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How steamy is it? Hot Damn

Publisher's Summary

Saint James Street James is a tall, extremely muscular, 32-year-old man whose attributes and possessions include a mind stronger than Socrates on acid; a magnificent horse he loves more than anything in the world; a package so large that it requires a signature; a beautiful, passionate wife with a rack so perfect it belongs on a billiard table; a shit ton of children; and his own personal gold mine. His life, set in 1849 against the backdrop of the California gold rush, is one long parade of amazing sex, dynamite montages, and whiskey. But when the Schlager Brothers come to town, so too comes the end of the good times. St. James is forced to defend everything that matters to him. God help anyone who stands in his way.

©2015 Ross Patterson (P)2015 Dreamscape Media, LLC

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WTF!!

Funny as hell!! Can't wait to see range 15. Ross is funny as hell, not for the easily offended!

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RELAX, IT'S NOT GAY

PUN INTENDED
St. James Street James (named after a spot on the Monopoly Board), is the kind of guy EVERY MAN WANTS TO BE LIKE. I thought the book was funny from the get go, but was worried the first couple of hours that there would be no plot. Then when his son named TOTALLY MEXICO, often referred to as TOTALLY FUCKING MEXICO, was killed, all of a sudden there was a plot. The story and main character grew on me to the point that I was laughing out loud and interested in how it was going to end.

YOU GIVE THOSE WHORES AN INCH, THEY WANT THE OTHER SEVEN.
This is filled with lots of sex and lots of foul language. The sex is often and explicit.

I THEN KICKED HIS DEAD BODY, BECAUSE WHY THE FUCK NOT
Most of the blood and gore is not that explicit, but I did catch myself cringing a couple of times

WHOEVER SAID MONEY CAN'T BUY HAPPINESS, WAS OBVIOUSLY FUCKING POOR.
The author is the narrator and he does a great job, sounds like a crew of people.

I'M NOT GOING TO APOLOGIZE FOR BEING A MAN
I have OLD MAN STRENGTH and I really liked this sophomoric, politically incorrect, roll on the ground funny book. If you got the BALLS to get this book and love it, than you will also want to check out, Pandora's Box, by Jack Iceflo Jackson.

IT'S GO TIME!!

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Best fucking book ever

Read this fucking book immediately. I've never read a better book in my life. HOLY SHIT

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The kind of book that makes you want to go to a brothel

This book was fantastic. It gave me hope in the future of novels. I’m so thrilled for the next book and the rest of the series.

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funniest book ever!! great for commute

narration was AMAZING. made me look forward to my commute everyday. got me excited about audio books

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shallow, 2 dimensional, childish, and totally epic

how many times can you make the same sex jokes? how shallow can a protagonist possibly be? Ross Patterson is going to find out. the amazing thing is, after hearing about his penis for the 62 time, I was still laughing.

don't expect high literature, or much of a story. this is more Andrew Dice Clay meets the Magnificent 7. If Trump grabbing em' by the pussy made you more laugh than cry, you might really be able to enjoy this book.

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All the way up, over the top,

I came here from drinkin bros podcast and range 15 movie. This is a must read/ listen to book.

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Sequel pls! And movie pls! Make it happen Mr.Ross!

I love this book and it honestly has changed my life just like @stjamesstjames said it would! I have listened to it a couple times now. I'd give it a million fu**in stars if I could. Sincerely @ninja_is_life!

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I'm a man now

my life is complete time to go find some opium and begin my journey to greatness

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  • J.
  • 08-05-16

The best book ever made

Couldn't put this down, a real man's man book. You will learn to be a man, drink whiskey and be western. Nothing else matters.

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  • Liam
  • 09-10-17

Funniest book I've ever listened to

I said it all in the title. Apart from I can't wait for the squeal