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So this book just made me love her even more, and I loved seeing all the different sides to Keely, not just the ones that her brothers and cousins saw. We get to see him being confident but also nervous, korelei his heart on the line. I’ve been happier these last two months than I’ve ever been in my life.

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

I would argue it’s James’ strongest offering to date. Will Jack’s ‘engagement’ to down-home Keely be a help or hindrance in his career and the social events they must attend with his big-city acquaintances? Each despises the other.

The story is solid, and Lprelei love how both of these characters come to terms with their own shortcomings and needs, as well as falling in love and lust with each other.


Uacked calls him GQ. View all 5 comments. Jack is also trying to prove himself, but more so to himself than anyone else.

I enjoyed the steamy story with a decent plot around all the sexy times. Keely is a bad-girl on the outside, but a hard working, ambitious gal on the inside, and tired of living with her over-bearing family’s constant interference.

Keely McKay the lone girl in the McKay family needs someone to restore a building so she can open up her physical therapy clinic. Jun 04, Isabel Luna rated it it was amazing. Loved Keely, especially when she stayed true to herself and stood up to the insults at the conference. As with all the previous books Lorelei James consistently offers the loyal readers of this series a look into the lives of the previous heroes and heroines, treating us to glimpses of how they and their families are doing jamds growing.

I love their smart-assed remarks and their references loreleii “The Princess Bride”, one of my favorite movies.

A certified architectural restoration jmes is required and Jack is the only one available. I hated to start another hames. I loved their banter as they were getting to know each other. I have to say, though, I loved, loved that Jack called Carson to help him al he screwed up with Keely and that Carson chewed out all the McKay boys for what they did to Jack before he got a chance to talk to Keely. Other books in the series.


Will Jack be willing to help her? These two had had a “hate” relationship for year This one was my absolute favorite in the Rough Rider series!! That is the good and the bad of a continuing series.

Suzanne Under the Covers Book blog. Not for the community. The purpose is erotic sex.

View all 9 comments. Like I said, this was a great book and I’m kind of sad that it’s ended. Please review your cart. But this one was wonderful! But as Jack looked at her, he really saw her.

I liked this book, and other short story about them in short rides, hero was amazing there with their kids and all Safety gang: Two trying to convince Jack’s business associates was a lot easy that trying to convince a million McKays of the deception.

Rough Riders 1 – 10 of 16 books. Using her stubbornness to get her way, not her feminine wiles. Keely is hard working, brash, sassy, bold, and sexy, with a really big, jacled heart. Your display name should be at least 2 characters long.

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I am still rolling and laughing! She is full of fire and sassy attitude. Or, get it for Kobo Super Points!

James avoided turning one or the other into an acquiescent limp rag.