Rough, Raw and Ready by Lorelei James

Rough Riders Series 5

Samhain

Contemporary/Western/Ménage

ISBN: 978-1-60504-230-5

Reviewed by Tanya

   

 

Chassie still can’t believe that she has been married for more than a year to the most sexy and thoughtful cowboy.  But she of all people shouldn’t have been surprised when it all seems to take a turn for the worse.  When her husband’s old roping partner, Ed, saunters up the driveway Trevor doesn’t seem happy to see him.  But, then again it might be due to the secret that they have kept from her, and everyone else.  The issue is that while Trevor is head over heels in love with his wife, a piece of his heart belongs to Ed.

Now, Chassie is not sure about anything.  She is terrified of losing Trevor, but at the same time will do just about anything to keep the love of her life happy.  But, will she share herself with both men, or will that be more than she can handle?  Also, what will happen when she finds out that a number of people she thought were her friends have kept this secret from her?

When a family tragedy strikes one of her cousins, she may finally have the shove she needs to make some tough decisions in her life.

Ooohhh baby what is the only thing sexier than one hot cowboy?  Well two of course. But, not everyone might think that way especially when you are married to cowboy #1 and cowboy #2 has suddenly shown up.  The sexual tension that Ms. James portrays in Rough, Raw and Ready is expertly written and expressive enough that you can imagine the air crackling around you.  Ms. James puts an extremely interesting spin on the old adage that big secrets can cause big problems, especially if they are suddenly no longer secret.  The interactions between Chassie, Ed and Trevor were erotic as well as sensual.  I have enjoyed all the books in this series and Rough, Raw and Ready is no different.  Ms. James has me hooked and searching to see when the next story will be out.

     

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