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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As for the curvy brunette eying him from across the room? But the next night he gets to prove to her how freeing it’ll be when he takes the reins. 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. This book contains a lot of kinky jamss. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we’ll send you a link to download the free Kindle App.
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Lorelei James has done just that and then some in Cowboy Casanova. Lordlei writes great sex, wonderful characters and an amazing story. 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.
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Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. Seems like all of the McKay cowboys like to be in charge in the bedroom, Ben takes it not just one but several steps further, as Dom, unbeknownst to his family. When he meets Ainsley, they both know there’s something different between them, but cowhoy takes them awhile to figure it out. This book does go beyond the usual BDSM books by examining some of the “why” through the thoughts and conversations of the characters, and making it more about trust and relationships.
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. All the McKay men are hot alpha males. But casanoga one has his own personality, issues and needs.
Ben is a Dom. He keeps his BDSM lifestyle a secret from his family. Ainsley is a novice that Ben agrees to help find her submissive side. Their journey changes them both. Another great one from Lorelei! The story had a few ups and downs but I enjoyed it very much.
The relationship of Ben and Ainsley was just like all relationships in that they had to work out a few kinks here and there. Then again I wish we had a rawhide club in my area also. Anywho back to this awesome book. James has done it again with another great book in her rough riders series. Ben and Ainsley are lordlei perfect match for each other. I just couldn’t stop reading this book.
Another hit for Ms. I love this series and I was not disappointed with the newest Rough Riders’ book. This was Ben’s story. He is the middle child and thinks he can hide in the background. Thank goodness he has friends who understand him and want the same things. He really needed the Rawhide Club and his friends there. 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.
Plus there are several of his cousins who feel the middle child syndrome as well. I’m so happy that there was a much softer and hidden inner sweetheart to Bennett “The Beastly Dom”. There are so many McKays to love and Ben was at the top of my list. Ainsley is the President of the new bank and a sub. James handled it perfectly. As with all RR books, it’s about family, and the McKays are one huge family. I love how the McKays get in each others business but they also rally around each other when needed.
When Ben needed his brothers, they were all there, all of them. This is an erotic romance so there was plently of hot sex and a wonderful HEA. The only problem I have with this book is that I have to wait another 6 months for the next book in this series to come out.
Cowboy Casanova (Rough Riders, #12) by Lorelei James
The waits seem longer and longer with each book. I’m not a patient person. This is another fantastic book by the NY Times Bestselling Author and I’m sure she’ll be getting lots of awards for this one. Of all the books I’ve read in this series, this one didn’t quite ring true to me. I’m not sure why, and I did enjoy the book, but it just seemed like an unfinished thought.
She’s accomplished in her professional life and he’s proud and supportive but sexually they’re a whole different couple. They’re so touchingly in tune with each other and it’s wonderful. As Ms James has explored the personalities and relationships of the McKay clan, readers have encountered just about every kind of man on the planet. There is no doubt, however, that all those McKay men are alpha to the core and definitely live their individual lives as they choose and in spite of strong family connections and very interactive exchanges with brothers and cousins, these guys are who they are.
No one is more determined to accept who he is or live according to his own reality than Bennet McKay, the quiet brother to Quinn and Chase and now Gavin and a man who is determined to call the shots in his own life after coming to peace with who he is.
All the McKay men have a smattering of kink in their love relationships but Ben is all out Dom and dominant to the core, and he is OK with that. Finding a woman who can accept him in totality is the problem and a possibility Ben has just about decided won’t come true for him.
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. He fears rejection as do many in that lifestyle, but ultimately he fears being alone, never finding the one who is his emotional anchor, and being always the poster child for the quintessential “middle child” and the one who just plods along while the more charismatic members of the family take the spotlight.
Ben is almost OK with that, but he still needs to feel he is a oorelei part of his family and important to someone.
This is also a book about choices, about viewing oneself honestly, about living in a way that is fulfilling to one’s own inner person. It is a book about the journey of discovery that even a 32 year old man can make that will give him a new perspective as he not only sees himself accurately but realizes for the first time how he is viewed by some important people in his life.
As always, 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 caxanova oldest brother in Ben’s family. I wonder what’s in store for him? If the BDSM components are troubling, a reader may not like this book. But I challenge readers to look beyond those aspects and to see the struggle and growing that is going on with the the hero and heroine.
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