Janey Mackay, daughter of a traitor and sister to a patriot, has returned to her small hometown where she has been ostracized and condemned for her family connections by the community, while at the same time struggles with the feeling of being an outsider and tries to establish a relationship with her family and gain acceptance from those she loves.
By managing the restaurant her father owned she hopes to gain the freedom and independence previously denied her, when a stalker threatens her very existence. When the danger to her is discovered Janey chooses Alex as her protector. Alex has secretly been lusting after Janey for years, but out of respect for her brother Natches, and his apprehension about their age difference, he has resisted these urges. Emotional conflicts, unknown danger, and steamy passion ensue.
Lora Leigh does not disappoint in this newest installment of the Nauti Boys series. It has all of the elements of a great romantic suspense novel, though it is categorized as an erotic romance. The reader gets updates into the lives of the characters introduced in previous titles, while telling Janey and Alex's story.The book contains many emotional, steamy, sexy and scorching hot love scenes, with the perfect blend of intrigue, and suspencefully dangerous moments that makes this a late into the night, bleary-eyed for work the next day, sad to see it end, can't wait for the next one page turner.
If you can't tell, I LOVED it! The only downfall is that we the readers have to wait until 2010 for the next book, Nauti Deceptions :( Read more of my reviews at http://seductivemusings.blogspot.com/
I think this is the best "Nauti" book yet. I really like Alex. He is a hard-boiled soldier but with a tender heart when it comes to his friends and Janey (his friends little sister). Alex is 14 years older than Janey but she's wanted him since she was 17 and believe me the feeling was mutual except he felt like a pervert because of the age difference. But now that she's 23, all bets are off. The scorching hot sex scenes actually made me blush. WOW.
This one has a great storyline as well as the steamy sex. Janey's father was selling missiles to terrorists and there was some kind of incestuous relationship going on between the father and his sister. He was shot and killed in the first chapter after kidnapping Janey (his daughter) and torturing her. A few months later, some nutcase in town starts terrorizing Janey because he thought she was involved in the incest thing and she was corrupting Alex (the patriot).
This book featured all the gang from the other Nauti books - Natches, Dawg and Rowdy as well as their wives
Oh yumm - another entry in the Nauti series with the usual suspense, action, hot sex and likable characters found in LL's books. All the past heroes/heroines have bit parts [the Nauti series is definitely a family affair] with a few of the other players showing back up as well. Mark & Tyrell [two of my favorite non-player characters] are there along with Timothy the rabid leprechaun from Homeland Security. I enjoyed it.
1. Nauti Boy (2007)
2. Nauti Nights (2007)
3. Nauti Dreams (2008)
4. Nauti Intentions (2009)
Nauti Intentions started out good, but ended up falling flat for me. I felt that Alex and Janey were a bit underdeveloped. I thought their attraction to each other was genuine, but it didn't go past lust for me. Janey was looking for love because she had to hide any emotions she felt from her father or he would use it against her. Alex was a hard man who didn't believe in love. Honestly, I felt that Janey was willing to settle and deserved better. Alex wasn't a bad man by any means, but he was just too hard for her. Their HEA didn't ring true for me and all the sappiness at the end had me rolling my eyes. The mystery concerning who was stalking Janey wasn't much of a surprise, nor did the reasoning make much sense. I felt this was the weakest book in the Nauti series.
Lora Leigh at her finest. Alpha male with a virgin and lust long postponed satisfied over and over again. The sex scenes are incendiary and varied. The hero and heroine are a good match in their headstrong ways. That small town has a little more than its fair share of crazies though, someone needs to test the water.