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Torn between the love he has…and the love he’s always wanted.
Chassie West Glanzer hasn’t been a stranger to drama and tragedy. A year of wedded bliss to sexy-as-sin cowboy Trevor Glanzer has brought her the happiness and contentment she never thought she’d find, and mellowed Trevor’s rodeo wanderlust. Then Trevor’s old roping partner ambles up the driveway—and Chassie’s life changes drastically.
Trevor never expected to see Edgard Mancuso again, after it became clear he couldn’t be the man Edgard needed. Now Edgard is back from Brazil to sort out their tangled past, and Trevor is plagued with feelings he thought he’d buried over three years ago. Although Trevor is hat-over-bootheels in love with his sweet, feisty wife, the sense his life is missing a piece has always gnawed at him.
Chassie’s shock that Edgard and Trevor were once lovers turns to fear of losing her husband. Or worse, fear that Trevor will stay with her only out of a sense of duty. Yet as the three of them spend time together, the sins of the past blur and fade, leaving raw emotion—and unbridled passion.
Passion that could heal…or cause irreparable damage to their future.
This book contains unbelievably explicit sex, including multiple cowboy/cowgirl/cowboy ménage scenes, juicy, hot, male on male action, a bucketful of politically incorrect situations and true Western ideology.
Trevor knows that Chassie is the love of his life but he also feels that something is still missing. Chassie knows that Trevor worships her but sometimes feels that he is far, far away. Is it his family or is it something else?
We first met Trevor in Long Hard Ride where he was a huge part of Channing and Colby’s menage a trois/quatre. Again in Rode Hard, Put Up Wet when he helps Cash fulfill Gemma’s fantasies in another manage a trois. And then finally in Cowgirl Up and Ride where he meets and marries Chassie. So, we learned all about Trevor’s sexcapades in the first three books of the series…..but, did we really know Trevor? This book answers that question and a whole lot more. Oh, and Lorelei James throws in some sweaty, hawt sex that will knock your cowgirl boots clear into the next millennium.
Trevor lost his man-love Edgard at the end of Long Hard Ride when he wouldn’t give in to Edgard’s demands of them going public. He realizes in Rode Hard, Put Up Wet that all he is being remembered for is the threesomes that he has been a willing participant in. Disowning his family and finally finding the woman of his dreams settles him down in Cowgirl Up and Ride. Now, Edgard has returned and turned his world upside down. His one big regret….Chassie knows all about his former Rodeo life except for Edgard. As soon as Chassie sees him walking up their driveway, you know that things are going to ignite into one ungodly, heart-stopping menage that will leave you breathless.
Lorelei James has a way of bringing all of her characters to life. Her writing is so realistic that you can see things playing out the way they are written. She writes sex scenes, menage, m/m and m/f/m scenes that get your heart rate skyrocketing but that you could picture happening in real life. Rough, Raw and Ready is no exception, even with the heavy subjects that are the back-ground stories. Edgard’s falling-out with his family and his all-consuming love for Trevor; Trevor’s family drama and feelings that he is going to lose Chassie because of his love for Edgard; and, Chassie’s insecurities when she learns that Trevor and Edgard were not only roping partners but lovers on the circuit. It takes Chassie putting all her feelings aside, remembering her brother’s feelings being gay and a long talk with Colby and Channing to bring them all together as one unit. I love the strong women that Lorelei writes. Even though they all have dominant, ungodly sexual men in their lives, they know what they want and they go after it. If it’s something important then it’s worth fighting for. Damn the consequences and damn the outcome.
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