Lorelei James (Author). out of 5 $ Read with Our Free App; Paperback . Lorelei James has done just that and then some in Cowboy Casanova.”. Editorial Reviews. Review. “I want a story to go along with all [the] sex, and there’s very few Look inside this book. Cowboy Casanova (Rough Riders Book 12) by [James, Lorelei] $ Read with Our Free App; Paperback $ 8 Used. Read “Cowboy Casanova” by Lorelei James with Rakuten Kobo. His rough touch Get $5 off your first eBook; Get your first audiobook for free. Sign in with.

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But they lashed out at Colt as though he did something wrong — none of them even had a cursory thought that he might be helping their dad? She was a forgettable caasnova. Is that making you tingle yet? But the next night he gets to prove to her how freeing it’ll be when he takes the reins. I think the moral of the story can be summed up as She constantly throws that up as a wall between them.

Trouble in Cowboy Boots. They’re frer touchingly in tune with each other and it’s wonderful. While I was reading, I couldn’t see why I didn’t love it.

Ainsley is a novice that Ben agrees to help find her submissive side. As rree, Lorelei James has captured the essence of her characters, brought in the inevitable interaction of the main characters with others in the McKay family, as well as exposed the reader a bit more to the reality of who the long-missing and now present oldest brother in Ben’s family.

I would like to say it is shocking and outrageous, and mind-blowing, but I guess many of you have already made almost perfect reviews, and maybe Mrs. May 27, Erica rated it really liked it Shelves: But couldn’t the author create a conflict that didn’t make the hero -suppossedly dominant- start feeling indecisive and ashamed?

I’m really not all that interested in reading about him after this.

However, if he ever bothered to talk to his brothers and cousins, especially Cam, he would see he’s not much different than they are. What starts out as a fun experiment for both turns into deeper feelings. This book was awesome. But each one has his own personality, issues and needs.


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Ben really never captivated me, and I was getting a little tired of his “nobody-in-the-family-ever-notices-me-or-appreciates-me” attitude. I love how the McKays get in each others business but they also rally around each other when needed. You will find out that you can actually have a lightning speed encounter with somebody and just KNOW this person is right for you.

And unfortunately, there wasn’t enough in this story to hold my interest. Yet after reading it and re-reading some passages, I really think that while this is Ben and Ainsley’s “thing” this book is far more about a man who has always been “invisible” to his family–or so he always thought–and one who has now come to peace with who he is, regardless if anyone else can accept that. It was definitely the latter option. I hated every sex scene after that until the reconciliation. The caring and sweet Ben who prefers to be labled as an ordinary rancher but is creative in his own quiet way and the dominant figure he turns into during each and every sexual encounter that just makes him so very appealing.

Bennett offers her a deal he’ll let her call the shots for one night. Ben is a Dom. I am confident you will enjoy it as much as I did.

Rebel on the Run. Bdsm is the healthiest scene I know when it comes to sex and relationships because these people seem to be the only ones that always, completely and to the fullest extent care about CONSENT. There is a lot of depth to Ben McKay.

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Running With the Devil. Ainsley took a while to come around and it did get a little old. Colt was self-righteous and totally wrong to be so unkind when they showed their bitterness. He does feel remorse, apologizes and moves on. Ainsley Hamilton is amazed by how well Bennett read her every secret yearning during that one explosive weekend and she’s stunned when they come face to face in their everyday lives as rancher and new bank president.


The story had a few ups and downs but I enjoyed it very much. But not surprised by the disappoinment, since bdsm isn’t my favorite to read about. I just couldn’t stop reading this book. Explore the Home Gift Guide. The waits seem longer and longer with each book. Can Ben help Ainsley overcome her fear that a relationship built on dark sexual appetites wont survive the light of day? I rarely leave a review that’s less than a three star read for me, but I felt I had to with this one because this book made me angry.

Jul 05, Karla rated it really liked it Shelves: So Ainsley also has a part to play in this scene going so wrong.

How could the author make you love so many aspects of Ben and then just throw out two very important issues that cause relationships to end very easily and just brush it under the rug? Read more Read less.

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On the downside, I didn’t quite get why the neighbor disliked the heroine, nor why the McKay cousins were upset when Ben, Tell and Dalton wanted to buy land on their own, when most of them had done the same thing previously. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. When has a McKay not been dominant? After the previous book Chasin’ Eightwhich compared to the previous books was fairly tame, I fowboy sure what to expect from this book, was it going to be a more traditional romance and less erotica like Chasin’ Eight was, or would it be more like the previous books and come on lorelsi and heavy?

I wonder what’s in store for him? It’s always the quiet ones, right? And whether they are sneaking around or being open about how they feel, these two have undeniable chemistry!

The bottom logelei is, it didn’t take me to an enjoyable place.