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Lumberjack In Love Paperback – October 4, 2012
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But this book was off the charts with everything;
- Funny, sassy heroine:
- SMOKING' HAWT, totally Alpha hero, who makes your *cough* unmentionables wet, who also happens to be a bearded lumberjack;
- Zinging one-liners and more lumberjack double entendres you can poke a funny stick at;
In short, a FREAKIN' AWESOME read!! Again I'm going to say hooray for authors going the self-publishing route, because if not, I would not have been able to read the gem that is Lumberjack In Love!!!
A BIG, HAIRY, 5 STARS to your book and your fantastic storytelling skills, Ms. Watson!!! Clearly, you are a genius, because you have managed to achieve the unachievable in my opinion; you made a big, hairy lumberjack, SEXY AS HELL! *YOWZA*
Hunky beardy Marcus Anderson is all alone chopping wood when Ami Jordan comes creeping into his yard in her stiletto-heeled boots, ogling his posterior. Okay, it does turn out that she has a reason for coming out to the boonies and bugging him. Her bean sprouts-eating sister has commissioned Marcus to build a playhouse for Ami's niece and she wanted her to check on it. It only takes one look at his lovely visitor to know that a cabin in Vermont is no place for a city slicker like Ami.
Ami's vast appreciation of Marcus doesn't extend to his real estate. It has too much outdoorsy stuff, including animals. Still, for a beard that gorgeously lush, a tush that deliciously gorgeous, dinner wouldn't be a gigantic sacrifice. She does have to be in the godforsaken area for a while yet and Marcus did invite her to see his log...cabin.
Ami is less of a nature-hater and more of an outside-disliker (a woman after my own heart). She's an award-winning children's landscape designer who got screwed over by her boyfriend and business partner and it's only logical - and Marcus agrees - that she work with him on his playhouse designs, giving him plenty of reasons to let her disrupt his life.Read more ›
This short story packs quite a bit into it. Ami and Marcus are well developed characters, who at first appear to be as opposite as day and night. She a city gal; he a woodsman "lumberjack" that prefers the country. But quickly we see an attraction burning between them, and their flirting was just so fun to read. When things heated up - and I mean HEATED UP! - I thought Marcus might well be the most perfect man and Ami the luckiest lady alive. (Yum!)
The town folks congregate at a local general store, where we meet several other fun characters. Ami misses the good coffee and wine found in the big city, but she is falling in love with the people here. When a career changing opportunity gives her a chance to stay, she doesn't know what to do. Marcus, on the other hand, wants nothing more than to convince her to stay.
The lumberjack jokes were fast and frequent, and kept me laughing. The chemistry between Ami and Marcus sizzled, and despite them being so opposite it was easy to believe that these two belonged together. There were some great scenes, very original.
In summary, Lumber Jack in Love was a HOT, funny, small town romance with great chemistry and quirky characters. It has an opposites attract theme that I also love. I highly recommend it to anyone wanting a great `feel good' steamy romance read.
Note: the author Penny has been an online friend of mine for years, and I love to chat romance books with her. But she did not ask me to read or review her book, I am simply a big fan of her writing. And this is the best book she's written yet.
Lumberjack In Love is a sweet, light-hearted, feel-good romance, and I read it smiling and chuckling the whole time. The interaction between Marcus and Ami is flirty and sexy, very much a feeling of anticipation and chemistry there while waiting for these two to combust, and overall, the dialogue and the feel of this entire story is fun and easy, very snappy and cute. I only wish I'd had an epilogue with Marcus. I really wanted that. This was my first time to read this author, and I was impressed and very pleased with this fun and sexy read. This whole romance is full of charm and personality.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Lumber. Sexual. Vermont. That's about it for this short romance. It is well written, and it isn't one of those opposites attract things that focuses on embarrassing the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by warpammer
It has a little bit of everything,love , passion, opinions and sex. Very interesting story line also, the girl learns to trust her heart .Published 1 month ago by Racelady23
Loved this book! Marcus' rugged, outdoorsy personality was in perfect contrast to Ami's city-dweller, sarcastic one. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Laurie Kozlowski | Book Escape Reviews
The only negative is her stories are shorter than I like. This is 114 pages. There is a free epilogue called “Lumberjack Epilogue” on her website (pennyromance dot com). Read morePublished 9 months ago by Jane
Boston girl, city slicker finds love in the Vermont woods with a burly 'lumberjack'. Maybe it's time to rethink her 5 year plan. Read morePublished 10 months ago by melindeeloo
Cute and quick read. I was able to read it in an afternoon. And it was not too drawn out and the plot moved along nicely without an obnoxious amount of time waffling between... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Kindle Customer
This quick read was just what I needed. Short, Sweet, with a little humor! I fell in love with the Lumberjack. That's a good written character to me. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Annette L. Dahl
This story is lots of fun. I really liked that the hero made his attraction so clearly known. I didn't care for the last chapter very much. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Sue