Tuesday, January 31, 2012

"Cowboy Casanova" By: Lorelei James Review

"Cowboy Casanova" By: Lorelei James
In Sundance, Wyoming, you can't throw a boot without hitting a McKay cowboy, so Ben McKay is used to fading into the background. Except on weekends, when he's Bennett, imposing Dom at The Rawhide Club, surrounded by a bevy of female subs eager for the attention of his long…whip. 

As for the curvy brunette eying him from across the room? He'll eat his Stetson if she's the experienced Domme she claims to be. Bennett offers her a deal—he'll let her call the shots for one night. But the next night he gets to prove to her how freeing it'll be when he takes the reins. 

Ainsley Hamilton is amazed by how well Bennett read her every secret yearning during that one explosive weekend—and she's stunned when they come face to face in their everyday lives as rancher and new bank president. Now Ben's urging her to explore her submissive side outside the club, and there's something in his commanding gaze that makes it too easy to let him take control—of her desires and her pleasure. 

Can Ben help Ainsley overcome her fear that a relationship built on dark sexual appetites won't survive the light of day?

My Thoughts:
     I am a sucker for Lorelei James. Beyond having an amazing series filled with interesting characters, Ms. James has created a universe that enables each book to be different. Ben (AKA Bennett) is very different than his family, and I think the author sets out to prove that throughout the novel.
     I waited for this book with baited breath because it was so different...and the novel just fell flat. Ben is very dominating while Ainsley is a submissive and meek. This isn't something I've ever read about before and it frankly didn't interest me at all. The book pretty much focused on this portion of their lives and very little on every day life and family; which I have come to enjoy from this series.

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