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Branded as Trouble by Lorelei James

erotic romance

Branded as Trouble by Lorelei James

Rough Riders #6
March 1, 2009

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  • Second chance small town
  • Cowboy romance
  • Tattoo artist & reformed bad boy

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I was waiting to read this book! I’ve loved Colt from the beginning, and India has always been intriguing! But in a way I was expecting a completely different book.

I thought these two would be so hot together they would burn down the house, but that’s not what I felt. In fact, I almost feel like Cord and AJ were hotter. Although, sex against the truck in the middle of the road… well, that was pretty “out there” lol and hot! All the food play and syrups I could’ve really done without.. ewwww LOL

However, they’ve been best friends for years, and their connection seemed very real to me, and very sweet. They make a great couple. But talk about communication problems between them sometimes!

India has a lot of issues with how small town people see her because she’s all tattoed, and I was not expecting that being that she always seemed so bad ass. She does have a sweet-insecure side to her, and it made her vulnerable.

Colt has been an outcast in his own family his whole life, and really his brothers have been ass**** to him. I’m glad Cam gave them a piece of his mind and that they realized what they’ve been doing to Colt all these years. I also liked the conversation Carson (his dad) had with him, telling him that he was the one most like him.

And, OMG, Kade and Skylar with twins! Soooo cute!!! Too many babies on the McKay oven running around, I’ve lost count! Don’t they know about condoms?!?!?!?! LOL

I was excited to read Cam’s book before, but after seeing a bit more of his personality in this book, I’m not too sure I’m that excited.

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