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Redneck Romeo (Rough Riders) (Volume 15) Paperback – April 4, 2017
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"Dalton and Rory are good together. VERY good together. Heavy steamy chemistry keeps your ereader fogging up."
"Dalton made me fall....hard!"
--Under the Covers Book Blog
"These larger-than-life men who play and love with ferocious abandon will become part of romance history, but every fan of the series is beyond happy to have read about them and lived their escapades and romance with them."
--The Good, The Bad, and The Unread
"Redneck Romeo is a fantastic read that I thoroughly enjoyed."
--Long and Short Reviews
From the Author
Rough Riders reading order:
Book 1: Long Hard Ride
Book 2: Rode Hard
Book 3: Cowgirl Up and Ride
Book 4: Tied Up, Tied Down
Book 5: Rough, Raw and Ready
Book 6: Branded As Trouble
Book 6.5: Strong, Silent Type (novella)
Book 7: Shoulda Been A Cowboy
Book 8: All Jacked Up
Book 9: Raising Kane
Book 9.5: Slow Ride (free short story)
Book 10: Cowgirls Don't Cry
Book 11: Chasin' Eight
Book 12: Cowboy Casanova
Book 13: Kissin' Tell
Book 14: Gone Country
Book 14.5: Short Rides (novellas)
Book 15: Redneck Romeo
Book 16: Cowboy Take Me Away
Book 16.5: Long Time Gone (novella) --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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In reading this book it made me glad that we got the point of view of Sierra and Rory in Gone Country because it had already given us so much insight into Rory that we didnt need a lot of her back story and this left lots of room for Dalton's which needed to be told. One of my favorite scenes from the book is when they first met when they were around 9 years old. Their path to their HEA was not a typical or easy one but time and maturity finally put them back together at the right time.
I think this book is some of Lorelei's best writing. Yes there is her wonderful humor and plenty of hot nekkid sex but the emotional family issues that she delves into in this book were deep and heartbreaking and beautifully written.
Author James focuses on Dalton McKay, last single McKay, who is a flawed hero with many problems in his past. He's pitted in a life or death struggle against his father, Casper McKay, who can aptly be described as a character so evil that he gives Darth Vader a run for his money. It takes our protagonist a long time to find the resources within to combat such a worthy adversary.
Casper doesn't disappoint but Dalton shines.
I've read most of the Rough Rider series starting with Colby McKay's story but my two favorite characters are Colt and Dalton, probably because they both have had so much to overcome.
Lorelei James' writing style is very readable filled with page-turning plots, action and suspense. To my mind, the sex scenes are really unneeded. A little sex is fine but too many just bog down the story and her stories are very interesting.
Redneck Romeo is an entertaining and well-written book. Good job again, Ms. James.
Jeanne Harrell, author of The Westerners and Rancher series.
I had quite a few of the Rough Rider books on my Kndle waiting to be read. So while I was putting them in order I bought the rest and put them in order. Wow did I fall for this family. They were not all sunshine and unicorns. This is a hardworking and hard playing family, with characters you will love, and hate. I am not a bad person, but I honestly wouldn't mind dancing on Casper McKay’s grave.
This seems like a real family who work together, and celebrate life events together. They show that it is not always easy to be family.
I loved keeping in touch with each character as the series as each book went on. I hope that the next story in the series will be Sierra’s story.
I think that if you start with book one, you will be hooked on the series.
Well the last single McKay is back. His father, Casper, had a stroke but that is not the only reason he's back...Rory is in Sundance. He's back, he's changed now he only has to prove that to Rory and hope she can forgive him and love him again. Can't beat this book. Dysfunctional family at its finest with secret family lies, abuse, and drama. Sexy cowboy, hott sex, mistakes to attone for and that's only the highlights. Loved it, Dalton is not that naive boy who had an intervention for Ben anymore, he has grown up into a fine man. Dalton is not perfect but neither is Rory, they have a past where mistakes, situations, and drama happened. It is not so easy to just jump back into a relationship; so while Dalton is trying Rory is still wary and expecting Dalton to disappear like he has in the past. I'm not going to spoil anything but this book does wrap up a lot of things with the end of the series so near.