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With proportions that would make Xena weep, Jacqueline Frazier despairs of ever finding a lover she can’t intimidate. Until the day she ignores an itty-bitty warning regarding the use of a family heirloom, and finds herself swept off her feet by a knight in not so shining armor, back to the twelfth century. Forced to accept the protection and sexual attentions of the overb With proportions that would make Xena weep, Jacqueline Frazier despairs of ever finding a lover she can’t intimidate. Until the day she ignores an itty-bitty warning regarding the use of a family heirloom, and finds herself swept off her feet by a knight in not so shining armor, back to the twelfth century. Forced to accept the protection and sexual attentions of the overbearing, beast of a man, Rufus of Rathburn, Jacq struggles to find her place in the past while searching for a way back to the future. In the meantime, she aids Rufus’s war cause with a little 21st century ingenuity. Nothing like shaking up the warlord with lessons in bomb-making, guerilla tactics, and the Joys of Sex. At first unwilling, and downright ungrateful, Rufus begins to see merit in Jacq’s odd ways. Through Jacq’s eccentricities and willfulness, Rufus learns she is a woman to be reckoned with, not to mention she is a lusty handful in bed. Will his admiration of her cunning, strength and uninhibited sexuality grow into a love that breaks the barriers of time? And will their love be strong enough for Jacq to plot a different future in the past?

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With proportions that would make Xena weep, Jacqueline Frazier despairs of ever finding a lover she can’t intimidate. Until the day she ignores an itty-bitty warning regarding the use of a family heirloom, and finds herself swept off her feet by a knight in not so shining armor, back to the twelfth century. Forced to accept the protection and sexual attentions of the overb With proportions that would make Xena weep, Jacqueline Frazier despairs of ever finding a lover she can’t intimidate. Until the day she ignores an itty-bitty warning regarding the use of a family heirloom, and finds herself swept off her feet by a knight in not so shining armor, back to the twelfth century. Forced to accept the protection and sexual attentions of the overbearing, beast of a man, Rufus of Rathburn, Jacq struggles to find her place in the past while searching for a way back to the future. In the meantime, she aids Rufus’s war cause with a little 21st century ingenuity. Nothing like shaking up the warlord with lessons in bomb-making, guerilla tactics, and the Joys of Sex. At first unwilling, and downright ungrateful, Rufus begins to see merit in Jacq’s odd ways. Through Jacq’s eccentricities and willfulness, Rufus learns she is a woman to be reckoned with, not to mention she is a lusty handful in bed. Will his admiration of her cunning, strength and uninhibited sexuality grow into a love that breaks the barriers of time? And will their love be strong enough for Jacq to plot a different future in the past?

30 review for Jacq's Warlord

  1. 5 out of 5

    ValerieC

    4.5 stars!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Loved this book! Time traveling heroine Hunky knight warrior hero Funny sub-characters Bad guys (of course!) Wonderful ending!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Betty

    This book grabbed my attention in the first page and keep it throughout the book. Our heroine and very modern woman, Jacq Frazier, is thrown back in time to the middle ages. She is rescued by Rufus, who is gorgeous and definately an alpha hero. He is also a fine example of a man from the middle ages who believes in male superiority. The action is fast paced which helps to increase the sexual tension between Jacq and Rufus. A great read and a book that I hated to put down. I will definately be re This book grabbed my attention in the first page and keep it throughout the book. Our heroine and very modern woman, Jacq Frazier, is thrown back in time to the middle ages. She is rescued by Rufus, who is gorgeous and definately an alpha hero. He is also a fine example of a man from the middle ages who believes in male superiority. The action is fast paced which helps to increase the sexual tension between Jacq and Rufus. A great read and a book that I hated to put down. I will definately be reading more from these fine authors.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Barbara ★

    I liked this one though parts of it were a tad bit unrealistic. I liked both Rufus and Jacq and enjoyed their interactions. Though honestly they had some wild sex for a medieval time period (hence the unrealistic).

  4. 4 out of 5

    Nickcole

    Stars: 5 Overall: Jacq is a Xena type fighter in the renaissance fair and she can kick any man's ass with one hand tied behind her back. She gets home one evening and there is a package waiting for her from her late Aunt that she has only met once. Inside the package is an a beautifully wooden carved box and a very ancient book with prayers written in it. There is one that catches her eye and the next day when she has to be the minstrel she recites this prater and is transported back in time. Ruf Stars: 5 Overall: Jacq is a Xena type fighter in the renaissance fair and she can kick any man's ass with one hand tied behind her back. She gets home one evening and there is a package waiting for her from her late Aunt that she has only met once. Inside the package is an a beautifully wooden carved box and a very ancient book with prayers written in it. There is one that catches her eye and the next day when she has to be the minstrel she recites this prater and is transported back in time. Rufus notices a woman in the middle of the battlefield and goes to save her and when he gets a real good look at her, there is something that instantly attracts him to her and this starts their "love" connection. Jacq believes that she is equal to any man and Rufus feels like she needs to protect her from herself and any dangers out there. But soon Rufus realizes that their is more to Jacq then he original thought. They have a lot of moments were they go back and forth, but in the end they both find true love in each other and truly the ending was MAGIC. Pros: Jacq has the attitude that every female would want. She was tough, strong, fearless and above all sensual when needed. At first I wasn't sure if I was going to love her character, but after one chapter I knew she was the type of female that I needed in my book life. I really loved the banter between Rufus and Jacq, I would've loved to have been there in person for one of the fights. Also the side character were so much fun and just the extra touch this book needed. Cons: I don't really have any cons with this book. I really just enjoyed the crap out of it. Characters: Rufus and Jacq Page Turner: Oh yes! Series Cont: I hope so! Recommend: YES! YES! YES!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Miku

    Jacq's Warlord was a refreshing read for me. I picked this book because of its time travel theme where the female was sent back to the past. Compared to the other books I had read with time-travel theme this is the first book I had read where the heroine Jacqueline or Jacq for short receive a magical book that can grant wishes from her aunt which she really didn't get to know. After reading the words in book out loud for her play she opened a portal in a way that connected her time with the past. Jacq's Warlord was a refreshing read for me. I picked this book because of its time travel theme where the female was sent back to the past. Compared to the other books I had read with time-travel theme this is the first book I had read where the heroine Jacqueline or Jacq for short receive a magical book that can grant wishes from her aunt which she really didn't get to know. After reading the words in book out loud for her play she opened a portal in a way that connected her time with the past. I like the flow of story and I love the heroine a lot for how fierce she is and didn't really back down and how I felt that she was really a match for Rufus. Despite Rufus being a man from the past where all men are dominant I like how he listens to Jacq's opinions. I especially like the part where she trained his soldiers like a military. I felt that Jacq was very much a modern woman and love how strong spirited she is that she can stand up for herself with a big giant like Rufus and I like how she handles the situation. How she came up a plan to help Rufus and how he just left her in Rathburn and let her manage the whole place and how she protected Rathburn from invaders and let's not forget how she trained the women how to fight. I can't explain how much I enjoyed the book. There was just so much going on in it and how the story was well written and well thought of was just great and would definitely re-read this book again. Recommend it to all who loves #Romance #Time-Travel #kick-ass heroine #alpha male #HeroineGoingToThePast. I especially like the ending where Jacq planned to go back to home when Rufus barged in. It was just memorable and so cute!!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Carmen

    I normally don't write reviews but this book certainly deserves one! I stumbled upon this book in a list and decided to give it a try. I'm ashamed to say I wasn't expecting much of it since I just wanted something to pass the time. OH HOW WRONG I WAS! This is definitely a page turner! If you love romance novels like I do, then you'll find no fault in this one. The heroine is lovable, courageous (but not stupid), she's also not a 'real beauty' but her character makes her truly beautiful, but most I normally don't write reviews but this book certainly deserves one! I stumbled upon this book in a list and decided to give it a try. I'm ashamed to say I wasn't expecting much of it since I just wanted something to pass the time. OH HOW WRONG I WAS! This is definitely a page turner! If you love romance novels like I do, then you'll find no fault in this one. The heroine is lovable, courageous (but not stupid), she's also not a 'real beauty' but her character makes her truly beautiful, but most of all she's not afraid of standing up for herself even when she knows the odds are against her. All in all she's a very admirable woman and it's a shame most romances don't have such an endearing heroine. The hero was great too -as heroes are expected to be- he wasn't an overwhelming jerk and even though he was a twelfth century man who was set in his ways, he accepted the heroine's 'manly' *coughs* normal woman's from this century ways *coughs*. But that's enough about the characters, I don't want to spoil your fun! The writing flowed easily and at no point did I feel the story dragged on. The dual POV (although mainly feminine) was a plus since the main characters were not always together and it helped to give us a glimpse of what the other was going through. I specially loved the ending, it was very sweet. (view spoiler)[I loved it when the dad arrived -it even made me tear up a bit- since it was obvious that being away from him, leaving him as she did was her only regret (hide spoiler)] .

  7. 4 out of 5

    Tai

    Though I usually enjoy everything Delilah Devlin writes, for the first time I was actually disappointed with one of her books. It was well written and started off good, but I kept getting annoyed by the main character. With Jacq being a scholar and history buff, I had hoped to avoid many of the clichés that time travel romances tend to have, chiefly the ones involving the modern females finding themselves in trouble or silly situations due to not fully understanding their "roles" back in the pas Though I usually enjoy everything Delilah Devlin writes, for the first time I was actually disappointed with one of her books. It was well written and started off good, but I kept getting annoyed by the main character. With Jacq being a scholar and history buff, I had hoped to avoid many of the clichés that time travel romances tend to have, chiefly the ones involving the modern females finding themselves in trouble or silly situations due to not fully understanding their "roles" back in the past. However, despite all of her knowledge, page after page had me rolling my eyes in frustration at all of her antics and stubbornness. It took every bit of realism out of the story for me (well, as much realism as a time traveling romance story could have). Overall, I did like the story, I just wish that I could have loved it.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Josephine

    It was nice, but the characters just didn't resonate with me. I found the heroine to be too contradictory, capitulating so easily after an argument (good god woman, don't jump into bed with the asshole when he's treating you like property). In regards to the hero, I struggled to find redeeming qualities in his character. He was just too overbearing (honestly, I would've picked Donald over Rufus since he seemed the least medieval in his treatment of women).

  9. 5 out of 5

    Kimchi

    If you are looking for a book that is witty, adventurous, and has the best role for a female ive seen in months. The romance is hot, passionate all together sensual. Great read I reread this book and once again I love it. I couldn't put it down.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Angie

    An enjoyable read

  11. 4 out of 5

    Noraisha Kamarudin

  12. 5 out of 5

    Amy

  13. 5 out of 5

    Victoria J Jugenheimer

  14. 4 out of 5

    Shelly

  15. 5 out of 5

    Emily

  16. 5 out of 5

    Rita Sweeten

  17. 4 out of 5

    Heidi Charles

  18. 5 out of 5

    Shavena Williams

  19. 4 out of 5

    Natasha D'souza

  20. 5 out of 5

    Galina Sulaiman

  21. 5 out of 5

    Edylin

  22. 5 out of 5

    La Tonja Smith

  23. 4 out of 5

    Alex

  24. 5 out of 5

    Brianna

  25. 4 out of 5

    Areadne Andre Geor Petaal

  26. 5 out of 5

    Becky

  27. 5 out of 5

    Lana Edwards

  28. 4 out of 5

    Jessica

  29. 4 out of 5

    315

  30. 5 out of 5

    Jp

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