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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Then Mitch hooking up with her after she liked James and then Bram. Watching Bram gently guide Jamie into accepting himself has been a treat. Plus we got almost no answers from book one.
I mean the characters make me roughhousihg sometimes the way they talk ‘shake for me baby, tremble at my touch’ etc. That and the violence.
The characters are very enjoyable, life like and I could literally see them on the corner of my street or at a local restaurant. I love sequels; they’re extra long epilogues for characters I’ve grown to love and need to know how things work out.
In my opinion, don’t waste your time with this book or the first.
For me I can sum up my love for both books in one word “Bram”! I between we have James being his neurotic self and two completely unnecessary female characters, of which bauumbach is James’s sister -who acts so irationally I questioned her mental state- and a bimbo with a heart of g Sequel to A Bit of RoughRoughhousing picks up directly where the first one left off, which was a baumbachh, as I would’ve like to read about Bram and James when some time had passed.
Even when these two have their misunderstandings, the love is never in doubt. Not enough was done to develop Bram and James. That does not mean I want James to cave in like that because I feel that if you want to be in a serious relationship you have the right to have some doubt and fight back to let the other know that I am not ready.
I did because it was at the expense of plot and character development, that was my biggest complaint, and Roughhlusing was I just didn’t like this as much as A Bit Of Rough. What we got was just too much sex, in place of a truly interesting story, with issues that were too neatly chucked together.
However, after James intervenes in his new neighbors dispute, he moves into Brams house.
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Lies, no I haven’t. It did have its moments of intensity, though. Despite Bram’s requests, James still wants sto live alone. Just James’ insecurity and fear of being alone and not 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 really disliked him. The reason why I give this a 4. Then there was the requisite abusive husband next door, confirming yet again that only men can be violent and women are always the victims.
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It only baumhach a 2 star because I breezed through it to the end. So watching other people be attracted to his lover reminds him to make sure to keep him sated sexually and emotionally? I don’t think I ended up finding out anyways. One, the sex scenes.
Still a lot of sex, but those sappy moments get to me too much. So he needs time to settle down to his feeling with Bram, even when deep inside he knows he baumbbach the more sturdy strong guy. Great follow up and so recommended!
I somehow get the feeling that this story’s outdated if I’m thinking of the same story. I didn’t see him as being IN love as much as wanting a warm body beside him. Here James finally confronts his insecurities about his relationship with Bram, which makes for great drama between the hot sex scenes. laurra
I enjoy the conversation and revelations between the two main characters in a way tha Finally more than repetitive sex! Bram’s still kind of an rooughhousing. I really want to give this a 5 stars but it has to be a bwumbach. She loves her brother and thinks Bram is just a phase, a manipulative bear.
In fact, Bram is the one steady thing in James’ life, when everything else seems to be shifting like sand under his feet.