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Kissin' Tell

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9 out of 9 people found this review helpful.

One very smexy and fun cowboy! I've been looking forward to th

One very smexy and fun cowboy!

I've been looking forward to this release. But then again, I guess that's not much of a surprise since I look forward to all of Lorelei's books.


Tell was the most laid back of all the McKay men so far. This was a little surprising aft...
One very smexy and fun cowboy!

I've been looking forward to this release. But then again, I guess that's not much of a surprise since I look forward to all of Lorelei's books.


Tell was the most laid back of all the McKay men so far. This was a little surprising after Cowboy Casanova which starred Ben McKay. But that's not to say his story is bad...cuz it's not. It's far from that. Tell is fun-loving and entertaining. But beneath all that fun is a not-so-great past. I felt like this was the first time we actually got to see that side of the McKay clan. Brandt and Jessie's book was a glimpse, but with Tell there are more details.


Georgia is a brand new character. She's come back home and she has a past as well. These two don't really trust anyone but each other. Going through their journey with them is somewhat of a roller coaster. Georgia was a good match for Tell. I wouldn't say she's a strong female like some of the other McKay women, but she holds her own. Especially once she figures out what it is she wants out of life.


We get cameos from several other McKays in this book. It was great getting updates from everyone. There are still babies popping up everywhere. I predict that by the end of this series Keeley is pregnant and depending on time frame she'll have a McKay offspring of her own. Dalton's book is going to be an emotional one---at least that's my prediction. One last before I go...there may not be a lot of books left, but I'm fairly certain there are still some big things coming down with the McKay family that we'll learn.


This is a great chapter in the Rough Riders series. You must go buy it!

posted by WhatsOntheBookshelf on June 26, 2012

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Most Helpful Critical Review

2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

Not her best

I love this series, but these characters lack depth. Georgia is just kind of uninteresting. The emotions don't ring deep and true the way LJ usually can write them. This is one of her "lesser" novels in my opinion. A little like Dirty Deeds which really just seemed like...
I love this series, but these characters lack depth. Georgia is just kind of uninteresting. The emotions don't ring deep and true the way LJ usually can write them. This is one of her "lesser" novels in my opinion. A little like Dirty Deeds which really just seemed like character sketches she would eventually develop elsewhere. The trampoline scene is not even sexy in my opinion. The best in this series are chasin eight, all jacked up, and cowgirl up and ride. Also good is the one with two men, Edgard and Trevor, althoughthe end of that one seems a little rushed. All those are worth multiple reads, but this one isnt. LJ needs to do one on Joely Monroe....we are waiting!

posted by nookreaderVA on August 6, 2012

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 29, 2012

    Just plain terrible

    Books one through 12, fun, sexy reads. Ms. James should have stopped there. Poorly written, no story really. Anyone can write about sex, positions and where to do it? Lots of ohhhhh poor Tell and ohhhh poor Georgia and dats all folks. Readers can pass this one up.

    1 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 17, 2012

    boring

    Cheesey

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 20, 2012

    SPACE CORE

    SPAAAAAAAACE!!!!!!!!! SO MUCH SPAAAAAAACE!!!!!!!

    0 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 17, 2012

    terrible

    I've read earlier books in this series and enjoyed them, but I wish I could get back the time I wasted with this terrible book. The story is ridiculously repetitive. For example, the author wants to emphasize that the main character is a player. So in every single chapter he either tells the girl this, or some random girl approaches them in a bar and blatantly insinuates she had slept with him in the past. This seriously must have happened like ten times in this book. The character development is just bad. I like the main characters for about half the book, the rest of the time I thought they were stupid. My final criticism - some of the sex is just weird. I am not a prude about this at all, I love a good smutty romance novel, but the sex scenes in this book were so hit or miss. Between some awkward role playing at their high school reunion, sex on a trampoline, and her sucking on his toes after he confesses a life long self-consciousness about how bad his feet smell - it was hard to get into their love life. Don’t waste your money on this book.

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 7, 2012

    Nngggrr

    Ggefdgfa

    0 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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