Guest Author & Giveaway: Lorelei James featuring All Jacked Up

Friday, November 6

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Happy Friday!!!  Today I have a great treat for you all to start the weekend out right.  Lorelei James is here today to talk about her newest novel in the Rough Riders series, All Jacked Up.  And let me tell you I am all jacked up myself to spread the word about this new book.  It's one of my favorite reads this year...definitely worthy of 5 stars and more.  

It had everything I love in a romance novel and left me on a reader's high once I finished it.  I had a hard time starting another book afterwards because I knew most everything else would pale in comparison.  Keely and Jack's story was just that good!  Keely has been a favorite character of mine and Lorelei did both her and Jack justice.  Here's a sneak peek at their story:


…Pulling off the ultimate con… if they can keep from pulling off their clothes.

Keely McKay knows Jack—and Jack Donohue is a certified pain in her Wranglers. 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 therapy clinic—and prove she’s left her wild-child days behind. 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. When the notoriously hot-tempered and hot-bodied Keely begs him for help, he proposes a crazy idea. He’ll oversee her project—if she acts the part of his loving fiancée.

Their sizzling lust makes it all too easy to go from butting heads to knocking boots—but outside the bedroom they’re as mismatched as ever. The McKays remind Jack of the humble upbringing he left behind, and cowgirl Keely feels she doesn’t measure up to Jack’s big-city lifestyle.

When the dust settles, Jack and Keely must face the fact they’re not fooling anyone but themselves—or they’ll risk losing the real deal. 

Warning: this book contains one hot-blooded cowgirl and one cool-headed businessman in a stripped-down, revved-up game of sexual truth or dare.

...keep reading for a bonus excerpt for SM readers

Welcome Lorelei! I can’t even begin to tell you how honored I am to have you as my guest at Seductive Musings. I know that you are an extremely busy writer so taking the time to answer these questions is greatly appreciated. I am a HUGE fangirl of yours.

Aw shucks, really? I don’t know if I’ll ever get used to the idea I actually have fans but it is unbelievably cool and humbling, so thank you.

Well I hope you never get used to it either, but be prepared…because I have a feeling that your new Blacktop Cowboys series out next year is going to be a big hit :) Corralled is already available for pre-order, and yep I’ve got mine! Each of your books that I have read has made its way to my keeper shelves (albeit on my e-reader). Tied Up, Tied Down, and Strong, Silent Type (not counting AJU) are two of my favorites, but really…I love them all. Who are some of your favorite authors, and what’s on your keeper shelves?

I can’t seem to throw a book away, so I have lots of books on my keeper shelves. Books I read? Top of the list is the “In Death” series by JD Robb. After 30 books in the series you’d think it’d get old and she’d start repeating herself, but it just keeps getting better. I’ve read a lot of paranormal in the last few years because it’s one thing I’m not writing. Top of the list must buys for me are Kresley Cole and Kelley Armstrong. For contemporary erotic romance, Maya Banks and Lora Leigh (although I am a few books behind on her series). For straight contemporary romance, Rachel Gibson and Erin McCarthy. Romantic suspense, Suzanne Brockmann (but I’ll admit being behind on her books too) and JD Robb. For mystery, CJ Box, Craig Johnson, Robert Crais and Sue Grafton are auto buys.

Some of those authors are favorites of mine too, but have never read the JD Robb books, or Rachel Gibson. For readers who have not read one of your books before, which is a travesty, but know it is true…can you tell us what you think makes a great love story, and what readers should expect when they read one of your novels?

From my books readers expect an authentic peek into the life of cowboys and ranchers and the women who love them. That includes hot sex scenes, but scenes that are intrinsic to the storyline and aren’t gratuitous, like trying to figure out how many orifices I can plug and how many cowboys I need to do it. Not every book needs to have a ménage scene. Not all books/characters lend themselves to a m/m situation, and I’m grateful that none of my publishers expect that from me—nor do my readers. I think it’d get boring writing the same damn plot line over and over, so I go out of my way to make each book different. To be honest, I’d rather mix it up than “brand” myself as the author who writes X type of erotic book. Since I’m writing a series, readers expect a peek into the lives of the characters from previous books. I love writing erotic romance because pretty much anything goes in the bedroom (or in the barn—wink) but at the core of it, there still is a believable plot and conflict, likable characters, a compelling love story and a setting that is not only accurate, but one you’d like to visit.

Your stories are definitely compelling, both those you write as Lori Armstrong (mysteries) and your romances as Lorelei James.  And by the way, big congrats for winning the 2009 Shamus award for best paperback original for Snow Blind (book #4 in the Julie Collins mysteries)!!  What is it about writing romance that appeals to you?

Knowing when I start the book the hero and heroine will ride off into the sunset together :)

LOL, you’re a true cowgirl at heart...riding off into the sunset :) What book(s) are you most proud of, or feel is/are your biggest personal achievement(s) when you don’t take into account sales, reviews, reader comments, or awards & why?

Oy, hauling out the tough questions, huh? Each book has had its challenges—unrequited love and misperceptions in Long Hard Ride, older woman/younger man and a younger couple finding home and love in Rode Hard, Put Up Wet, hero worship vs. a real relationship in Cowgirl Up and Ride (I jokingly call that one my “virgin” book) letting go of control and accepting things at face value in Tied Up, Tied Down (I call that one my “secret baby” book), re-establishing an old relationship that is not PC and the emotional repercussions for all three people involved in Rough, Raw and Ready, overcoming past mistakes and forcing people to accept you in a different light in Branded As Trouble (I call that one my “friends to lovers” book) dealing with serious physical challenges in Shoulda Been A Cowboy, hitting a rocky patch in a marriage and trying to fix it in Strong, Silent Type, and with All Jacked Up, the wild child settles down with the least likely man for her (but I also call this one my “forced engagement” book).

If you can’t tell, I’m having a blast revisiting all the romance tropes and turning them on their heads. Since I see the Rough Rider series as a western saga, each book has to build on the book and characters before it and leave room for the new characters in the book after it to grow and change and develop. I know most authors are eager to point out their books can be read out of order—and certainly mine can be—but as a reader, I think the books make more impact if you do read them in order. So that’s the long answer. The short answer is my favorite book is always the one that I just finished :)

All Jacked Up is your newest release in your fantastic Rough Riders series. I absolutely love,  love,  love this series. All of the other books have focused on the McKay men and the women they fall in love with, but All Jacked Up is focused on Keely, the lone woman, and the baby of the family. How has growing up in a family laden with testosterone, and alpha males shaped Keely’s character?

Keely doesn’t take any crap from any man and she goes out of her way to dish it out. She’s unapologetically sexual. She loves to blow through the clouds of testosterone surrounding her and point out her brothers might be smart about lots of things, but when it comes to women? Not so much. That’s been her role in the previous books, so to see her grow up and come into her own has been a great journey.

Keely is one of my favorite heroines for those reasons and more. Tell us about Jack, your hero in All Jacked Up. What do you think makes him such a great hero for Keely, and what do you love most about him?

Ah, Jack. I loved the man from the instant he stepped onto the page in Rode Hard, Put Up Wet. He’s not a cowboy, but he comes from rural roots—not happily—that he’s tried to put behind him. Jack is a very cool-headed businessman, with workaholic tendencies, so it was fun to see how absolutely crazy impulsive Keely could make him. Keely McKay was the dead last type of woman he wanted to end up with—but exactly the type of woman he needs.

Keely and Jack have had a somewhat explosive relationship. Can you tell us about their history and a little bit about their romance in All Jacked Up?

I’ve been alluding to an “event” that happened between Keely and Jack at Colt and India’s wedding reception since Miss Firecracker (part of the Wild West Boys series) was released in June…and again in Shoulda Been A Cowboy. So it’s been a tease, I’ve had readers ask what happened…with my response that all will be revealed. Mean, huh? And I do tell what happened and why it added to the tension between Keely and Jack. Another part of their “issue” is that Keely dated Jack’s younger brother—and he dumped her.

I think you have definitely perfected the art of the “tease”, but not in an annoying way, but a “I can’t wait to find out more kind of way”. What excited you about Keely and Jack’s story as you were writing it?

I’ve always wanted to write a “love/hate” story, where the hero and heroine have had an antagonistic relationship from the start and it morphs into love. Keely and Jack were perfect, especially since they both needed something from each other. I’ve been building their antagonism since Tied Up, Tied Down. What excited me was seeing Jack’s sweet side come to life and how he easily Keely accepted it.

I loved that you could actually experience how they fell in love. It wasn’t one of those stories where they hate each other, then miraculously find themselves in love and made you wonder how they got from A to B. It built over the course of their story until you felt that they were meant for each other all along. Do you have a favorite scene or moment from All Jacked Up? What is it, and why is it your fav?

The engagement party scene and what happens afterward…and that’s all I’m saying

Well for me, the entire book was a favorite scene from beginning to end...that's all I'm saying! If Keely and Jack had a song what would it be?

Well, beyond the obvious Gretchen Wilson tune "All Jacked Up" which was my inspiration for the title -- and it fit so well since his name is Jack :) I'd honestly have to say that old Billy Joel song "Just The Way You Are"

What are some of your other upcoming releases fans can look forward to?

The remaining Rough Rider books will be out in print throughout 2010. As far as new projects…Raising Kane is tentatively scheduled for release from Samhain in June 2010. I have a new contemporary erotic western series coming out from NAL in August 2010. The series title is Blacktop Cowboys, the first book is entitled Corralled. The series is similar to the Rough Riders, but instead of a large extended family, it is a group of friends from the same Wyoming hometown and the books will flip back and forth between life on the road to rodeo glory as a “Blacktop Cowboy” and those left at home, holding down the ranch.

More cowboys....yum-meee (if you saw this week's Muse I think you will understand where I am coming from...feel free to drool) What seeds of brilliance are you working on now?

I just turned in Corralled. I’m switching gears and working on a mystery under my other name. Then I will be nailing down the title and a more detailed synopsis for the second book in the Blacktop Cowboys series.

Will we see more of the McKays in the future?

I hope so. In a perfect world I’d get to finish out the series and write at least a novella for the remaining McKays—all the cousins since I’ve finished out the Carson and Carolyn McKay branch of the McKay family. Which would mean books for Kane, Brandt, Tell, Dalton, Chase and Ben. It really is dependent on my writing schedule, which has been grueling the last few years.

I love me some McKays, and you definitely left us wondering about the widow from Shoulda Been a Cowboy…so hopefully we will get to read that story because I think she was going to have her hands full with some of those men. (bad booklover for not remembering their names...bad bad) Who is the most requested person that readers want you to write about but you haven’t yet?

Kane “Buck” McKay. But never fear, he’s next in line. I also get questions about the West Boys—Chet and Remy, as well as the others on the West family tree on my website, who I haven’t mentioned in the McKay books in detail. At some point I’d like to keep going with the Wild West Boys series, but it’s shelved for now.

I can deal with “for now”:) If you could ask readers a question, what would it be?

What do you think of cliffhangers in a series?

Finally, just for fun…if you could write the “fortune” in a fortune cookie what would it be?

Never accept anything at face value: always dig deeper.

So...are you ready for the bonus excerpt?  I think this is a great glimpse at the fun, and at times sarcastic banter, that shows how Keely and Jack relate to each other at the beginning of their "arrangement", but then  starts to turn into sexy innuendos and smoldering looks that lead to so much more....

Keely considered changing her work clothes, but Jack would think she’d gussied herself up for him, so no dice. In Dewey’s, she spotted him in the far corner booth. He stood, waiting to reseat himself until after she’d sat. Okay. That gentlemanly courtesy was impressive. And sweet. And unexpected.

Nervous, because this felt like an actual date, she flipped through the menu even when she’d memorized it ages ago.

“What are you having?”

“Chicken fried steak.”

“Sounds good. Been a while since I’ve had it.”

“Careful, we’re actually agreeing on something.”

“Maybe it’s a full moon.”

His answering bad boy grin had her heart doing the two-step.
After the waitress took their order, Jack stared at her with unabashed interest. “What?” she said testily.

“I don’t even know when your birthday is.”

“It’s not like you’ll be around to shower me with expensive presents.”

“We need to know some of that stuff about each other before the engagement party.”

True. Especially in light of suspicions all wasn’t right with said engagement. “May twenty-third. I’m twenty-seven. You?”

“April fourth. I’m thirty-four.”

“You’re an old timer, eh?”

A slight scowl. “I’d say experienced.”

“So, Mr. Experienced, what other secrets do we need to share?”

“Start with the basic first date stuff. What’s your favorite food?”

“Steak. Followed closely by bacon. Followed closely by chocolate.” She picked up a straw and rolled it between her fingers. “I’ll bet I can guess yours.”

“No, you won’t.”

“Yes, I will.”

There was that wicked grin again. “I dare you to try.”

Keely considered him. “This is way too easy, Jack.”

“So stun me with your insight, cowgirl.”

“Poached salmon. Wild rice pilaf. Brussel sprouts. Plain cheesecake.”

A stricken look crossed his face.

She smirked. “I totally nailed you didn’t I?”

Jack angled across the table. “Not. Even. Close. But I am intrigued by the thought of you nailing me.”

Oh. Hello lust. “The thought of nailing you has me equally intrigued.” She offered him a coquettish look. “Are you a breast or a thigh guy?”

That caught him off guard enough his gaze actually dropped to her chest. “Ummm. What?”

“Or chicken?” she taunted softly.

His hot eyes returned to hers. “My favorite food is not chicken. It’s not a nice juicy rump…roast, although I admit to being more of a butt man than a breast man.”

Keely blinked. She was quickly losing control of this conversation.

“I’ll give you one more chance to nail me,” Jack said with a sexy rasp.

“Only one?” she cooed back.

Jack’s hungry gaze zeroed in on her mouth. “Playing fast and loose will only encourage me to play the same. Be certain you’re prepared for what that entails.”

Yikes. “Speaking of favorite foods, I’m betting yours is some kind of wild game that fits with your personality. Boar?”

His lips lifted. “Wrong. This round goes to me. My favorite food is homemade meatloaf. Followed closely by mashed potatoes and gravy. Followed closely by corn on the cob.”

“Holy crap. That’s so…Midwestern of you, GQ.”


“Very.” Down home cooking appealed to Jack more than haute cuisine? Man. He’d surprised her like four times today. “Your turn to guess. What’s my favorite movie?”

“Easy. The Princess Bride.” He grinned. “What’s mine?”

The Jerk,” she shot back.

Jack laughed. A deep, rumbly, sexy sound and she caught herself wanting to smile and sigh at the same time.

“Try again.”

Jackass?” she tossed out.

More laughter.

“Okay. I give.”

True Lies,” he said.

“That seems appropriate.”


Keely fiddled with the straw, rolling it back and forth in the condensation.

Jack snatched her hand, stopping the fidgety movement.

Talk about big hands. Not soft, girly hands either, but rough. Manly. His fingers were long and thick, sprinkled with just enough dark hair to be masculine, not apelike. God. It’d been forever since she’d had a real man’s hands stroking her bare skin. Would Jack be gentle? Teasing? Or forceful?


She shifted her gaze up. The curiosity or guilt he saw in her eyes caused a spark of heat to flare in his.

Jack stretched across the table until their mouths were a kiss apart. “We’re fucking kidding ourselves that we can keep this platonic for much longer.”

The growly timbre of his voice destroyed any smartass comment she might’ve conjured. She wanted to hear that growling noise against her throat, in her ear, on her belly, on the insides of her thighs.

“Don’t look at me like that,” she breathed.

“Like what?”

“Like you want to—”

“Isn’t this sweet, you two lovebirds holding hands and whispering naughty nothings to each other.”

Keely looked up at India with murder in her eyes.

As always you can learn more and/or buy any of these books by using the links in the Amazon widget (and if you buy any of them you'll gain extra entries as an added bonus)

My most sincere thanks to Lorelei!  She has been working her fingers to the bone to write us the stories that so many of us love, and wait eagerly for with baited breath.  

You can find her on her website as Lorelei James, her website as Lori Armstrong, on Myspace, or if your a bit more adventurous and like a more hands interaction, she visits regularly at her James Gang group on Yahoo.  Like I said she is one busy lady!  And for fans like me where too much of a good thing is never enough you can purchase official James Gang and Rough Riders merchandise at her CafePress online store.  Don't forget the holidays are right around the corner my fellow booklovers :)

To celebrate the release of All Jacked Up Lorelei has kindly offered to give away one e-book title from her backlist (winners choice) to a very lucky commenter... Woo hoo!  Here's how you can enter to win:

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jeanette8042 November 6, 2009 at 12:38 AM  

I have a love/hate relationship with cliffhangers in a series. I love them because they make me eager to read the next book, but that's the problem! I REALLY want to read the next book quickly and it's not out yet! Plus I think cliffhangers leave too mnay things unresolved and make the overall book seem pointless.

I'm a follower!

Mitzi November 6, 2009 at 1:01 AM  

I'm currently reading a series that has (cliffhanger) endings. I did not realize the books were like that when I started them and now I'm so hooked! I wait 3-4 years for a new book to come out and devour it...only to be left with wanting more.

One series like that is enough for me!!!

I'm dying to read the Fever Series...but now that I know what it is like to be left hanging, I'll wait till next year when the last book comes out and then I'll be able to read the entire series from beginning to end.

I don't need the anxiety....besides I'm not getting any younger and I hate the thought of never knowing the ending.

I prefer related books like yours, where we get a series of books with different family members. No cliffhangers....but when finished I feel as though I'm part of that family.

Great interview!! I'm also a huge fan!!!

I'm an already follower.

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Alicia0605 November 6, 2009 at 1:22 AM  

Ok so I dont mind a cliffhanger that leaves an opening for the next book but I despise reading a book and then the cliffhanger is so bad that I feel like the author just stopped the book mid sentence.

I am a follower +5

Leslie November 6, 2009 at 2:01 AM  

Wonderful interview ladies and loved the excerpt. :)

I like cliffhangers as long as I don't have to wait years and years for the next book. :) I think cliffhangers build the excitement for the next installment in the series.

I'm a follower.

Amy1225 November 6, 2009 at 3:10 AM  

I enjoyed the interview thanks!!

I hate cliffhangers. I dont like waiting a year plus to learn what happens. If there is a big cliffhanger then I am not happy

+5 I'm a follower

Eva S November 6, 2009 at 5:53 AM  

Thanks for the great interview! I love this series and look forward to reading this book!

I don't like cliffhangers, I agree with Amy, I don't want to wait a year or so!

+5 I'm a follower

Virginia C November 6, 2009 at 6:08 AM  

Cliffhangers are great fun if the characters and story line are very well written and the series entries are released fairly close together. I have waited a long time for the follow-ups and found that the author did not carry the same intensity to second or third books.

I am a follower and a subscriber.

Susan Helene Gottfried November 6, 2009 at 11:21 AM  

Hang me on a cliff, Lorelei! Just ... don't taunt me with hot men as I cling to the edge for dear life, okay? They should help. *grin*

I want to say "enter me" especially now that I've got an e-reader, but darn it, I want this series in print! And signed, too. *grin*

Anyway, I've got this posted at Win a Book. Thanks for the e-mail. Lorelei, if I can help get you extra promo, holler.

joder November 6, 2009 at 2:52 PM  

+1 I enjoy cliffhangers as long as the wait between books isn't too hideously long. It definitely makes me anticipate future books even more.

+5 I'm already a follower

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booklover0226 November 6, 2009 at 4:53 PM  

+1 I love cliffhangers ONLY when I have the sequel sitting next to me!

+5 I am a follower

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alba November 6, 2009 at 5:35 PM  

I so enjoy cliffhangers make it more exciting when the next book come out I have book shelve full of THOSE books yeh...
I Have to say and I'm a wee bit embarrassed But I have not read Lorelei books some thing that is going to change.
I dont think I have read many western romances dont know why I love the old western Movies I mean JOHN WAYNE THE DUKE HELLO my ultimate hero.
Great Interview Will absolutely have to read this series...
I'm a follower.

Anonymous,  November 6, 2009 at 11:01 PM  

I don't like cliffhangers if the next book in the series is not yet out. Otherwise, I might save reading until the next book is out. The Rough Rider books are always fun and hot.

READFREEK November 7, 2009 at 9:21 AM  

Wonderful review and interview! I can't wait to get my furry paws on this book! It's definitely going on the "To-Be-Read" list. I've also linked to your contest on my Blog.

I am definitely a follower of this saucy Blog now!

Armenia November 7, 2009 at 2:41 PM  

+1 I prefer related books that stand alone. I hate cliffhangers because of the unresolved issues and I'm left wondering. If I am interested enough in the series, I usually collect most of the books and then read them when its complete.

+5 I'm already a follower

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Wanda November 8, 2009 at 4:24 PM  

I don't mind cliffhangers in a series if I know I can get the next book right away to continue reading. Otherwise, cliffhangers drive me nuts.

I am already a follower of your blog.


ddurance November 8, 2009 at 5:50 PM  

Cliffhangers are tough for me. It does keep me interested, yet frustrated at the same time. I don't tend to read first chapters for new books at the end of books either for that reason, the frustration. It's strangely funny though, because in so many things, I do delay gratification. lol


Katrina November 9, 2009 at 8:28 PM  

I am addicted to books with a cliffhanger...they are my favorites.

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annfes,  November 11, 2009 at 12:40 PM  

I love cliffhangers IF I don't have to wait an eternity until the next installment. Or if the story hints at a next installment (example: Catherine Anderson's "Cherish" which leaves the reader wanting to know about the H/H's sons) and never continues.

flchen1 November 14, 2009 at 1:13 AM  

Hi, Lorelei!

To be honest, I'm usually not a fan of cliffhangers because I'm SOOOO impatient, and I hate waiting for the next release to find out what happens! Of course, sometimes that's just part of the storytelling... What I absolutely dislike is any cliffhangers with respect to the main characters' HEA--I want that to be without question by the time I hit "The End" in a story. I'm more OK with cliffhangers with regards to other plot points or overarching story arcs. And of course, the less time between releases, the better :)

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