl in Disguise
For generations, the Kents have served proudly with the British Royal army. So while her more youthful brother refuses to record for accountability, Sally Kent slips right into a uniform and takes his place—at least till he involves his senses. Boldly mountain climbing aboard the Audacious, Sally is as able-bodied as any sailor there. yet one guy is making her think tantalizingly conscious of the full-bodied girl underneath her army blues…
A guy Overboard
Dedicated to his send, sworn to his duty—and distractingly gorgeous—Lieutenant David Colyear sees via Sally’s charade, and he’s livid. yet he needs to admit she’s the easiest midshipman on board—and a girl who tempts him like no different. along with his personal secrets and techniques to conceal and his occupation at stake, Col concurs to maintain her on. yet can the fervour they cover live to tell the tale the perils of a conflict at sea? quickly, their love and devotion might be placed to the attempt
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They had always brought their secrets and sorrows to each other, shared their dreams, and gotten into trouble together. More often than their mothers realized, it was one of Sara's mischievous ideas that got the cousins into trouble, though Ross always insisted that it was his duty as the male and the elder to take the more severe punishments for their crimes. In a world that thought Lady Sara St. James was a consummate lady—boringly so—Ross was the only one permitted to see her more unruly impulses.