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 James and Bram are back in this sequel to the bestselling A Bit of Rough! They’ve been dating a while now, but. Laura Baumbach is author of Erotic Romances, Thrillers, Horror, Sci-Fi and I am pleased to announce that A Bit of Rough has been awarded a OVER. Architect James Justin impulsively lets himself be picked up in a biker bar by seductive hunk Bram Lord for a one night stand that turns into something bigger.

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I really did like it a lot, blt I thought there were a couple of lost opportunities in the story to create some more tension between James and the nasty neighbour, which is why I knocked half a point off.

I thought I was blushing through the first half of the book but everything was fine once the fan kicked in. I’ll just like to put down an equation for this book. Well it seems he reminds him of his mum, small, dark hair and big eyes with a bit of spunk, though to be honest I don’t see much spunk in James yes, well not going there.

Laura Baumbach – A Bit of Rough

James is a shy architect, who in a moment of impulse, picks up hunky laurq Bram at a bar. Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. The physically impressive forceful stranger mets matches and exceeds James’ sexual fantasies but can shy uncertain James be everything the strongly committed Bram wants?


There is a lot of weird sex. Details of the Hunt. And the last sex scenes were outrageous and I do enjoy sex scenes but these were unbelievable to the bbit. There are malapropisms, but I’m going to ignore that because the rest of it outweighs that in weirdness.

That’s freaky shit, man. You’ve got gravel and sandpaper and callused sex.

Kindle Cloud Reader Read instantly in your browser. James lets himself be pushed around by everyone, it would seem. Jamie is a young architect, who’s keeping some detachment from his co-workers because he’s afraid of being rejected for being gay, because that’s bsumbach happened with his family. Oh, all right, fine. The only problem within them is that there are tons of repitition that eventually got on my nerves and made it difficult to read. I want to read the sequel to know what happens to Bram and Jamie.

Customers who viewed this item also viewed. What’s up with Bram and casually snapping the neck of a dog? If you’re looking for a steamy read, that’s for you. Jamie meets Bram, they have sex in the alley and Jamie’s one night stand turns into a budding relationship.

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Laura Baumbach is the best-selling, multi-award winning, acclaimed author of short stories, novellas, novels and screenplays. Apr 23, Deborah rated it liked it. Bram is out and Jamie not so much, so he struggles a bit with inviting Bram to an office dinner, boohoo.


That being said, it’s also full of some of the hottest sex I’ve ever read. Bram steps in and takes out the neighbour, go Bram. There was a problem filtering reviews right now.

Customers who bought this item also bought. The pacing was way too fast, especially when you throw in Bram’s uber alpha personality.

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Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. There is a lot of sex.

Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. I just needed a little more story to get there. This book had way too much sex. There baumbachh only one significant part – in my eyes – that made it sincerely worth the read.

I loved Bram Lord, what a tall, mountain, feral beast of a sweet, domesticated man. The problem with A Bit of Rough though like with so many other romances is that the love and the demons take a back seat to the endless sex. He is defintely over zealous in the love stakes with James but for me it’s part of his appeal, I love his possessive, over protective streak, hey, it’s fiction.

I’ve read books with lots of sex where I read every detail but I didn’t here, and I’m not sure why.