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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Unlike some erotica that skimps on the character arcs and storyline, this book has it all. Toughest Cowboy in Texas.

I would sign up to that school! She works to live and her work is her passion helping others. Nov 04, Jane Stewart rated it really liked it Shelves: She does have a vulnerable side, which was nice to see.

I would argue it’s James’ strongest offering to date. Big blazing five stars! I was rather hoping the Dominant McKay trait ran through the entire family and not just the boys.

It had everything that I love about a romance no matter the genre. It has everything to do with you. Pulling off the ultimate con James has created some very unique characters in this story Jack is not a McKay but that didn’t matter at all!

To ask other readers questions about All Jacked Upplease sign up. Approximate number of sex scene pages: Them having smoking hot sex I could buy; them as a couple was harder to hold onto. Bring on Kane, I’m waiting. He could be thoughtless and selfish at times as could Keelybut 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.


Do these two have anything in common besides awesome sexual chemistry? You submitted the following rating and review. All told, I found this to be the strongest book in the series.

James has them work through their insecurities to get what they both want, but aren’t brave enough to ask for. It had just the right amount of romance loreeli the story line is amazing!

The purpose is erotic sex. I really liked both of the character’s in this book Keely is a former wild child who wants to prove that it is all behin Spoiler Ahead This was book 8 in the “Rough Rider” series. She has always been independent, free-spirited, and strong while also being loving, caring, and giving. I enjoyed the story enough in the end to push it to a 4-star rating, but for a lot of the story I had a hard time buying Jack or Keely could get past their issues.

Their relationship may have started out as sex for the sake of sex, but it didn’t take long for romantic feelings to develop even if they were reluctant to tell each other.

View all 15 comments. View all 5 comments. Jack wants the job overseeing a large restoration project in Utah, but the owners have rigid morality issues. Books by Lorelei James. Jack is this close to securing a career make-or-break project, until he learns his lack of marital status puts him out of contention. Jack thinks Keely is a pain in the ass!

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With the fake engagement comes real love. What she does need jp a restoration specialist so she can open her physical therapy clinic and prove she’s left her wild-child days behind.

All Jacked Up (Rough Riders, #8) by Lorelei James (4 star ratings)

View all 3 comments. I loved their “nicknames” for each other: There is not one thing that I wish were different…. Anyhoo, this book was a total winner. Jack left BDM, Inc. No trivia or quizzes yet.

He’ll oversee her project if she acts the part of his loving fiance.

The witty comebacks, the pure hatred sparayed from their mouths towards each other, then the whole friends to lovers thing. That trussed up form was Jamfs.

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Lorelie with This Book. These two have a long history in the previous books of hatred for each other. Jack is ambitious and driven. The focus on the hero and heroine was refreshing and their issues were worked through thoroughly, slowly and believably. I hated for it to end. When the dust settles, Jack and Keely must face the fact they’re not fooling anyone but themselves or they’ll risk losing the real deal Fun and light read! James has them work through their insecurities to get what they both want, but aren’t brave enough to ask for.

Posted October 30, by Kathy Lorslei in Book Reviews I received this book for free from the library in exchange for an honest review.