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Lumberjack by Jenika Snow Review

Title: Lumberjack

Author: Jenika Snow

First published July 13, 2016

108 pages, Kindle Edition

Rating: 3.62


Cassie had enough of the city’s hustle and bustle and decided to take a break in the mountains. She stumbled upon a cabin while hiking, and now she is lost.

Jake, a lumberjack, left everything behind after being betrayed by a woman. He has been celibate for five years but can’t resist Cassie.

They are forced to spend the night together due to a storm, and he knows he has to have her. He can help her unwind, and she can help him satisfy his needs.

It’s a dirty story about an alpha hero and a heroine who discovers what it’s like to be with a real man. So if you’re looking for a heartwarming tale, this is not it.

But if you want a quick and steamy read, this book might be for you.

About the Author

Jenika Snow is an accomplished writer, having been published since 2009 and even earning the distinction of being a USA Today Bestselling Author.

If you’d like to connect with her or learn more about her work, you can find her at:

Website: www.jenikasnow.com



Email: [email protected]

Editoral Review

Jenika Snow’s Lumberjack is a gripping novel that delves into the complex lives of its characters. This romance novel was first published on July 13th, 2016, and it has garnered immense popularity among romance novel enthusiasts.

Taking place in the Pacific Northwest forestry, the novel explores the lives of Milla and Sawyer, two individuals from vastly different worlds who are drawn together by fate.

Jenika Snow’s writing is compelling and immersive, effortlessly transporting readers to the heart of the forests where the story plays out.

The novel follows the lives of Milla and Sawyer, with their feelings for each other unfolding in a unique and powerful way. The protagonists are well fleshed-out and multifaceted, with their complexities making them more relatable and interesting to readers.

Milla is an independent and strong-willed girl trying to run from her past, while Sawyer is a lumberjack who’s grounded and steady, yet harbors his own insecurities. The setting is pivotal, with the Pacific Northwest forestry serving as the backdrop to the novel’s enchanting romance.

The forestry’s ruggedness and beauty provide an excellent contrast to the emotional conflicts of the characters. The isolation of the wilderness accentuates the deepening of the characters’ feelings towards each other, bringing an intimacy that is often lacking in other romance novels.

Jenika Snow’s Lumberjack also brings a refreshing perspective to cultural and societal themes. The novel highlights the struggles of the working-class even while showcasing the beauty of the forestry industry.

Furthermore, it emphasizes the power of love to change people’s lives in profound ways, irrespective of social standing and background. Overall, Lumberjack is a thoroughly enjoyable and thought-provoking novel.

Jenika Snow’s storytelling skills are exceptional, and the plot pulls readers in from the first page. While the novel could benefit from further depth of character development for supporting characters, Milla and Sawyer are well-rounded and stand out entirely.

Readers looking to experience a genuinely immersive and engaging romance novel would be well advised to read Lumberjack. We rate this book a solid 4 out of 5.