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Take a shot of tequila, add one sexy cowboy, and end up with more than one night of passion. Tequila Makes Her Clothes Fall Off is a fun contemporary erotic romance about two people needing each other for different reasons and finding out that together they are one insatiable force. Bethany Dodson is running from her past and her fiance. She needs a new last name and to get Take a shot of tequila, add one sexy cowboy, and end up with more than one night of passion. Tequila Makes Her Clothes Fall Off is a fun contemporary erotic romance about two people needing each other for different reasons and finding out that together they are one insatiable force. Bethany Dodson is running from her past and her fiance. She needs a new last name and to get lost fast Jack Johnson needs to marry a woman to get his inheritance so he can stop working on other ranches and rebuild the one he shares with his two older brothers and younger sister. When he meets Bethany, his goal is basically to get some action then get on searching for a wife. But Bethany kills two birds with one stone and the next thing he knows he's the one getting drug down the aisle. What they discover is more than just surface needs. They take each other to new heights in and out of the bedroom, push boundaries, and even fall in love.


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Take a shot of tequila, add one sexy cowboy, and end up with more than one night of passion. Tequila Makes Her Clothes Fall Off is a fun contemporary erotic romance about two people needing each other for different reasons and finding out that together they are one insatiable force. Bethany Dodson is running from her past and her fiance. She needs a new last name and to get Take a shot of tequila, add one sexy cowboy, and end up with more than one night of passion. Tequila Makes Her Clothes Fall Off is a fun contemporary erotic romance about two people needing each other for different reasons and finding out that together they are one insatiable force. Bethany Dodson is running from her past and her fiance. She needs a new last name and to get lost fast Jack Johnson needs to marry a woman to get his inheritance so he can stop working on other ranches and rebuild the one he shares with his two older brothers and younger sister. When he meets Bethany, his goal is basically to get some action then get on searching for a wife. But Bethany kills two birds with one stone and the next thing he knows he's the one getting drug down the aisle. What they discover is more than just surface needs. They take each other to new heights in and out of the bedroom, push boundaries, and even fall in love.

30 review for Tequila Makes Her Clothes Fall Off

  1. 4 out of 5

    Auntee

    Wow! What a fun read this was! This book was steamy hot, with two very likeable characters who were just perfect for each other, yet they had trouble believing it. I mean, who falls in love in just one week's time? Bethany Dodson, the heroine, was a 30 year old virgin and the daughter of a well known millionaire businessman. Her parents wanted her to marry some creep for some business purpose and not because she loved him. Bethany had a lousy childhood, the only child of two selfish and uncaring Wow! What a fun read this was! This book was steamy hot, with two very likeable characters who were just perfect for each other, yet they had trouble believing it. I mean, who falls in love in just one week's time? Bethany Dodson, the heroine, was a 30 year old virgin and the daughter of a well known millionaire businessman. Her parents wanted her to marry some creep for some business purpose and not because she loved him. Bethany had a lousy childhood, the only child of two selfish and uncaring parents, and the impending marriage to a man she didn't love was the last straw. She just wants to get away from her family, start a new life, and do all the things she couldn't while being the trophy daughter of a world famous businessman. If she could convince some poor unsuspecting man to marry her, she would have a new identity, and then she could finally get on with the life she'd like to have. While attending a bachelorette party in Las Vegas, Bethany encounters the hero, Jack Johnson, in a bar. The sexy cowboy is drowning his sorrows over a broken engagement. Due to a stipulation in his late Grandfather's will, Jack needs to get married in order to claim his inheritance. He'd like to use the money to rebuild the ranch he lives on with his brothers and sister into the profitable Dude Ranch it once was. If he can find someone to marry him and stay married to him for a period of at least three months, he can claim his inheritance. Hmmn...Bethany wants a new name and a place to get lost. Jack needs a wife for a little while. While sharing a bottle of tequila, maybe these two could strike a deal? It doesn't hurt that they're wildly attracted to each other. But what will happen if that attraction turns to love? Will both of them end up hurt? I just loved reading this one! It moved along so fast I read it in half a day. There was lots to like about this one. I like how the H/H met--they had a funny encounter in a hotel bar, and ended up married in a quickie Vegas style ceremony. There was lots and lots of funny and sexy dialogue between Jack and Bethany, and once Jack took Bethany's virginity, of course she turned into a romance novel sex-kitten! Lots and lots of steamy sex scenes between Jack and Bethany! But that's not all the book was about. There was an actual story that developed as Jack and Bethany realized they were falling in love with their spouse, yet afraid to admit it to themselves or each other for fear of getting hurt. Jack's brothers play an important part in the book, especially moody older brother Heath whose wife left him on their wedding night, and whose story is told in the follow-up book, "She Thinks My Tractor's Sexy". There is actually a country music theme to these books, including the titles, and the song that Jack and Bethany first danced to in the bar, called "Must Be Doing Something Right", which they consider 'their song'--very sweet. If you're looking for a sweet, yet very sexy and downright erotic romance about a very likeable couple, "Tequila..." will definitely satisfy you!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Dina

    First off, let me say that I love the title of this book: it's funny, catchy and lets you know right away that you aren't supposed to take the story too seriously. Just relax and enjoy, that's what it says. Bethany Dodson is the classic poor rich girl. As the only child of a wealthy business, she's had everything money can buy - as long as she doesn't bother her parents with silly demands for attention or love. But she's had enough of that. She's 30 years old, still a virgin - because no man has First off, let me say that I love the title of this book: it's funny, catchy and lets you know right away that you aren't supposed to take the story too seriously. Just relax and enjoy, that's what it says. Bethany Dodson is the classic poor rich girl. As the only child of a wealthy business, she's had everything money can buy - as long as she doesn't bother her parents with silly demands for attention or love. But she's had enough of that. She's 30 years old, still a virgin - because no man has ever had the courage to defy her father - and about to be married to a man - chosen by her father, of course - in what is nothing more than a business transaction. It's time she gave her life a new direction - and Vegas is the place to ditch her old self and become a new woman. The first thing to do? Trick some innocent guy into marrying her, so she can change her last name and get a new ID. Now, where can she find a nice and gullible guy to marry? Jack Jonhson and his siblings (Heath, Rafe and Jan) want to get the neglected family ranch they've inherited back to business, but they don't have the necessary funds to do it because their grandfather's will estipulates that they have to be over 25 years old and married for more than 3 months in order to receive any inheritance money. Jack goes to Vegas, hoping to convince a former girlfriend to marry and stay married to him for 3 months. When she asks for half of his inheritance to agree to the sham marriage, Jack refuses - he needs all the money to invest on the ranch - and is back to the beginning. Where can he find a woman to marry at short notice? A woman who doesn't have any interest in his money? By fate, Bethany and Jack meet - in Vegas, of course -, down some several tequila shots, make out in the elevator and decide to get married - all the while, one thinking he/she is oh-so-smart and is tricking the other into marriage. The morning after, the truth is revealed - and without temper tantrums or accusations, they decide to head to Jack's ranch in Montana and fulfill the terms of his grandfather's will, agreeing that both of them benefit from their sham marriage. Will that be enough to "unlock" Jack's inheritance money? As for Bethany, will her father and her fiancé let her "escape" that easily? What about the unexpected feelings that Jack and Bethany start developing for each other? Will all be over after their 3-month marriage? This was "just" an okay read to me. Jack and Bethany were nice, Jack's siblings were well-drawn but not particularly unforgettable, Bethany's fiancé was unpleasant but not hateful, Jack and Bethany's interactions were sometimes funny, sometimes sweet and sometimes downright steamy hot and kinky, but there was something missing. There was no real conflict in the story and although some readers might find that refreshing, I found myself wishing for an earthquake to shake things up. Considering their temporary arrangement, Jack and Bethany were wary of falling in love, of course, but the whole thing felt a bit bland to me. Maybe they were just the kind of people who aren't prone to outbursts of emotion, I don't know. Last but not least, I have to comment on Ms. North's writing. English isn't my native language so I'm not the best person to correct anyone's English writing, but there were several grammatical and spelling errors in this book. Each time I found an error, I had to stop and think if my first impression was wrong or that was actually an error. Very annoying. :( This was only my 1st read by Ms. North, so I can't say if the things that bothered me in this book are common or just a fluke. I'm willing to give her the benefit of the doubt and I'll have no problem giving her another try in the future.

  3. 5 out of 5

    jenjn79

    For those of you who like your erotic-romances to have a solid romance in them, then this is a great book to read! I don't mind erotic romance books that have tons of sex...they're fun to read ;) but sometimes, the romance angle lags behind. That doesn't happen in Cara North's "Tequila Makes Her Clothes Fall Off" (by the way - fantastic title!). This is one erotic romance book where you can get the erotica and the romance all in one, which makes it a fun read. I really enjoyed all parts of this b For those of you who like your erotic-romances to have a solid romance in them, then this is a great book to read! I don't mind erotic romance books that have tons of sex...they're fun to read ;) but sometimes, the romance angle lags behind. That doesn't happen in Cara North's "Tequila Makes Her Clothes Fall Off" (by the way - fantastic title!). This is one erotic romance book where you can get the erotica and the romance all in one, which makes it a fun read. I really enjoyed all parts of this book - the characters, the setting, the romance, and of course, the sex. North does a good job of letting you get to know the characters so that they don't seem like strangers (which unfortunately happens in some books). The relationship that built between Bethany and Jack was sweet and nice to read. I always enjoy books where you can actually see the characters falling in love with each other. The sex scenes were fantastic. I loved how they played around and how Jack let Bethany explore. I wouldn't have expected him to go along with some of the things she did, but he willingness just made him a better character. There was really only one thing that annoyed me at times in the book, and that was the wording in some of the dialogue. A lot of the time when Jack spoke (or thought) he didn't contract phrases like "are not" or "they are" (to aren't or they're) and it made him sound very...formal. I could see Bethany speaking like that because of her background, but for Jack, a born and raised cowboy, it just didn't seem to fit. I'd have expected his language to be a little rougher and not so proper. It just made reading his words seem a little awkward, at times. At least to me. But it doesn't really affect the story all that much. I still enjoyed it a lot. Now that I've finished this one, I can't wait to read the follow-up, "She Thinks My Tractor's Sexy", which features Jack's brother Heath and the often mentioned Chance.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Eastofoz

    My god was this book ever dumb :-/ The characters were dumb, with an extra special mention to the dumber than dumb heroine, the various situations these people got themselves into were really dumb and the story itself was just plain dumb. Apart from the cover and the title this book is bad stuff. If you’ve seen the Kutcher/Diaz flick “What Happens in Vegas” you’ve pretty much got the gist of the story, the only difference is that the movie was hilarious and this book is anything but. The heroine My god was this book ever dumb :-/ The characters were dumb, with an extra special mention to the dumber than dumb heroine, the various situations these people got themselves into were really dumb and the story itself was just plain dumb. Apart from the cover and the title this book is bad stuff. If you’ve seen the Kutcher/Diaz flick “What Happens in Vegas” you’ve pretty much got the gist of the story, the only difference is that the movie was hilarious and this book is anything but. The heroine is a ditz who’s trying desperately to escape her control freak parents so she decides to get married to change her name by tying the knot in Vegas with Jack the complete stranger. She’s another one of those 30 year old virgin panty soakers who says and does stupid things every time a sex scene rolls around. Out of nowhere she also gets a backbone and can run a complicated ranch business by looking at a few spreadsheets –riiight. Ms MBA is supposed to be book smart but I don’t know how someone can be book smart when they come across as TSTL too many times to count. She has sex with stranger Jack and forgets the condom –so does he and he’s been around the block lots of times (‘cause that’s an attractive feature to extol to someone you’ve done the horizontal mambo with only the second time ---ew) all because of the “passion” that’s just not there if you ask me. She’s the kind of broad who stamps her feet in annoyance with her hands on her hips like a two-year old when things don’t go her way. Some of the stupidest scenes include Ms Straight Laced going out not only commando in public but also in a tight sweater set without her bra on and she’s apparently booby girl –she feels so self-conscious about that and her general figure too and but she does it anyway. Totally unbelievable the way the story was set up. Another was this non-stop insecurity between the h/h constantly asking the other after sex “Did you like that? Tell me that you liked that baby? You liked that right? Tell me what you like?” hot and heavy panting surrounding all these scenes. Makes you want to holler “YES ALREADY! She/he liked that for friggin’ sake! Their eyes were rolling up in the back of their heads because you're such a god/goddess(!)” –pukeishly idiotic. There are lots of annoying stereotypes in this story too: slutty best friend sleeps with heroine’s dad, skanky mom whores around and doesn’t love TSTL heroine, women are too complicated and they run hot and cold for nothing, I love you but I just met you, I revel in playing Betty Crocker/Pollyanna/Molly Maid even though it’s completely out of character based on what the author wrote, I wonder what our babies will look like (**gush gush – spew spew more like it**), hero has sex with a virgin gets all possessive/protective (you’d think you were reading a medieval the way he was going on), sweetheart this sweetheart that right off the bat but they barely remember the other person’s name, and I could go on and on. So if you like stereotypical idiotic stories where just about everyone has a Look at me I am dumb sign plastered on their forehead in neon lights, then you have a good story here. As for me, it’s been a while since I’ve come across one of these “gems” but I have and it’s now the newest addition to the ol’ cootie-shelf.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Julie (jjmachshev)

    "Tequila Makes Her Clothes Fall Off" is the lead novel in Cara North's 'Country Music Collection' where the title of each book is also the title of a country and western song. This was my first western read by North and I enjoyed the story of a woman running away to take control of her life and finding love at her first stop. Bethany has had it. Her parents have always equated love with credit cards and shopping sprees, but never really cared about her. The final straw was when they 'arranged' he "Tequila Makes Her Clothes Fall Off" is the lead novel in Cara North's 'Country Music Collection' where the title of each book is also the title of a country and western song. This was my first western read by North and I enjoyed the story of a woman running away to take control of her life and finding love at her first stop. Bethany has had it. Her parents have always equated love with credit cards and shopping sprees, but never really cared about her. The final straw was when they 'arranged' her marriage as part of a business deal. So Bethany makes her plans and when she goes to Vegas for her bachelorette party, she puts her plan into action. Now, all she needs is to find someone to marry her...preferably tonight! Jack needs to find a wife and quick! He has to marry to get the money his grandfather set aside for him as he needs it to save his family's ranch. But where in the world is he going to find a woman who's willing to marry a stranger? Very funny read. Their relationship begins with a shot of tequila (thus the title) but quickly grows beyond what either was expecting. Bethany matures, and she does need it, and Jack has to learn to compromise a bit. There were a few irritants with editing and a couple of story gaps, but neither were enough to impact my enjoyment. I'll be looking forward to reading the next in this series "She Thinks My Tractor's Sexy" about the next Johnson brother. P.S. I'm also reading North's 'Beaufort' series...and loving it!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Christa

    I thoroughly enjoyed this sweet and erotic romance by Cara North. The hero and heroine were both genuinely nice people, and I enjoyed watching the relationship develop between them. The hero's brothers were very interesting minor characters, and I look forward to their stories. Bethany Dodson is desparate to escape her wealthy father and fiance. She has decided that marriage is the best way to start a new life, and she plans to find a man in Las Vegas, ply him with alcohol, and lure him into a we I thoroughly enjoyed this sweet and erotic romance by Cara North. The hero and heroine were both genuinely nice people, and I enjoyed watching the relationship develop between them. The hero's brothers were very interesting minor characters, and I look forward to their stories. Bethany Dodson is desparate to escape her wealthy father and fiance. She has decided that marriage is the best way to start a new life, and she plans to find a man in Las Vegas, ply him with alcohol, and lure him into a wedding ceremony. When she meets Jack Johnson in the hotel bar, she decides to spend an evening with this vitally attractive cowboy before carrying on with her plans. Unbeknown to Bethany, Jack is also in Las Vegas to find a spouse. In order to gain his inheritance, he must gain a wife and remain married for three months. The two head to Jack's room, but he hits the elevator button for the floor that lets them off at the wedding chapel. Not realizing she is playing into his hand, Bethany goads Jack into going through a wedding ceremony. After the ceremony, Jack and Bethany share a passionate night together before heading to his ranch in Montana. As they settle into a routine at the Johnson family ranch, Jack and Bethany each begin to realize that there is more between them than a great physical relationship, but they are both afraid to hope for more. Jack is upfront with Bethany and tells her why he married her so readily, but she doesn't reveal all of her secrets. For the first time in her life, Bethany learns what it is to be valued, and she pitches in and makes a place for herself on the ranch. Just after Jack and Bethany open up to one another about their deep feelings, the secrets she has not shared threaten to derail their relationship. Tequila Makes Her Clothes Fall Off is a cute but misleading title for this book. The name suggests a racy, risque heroine, which is not true of this story. Only with her husband does Bethany does shed her inhibitions and give her fantasies full rein. Although this was a very steamy book, the story was all about the tender romance and love that developed between Jack and Bethany. Their blossoming relationship was touching, and satisfying to read.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Beth

    With a humdinger for a title and glowing reviews from just about everyone else who’s read it, I was expecting this book to blow my pants off. Too bad, so sad because I thought this was seriously stupid. I got the version that was riddled with typos (Los Vegas, come on, are you fucking serious?!?!?) The premise was absurd and the characters never felt like real people to me. There were plenty of sex scenes which were basically the only thing the book had going for it but after awhile even those g With a humdinger for a title and glowing reviews from just about everyone else who’s read it, I was expecting this book to blow my pants off. Too bad, so sad because I thought this was seriously stupid. I got the version that was riddled with typos (Los Vegas, come on, are you fucking serious?!?!?) The premise was absurd and the characters never felt like real people to me. There were plenty of sex scenes which were basically the only thing the book had going for it but after awhile even those got boring because I couldn’t bring myself to actually care for either Jack or Bethany. Jack and Bethany both traveled to Los Vegas for the same reason: to seduce and marry a stranger. He needed a wife to secure an inheritance while she needed a husband and a name change in order to escape her wealthy, domineering family. They met in a cowboy bar and bonded over many, many shots of Patron. He was trying to get her drunk and she was trying to get him drunk but since both of them were entering this relationship with the tolerance of a 250-pound fraternity brother each had only a pleasant buzz when they left the dance floor and found themselves standing outside the Floating Chapel o’ Love to say “I do.” Up to this point I was very annoyed with the typos and mildly annoyed with the premise. But then we find out that Bethany is a 30-year-old virgin and the book lost me. I’m sorry, but no. Girlfriend went to college, can drink like a fish and her friends are skank bags. That is not the recipe for a 30-year-old virgin. Furthermore, she’s sort of cute with big boobs, a curvy figure and she’s a little worried that she might be fat even though she isn’t. It is a well known fact that women like that emit a frequency that can be sensed by the sonar of any horny male within a 1,000-foot radius. ::BEEP, BEEP, BEEP – cute and sort of insecure – BEEP, BEEP, BEEP – craves a boning – BEEP, BEEP, BEEP – easy target, sure thing – BEEP, BEEP, BEEP:: So whatever. They go to his room and she unsuccessfully tries to lie about being a virgin. He calls her on it and she convinces herself that his discovering her v-card will be grounds for divorce (?) and starts to panic. On the contrary, Bethany’s virgin poon hooks Jack almost instantly. He starts to feel possessive toward her and admits that after one night of sex with her he’s finally experienced the act of “making love”. *barfs* Anyway, after their hot and heavy wedding night comes to an end, Jack and Bethany openly discuss their reasons for getting married to each other and reach an agreement to stay married for three months which will be adequate time for Jack to secure his inheritance and for Bethany to find a job and save some money so she can establish a life of her own independent from her wealthy father. Sounds reasonable, right? Well, yeah, this is all well and good until you consider some facts: --Bethany has been socking away cash for the past decade and already has upwards of $250,000 in cash squirreled away. --Bethany has a cell phone which she not only keeps but continues to use so it isn’t like she is untraceable. Point being, I couldn’t help but wonder what in the hell she needed Jack for. People strike out on their own every day with a lot less than $250k at their disposal. The only reasonable explanation I could come up with is that Bethany must be Tooooooooo Stupid To Live. Is she so spineless and weak that she can’t figure out how to live without someone else’s guidance? Probably. But at least she has some good things going for her, such as... When Bethany and Jack go to his ranch the first time Bethany mouths off to his brothers which immediately earns their approval of her. And then she gives the dogs bacon so they love her too. Everybody just loves Bethany! It turns out she is also an Excel whiz and thanks to her MBA she solves in a single day some complicated ranching spreadsheets that have befuddled Jack for the past several months. Bethany is indispensable to the ranch! And then some other antics went down involving the grandfather's will and someone from Bethany's past and bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla bla. Ugh. No. Just no.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Kathrynn

    This was a nice, modern-day romance with neat characters that fell in love as the story progressed. It was a fluke that the two main characters, Jack and Bethany, ran into each other in Vegas. Both were there looking for a spouse for different reasons. They married and thought it was a temporary fix for both their personal problems and fell in love. They both learned about each other and grew up in the process. Something happened between chapters 14 and 15. A lot of time skipped by (two months) This was a nice, modern-day romance with neat characters that fell in love as the story progressed. It was a fluke that the two main characters, Jack and Bethany, ran into each other in Vegas. Both were there looking for a spouse for different reasons. They married and thought it was a temporary fix for both their personal problems and fell in love. They both learned about each other and grew up in the process. Something happened between chapters 14 and 15. A lot of time skipped by (two months) and looks like the book had a serious edit. Went from talking about reading the will to Bethany on a treasure hunt. There was another skip later in the book, too. I still enjoyed it! This story also sets up two other brothers, Heath and Jake, for their own books.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Splage

    What a bummer. I loved the title and the cover, but not the book. This book got really high ratings on Amazon which just amazes me. I thought the story had promise, but the author just missed communicating it to me. I am not going to go into the description of the storyline, but focus more on my feelings about the book.This might sound pretty critical or maybe I was just in a bad mood reading it, but I thought it was poorly written and developed with inconsistencies that got to me. For example I What a bummer. I loved the title and the cover, but not the book. This book got really high ratings on Amazon which just amazes me. I thought the story had promise, but the author just missed communicating it to me. I am not going to go into the description of the storyline, but focus more on my feelings about the book.This might sound pretty critical or maybe I was just in a bad mood reading it, but I thought it was poorly written and developed with inconsistencies that got to me. For example I might be being picky here but, the heroine, Bethany, was from one of the richest families in the country and she made a comment about her special sweater set she was wearing was from Ann Taylor like it was up there with Gucci or Chanel. Not that Ann Taylor isn't good clothes, heck I shop there, but I doubt the Gates', Hilton's, or Buffets are frequent shoppers of everyday mall stores. Another thing was she raved about was her top business school degree from OSU, I am a Big Ten college graduate so don't hate me for dissing OSU, but it isn't Harvard, Stanford or University of Penn, where the economically elite often go- especially a sheltered, rich girl like Bethany. There were more inconsistencies in the book which I felt lowered the credibility of the author. Regarding the story development, her parents were horrible, hated her, not a love bone in their bodies, why?? I am not sure- it seemed very cliched- and Bethany's whole conflict in the beginning of the book was to get away from her mean parents. The way she described them and the things they did I felt should have put them in jail-they should have been sterilized and not allowed to have kids because neither had a heart, but they were pillars of morality for America. This was basically given the space of a page and I needed more. I also didn't like Jack's family, lots of hints about their past problems, but they were just mean to each other. I don't think the author meant for them to come off this bad because she kept trying to give them some good qualities with a little blurb, but it didn't hit the mark for me.The dialog and scenes also seemed very rushed, lacked emotion, no anticipation. They would just spill everything and resolve it in the same paragraph it seemed. For example, Bethany was bored so she glanced at Jack's computer (it was in the room she was suppose to stay out of per Jack). She saw his business plan he had been working on forever for his ranch and because of her top notch business degree she solved all the problems by the time he returned that night. Yeah right! I also had a hard time following what was going on sometimes because the descriptions weren't clear. I had to reread paragraphs to figure out where some things were coming from.I gave it 2 stars instead of 1 because the sex scenes were amazing, for Bethany being a 30 year virgin she sure did her homework on the internet porn sites. Also I liked the characters, they were sweet and I rooted for their HEA, but underdeveloped.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Emily

    Bethany Dodson has not told the girls she is with for a bachelorette party in Vegas what her real plan for being there is. 1. Find a man to marry-even if she as to get him drunk in the process 2. Stay married for a few months 3. Find a job and become dependent on only herself. As luck would have it Montana cowboy, Jack Johnson, is in need of a wife as well. He needs his inheritance to put his ranch back on track. He doesn't know why Bethany needs to be married but he marries her and finds that his Bethany Dodson has not told the girls she is with for a bachelorette party in Vegas what her real plan for being there is. 1. Find a man to marry-even if she as to get him drunk in the process 2. Stay married for a few months 3. Find a job and become dependent on only herself. As luck would have it Montana cowboy, Jack Johnson, is in need of a wife as well. He needs his inheritance to put his ranch back on track. He doesn't know why Bethany needs to be married but he marries her and finds that his temporary wife is more than he bargained for, he likes her and as their marriage progresses he doesn't want to let her go. Delightful. This is one of those books that brings a smile to your face and doesn't let up. I am looking forward to the next book in this series. Chemistry off the chart and loved Jack, he was a charming character.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Julianna

    Reviewed for THC Reviews "2.5 stars" Every reader’s experience with any book they read is going to be unique, because each individual is unique and will most likely take something different away from it. I’d say that most often, however, my opinion of the books I read aligns with the majority of other reviewers in one way or another. Less frequently, but often enough, there are times when I think a book is generally underrated. I felt it was very well-written and enjoyable, deserving at least 4-5 Reviewed for THC Reviews "2.5 stars" Every reader’s experience with any book they read is going to be unique, because each individual is unique and will most likely take something different away from it. I’d say that most often, however, my opinion of the books I read aligns with the majority of other reviewers in one way or another. Less frequently, but often enough, there are times when I think a book is generally underrated. I felt it was very well-written and enjoyable, deserving at least 4-5 stars, while it has middling ratings overall from other readers. Then there are those very rare occasions, when I find a book that has high ratings overall, but it didn’t even come close to hitting that mark for me. Such was the case with Tequila Makes Her Clothes Fall Off. I honestly cannot figure out why it’s so highly rated. (At the time I’m writing this review, it currently has a 3.87 average at GoodReads and a whopping 4.3 average on Amazon.) Personally I couldn’t get through more than a paragraph or two, at most, without rolling my eyes at finding yet another mistake that never should have made it out of the editing phase, much less into full publication. And that doesn’t even count the deficiencies in character, relationship, and plot development. I’m not a particularly difficult reader to please. As long as a book is reasonably well-constructed and has a decent plot and relatable characters, I’m usually pretty happy. I also consider myself to be a generous rater, which is why you won’t find many books on my shelves that I rated less than 3 stars. But I’m afraid 2.5 stars is as generous a rating as I could muster for the hot mess that this book was. If you’ll bear with me, I’ll explain why, but be warned, this is going to get long-winded.:-) For starters, the basic premise of the story is a little out there. Both the hero and the heroine go to Las Vegas with the intention of entering into a quickie and temporary marriage, each for their own reasons. They end up getting married within probably less than an hour of meeting one another, after doing little more than sharing a few drinks and a couple of dances. This was already pushing the bounds of credibility for me, because even though they have reasons for doing so, they can’t possibly trust one another within mere minutes. How do they know that the other person isn’t a serial killer or have some other equally disturbing vice or even if they are a decent person, that they would be willing to part ways when they’ve each reached their goals? This is romance fantasy land, though, so I decided to brush aside these concerns and just go with the flow. Unfortunately things didn’t flow very well for me. Bethany went to Las Vegas with a group of girlfriends, allegedly for a bachelorette party, but she’s really trying to escape her wealthy controlling parents. All her life, she’s been little more than a trophy daughter to them. They never really showed her any love or affection, leaving all the care and raising of her to a nanny. Apparently her nanny was a good person, who did love her, but she’s the only one. After her parents basically “sell her off” in an engagement that’s little more than a business arrangement, Bethany decides to take matters into her own hands. She ditches her friends in Vegas, looking for a guy she can marry quickly, so that she can change her name, disappear, and never have to see her family again. Bethany has a sympathetic backstory that’s ripe for a deep exploration of her feelings and issues surrounding the way her parents treated her. She even mentioned that her fiancé had once hit her, so after the way she was treated by him and her father, I couldn’t understand how she could be so trusting of a man she didn’t even know. Also if her parents were as controlling as they seemed, she should have been fearful of them finding her, resentful and loathing of them and her former fiancé over their actions, hurt by their lack of care and concern for her and for treating her like nothing more than a business asset, and many other emotions, too. But none of this really materialized in any meaningful way. Instead her feelings are mostly just skimmed over or ignored altogether, so while I liked her OK, I never got that deep character perspective that I wanted. I liked Jack a little bit better than Bethany, but his character is also similarly underdeveloped. His reasons for the quickie wedding were murky at best. He says he needs to get married to collect the inheritance left to him by his grandfather, but that he wanted the money to reinvigorate the family ranch into the dude ranch it once was doesn’t become clear until much later. He has two older brothers, who also live on the ranch and help with its upkeep, as well as a married younger sister who’s invested in the ranch, too, so why he’s the one who had to sacrifice to make this dream happen was never clear. Not to mention, the way things played out with the will in the end, made this seem like nothing more than a weak, convenient plot device. Jack looks to his grandparents as a measure of what a good relationship looks like, but with his parents having a rough marriage and watching his brother get married only to have his bride leave on their wedding night, it seems like he might have a few issues surrounding women and might be more cautious when it comes to giving his trust. Jack was something of a playboy before embarking on this adventure, never lacking for female companionship, but he turns into the perfect husband pretty much overnight. However, I will admit that the strength of Jack’s character is in his kind nature. He’s what I would call a gamma hero, a nice mix of rugged, protective alpha, and easy-going, loving beta, who doesn’t mind doing things that many men wouldn’t do. He’s also a sexy and generous lover. I very much liked Jack for as well as I got to know him, but it wasn’t as well as I would have liked. Both Jack and Bethany have very inconsistent emotions and thought processes that could be frustrating to read at times. They can both get upset over something in an instant and then two pages later be OK with it. For example, the morning after they're married Jack mentions to Bethany that he was originally intending to marry his high-school girlfriend in Vegas, which sends Bethany into a jealous fit. She jumps to wild conclusions without ever giving him the chance to explain further. Not to mention she just met the guy and barely even knows him, so how can she be jealous? Then she simply gets over it with little explanation. A number of similar instances exactly like this happened all throughout the story. As as aside here, Jack and Bethany's communication was terrible, because when these moment occur and the one person jumps to conclusions, the other one does little to try to dispel their incorrect notions. Another example of inconsistency is Jack’s feelings for Bethany. The day after they're married, he thinks he might be in love with her already, which is very much stretching the bounds of credibility. But then a day or so later, he verbally insists that he's not in love with her. Then a short time later, he is again, then not, and so on. I think he changed his mind back and forth about a half dozen times, which was giving me whiplash. Another thing that bothered me with regards to this is that their emotions in general were underdeveloped, which is probably why their characters seemed so underdeveloped as well. Every once in a while a poignantly revealing moment would occur, which easily could have been very emotional for the reader, too, but the poignancy was dampened by the fact that there hadn’t been much, if any introspective thought processes to get them there. It’s like the journey from point A to point B was just skipped over, which is frustrating to me as a reader. I want to see how they got there and the difficulties they had to go through. This is an erotic romance, so typically, if nothing else, I can console myself with some hot sexy times. I will give the author credit for writing some fairly creative love scenes, laced with variety that didn’t get stale. However, even they were far from perfect for me. For probably about half the book, the sex scenes were little more than just sex, with little to no emotional connection. At first it’s merely this crazy business arrangement, then right after they get to Jack’s ranch, Bethany goes through a “no touching” phase that I didn’t really understand. She was OK with having sex, but she didn’t want Jack to touch her in a loving or intimate way outside of sex. It seemed to perhaps be rooted in the lack of affection in her family, but if so, this would have been a great character-building moment that didn’t happen. Then she simply gets over it without any explanation like everything else. Even once the emotional connection of the love scenes improved for me, the general awkward wording present throughout the entire book, not to mention the clinical wording of certain body parts, lessened their impact on me and at times, made parts of these scenes unappealing. I want to read a sexy romance novel, not a medical textbook. Lastly, and the biggest thing that made this book such chore to read was that the mechanics of the author’s writing needed to go back to square one for a massive overhaul. For starters, there are grammatical and punctuation errors galore, numerous incorrectly conjugated verbs, and not nearly enough contractions, making both the dialogue and prose very stilted. I couldn’t seem to read more than a few pages at a time without encountering an awkward or downright confusingly worded passage. Here are a few examples: When Jack and Bethany go out to a restaurant for dinner, we get this line: “Fried foods and fresh vegetables filled the air, making her mouth water.” Um… maybe the scent of fried foods and vegetables filled the air, but the way this is worded makes it sound like fried chicken and veggies are floating all over the place. Not to mention, the greasy odor of fried foods is definitely going to overpower the much milder scent of vegetables. Or how about these couple of gems from the same love scene, two paragraphs apart from one another: “… he liked this position, deep, her womb tight around his cock…” and “She groaned as he hit her uterus with the head of his cock.” First of all, ouch! And second of all, no… heaven help me, just NO! Both these sentences exhibit a lack of basic knowledge of human anatomy. Ugh! Then there’s this sentence, where Jack explains the stipulation in his grandfather’s will regarding when he and his siblings can collect their inheritance: “We have to be over twenty-five, married, or wait until our sixtieth birthday." This made absolutely no sense. Jack is already 33, and his sister, though only 19, is married and they still don’t have their inheritance. Not to mention how can someone be over 25 and still have to wait until they're 60. I suspect the author meant over 25 AND married OR wait until 60 (which is a pretty silly stipulation in the first place, though I won’t waste any more time on that), but that's not what it said, which made it incredibly confusing. More awkwardness and confusion of the same sort abounds throughout the entire book. In addition to the plethora of errors and strange wording, the POVs frequently switch back and forth, and one time, it even changed in the middle of a paragraph. This made it extremely difficult to tell whose perspective I was reading. This problem isn't helped by the fact that one character's dialogue is constantly being run together with the other character's introspection, which should have been separated by a paragraph break. Incorrectly placed dialogue tags only added to the issue, because I often had to scan ahead several lines to figure out who was speaking. The author sometimes throws out names with no explanation of who they are until after the fact. There are also passages that needed a whole lot more details to clarify what's going on and to be able to visualize it in my mind's eye, while in other places there were unnecessary excess words that if edited out would have tightened up the prose. In short, the construction of the story is simply one big hot mess that added up to me reading the entire story with my metaphorical red editor’s pen poised over the page, which is never a good thing. I place some responsibility for this on the author, because any writer worth their salt should be able to self-edit a book far better than this. However, the ultimate responsibility for releasing the book to readers in this sorry state rests squarely on the publisher's shoulders. Either they didn't edit it at all, which is my guess, or the editor they used was completely incompetent. I hate to use such a harsh word in my review, but it really is that bad. This book reads more like a first draft that was hurriedly written than a complete and polished manuscript. Readers – or at least this reader – have every expectation of getting a quality product when they pick up a book, but this is the most sub-standard book I can ever recall reading that was actually vetted by a publisher first. The publisher should hang their head in shame for putting out such a shoddy product for public consumption. There's no excuse for it. Whew! OK, end rant.:-) Bottom line, I liked Jack and Bethany pretty well as the hero and heroine. In general, they seemed like nice characters, and they certainly didn’t do anything to piss me off, so that’s a plus and the main reason I bumped the rating to 2.5 when I’d been thinking about only giving it 2 stars. Even with the weaknesses in character, relationship, and plot development, I’m certain I would have enjoyed the story well enough to be able to give it at least a 3-star, if not higher rating, if only the nuts and bolts of the writing itself had been vastly improved and it had gone through a serious editing process with an actual professional. As is, though, I'm extremely glad I borrowed this book from the library and didn't pay for it. But I feel bad for anyone who did, because they definitely didn't get their money's worth, IMHO. Tequila Makes Her Clothes Fall Off is the first book in Cara North’s Country Music/Montana Cowboys series. Book #2, She Thinks My Tractor’s Sexy is about the reunion of Jack’s oldest brother, Heath, and Chance, the woman who left him, while book #3, One Hot Momma, is about their middle brother, Rafe, and Layla, a woman whom he shamelessly follows around like a lost puppy in this book. Unfortunately, even though there were some things that I liked about Jack’s brothers, Tequila Makes Her Clothes Fall Off was far too frustrating of a read for me to have any interest in continuing with the series. Note: This book contains explicit language and sexual situations, including public sex acts, anal sex, a little bit of role playing, and a small amount of spanking, which some readers may find offensive.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Jane Stewart

    Fluffy and sweet, ok but not great, includes a lot of bedroom scenes. STORY BRIEF: Bethany is the only child of a wealthy business man and his trophy wife. Her parents gave her money and things but never time or love. Her father arranged a marriage for Bethany and Douglas, for the purpose of a business merger. Bethany does not like Douglas and goes to Las Vegas with the intent of running away from her parents. She wants to get a job and live independently. Jack and his siblings inherited a large ra Fluffy and sweet, ok but not great, includes a lot of bedroom scenes. STORY BRIEF: Bethany is the only child of a wealthy business man and his trophy wife. Her parents gave her money and things but never time or love. Her father arranged a marriage for Bethany and Douglas, for the purpose of a business merger. Bethany does not like Douglas and goes to Las Vegas with the intent of running away from her parents. She wants to get a job and live independently. Jack and his siblings inherited a large ranch in Montana. They will each receive money after being married for three months. Jack needs money to develop and run the ranch, so he goes to Las Vegas hoping to find someone to marry him for a short time. They meet. They marry. They actually get along great. The major conflict is Bethany doing an approach/avoidance. She fears intimacy because she doesn’t want to get hurt after he divorces her in three months. She welcomes the physical interaction but is closed up emotionally. A second plot involves what happens with Bethany’s former fiancé. REVIEWER’S OPINION: This was ok, not great. I had no major problems with it. I see it as a beach read where you don’t mind being interrupted. It’s a sweet, feel good story with nice characters, almost too sweet. Nice things happen. Bethany finds freedom to be herself, think, do and contribute. She has impressive business acumen. She was also silly and irresponsible. Jack is the kind of guy most women love: respectful, devoted to her and gorgeous. There is a lot of descriptive sex, including rear door activity. DATA: Story length: 284 pages. Sexual language: strong. Number of sex scenes: 10. Total number of sex scene pages: 65. Setting: current day Las Vegas, Nevada, and Montana. Copyright: 2007. Genre: erotic contemporary romance.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Inara

    ...or the astonishing change from virgin to sex kitten... That pretty much sums this story up.. ;-D I liked the book no kidding! Although the plot didn´t sweep me off my feet there were many hot and steamy sex scenes...admittedly without them the book would have been rather short. But Bethany and Jack, the two main characters were likeable and amusing although Bethany seemed to be a bit selfish at times and wasn´t very considerate about Jack´s feelings but nonetheless the two where a hot couple and ...or the astonishing change from virgin to sex kitten... That pretty much sums this story up.. ;-D I liked the book no kidding! Although the plot didn´t sweep me off my feet there were many hot and steamy sex scenes...admittedly without them the book would have been rather short. But Bethany and Jack, the two main characters were likeable and amusing although Bethany seemed to be a bit selfish at times and wasn´t very considerate about Jack´s feelings but nonetheless the two where a hot couple and there will come steam from the pages when you open up the book - so be careful if you wear glasses there could be temporary low visibility! I enjoyed reading this book and if you don´t expect a profound character sketch you will have as much fun as I had reading this story! And – I´m still trying to figure out where I could find a man like Jack for myself.. maybe a trip to Las Vegas is in order...??

  14. 4 out of 5

    Ni_kii

    This review can also be found at http://scorchingbookreviews.blogspot.com. "Why didn't you tell me you were a virgin?" "What makes you think I was?" Bethany continued to lazily stroke his head. "You had a maidenhead. There's probably blood between us right now." He watched her easy smile fade; then her face screwed up in defiance "What the hell is a Maidenhead?" (Yes this is an actual line from our Hero.....Surprisingly he grew in my estimations over the course of the plot :D) So I decided at my b This review can also be found at http://scorchingbookreviews.blogspot.com. "Why didn't you tell me you were a virgin?" "What makes you think I was?" Bethany continued to lazily stroke his head. "You had a maidenhead. There's probably blood between us right now." He watched her easy smile fade; then her face screwed up in defiance "What the hell is a Maidenhead?" (Yes this is an actual line from our Hero.....Surprisingly he grew in my estimations over the course of the plot :D) So I decided at my blog to do a month dedicated to cowboy's to fit in with the fact I WILL be reading Lorelei James new book:D This book had been on my to-read pile for a while; the title appealed to me and I had heard some good things from reviewer's whose opinion I have come to trust. Bethany visits Vegas on her Hen party. After finding out her husband to be is a lot of an idiot, she decides that what she needs is out of the toxic relationship. Deciding that she needs to find "a real man" and have some hot sex she heads to a bar. There she meets Jack, a tall and dark Cowboy, who needs to be married in order to gain his inheritance. He doesn't bother to tell her they need to be married until after lot's of steamy sex (in a lift, in a vending area, in a hotel suite.......it was surprising they didn't end up with friction burns by the end of this book) and a shot-gun wedding. With a new last name, and husband, Bethany ends up as far away from her upper class upbringing as is humanly possible when she agrees to remain married to Jack for the 3 month period required by his Grandfathers' will. She ends up with 2 new-brothers in-law as housemates, 2 great dane puppies and a husband who seemingly doesn't know what to do with her. He end's up with an insatiable sex addict who wriggles herself into his family and turns his preconceptions of love and marriage upside down. Neither expect, or want, to fall in love but, of course, they do. Honestly I started this book and thought it was the biggest pile of tosh I had ever read. The writing didn't flow and the e-copy I had was full of typo's and formatting errors. By chapter 2 I was hooked. The writing started to flow better, along with being incredibly entertaining, and the characters were slowly worming themselves into my heart. Jack is a gruff cowboy who doesn't know quite what to do with Bethany or his feeling's toward's her. She didn't tell him she was a virgin, she is completely sexually unihibited, she is smart enough to sort out his finances and he enjoys himself when he's with her. He can't help but start to fall for her which, of course, means he starts to push her away. She has agreed to stay for the 3 month's but, as far as he is aware, that is all she is staying for. He has a shining example in his gruff (yet adorable) brother Heath of what can happen when one person is in love and the other isn't. Bethany has no such fears. She falls for Jack quickly, and tells him so at one point, but is willing to take this one day at a time. After several mis-understandings (including Bethanys ass of a fiance showing up) they of course get their HEA. The main part of this book is sex. There is lots and lots of sex. There is lift sex, outdoor sex, a blow-job scene(which completely obliterates the laws of the road), a shower scene, role-playing games, anal sex..........she went from virgin to Little Miss Kinky in around a week! The scenes are absolutely smoking. The author doesn't shy away from the graphic detail, but laces it with enough emotion to make the pages sizzle. I particulary enjoyed the dirty-talk that punctuated all their sex scenes and the apple-thief sex-fantasy.....I don't think I have read book where there was so much FUN in sex for two characters. Normally it's all dark and intense with sweat and groaning but these were two people who enjoyed the variation and experimentation aspects of the bedroom. The side-characters were engaging and played a their own part in pushing the story forward. Rafe (who is described by Bethany as like a "girlfriend") is the charming brother who is basically actively stalking a female who isn't giving him a lot back. Heath is the gruff brother whose wife left him on their wedding day (I see his book being brilliant :D) We see a little bit of his sister and her husband, although I think because they don't have their own book, we will probably learn more about them as the series progresss. I loved this book but the typo's got on my nerves. Because of this, and the opening scene which didn't work for me, I have to give it 4 stars. Do read it.....It's a fabulous read and a good example of how a book can be erotic without being meaningless, mechanical sex!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Heather in FL

    Well I think this book is mis-titled because tequila doesn't play much of a role in this book at all. But I'm not gonna complain. The title got my attention, the blurb a little bit more attention. If the book had been titled this way but the blurb was not my thing, the title wouldn't have swayed me. But I digress.... This was really cute. A twist on the strangers-marry-in-Vegas story. In this case, one is trying to run from money by marrying someone other than her fiance, the other is trying to g Well I think this book is mis-titled because tequila doesn't play much of a role in this book at all. But I'm not gonna complain. The title got my attention, the blurb a little bit more attention. If the book had been titled this way but the blurb was not my thing, the title wouldn't have swayed me. But I digress.... This was really cute. A twist on the strangers-marry-in-Vegas story. In this case, one is trying to run from money by marrying someone other than her fiance, the other is trying to get his inheritance by marrying someone and staying married for three months. Oh, and the girl is a virgin: if anyone ever came near her in the past, her father would buy them off to stay away from her. See, he needed her for business purposes, and when the right business deal came along in the form of someone just like him, he agreed to the marriage. Rich bastard. You can't sell your daughter!! Duh! (And we wonder why she's running?) Anyhoo... that's exactly what Beth's dad tried to do, and she knew her life would be miserable, so she plotted her escape. She thought she got Jack drunk on Patron. Who knew he could hold his liquor as well as she could? She basically dared him to get married, and he went for it... sober. And then we had the consummation, during which he figured out she was a virgin and he freaked just a little bit. Not so freaked out he didn't want to do it again that night. :-) Anyway, after telling her friends off the following morning, Bethany went with Jack to Montana to his family's ranch. And she fell in love. With his truck, with his dogs, with his family, with ranch life.... with him. And even though Jack had really only seen the negative effects of love through his mother and then his brother's wife, he ultimately succumbed as well. Bethany and Jack were so cute together. A bit insatiable as well. I thought it was great that even though Jack was experienced, they were able to do things together that he'd never experienced or wanted to experience with anyone else. And her education in business came in very handy with helping the siblings form a plan to really use their ranch the way they'd wanted to, but just didn't have the direction in the past. All in all a really cute, sexy story. I know there's going to have to be some reconciliation between Heath and Chance, and I have a feeling Chance will become the ranch's new chef now that she's back in town. And something's going to have to give with Rafe's situation, so I look forward to the next one!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Christel

    I loved this one and the sex was HOT, NUCLEAR HOT.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Beth Yarnall

    The base of the romance was pretty good but the over all story could have been better. What really made this an enjoyable read were the main characters Jack and Bethany. They have chemistry, are fun, sweet and are really terrific together. As far as erotica goes this one's done well. The love scenes were hot although I have to say that the back door action was not to my taste BUT it was written in very well. I especially liked the role playing they did and how much they enjoyed each other as a m The base of the romance was pretty good but the over all story could have been better. What really made this an enjoyable read were the main characters Jack and Bethany. They have chemistry, are fun, sweet and are really terrific together. As far as erotica goes this one's done well. The love scenes were hot although I have to say that the back door action was not to my taste BUT it was written in very well. I especially liked the role playing they did and how much they enjoyed each other as a married couple. I was really happy to see these two get their happily ever after.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Tina "IRead2Escape"

    Justa really sweet, quick read. I love that Bethany was a real woman, curves and all. I love that Jack appreciated Bethany for the woman she is.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Toni (U.A.C.)

    I don't have anything witty to say, I just liked it. It was good. I don't have anything witty to say, I just liked it. It was good.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Connie

    It was OK I like the title of the book more than the story! Rich girl running from her overbearing family and her abusive ex-fiancee. Handsome cowboy, Jack, needs a wife, for 3 months, to receive his inheritance so he can save his Montana ranch. Ironically, it turns out, his grandpa tricked the whole family and Jack and Bethany didn't have to get married. Bummer! It was OK I like the title of the book more than the story! Rich girl running from her overbearing family and her abusive ex-fiancee. Handsome cowboy, Jack, needs a wife, for 3 months, to receive his inheritance so he can save his Montana ranch. Ironically, it turns out, his grandpa tricked the whole family and Jack and Bethany didn't have to get married. Bummer!

  21. 4 out of 5

    Judith

    4.25 out of 5. Such a fun read, and one that I hadn't found until just recently. Bringing together two people who marry out of necessity and then allowing the reader to watch that relationship simmer, wax and wane with the introduction of additional characters into their stories is one of those kinds of romances that keeps me glued to this genre. Contemporary, to be sure, as it deals with the insecurities that so many women must face, some brought into their lives because of the emotional neglec 4.25 out of 5. Such a fun read, and one that I hadn't found until just recently. Bringing together two people who marry out of necessity and then allowing the reader to watch that relationship simmer, wax and wane with the introduction of additional characters into their stories is one of those kinds of romances that keeps me glued to this genre. Contemporary, to be sure, as it deals with the insecurities that so many women must face, some brought into their lives because of the emotional neglect of others, and some because our culture says that beauty consists of blonde, tall, svelt, long-legged, perfect teeth, sexy voice, and fashion model clothes. Short, brunette, curvy, voluptuous, and dressing like a tasty cupcake can bring on a sure case of the insecurities. Ms North has told a story that is compelling in its subject matter and riveting in its writing style and flow. This is a book that genuine lovers of romance fiction will read and re-read.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Brei

    Tequila Makes Her Clothes Fall Off is a cute Romantic Erotica about heiress Bethany Dodson, shes being used by her family in an arranged marriage for a business deal, she decides to escape going to Las Vegas with her friends, and I use that term loosely, for her bachelorette party. While there she plans to find herself a husband so she can have a change of name, then move on with her life away from her family. What she didn’t expect was that Jack Johnson needed a wife just as much as she needed Tequila Makes Her Clothes Fall Off is a cute Romantic Erotica about heiress Bethany Dodson, shes being used by her family in an arranged marriage for a business deal, she decides to escape going to Las Vegas with her friends, and I use that term loosely, for her bachelorette party. While there she plans to find herself a husband so she can have a change of name, then move on with her life away from her family. What she didn’t expect was that Jack Johnson needed a wife just as much as she needed a husband. He needed to marry, and stay married for 3 months to gain his inheritance, what neither of them bargained for was to fall in love. It was a really sweet story, about two people who were nothing alike finding balance, the sex scenes were steamy and inventive, I enjoyed this book, and look forward to reading more from the author.

  23. 5 out of 5

    LaurLa

    Just meh. The title made it sound way more fun that it actually was. My biggest problem was the heroine was kind of all over the place - I never really got a handle on her. She was strong, though and I did like that she didn't put up with crap. She was a poor little rich girl but she didn't sit back and let life happen. She knew she wanted out and made it happen, even if it took awhile for her to get there. And the smexy times were really good! I'd read more just for that!! Just meh. The title made it sound way more fun that it actually was. My biggest problem was the heroine was kind of all over the place - I never really got a handle on her. She was strong, though and I did like that she didn't put up with crap. She was a poor little rich girl but she didn't sit back and let life happen. She knew she wanted out and made it happen, even if it took awhile for her to get there. And the smexy times were really good! I'd read more just for that!!

  24. 4 out of 5

    Lai

    I thought this book was really cute. I loved how in the beginning, they both had an ulterior motive for the marriage and were able to grow and learn more about each other. I think the heroine needed a good strong man to show her that she wasn't lacking. And it was nice to see the hero see that he needed to grow up. I thought this book was really cute. I loved how in the beginning, they both had an ulterior motive for the marriage and were able to grow and learn more about each other. I think the heroine needed a good strong man to show her that she wasn't lacking. And it was nice to see the hero see that he needed to grow up.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Nichole

    The Montana Country Men grabbed my heart! Jack Johnson was a gentle giant who fell in love/lust with Bethany Dobson. Now they both have secrets as to why they need each other. Once revealed can they hold on to each other? Great story! Had more hooked from page one. Can't wait to read Rafe and Heath's stories The Montana Country Men grabbed my heart! Jack Johnson was a gentle giant who fell in love/lust with Bethany Dobson. Now they both have secrets as to why they need each other. Once revealed can they hold on to each other? Great story! Had more hooked from page one. Can't wait to read Rafe and Heath's stories

  26. 5 out of 5

    Doug

    This is a delightful romp. The characters are well written, interesting, and fun to hang out with. I enjoyed it thoroughly. I would love to hear what happens with Jack's two brothers and his sister. I sure hope there will be sequels. This is a delightful romp. The characters are well written, interesting, and fun to hang out with. I enjoyed it thoroughly. I would love to hear what happens with Jack's two brothers and his sister. I sure hope there will be sequels.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Sassafrass

    I was attracted this book because of the title. I've been known to have the same side effect from tequila *blush*. But this was absolutely ADORABLE! It was really cute. A little predictable, but enjoyable nonetheless. I want to read the rest of the series now. :) I was attracted this book because of the title. I've been known to have the same side effect from tequila *blush*. But this was absolutely ADORABLE! It was really cute. A little predictable, but enjoyable nonetheless. I want to read the rest of the series now. :)

  28. 4 out of 5

    Ngaio

    I liked this book so much more than i thought i would! theres romance there as well as hot scenes and there are some really funny parts which is not what i expected. Great Book, will continue the series!

  29. 4 out of 5

    Hana

    It was really horrible - the writing was so shallow it nearly made me cry and I just had to skim the pages in order to give the book a chance. Don't understand why it is labelled as comedy since there was no humor at all. A complete waste of paper, time and money. It was really horrible - the writing was so shallow it nearly made me cry and I just had to skim the pages in order to give the book a chance. Don't understand why it is labelled as comedy since there was no humor at all. A complete waste of paper, time and money.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Kelly

    This is an e-book and my computer crashed, so I can't finish it. I liked the first couple of chapters, but that is all I was able to read. This is an e-book and my computer crashed, so I can't finish it. I liked the first couple of chapters, but that is all I was able to read.

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