Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Recognized in by ROLLING STONE MAGAZINE as Roughhousing (Rough Series Book 2) – Kindle edition by Laura Baumbach. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or. Buy a cheap copy of Roughhousing book by Laura Baumbach. James and Bram are back in this sequel to the bestselling A Bit of Rough! They’ve been dating a. Taking up where A Bit of Rough left off, Roughhousing opens up Bram and James’ relationship, following along as they become a real couple, and face the.
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You’re just supposed to assume they’re hookers. There was a “then” instead of “than” and it took roughhousin a moment to decipher the meaning.
James has issues that are getting the best of him. View all 4 comments. He is scared to think of Bram baumbch tired of him and tossing him aside like so many others have done in the past. Oct 12, Phaney rated it it was ok Shelves: But for the lay-person, I think things are different now. Despite this, I really enjoyed the book and will certainly buy more in this series.
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Thanks for telling us about the problem. And honestly, for a work dinner, everyone is pretty damn grabby. James, for some reason, is all inse I somehow get the feeling this is almost – but not quite – completely unrelated to the first story. I just didn’t like this as much as A Bit Of Rough. It was rough It is over.
BUT, the most important thing, is the emotional character development in James. I decided to read it, even though I wasn’t able to finish the first book in the series due to lacking anything resembling a story.
However, after James intervenes in his new neighbors dispute, he moves into Brams house. Loved this one even more than the 1st one. I was hoping that the guys would have their honeymoon period behind them and would leave the bed at some point.
Well bahmbach does not even try for anything resembling realism.
When a project at work seems to have fallen under Bram’s influence through the old boy network, James decides to back off and tell Bram they have to cool down their heated relationship.
His job is getting stressful, his apartment is getting dangerous, and James knows he’s teetering on the brink of change, laaura is unsure what to choose. He is not comfortable to say what he feels, a result from verbal abuse he experienced when he was a kid. Open Preview See a Problem? Given the first book in the series I can’t say I was surprised. Despite Bram’s requests, James still wants sto live alone. He also likes you to be a full partner in the relationship and has no need to dominate outside the bedroom yowsa!
Want to Read Currently Reading Roughhousinf. Like book one there’s lots of potential but the execution fails. I dreaded when I came across them, which was often. I did feel that the amound of sex overwhelmed the story, I would have liked to seen more of the story developed.
So watching other people be attracted to his lover reminds him to make sure to keep him sated sexually and emotionally? I am not going to review BOR here, even though I haven’t written a review for it yet. This is hot and also sweet and I wanted to read this after reading the first one and also her paranormal shifter romance. Or possibly at other times too. Just James’ insecurity and fear of being alone and baumbacch deserving of love was enough to make me love his character, and when it finally became the focus of Too much sex at the beginning, it was boring.
I mean the characters make me laugh sometimes the way they talk ‘shake for me baby, tremble at my touch’ etc. I really lik This continuation of A Bit of Rough picks up right after the action of that book and starts off with a business dinner. Only his sister Julie still speaks to him.
Well, at least it does bring us proper Bram-perspective finally, instead of just the slightly muddled bits from the end of the first part. In the first book, readers learned that James was disowned by his family after learning he was gay. He adores Bram but he is trying to slow things down, so he can figure things out but Bram has a way of steamrolling over James at times. Not that he ever stops.
Despite being so numerous, the sex roughhousiing weren’t boring, and for those who are looking for alot of that type of action, this will be a great book.