I’m somewhat biased when it comes to books by Lora Leigh. She hasn’t written a bad one in my opinion, but this was a phenomenal read. While all of these authors’ books are hot and steamy, there is usually also a lot of story and emotion as well. I thought this one passed her own personal benchmark for a touching, suspenseful read.
Both Natches and Chaya were tortured souls, and both were shutdown from the emotional world. They functioned, but neither were living. When the two collide, then the cracks in their foundations begin, and it’s a breathtaking read. There is no quick roll in the hay, but the wait is worth it, and it means something to both of them. Natches and Chaya struggle, fight, and discover their way to each other, where they are meant to be. And God help anyone who gets in the way.
While the first two books in this series were great, this installment surpassed them. As a treat, you get a brief glimpse into how the other “Nauti Boys” are doing in their new lives as married men. Ms. Leigh just keeps getting better, her stories more intricate, and her writing more touching. And as for steamy sexual encounters, no one writes better.
Third in a sizzling trilogy by the New York Times bestselling author of Nauti Boy and Nauti Nights.
Natches Mackay separated himself from his family years ago, except for the two cousins who gave him the only family he'd known. Now he's being dragged back into his father's life in ways that could destroy him and the one woman who tempts him beyond reason: Government Agent Chaya Dane, who has fought to put her own past behind her. A mission in Somerset, Kentucky, brings her back into the dreams of Natches—and into the shadows cast by his father, suspected in the theft of government missiles. And it could cost Chaya more than she ever imagined.
Lora Leigh is a Kentucky native who enjoys gardening, fishing, and hiking with her husband.