Review: All Jazzed Up by Tracy Ellen
A PRETEND MARRIAGE.
A REAL DESIRE.
BEING FRIENDS WITH NO BENEFITS HAS NEVER BEEN HOTTER!
All Jazzed Up is Book One in a brand new series Love, Lies, & Ninja Missions by Tracy Ellen.
A spin-off, stand-alone novel from The Adventures of Anabel Axelrod series, this is Jazy Axelrod’s provocatively alluring, uproariously funny love story!
Jazy is freaking out. Waking up one day to the appalling realization she’s fallen in love with a player, who also happens to be her best male friend, would be enough to freak any girl out. If that isn't bad enough, Jazy knows her love is totally one-sided because the wealthy, incredibly sexy Max Byrd is just not into her that way. To Max, she’s his best, and only, platonic girl pal.
But Max has problems, too. He suspects another woman is trying to trap him into marriage for his money. Max naturally turns to Jazy and begs her to help him out by quickly marrying him first. Against her will, Jazy reluctantly agrees to Max's idiotic scheme of a friends with no benefits pretend marriage, which doesn't sound very friendly or beneficial to Jazy at all! Soon Jazy perks up and sees the bright side of her fake marriage to Max. They'll be forced to spend each day together. Jazy stops feeling sorry for herself and takes control. After all, she is a horse-whispering, Celtic Cursing, potion-mixing, sex-loving, Axelrod woman. There’s nothing an Axelrod woman can't accomplish if she sets her mind to the task, and Jazy wants Max’s love.
Armed with determination and her unique talents, can Jazy seduce the cynical playboy Max Byrd in just a few short weeks to believe in her, and happily-ever-afters? Or does Jazy learn real love needs no convincing?
(Psst…you don’t have to read The Adventures of Anabel Axelrod series first to enjoy Jazy’s story. But for those of you that have, All Jazzed Up takes place immediately after Coupled with Chance, Volume VI.)
Note from the author: All Jazzed Up is meant to entertain 18+ adult audiences and contains swearing, sexual situations, and mild violence.
**** 4 Star Review ****
I always get excited when Tracy Ellen publishes a new book. I always know that I am in store for some swooning, laughs, hi-jinx and action. This is another one I can chalk up as a winner by Tracy Ellen!
Jazzy. I loved her character in the Anabel Axelrod series, so for her to get her own book was an extra special treat for me. I absolutely love her!
This book starts out... Have you read A Date with Fate? I remember when I read it, I cringed in that opener. I actually almost put it down. I kept saying to myself, "no this author isn't; she isn't going to go there". But the thing is, sometimes things aren't as they seem with Tracy's books and sometimes they are as they seem but have purpose. In the case with this book, I was scared with the opening of the book. However, it was necessary. It was the reason for the book.
Let me tell you, the things that happen in this book.... Did you really thing I was going to tell you what happens in this book? Ha! Not a chance. I will tell you that I laughed my butt off. I cheered. I yelled. I swooned. I wanted to kick some ass. These are always natural reactions with every single Tracy Ellen book!
Do I recommend this book? Ummmm.... YES! Who would I recommend it to? Everyone over the age of 18 who likes to be entertained!