ALL JACKED UP BY LORELEI JAMES PDF

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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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Pulling off the ultimate con…if they can keep from pulling off their clothes. The lone girl in the prolific McKay family, Keely needs another man giving her orders like she needs a hole in her boot.

What she does need is a restoration specialist so she can open her physical t Pulling off the ultimate con…if they can keep from pulling off their clothes. That means dealing with buttoned-down, uptight Jack.

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.

All Jacked Up

When the notoriously hot-tempered and hot-bodied Keely begs him for help, he proposes a crazy idea. Paperbackpages. Published October 19th by Samhain Publishing first published November Keely McKayJack Donohue. Sundance, Wyoming United States. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about All Jacked Upplease sign up.

Lists with This Book. The purpose is erotic sex. And the story is pretty good. Keely grew up on a ranch in Wyoming. She wears cowboy clothes, spends time with her horse, drives a pick-up truck, drinks beer, and is in lorleei dart throwing league.

She is a physical therapist who recently bought a building. She wants macked rehab it and open a medical center. Jack is the only one available in the area. Jack wants the job overseeing a large restoration project in Utah, but the owners have rigid morality issues. Now they have to act like they love each other and learn about each other. I loved their banter as they were getting to know each other. She calls him GQ. I was pleased when the author used a good reason to separate them later instead of inaccurate assumptions which are too frequently used.

The main purpose of course is sex, and those scenes are ,orelei and frequent. They are explicit and include rear door activity. If I might suggest: Number of sex scenes: Approximate number of sex scene pages: I would argue it’s James’ strongest offering to date. Keely, looking to shed her wild child status, bought a derelict historic building she’s looking to renovate and turn into a health clinic.

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Historic preservation rules require a certified restoration specialist to oversee the project, and Jack’s the man for the job. Despite a history of antagonism between them, Jack agrees to take on the job, with a small caveat – that they get engaged. Jack needs to play the part of a family man to get a large contract in conservative Utah, and Keely needs a restoration specialist.

Thusly, a sham engagement is born, and hijinks ensue. All Jacked Up is a treat to read from start to finish. Lorrelei builds sexual tension up slowly and stretches the emotional conflict to span the entire book.

There are no superfluous sex scenes here like in some previous books. Each scene peels another layer of their defenses away, revealing the happy couple buried far beneath.

Each character maintains their personalities. They begin the book two hot heads and they end the book as loerlei heads. James avoided turning one or the other into an acquiescent limp rag. Instead, they continue to bicker, but the bickering changes in tone and the make up sex gets hotter as their attachment grows. These two are that couple you know who love to argue all the time, jxmes are unequivocally devoted to each other, even if they’d never admit it out loud.

James has them work through their insecurities to get what they both want, but aren’t brave enough to ask for. Anyone picking this up as a standalone would be dizzy trying to keep track of the secondary characters and their army of offspring, who truthfully add little to the story beyond fan service not that kind.

If James had focused on a smaller circle of her family and friends, rather than inundating the book with every relation she’s created, it would have made for a much tighter narrative. All told, I found this to be the strongest book in the series. The focus on the hero and heroine was refreshing and their issues were worked through thoroughly, slowly and believably.

View all 5 comments. Spoiler Ahead This was book 8 in the “Rough Rider” series. Keely McKay the lone girl in the McKay family needs someone llrelei restore a building so she can open up her physical therapy clinic.

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.

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

I really liked both of the character’s in this book Keely is a former wild child who wants jackde prove that it is all behind her or is it. 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 bu really hot and down and dirty.

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I loved Jacks drive for success and he is willing to do whatever he needs to do in order to succeed. Keely is fun, and caring, and no one does more for her family than she does. She’s the exact opposite to Jack. She works to live and her work is her passion helping others.

I love reading this series this book was well written like the other books in this series with no errors in grammar or lordlei.

I am looking forward to reading more books in this series.

I loved Keely and Jack together! I am on a RR role!!!

Moved over Ginger and Kane’s book and right to Brandt and Jessie I found my Jack! And he is wearing those leather pants chaps were the actual request that Keely wanted! I liked this book, and other short story about them in short rides, hero was amazing there with their kids and all Safety gang: So it’s safe in that regard.

Heroine has a lot of experience, like she loved sex and it wasn’t like her first orgasm happened with H. It’s actually H who fins sex hotter with h, because he was more of upt I liked this book, and other short story about them in short rides, hero was amazing there with their kids lorepei all Safety gang: It’s actually H who fins sex hotter with h, because he was more of uptight type of guy well he became one The unsafe part: He also has evil ex who is married, but like he has no feelings for her.

I’ve read it a long time ago, names I think even today that would’t have bothered me. Maybe because they both had experience and all, plus it was love hate relationship because they used to be enemies.

View all hp comments. I really love this series!! I loved this book, but i didnt love it as much as some of the others. Keely and Jack were good for each other, I laughed alot threw this one. It had some real good moments with all the family, i loved those parts!! Can’t wait to read the next one!! View all 10 comments. Favorite Quotes “Maybe you’re afraid I can make you fall in love with me for real. The only thing you make me want to do is punch you in the face.

Not for your bh. Not for your career. Not for the community. Not for a man. Definitely not for me. You’re perfect just the way you are. Jakes as Jaames looked at her, he really saw her. The woman who owned him.