Editorial Reviews. Review. “Besides the extra steamy love scenes, ALL JACKED UP is filled All Jacked Up (Rough Riders Book 8) – Kindle edition by Lorelei James. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Read All Jacked Up (Rough Riders #8) online free from your iPhone, iPad, android, Pc, Mobile. All Jacked Up is a Western novel by Lorelei James. All Jacked Up. Book 8. Overview. One hot-blooded cowgirl and one cool-headed businessman in a stripped-down, revved-up game of sexual.
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He wasn’t perfect, but he was real. I loved Keely and Jack together! Jack is ambitious and driven. Jack and Keely have a love hate relationship going on that turns out to be anything but hate and as sparks fly between these two they get hot and heavy I mean really hot and down and dirty.
And it’s awesome when those two come together! Keely’s eager to make her mark outside the ranching McKay loreleii, and she’s done extremely well in her career as a physical therapist. Not for a man. When the notoriously hot-tempered and hot-bodied Keely begs him for help, he al a crazy idea.
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Books by Lorelei James. Al, a sham engagement is born, and jaacked ensue. Then when all the McKay brothers came to take their She works to live and her work is her passion helping others.
What can I say I am a cowboy romance hero convert thanks to her Rough Rider series. I read a different book by Lorelei James that I had not read yet: I love you guys: Would you like us to take another look at this review?
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Jack Donohue was a total contradiction. I really liked both of the character’s jaccked this book Keely is a former wild child who wants to prove that it is all behind her or is it. Let me tell you, the McKays are one fertile and expanding bunch.
It made the story seem more real. Jun 18, Penny Watson rated it it was amazing. And this for a great picture at the end Open Preview See a Problem?
Published October 19th by Samhain Publishing first published November Love the family connections and bantering. The huge black moment fight-from-hell jackfd at the end is one of the best I’ve read, and the follow-up between Keely’s brothers and Jack is fantastic. That means dealing with buttoned-down, uptight Jack. All Jacked Up is a treat to read from start to finish.
To ask other readers questions about All Jacked Upplease sign up. When the notoriously hot-tempered aol hot-bodied Keely begs him for help, he proposes a crazy idea. Just What I Needed. Who wouldn’t want to find out more about the Mckay Family and what they have been up to.
He could be thoughtless and selfish at times as could Keely lorelri, but that’s the beauty of Lorelei James’s writing–her characters are flawed, but you still love them because you really get to know them.
Keely is always trying to prove herself, being the only girl in her family. She calls him GQ. But then he gets a crazy idea If James had focused on a smaller circle of her family and friends, jmes than inundating the book with every relation she’s created, it would have made for a much tighter narrative.
Of course the resistance and resilience from the feistiest of the McKays, is what makes this book so much fun. Instead, they continue to bicker, but the bickering changes in tone and the make up sex gets hotter as their attachment grows.
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Keely needs Jacks help but the only way he will help her if she pretends to be madly in love with him to ensure he gets a business deal. Jack and Keely were a great couple who liked to fight sometimes and they definitely heated oorelei the sheets in the bedroom. The sister story always seems to be the best?!?! Keely grew up on a ranch in Wyoming. Not for your career.
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