Reckless Love

Reckless Love No one who roamed the steep green mountains and red rock canyons of Utah Territory was safe from El Cascabel and his renegade warriors not Janna Wayland not the wild stallion Lucifer not even Ty MacK

  • Title: Reckless Love
  • Author: Elizabeth Lowell
  • ISBN: 9780727883162
  • Page: 200
  • Format: Hardcover
  • No one who roamed the steep green mountains and red rock canyons of Utah Territory was safe from El Cascabel and his renegade warriors not Janna Wayland, not the wild stallion Lucifer not even Ty MacKenzie, the stranger who had come for the stallion, and stayed to capture Janna s heart.Now all three must join forces and make their escape, or die trying.

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    • Elizabeth Lowell

      Individually and with co author husband Evan, Ann Maxwell has written over 60 novels and one work of non fiction There are 30 million copies of these books in print, as well as reprints in 30 foreign languages Her novels range from science fiction to historical fiction, from romance to mystery After working in contemporary and historical romance, she became an innovator in the genre of romantic suspense.In 1982, Ann began publishing as Elizabeth Lowell Under that name she has received numerous professional awards in the romance field, including a Lifetime Achievement award from the Romance Writers of America 1994.Since July of 1992, she has had over 30 novels on the New York Times bestseller list In 1998 she began writing suspense with a passionate twist, capturing a new audience and generation of readers Her new romance novel Perfect Touch will be available in July of 2015.To get a full list of titles as well as read excerpts from her novels, visit elizabethlowell.

    381 thoughts on “Reckless Love

    • 9/4 - Yep, cheesy as hell, 3.5. A girl (Jana) who dresses as a boy to avoid unwanted attention alone in the mountains, a guy (Ty) hunting a mythically strong (or something) mustang for his breeding capabilities (the horse is also being chased by random other men and a band of rebel Native Americans for the monetary value of his future foals) and one of the mustang's mares who despite being wild has been partially tamed by the girl (enough to allow riding).Lowell seems to have a fixation with sto [...]


    • This book is a total cheese-fest. It's kind of a catalog of romance novel tropes: the hero is rescued by a woman dressed as a boy, and so he says things he would never say to a woman and then gets creeped out when he thinks said boy is attractive; the attraction between Ty and Janna is so intense that they just can't keep their hands off each other, not even when they're being hunted down by both the US Army and Indian renegades, so they tend to do it out in the open where anyone could just walk [...]


    • I was immediately interested in the story, a girl who spent her time alone out in the desert and who knew how to take care of herself and hide from Indians, covering her tracks. And the man that was able to run the gauntlet and remain standing and strong, and able to escape. I was interested in him and his story. Janna instantly starts liking him, being affected as she takes care of him and noticing his size and everything, and when he comes awake it only gets worse. That's what I really didn't [...]


    • A woman surving in the wilderness alone for 5 years rescues & heals a hunted man. Helps him fulfil part of his dream.It's exciting, interesting exploring wilderness craft but the man is an ass. Always taking, belittling & ignoring her depth of skill. She's such a strong, capable, intelligent character I wanted her to dump him but her compassionate nature & promise wouldn't permit it.This leaving me with cautious trepidation about their HEA.


    • I can't remember when I first read this book, but while I was cleaning out my bookshelves, I decided to re-read all 4 in the MacKenzie-Blackthorn series, and then this pre-quell to that series. I'd call these books guilty pleasure reading. Lots to like, lots to dislike, all carried along by interesting plot and great descriptions of the area.


    • ebookA-/B+This is not a review--I'm just putting down my thoughts for my own future reference. Spoilers guaranteed.This book is an old comfort read for me, so I turned to it (again) this weekend when I was having trouble settling on anything else.The MacKenzie brothers have settled in the West to rebuild their fortunes after losing everything in the Civil War. One of the brothers, Ty, sets out to capture Lucifer, a famous wild stallion, in order to put him to stud. At the very point of capturing [...]


    • ***2.5 stars (rounded to 3, because horses play an important part)*** I don't know how to characterise this romance, and that because the writing is rather uneven. At times it is very enjoyable, full of energy and interesting themes and the next moment it loses momentum and starts dragging. The MCs are ok -meaning none of them is grossly inane- although the 'he wants to shag me silly but he does not love me' went on forever. Some of the dialogues were fine and some were rather embarrassing, but [...]


    • Classic Elizabeth Lowell HistoricalTHE STORY: Ty MacKenzie survived the Civil War with a dream to find a soft sweet woman to create a new family after the death and destruction of the war. As part of that dream, Ty comes to Utah to capture a dream horse to serve as the basis of his new ranch. While stalking this horse, Ty is captured by a band of renegades and is almost killed. He escapes seriously injured and is cared for by Janna Wayland. Janna has been living on her own on the land in Utah si [...]




    • "Contempló su cabello castaño, sus ojos que parecían pedazos del mar" "él no había cambiado, todavía era alto, fuerte, impresionante. Tenía el cabello castaño oscuro y los ojos claros con destellos dorados" "La sonrisa de Luke hizo que los latidos de su corazón se aceleraran" "Cuando él se encontraba cerca, la compostura normal de Carla se evaporaba" "Ella iluminaba todo lo que tocaba" "Perseguir algo que no desea ser atrapado puede resultar muy doloroso" "Luke no había encontrado a n [...]


    • Another book on CD from LAPL.I think my biggest complaint about this book; aside from a strong dislike of the world "silken" now, is that the rest of the books in the series are not stories of the characters in this book. Oh, I suppose they'll end up being ancestors or something but what of Case? I felt myself drawn to the cowboyof course, I was sure that was the point and the next book was hisWell, I'll read them, if I must :-), and see what the "rest of the story" isuntil then,Wow! I really wa [...]


    • I grabbed this on impulse in the library because Elizabeth Lowell has been good for a mindless, eye-rolling, cheesy romance for me in the past. I felt like turning off my brain for this kind of dumb read since I've read a few things lately that have really pulled at my emotions. I got a tiny bit of what I was expecting.This book is 25% Western Adventure/Romance, 25% descriptions of horses and 50% descriptions of the Utah terrain. I skimmed and skimmed over countless pages of plateaus, creeks, va [...]


    • The Mackenzie/Blackthorn contemporary series is my favorite collection of books in Elizabeth Lowell's backlist. I have reread them all several times, and each of them (Fire and Rain, Outlaw, Granite Man, and Warrior) remain some of my favorite series romances ever. With that being said, I felt compelled to read Reckless Love as it tells the story of Ty Mackenzie earlier generation Mackenzie. This is just not a great book. Ty thinks that Janna is a boy for the entire first portion of the book. He [...]


    • I didn't realize when I picked up this book that it would be a bodice ripper. For me the book could have been a good story IF there hadn't been repetitive and extremely juvenile sex dripping from every other paragraph. I don't find it tantalizing when there is so much sex that I get sick of it. The plot potential was there and so was the historic and the scenic. I find it much more tantalizing if there is a build up instead of moronic juvenile bodice ripping at every turn of the word. Do people [...]


    • I had a hard time rating this book. There were parts that were 4 stars and parts that were 2 stars, so I gave it a 3 star rating overall.The author was very good at setting a scene and building external tension. I thought the plot moved along nicely and if it weren't for the terribly cheesy, poorly written love scenes, I would have really enjoyed it.These words were used beyond belief: savage, ecstasy, violent, elemental, incandescent, bursting. I think a good editor would have gone a long way t [...]


    • I really enjoyed this book. One of my favorite things about the book was that when Ty said something that made Jana angry, she actually told him what he had done wrong. So many books have scenes where there is a misunderstanding and the hero or heroine never bring it up again and magically everything is resolved in the end. She actually quoted back to him some of the stupid things he said to her and he actually explained himself in a couple of spots. It was hot romance and the adventure was wild [...]


    • I really liked the strong female character Janna, she was rough, tough, smart and stood her ground. She wasn't fake and plastic like some can be. The storyline was well done in that it kept to the point, moved along fairly well, did bog down at times with too much description of landscape. Great tension and back and forth between Ty and Janna, loved the intro to the family and the other books in this series are great.


    • A good western. Janna Wayland is a strong character with a warm heart. Ty is full of himself and rich and wants a silken maiden. I loved the adventure of the west and romance between the two characters and the way Janna told Ty what she wanted. I could picture Lucifer and his band of followers as he acceptsJanna's help, love and trust. I did enjoy the book, but I did not think this was her best.


    • I had a bit of trouble getting through this book and I was glad when it was finished, but I did want to complete it.Maybe it was the cowboy thing that I didn't really enjoy, though sometimes I don't mind cowboy books but this was a lacking somewhere. I did enjoy the interaction between Janna and Tye and the sex was quite good but that was it.


    • I listened to this audio book. I read the author's Beautiful Dreamer and was hoping this book was as good. It wasn't. The plot line is an endless cliche. Rather typical 80s or early 90s romance. Not too many redeeming qualities, but for the first love scene. Wow. I thought my iPod would start smoking!


    • Heroine Janna was doing just fine on her own, until some asshole man stumbled into the wrong territory. As you can see, Janna was feeling charitable more so than me, at the moment. I guess I'm just in a mood. Asshole men. Pah.


    • I don't know that this really ties into the series (although I did read the other ones first), it definitely stands on its' own fine. I like that Janna keeps her independence throughout the book, however I was a little disappointed with the changes in her character at the very end.


    • I'm not big on historical romance, but there's some exceptions, this one was one of it!It was amazing, I loved Big Bad Men, and "pour little girl" play.


    • The historical lives of the Mackenzie family (post Civil War) have given me yet another series to read.


    • yum yum, did I love this one? Yes, the old westd a sweet girl that is taken into very good hands.A cowboyally great story and a book I would read again!


    • if you want a good easy to read romance, this is definitely it. loved this book will be reading more of this author.


    • I enjoy all of Lowell's books. There is adventure, mystery, romance and laughter. What is not to like!


    • Actually this is a DNF but one I'll try again. Ty MacKenzie's voice sounds odd to me and I can't get me mind off that fact when listening. But then, Laural Merlington runs hot and cold for me.



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