Ink Exposed - Carrie Ann Ryan

Ink Exposed

Author: Carrie Ann Ryan

  • Publication Date: 2016-11-29
  • Category: Contemporary
4.5 Score: 4.5
(From 76 Ratings)


The Montgomery Ink series continues with the brother that deserves a second chance, and the woman who has always loved him.

Alex Montgomery lost his first love and then proceeded to leave himself in the bottle. Only he and his ex-wife truly know why he fell so hard and so fast down a path he never thought he’d take. Now he’s clean, out of rehab, and learning how to be a Montgomery once again—a task that isn’t quite as easy as some of his family assumes.

Tabby Collins is an honorary Montgomery and the organizational mastermind behind Montgomery Inc., the family’s construction company. She loves her planners, friends, and a certain dark-haired man who’s never given her a second glance.

Alex is slowly re-immersing himself back into the world, but the demons he faced before aren’t out of the picture, and he’ll have to learn to rely on others to make it out whole. When Alex discovers that Tabby’s life is in danger, he not only finds a way to help her but also learns the true woman behind the soft smiles he’s always seen. Their romance won’t be an easy one, but nothing this passionate and heart-pounding ever is. 

Montgomery Ink Reading Order
Book 0.5: Ink Inspired
Book 0.6: Ink Reunited 
Book 1: Delicate Ink 
Book 1.5: Forever Ink
Book 2: Tempting Boundaries 
Book 3: Harder than Words 
Book 4: Written in Ink 
Book 5: Ink Enduring 
Book 6: Ink Exposed  (Coming Nov 29th,  2016)  
Book 6.5: Adoring Ink (Coming Jan 2017)
Book 7: Inked Expressions (June 2017)


  • 4.5 stars

    By FLCKH
    This was another exceptional book by Carrie Ann Ryan. This book not only touches on addiction but also self worth and trying to right the wrongs done in ones life. It had some very touching moments and left me wanting more. The book ended to quick for me. It also left me asking questions about what happened to the ex-wife. She was their in one chapter and gone the next. Also what ever became of the dissatisfied customer (to put it nicely)? Overall Ink Exposed was well written and I am looking forward to reading Inked Expressions.