Just Folking Around by Penny Reid
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Book Review: Just Folking Around by Penny Reid

Raquel Ezra loves to fish. With so many fish in the sea, she’s never had a problem baiting the hook or reeling them in. Raquel is a good actress, she can be anyone’s fantasy for a single night as long as they agree to be hers. Which is why she doesn’t think twice about spending an evening in nowhere Tennessee with a smokin’ hot, well-mannered, and intriguing sheriff’s deputy by the name of Jackson James.

Except, when the time comes, Raquel discovers that reality might just be better than any fantasy, and maybe she’s not ready to release this catch.

JUST FOLKING AROUND is a 16k words, contemporary romance, a complete standalone, and is the prequel to TOTALLY FOLKED, book #1 in the Good Folk: Modern Folktales series.

I had no interest in reading a book about Jackson James or his love life because he seems like a big dork. But then I realized that everything I know about Jackson comes from Cletus Winston, who hates Jackson’s guts, so I reconsidered. It turns out that Jackson is hot and super sweet and most certainly does not deserve leprosy or any other terrible mishap to befall him. Hopefully, Cletus relents and trashes his plans for armadillos and itching powder, because Jackson seems like a great guy.

Just Folking Around is a novella setting the scene for the first book in a new series. It begins at Sierra and Jethro’s wedding, where Raquel and Jackson meet and tells the story of the wild yet odd night they spend together. Their chemistry is hot but he leaves her wanting more so it sets up the next book in the series perfectly.

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