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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Jamea for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Cowboy Casanova by Lorelei James. His rough touch makes her lose control Except on casanoa, when he’s Bennett, imposing Dom at The Rawhide Club, surrounded by a bevy of female subs eager for the attention of his long whip.
As for the curvy brunette eying him from across the roo His rough touch makes her lose control As for the curvy brunette eying him from across the room?
He’ll eat his Stetson if she’s the experienced Domme she claims to be. Bennett offers her a deal he’ll let her call the shots for one night. But the next night he gets to prove to her how freeing it’ll be when he takes the reins.
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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. Now Ben’s urging her to explore her submissive side outside the club, and there’s something in his commanding gaze that makes it too easy to let him take control of her desires and her pleasure.
Can Ben help Ainsley overcome her fear that a relationship built on dark sexual appetites won’t survive the light of day? This book contains a lot of kinky sex.
Published December 6th by Samhain Publishing, Ltd. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Cowboy Casanovaplease sign up. Lists with This Book. This book was perfect, it ticked all my boxes, rung my bells and definitely revved my engine.
How could it not when it contained a hot cowboy, a hot nekkid cowboy, a hot nekkid cowboy with a huge man rod, a hot nekkid cowboy with a huge man rod and some rope and the expertise to use it to marvellous affect?
It is like Lorelei James walked in to my dreams the naughty ones! After reading this book I now have a new addition to my harem: Bennett McKay, it was inevita This book was perfect, it ticked all my boxes, rung my bells and definitely revved my engine. Bennett McKay is a dom, a fact he keeps hidden from his family by going to a BDSM club out of his home town so he can practice without fear of being judged. This is where he meets Angel, and has an unforgettable weekend, but he doesn’t realize Angel is actually Ainsley the head of the new bank branch opening in his town and he just can’t seem to get enough of her After the previous book Chasin’ Eightwhich compared to the previous books was fairly tame, I wasn’t 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 hot and heavy?
It was definitely the latter option. This book was scorching hot from start to finish, Ben McKay is one inventive guy with endurance of an energizer bunny. But, although this does harken back to the early books with the amount of sex in it, it doesn’t lose the sense of connection that the main two characters have, although this was an erotica, it wasn’t a clinical description of two people fucking, there was passion and emotion as well.
The only reason this book got 4 stars instead of 5 was because I am not a big fan of Ainsley, I know she was meant to be confused about how she felt, but I found her constant second guessing herself and Ben very annoying. I think I just didn’t connect to her as well as I have to LJ’s other heroines. A great read, with more drama unfolding in the McKay family dynamics and damn does anyone else find it confusing who is cousin to who, who is brother to who, and whose parents are who?!
I need a family tree just so I can remember! View all 3 comments. BDSM fans; fans of the series. But not surprised by the disappoinment, since bdsm isn’t my favorite to read about. But I was so hopeful after reading the superior Chasin’ Eight one of my favorites in this excellent series. I don’t think Lorelei James has written a book where the hero is a true Dom and the heroine is a sub–of course all the McKay men are a little kinky I don’t think so.
I figured I’d give it a shot since her books are alway Disappointed. I figured I’d give it a shot since her books are always entertaining, and who writes more erotic scenes than Ms.
Cowboy Casanova (Rough Riders, #12) by Lorelei James
Sad to say, the erotic scenes did nothing for me. Nah, just not for me. So okay, maybe the romance outside of the bdsm stuff would be good? I never felt the connection between Ben and Ainsley, and their story outside of the bedroom was kind of ho-hum. 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.
And bank president Ainsley, trying to llrelei if she really was a sub and could she really live that lifestyle? Eh, her dilemma didn’t interest me all that much.
I just felt I didn’t know enough about her to care. What did interest me was the appearances of some of the other McKays who haven’t had their stories told yet Tell, Dalton, and newest McKay Gavin and the introduction or has she been in another book? For me, since I’m not really a bdsm fan, there has to be a lot more going on in the story besides the bedroom activities for me to appreciate a bdsm book.
Cowoy unfortunately, there wasn’t enough in this story to hold my interest. View all 15 comments. Ben is a Sexy, Naughty, Kinky Man IMO this is the kinkiest Rough Rider book yet View all 6 comments. Dec 06, Beanbag Love rated it liked it. I thought this story was better than cassanova last two, but there are definitely some problems. I did ultimately enjoy it and it was engaging in ways other than the erotic elements, but some things could have been better.
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This book has some very hot sex scenes, no question. But the BDSM scenario, unfortunately, didn’t really break too much new ground for this series. When has a McKay not been dominant? Except for Keely who kind of shared dominance with Jack, but still we’ve seen variations of a lot of I thought this story was better than the last two, but there are definitely some problems. Except for Keely who kind of shared dominance with Jack, but still we’ve seen variations of a lot of this stuff before.
Bondage, spanking, the nekkid rule, sex toys etc. This added the use of spanking instruments and Things did go a bit further and there was the voyeurism of the club, but I still didn’t feel like we were treading on forbidden ground here. Which is a problem in that it’s the central issue of the book. I feel like authors think their readers are going to get their feminist panties in a wad when a woman is a submissive. But it’s explained that the submissive lets go of control so they can let go of self-consciousness and allow themselves total freedom to feel.
Authors should allow themselves total freedom to write the story without worrying about someone freaking out about an honest BDSM scene. If I believe that this preference allows the sub the freedom to express herself or himself in ways that are crucial to their personal empowerment — I’m going to accept what you give me. Now, having said that, I thought the scenes were hot until a lie was told. James basically gives us a didactic rundown of the BDSM scene on the level of Robyn Carr so we see some themes come up again and again.
Trust is the most fundamental part of this lifestyle, of course, so as soon as that lie came out — even though it had nothing to do with the sex — the whole thing was tainted. I hated every sex scene after that until the reconciliation. It was a huge turn-off. Another thing that bothered me was the McKay family. This might sound like the old “I buy Playboy for the articles” thing, but I really do like these stories for the family dynamic as much as for everything else.
In the earlier books there were rifts among the Carson McKays but they were resolved or at least addressed and on the way to being resolved by the end of each book.
Not so in this one. I understand that the Casper McKays are broken. Not one of them seems to have been in therapy after being raised by two selfish parents, one abusive and one an abuse enabler. But their behavior toward Ben was reprehensible and it was not resolved to my satisfaction by the end. The things Tell and Dalton said were awful. And Tell’s book is next. I’m really not all that interested in reading about him after this. Now I’m defending them?
I know, I’m all over the place. But it seems Colt doesn’t realize that alcoholics aren’t the only ones who matter. There’s a reason AA has the apology rule.
Alcoholics hurt and even destroy the people who love them. Colt was self-righteous and totally wrong to be so unkind when they showed their bitterness. The fact they were even looking for their father shows they care.