This is Book 6 in the Rough Riders Series. While some series may get old after the first few books, this should be called the Series’ Sexy Sixth. This is just as great as the earlier books in the series, which were all phenomenal and gave the reader a sneak peek at Colt and India. Finally, it is Colt and India’s story in “Branded as Trouble.” They both have a dark past involving an addiction to drugs and alcohol. Their common character strength in overcoming their addiction as well as their tastes in the bedroom make them a perfect couple for each other. I loved the scene with the caramel rolls – great combination of my two favorite guilty pleasures.
What stood out most to me in the book was the deep family bonds in the McKay family. This is one of the perks of reading a long well-developed series. I was very moved when Cam came to Colt’s defense. You can check out the the whole McKay/West Family Tree at http://www.loreleijames.com/docs/mckaywestfamilytree.pdf
to Lorelei James!