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Review: Nauti and Wild

Aug 27, 2010

This great combo from bestselling authors: Lora Leigh and Jaci Burton is a must have for the summer.

Nauti and Wild

Nauti Kisses is the finale in the Nauti series by bestselling author Lora Leigh. I believe Lora ended the series well with this short story. Her characters as always come alive, and take you on uncharted waters.

John Walker and Sierra Lucas have known each other forever. John’s father is her godfather. She has always been a temptation to John, but as temping and alluring as she is, he has never crossed that line. She is too gentle and good for him.

Sierra feared John was going to make the biggest mistake of his life, by marrying his fiancé. She will make sure that John knows what type of woman he is engaged too. It takes just one night, and Sierra changes everything, including her relationship with John.

John has realized he has never been happy living in Boston. When his engagement comes to an end, it’s the perfect time for him to start his life over in the Kentucky mountains. He will finally find peace on the water, there is only one thing missing …Sierra.

A brutal attack has left Sierra vulnerable and scared. John has just found out about the attack and will stop at nothing to keep her safe. The feelings John and Sierra carry for each other will begin to blossom during dangerous times

This is a great ending to a wonderful series by Lora Leigh.

I give this short story a 3/5.


Favorite Quote: “ I remembered”, he swore,staring down at her as she fought to believe him. “I was drunk as hell, baby, it just took time, but nothing that important nothing that special to me could have been forgotten for long.” (John)

Riding the Edge is from bestselling author Jaci Burton.

Rick Benetti has been sent on assignment to join up with the Hellraisers once again, to protect the daughter of a senator. He knew the dangers of walking back into his old life again, but he didn’t anticipate the danger Ava Vargas would pose for him.

Ava Vargas has just finished her masters degree in psychology and plans on getting her PhD, but a lifelong friendship takes priority. Ava is worried about her friend Lacey. Lacey has left everything behind to become a Hellraisers’ babe. She has changed and Ava is worried, there has to be something wrong with her. Ava intends to find out the situation is,

Rick and Ava steam up the pages in story. Get ready to get all bothered by these two.

I always feel like I’m the one riding on the backs of those great bikes, while having my arms wrapped around one of Wild hunks.

I give this book a 3/5.


Favorite Quote: “For the first time in my life, I want to fill a house with warmth and love and I have you to thank for that.” (Ava)


This book was purchased by Readaholics Anonymous

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