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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 loves 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.

Warning: This audiobook contains unbelievably explicit sex, including multiple cowboy/cowgirl/cowboy menage scenes, juicy, hot male on male action, a bucketful of politically incorrect situations, and true Western ideology.

©2008 Lorelei James (P)2014 Insatiable Press

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The Hottest Sex Ever!!!

Would you consider the audio edition of Rough, Raw, and Ready to be better than the print version?

I absolutely think the audio version is better than the print version because I love Edgard's accent. Also the sex scenes are so hot it's easier to enjoy when listening than when reading.

Who was your favorite character and why?

Chassie sweet, sweet, loyal Chassie. Gotta hand it to a girl that make her husband and his male lover love her.

Which character – as performed by Rebecca Estrella – was your favorite?

It was definitely Edgard Mancuso because he was the icing on the Trevor and Chassie cupcake. He found a way to make Chassie fall in love with him and Trevor acknowledge their relationship. Plus, that accent ...

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

The moment that Chassie invited Edgard to sleep in the bed with them after all the hot sexing.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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Ropin the wind!

Would you consider the audio edition of Rough, Raw, and Ready to be better than the print version?

Not read the print but the audio so far in all the books in the series is spot on and very good.

What did you like best about this story?

This is my least favourite so far. Books 1 to 4, for me were all just as good as eachother, and this one is only a little less because some of the content was a bit much for me, BUT that aside, Lorelai's amazing writing still carries it off because of the interaction of all the main and secondary characters. Contrary to other opinions, although there are lots of characters, I find it easy to keep up with all of them and find them all to be just as interesting.

What about Rebecca Estrella’s performance did you like?

Again Rebeca does not disappoint and totally delivers!!!

Any additional comments?

Still looking forward to book six!!!

2 of 3 people found this review helpful

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  • 03-20-14

Lorelei James Pushes The Boundaries

What did you like best about Rough, Raw, and Ready? What did you like least?

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-boot heels 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 loves 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.

How would you have changed the story to make it more enjoyable?

It is enjoyable as is. It is erotic fluff set on the Western rodeo scene- nothing more, nothing less.

Do you think Rough, Raw, and Ready needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?

It has one and it is great to follow and revisit the brothers, cousins, etc.

Any additional comments?

As the publisher states:
Warning: This audiobook contains unbelievably explicit sex, including multiple cowboy/cowgirl/cowboy menage scenes, juicy, hot male on male action, a bucketful of politically incorrect situations, and true Western ideology.

4 of 7 people found this review helpful

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Chassie, Trevor and Edgard

A slightly unusual three some. Trevor and Edgard were lovers and partners in roping contests at the rodeos. Edgar returned to Brazil and Trevor kind of retired with other rodeo contestants. He met Chassie fell in love and married her. She had inherited her father's ranch. Out of the blue Edgar came to the ranch hoping to rekindle his romance with Trevor. Sensitively handled story about different kinds of love. Nice ending.

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Steamy!

Worth the buy. You can read even if you have not read the previous books in the series. Seriously hot and smoldering scenarios between the three characters and tender moments that make you really fall for them. A great read!

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horrible narrator.... her accent ugghhhh

it was a HUGE struggle to finish. i read this book and was happy to find out it was now a audible book... the narrator, once she used her accent for the characters , was just plain BAD... i will never listen to this narrator again... :(

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Realistic Storyline!

This book addresses some of the thought processes that need to be considered before entering into this type of relationship. Which was refreshing because some authors never consider the repercussions associated with adding a partner into a commited relationship. (Open Communication is Key)
It was a delightful and steamy listen. That is capable of being listened to again and again.

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Very sexy and very emotional...

Would you consider the audio edition of Rough, Raw, and Ready to be better than the print version?

Audio books have afforded me a way to enjoy books again, as I have visual problems and reading has become difficult. So, yes...it has been wonderful for me

What did you like best about this story?

Being as straight as an arrow myself, I wasn't really looking forward to the "sex scenes" between two guys, but this book ended up being my favorite so far from the Rough Rider Series. Although it is very hot and sexy, it is also an emotional, heart-warming, heart-wrenching journey that leads to a complex but beautiful love story. I actually cried at times during this book....

What does Rebecca Estrella bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

She is amazing....she can slip from one character to another so easily, without hardly changing her tone range. I really think her narration brings the characters to life in ways I find lacking in other narrators. Can you tell she's one of my favorite readers?

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

No clue.....

Any additional comments?

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Chassie Wins

I really liked the main character Chassie, who has had a rough life but doesn't whine about it. She's an interesting combination tough & soft; strong enough to do ranch work yet still kind & sensitive at heart.

When Chassie finds out that her husband Trevor was once in love with a man (Edgard), she doesn't throw a pity party for herself. Since Chassie wants to save her marriage, she decides to get to know Edgard and possibly share Trevor rather than loose him.

Unlike most of the other cowboys in this series, Trevor actually loves, respects and doesn't abuse his wife. Likewise, Edgard comes to love and appreciate Chassie for her many wonderful qualities, even though he has never been attracted to women. So Chassie wins!

1 of 2 people found this review helpful

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Boring

Typical book. The first book in the series was great. I continuously kept falling asleep on this one.

0 of 1 people found this review helpful