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Book Review of All Jacked Up (Rough Riders, Bk 8)

All Jacked Up (Rough Riders, Bk 8)
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Helpful Score: 4

I can't tell you how much I loved this story. This was perfect. I rarely use that word for a book in this genre because there's usually something wrong with either the hero or heroine or the plot. However, both characters in this story are well written. The plot is good too. All Jacked Up is definitely worth reading and worth losing a PBS credit.

Jack and Keely have known each other since she was sixteen. She's more of a cowgirl and he's more of big city boy now. Circumstances throw them together to work on a project. It's a fun, very scorching story. The characters talk like real people speak. Sometimes you read the dialogue in a book and you roll your eyes because no one you know in real life would ever utter something like that. That doesn't happen here. I really liked Keely's sassy nature. She doesn't let Jack or anyone else walk over her. She has a smart mouth on her and some of the quips that come out of her are downright hilarious. I could relate to some of it having grown up with brothers. You're going to need a garden hose or several cold showers after you read their love scenes. It's that intense.

The cover of the book is awesome. The cover models look like Keely and Jack. That's another rarity in this genre. All too often, the cover models look nothing like the main characters.

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