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Cowboy Casanova (Rough Riders) Paperback – October 2, 2012
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“I want a story to go along with all [the] sex, and there’s very few authors who can do that and also give you a balanced and enjoyable book. Lorelei James has done just that and then some in Cowboy Casanova.”
—The Good, The Bad and The Unread
“Cowboy Casanova is in a league of its own.”
—Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews
“James never disappoints with her tales of the McKay and West families. There is such bonhomie among the members of this family, it’s so easy to feel right at home. She writes great sex, wonderful characters and an amazing story.”
—RT Book Reviews on Raising Kane
In Sundance, Wyoming, you can’t throw a boot without hitting a McKay cowboy, so Ben McKay is used to fading into the background. Except when he’s Bennett, imposing Dom at The Rawhide Club, surrounded by female subs eager for the attention of his long…whip.
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. Can Ben help Ainsley overcome her fear that a relationship built on dark sexual appetites won’t survive the light of day?
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The Rough Riders series is one of the best I have read and I read at least 400 pages a day on a book. I Loved it!