Propositioning Mr. Raine : Riding the Raines

  • by Laurann Dohner
  • Narrated by Liz Chastain
  • Series: Riding the Raines
  • 5 hrs and 59 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Trina Mattews lost her husband of 16 years to a tragic accident. Starting her life over in the small town of Hailey, Texas, at the age of 38 sounded like a good idea but she never counted on the loneliness she’d experience.
Navarro Raine is the hottest man she’s ever seen. He’s tall, with piercing blue eyes and Native American beauty. He fills her nighttime fantasies and makes her wonder about all the things she’s yet to experience in bed. And Navarro has a reputation for being very good in that department.…
Discovering he’s about to lose his family ranch, Trina has the perfect solution for both of them. She’s willing to offer Navarro the money to save his ranch if he’ll give her the kind of sex she’s only read about. It might be the craziest thing she’s ever done but after years of vanilla sex, she’s made up her mind - it’s time to taste a few more flavors.


Audible Editor Reviews

Mr. Raine - Navarro, to his friends and lovers - is the most gorgeous man that that widow Trina Matthews has ever seen. The hunky Native American exudes pure unbridled sexuality. But how will she get this Texas stud in bed? She can’t just outright ask him...unless she makes him an offer he just can’t refuse.
Propositioning Mr. Raine, coyly performed by Liz Chastain, is fun steamy erotica that’s pure fantasy - for better or worse. Don’t expect anything other than to be mildly titillated by this tale. But hey, at least it’s not boring.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

How do you proposition a cowboy? Quick and hard!

Would you consider the audio edition of Propositioning Mr. Raine to be better than the print version?

I think they are equally awesome. This is one of my favorite Laurann Dohnner books because the people are more real. Instead of cyborgs and new species (which I love as well) I can sit back and feel like I am a part of the story.

Who was your favorite character and why?

My favorite character is Trina, because she is the most loyal woman ever. She never puts her dead husband down, even if he was sadly lacking. She is heroic in the fact that she finds the courage to try and make a new life when he dies and she is everything that Navarro needs in his life.

Have you listened to any of Liz Chastain’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

I have not listened to anything by Liz Chastain before, but I have already downloaded the second book in the series and will be listening to it soon.

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

Can you find the courage to take a wild chance on love? To live out your wild fantasies for 8 weeks? Would you dare?

Any additional comments?

I really enjoyed this audio book as I have always enjoyed this book period. It is racy and has some very explicit sex scenes. No one under the age of 18 should listen to this book.

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- Beth Anne Bell

Missed it by that much...

I really wanted to like this story. The premise seemed promising and I assumed it could lead to a cute and maybe amusing romance story. It almost did. I liked the main male character. He was little flawed but sensitive enough to make you care. The main female character appeared to be trying to find herself. Unfortunately, what I found was a woman that was a little too weak and passive. There were a few situations where she was around men who were attempting to dominate and control her through their actions and demeaning comments. Her responses, in my opinion, were lackluster and therefore slightly unbelievable. Especially her response to being demeaned. At any moment, I expected her to just roll over and play dead. Until that point in the story, I was enjoying the build up of the romance. Afterwards, I struggled to hang in there since I was close to the end and I wanted to see how the author wrapped up the loose ends. So suffice it to say, the author did keep my interest. Had the woman been less passive and more sure of herself, I would have truly enjoyed this story. The narrator -- well, maybe she read the way she did to portray a weak woman, but I had a hard time listening to her because she succeeded. That whispering voice began to grate on my nerves right along with the main female character.

I'd like to wrap this up by saying something positive. The story really was actually sweet. The romance, although a little rushed, was believable. The chemistry between the two characters was evident and could be felt. The sex, well, don't play this out loud around children unless you're in the mood to explain the birds, the bees and where honey comes into play. I think most would enjoy the story line and overlook the female's flaws. So you might want to try it yourself and see if it works for you.
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- LadyT

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-15-2013
  • Publisher: Audible Studios