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All Jacked Up by Lorelei James
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Nov 04, 10

bookshelves: erotic-contemporary-western-romance
Read in November, 2010

The purpose is erotic sex. 4 stars for that. 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 a dart throwing league. She is a physical therapist who recently bought a building. She wants to rehab it and open a medical center. Because it’s a historic landmark, she is required to hire an architect specializing in restoration. Jack is the only one available in the area. She hates Jack.

Jack wants the job overseeing a large restoration project in Utah, but the owners have rigid morality issues. They won’t hire a bachelor. When Keely asks him to oversee her project, he agrees only if she’ll pretend to be his fiancé to help him get the Utah job. She reluctantly agrees. 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. For example when Keely is guessing what Jack’s favorite movies are, she says “Jackass” and “The Jerk.” She’s a ranch girl and sees Jack as the metrosexual type. She calls him GQ. It was entertaining. I was pleased when the author used a good reason to separate them later instead of inaccurate assumptions (which are too frequently used). In general I’d say it’s a pretty good story. The main purpose of course is sex, and those scenes are hot and frequent. They are explicit and include rear door activity. If that’s what you’re looking for, go for it.

If I might suggest: it would have been nice to see some revenge against Martine, she was despicable.

Story length: 265 pages. Swearing language: strong, including religious swear words. Sexual language: strong/erotic. Number of sex scenes: 15. Approximate number of sex scene pages: 30. Setting: current day Wyoming, Colorado, and Utah. Copyright: 2010. Genre: erotic contemporary western romance.
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