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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I shall learn from my mistake. I really should just send it back and get myself a refund, but that is wrong Loved the story and these guys together. Anyway, in the end and skipping most of the sex it was okay. I like the basic premise of the story, Bram and James moving on in their relationship, troubles they may encounter, James needing to be more open with his sexuality. And then they try to magically “subvert” the trope by making it turn out the character is actually all profound or smart or something.

It was nice too see Bram and James again. Okay so this is the perfect guy. It was rough It is over.

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 the story, the book got a lot better. Apr 14, Amber Fueston rated it it was amazing Shelves: This one was even better than the first! Another slice of life featuring my favourite Caveman Bram and his boyfriend Jamie.


Roughhousing (Rough, #2) by Laura Baumbach

There are no discussion topics on this book yet. I somehow get the feeling this is almost – but not quite – completely unrelated to the first story. Sequel to A Bit of Rough bau,bach, Roughhousing picks up directly where the first one left off, which was a shame, as I would’ve like to read about Bram and James when some time had passed.

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. There’s nothing wrong with adding romance and character development in the midst of porn!

I dreaded when I came across them, which was often. He way of talking was dreadful. Either way, I thought it was stupid and kitschy. Luckily Bram doesn’t really take no for an answer very well.


Aug 28, Fiona Goodman rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Was that there in the first book? First off, let’s go with the title Roughhousing, Rough book number 2.

Want to Read saving…. I don’t think I ended up finding out anyways.

I wanted to shake for Bram again, but just couldn’t this time around. I was happy to see the end of this. The beauty of the second half of the book is there is finally plot and conversation and character development. Other than that, the same problems in A Bit of Rough are here too: I ended up just scanning those parts for anything that might be relevant, which did not leave much actual story.


What we got was just too much sex, in place of a truly interesting story, with issues that were too neatly chucked together. Their need for each other burns as hot as ever, but will that be enough to build a life on? It got really confusing about how followed which and what. That and the violence. I once again enjoyed reading about Jamie and Bran. Much like the previous one, this book could described as porn with plot, as the sex scenes are frequent. He is “thee” man. No gradual change to acceptance.

To be honest, the fact that he basically admits to his neediness helps alleviate the low opinion generated while he was acting all confident. To view it, click here. His job is getting stressful, his apartment is getting dangerous, and James knows he’s teetering on the brink of change, but is unsure what to choose.

Oh, we meet the sister I was looking forward to that.