LORELEI JAMES COWBOY CASANOVA PDF
Cowboy Casanova. Book Overview. His rough touch makes her lose control In Sundance, Wyoming, you can’t throw a boot without hitting. Cowboy Casanova By Lorelei James – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period. Listen to “Cowboy Casanova Rough Riders, Book 12” by Lorelei James available from Rakuten Kobo. Narrated by Rebecca Estrella. Start a free day trial.
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This is sounding like a bit of a rant to me rather than a review, so I will definitely look at it with fresh eyes and edit if necessary. Ainsley takes a lot longer to come around. 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.
I just felt I didn’t know enough about her to care. I stopped because of the novel’s misunderstanding of the bdsm-scene.
Dec 06, S rated it it was ok. Apr 13, Melissa rated it really liked it Shelves: Even when she was confused about what she wanted and how she could possibly have it lkrelei with Ben, the sex between the two was HOT.
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Bennett offers her a deal he’ll let her call the shots for one night. With the gradual submission of Ainsley and the true Dom of Bennett I’ve never felt that about their characters before.
Nov 19, Kathy rated it really liked it. While I was reading, I couldn’t see why I didn’t love it. Another great story about those hunky McKay boys. She’ll be his sub for a month to try out the lifestyle. But with Ainsley he is like an open book, his fears that people would never accept him the way he is which plays a major role in why Ben lives the way he does.
Ben drained his beer.
It was inexcusable, in my opinion. We appreciate your feedback. Another thing that bothered me was the McKay family. 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. Gavin is also starting to be part of the family just a bit, and I really can’t wait to read his story. The review must be at least 50 characters long.
Except for Keely who kind of shared dominance with Jack, but still we’ve seen variations of a lot of this stuff before. This is virtually forced sex and in consequence it leaves people unprotected as they have to find their thrill elsewhere which can be dangerous if they feel like their trying things out is something they have to be guilty about.
I was so shocked by the story’s events that I read through many reviews to see if someone understood me. If it is anywhere need the cover of Chasin’ Eight I will be so in love! But the next night he gets to prove to her how freeing it’ll be when he takes the reins.
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Please review your cart. Ben McKay leads a bit of a double life, while ranching with the family during work hours he likes to spend his play time at the Rawhide Casznova where he can unleash ‘Bennett’, the Dom I never thought that I would be able to pick just one but OMG was I wrong!
And she just forgave him — he was off the ho I really wanted to love this book since I adore most of the rest of the rough rider series. Bennett McKay, it was inevita This book was perfect, it ticked all my boxes, rung my bells and definitely revved my engine.
Bondage, spanking, the nekkid rule, sex toys etc. 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 the reins–of her fantasies and her pleasure. 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. But couldn’t the author create a conflict that didn’t make the hero -suppossedly dominant- start feeling indecisive and ashamed?
James ability to develop characters I can’t get enough of. Dec 06, Beanbag Love rated it liked it.
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Except at The Rawhide Club, he’s known as Bennett, jxmes imposing Dom surrounded by female subs eager for the attention of his cowbpy In this book, Ben McKay is supposed to be a nice, normal cowboy who can only get sexually excited when causing women physical pain, It’s sad and dangerous when something as wonderful and natural as sex is distorted into a brutal game of control and humiliation.
Layla irritated me in every scene she was in Now, having said that, I thought the scenes were hot until a lie was told. Especially since they all allegedly according to the sub Layla would jump at the oppurtunity of watching a lesbian Dom and sub play, as if their honest play is some filthy porn? No Reviews are Available. The doms demand Layla to coerce her friend, who is completely inexperienced and insecure, into sex, and Layla does so by guilting Ainsley.
As with Chasin Eight this book went a different way to the rest but I liked that it did.
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. I devour them too fast! Review quote “A love story steeped in kinkiness, Cowboy Casanova is a story of discovery and domination–the lure of Bennett and Ainsley and the love that would not be beaten And it is always a plus point to revisit the McKay bunch, to learn tidbits on how the rest of them are doing and also see how Ms.
Eh, her dilemma didn’t interest me all that much.
He’d still abused her, had still violated her in ways that by rights would leave most women with at least some psychological damage. Moving onto the next point of why I disliked Ben. By gosh, if it was me, that man could have me on a platter any day!
It was somewhat predictable of course as all RRs are, but Ben loreleei quite shy behind that tough as nails beastly Dom exterior that is Coboy and it was really awesome to see his vulnerability shown to Ainsley throughout the book and likewise with her to him. Book ratings by Goodreads. Consent seems to be a foreign concept here.