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The very best of first-person cowboy erotica, where I say exactly what I'm going to do to you. No matter if it's riding lessons or teaching you the ropes (lassos), you'll be turned on, turned up, and ready to play. Oh yes, you will, oh yes, you will.

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Randy cowboy erotica

Would you listen to The Cowboy Jack Attack Pack again? Why?

Now cowboys aren't typically my thing (being European and all), but I have to admit Cowboy Jack does have a certain kind of charm. He's always rearing to go wit impeccable manners. Maybe something about the voice that does it too :P

What did you like best about this story?

I like that each chapter is a new little story/fantasy. That way, I can pop one on, lie down and let Jack do his job (so to say).

Have you listened to any of The Grey Knight’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

While The Grey Knight has a US mainstream accent in his other audios, Cowboy Jack is as southerns as they come. He actually sounds a lot like Matthew McConaughey, believe it or not. Cowboy Jack is also a little more vanilla, and not so much BDSM. He's into dirty sex, don't get me wrong, but he's a little more vanilla.

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

Cowboy Jack - a dirty cowboy at his best

Any additional comments?

I really love the performance of the author/narrator. It feels real to a much larger extent than normal erotica audiobooks. I can place myself in the story and it feels like a person, not so much a fictional character. I think this sort of narration is the way to go forward in audiobooks.

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Arousing and amusing

Cowboy Jack is awesome! The Grey Knight brings to life a devilishly charming cowboy who likes pretty ladies, and the result is not only sexy but playful and funny. It's told as what he's doing to YOU, so you can't help but put yourself into the story, and get lost in his sensual voice, and his sounds (that low sexy laugh! Be still, my flip-flopping tummy!). It's a really raunchy read, buuuuuut sometimes that's just what you need. Also isn't that what you ask for in erotica? I know personally I'm looking forward to diving into my sheets with his next book.

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Ooh, Cowboy!

I am absolutely in lust with Cowboy Jack. I just had to buy this audiobook so that I could have it on the go - I love how bad he is. This is one book I can listen to over and over again!

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Ridiculously charismatic, cunningly ribald

If you could sum up The Cowboy Jack Attack Pack in three words, what would they be?

"There we go."

What other book might you compare The Cowboy Jack Attack Pack to and why?

It's as if Fanny Hill (Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure) were invaded by Reynard in a cowboy hat. There's the classic trickster character, the erotic depravities, and the underlying laughter at the plot twists. It's all just pure fun, but it's still hot, hot, hot.

Which character – as performed by The Grey Knight – was your favorite?

Oh, Cowboy Jack, don't you ever change, darlin'.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

I don't want to give away any spoilers, but what you end up doing with the rope in "Rodeo" made me laugh out loud.

Any additional comments?

We all need more Cowboy Jack. The author has said he needs to be in just the right frame of mind to do these stories, so if we're lucky, that circumstance will come around again and again.