Cowgirls Don’t Cry : Rough Riders

  • by Lorelei James
  • Narrated by Rebecca Estrella
  • Series: Rough Riders
  • 11 hrs and 17 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Good girls can play rough too…
Jessie McKay has accepted her marriage to Luke McKay wasn’t perfect. After two years of widowhood, she’s ready to kick up her bootheels - until Luke’s younger brother shows up to spoil her fun. But if Brandt thinks she’ll ever take orders from another McKay male, he’s got manure for brains. Brandt McKay has avoided his sweet, sexy sister-in-law ever since the night he confessed his feelings for her weren’t the brotherly type. Unexpectedly faced with proof of Luke’s infidelity, Brandt is forced to ask for Jessie’s help in taking care of Luke’s young son. Jessie agrees on one condition - she wants Brandt’s boots exclusively under her bed for the duration. The sexual heat that’s always simmered between them ignites. Brandt is determined to make the temporary situation permanent, proving to Jessie he’s a one-woman man. And Jessie is shaken by feelings she’s sworn never to have again for any man…especially not a McKay.

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Most Helpful

Great Series!!

Each book gets better and better!!! The stories are never the same but revolve around the same family. And the love scenes are always HOT!!!!!😍Rebecca Estrella did an excellent job!!!
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- Nana

Loving Your Brother's Wife

Brandt Mckay will do anything to protect Jessie, the widow of his cheating brother Luke. The book starts with a raw scene where Jessie is drunk and desperate for physical affection. It was disturbing but important to understanding the characters.

Brandt is probably the best of the McKay men, although he and his brothers take too much crap from their over bearing father. Brandt and Jessie get stuck taking care of Luke's love child for a few months and become closer friends & eventually lovers.

Jessie was an strong, engaging character who drew me into the story; Brandt was caring, likable and loyal while needing to grow a backbone. I was torn over who should raise the child, yet satisfied with the conclusion. Happily Brandt seems to be the only McKay man who didn't get his rocks off dominating & bullying women.

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- Rusty "Good Books Don't Promote Violence"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 09-24-2014
  • Publisher: Insatiable Press