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Nauti Temptress (Nauti Girls) by Lora Leigh

Nauti Temptress (Nauti Girls)

by Lora Leigh

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Just like the rest of the series, this was pretty good. the chemistry between characters was off the charts. Great to see the other characters from the first series. Plot wise wasn't very strong, since the main focus was on the relationship and sex side of things. ( )
  msralways | Apr 20, 2017 |
It's not very good. I usually like her stuff but this one is all choppy like big
chunks are missing. I've actually looked at page numbers cuz I would have sworn
a freaking page was missing. AND it's exactly like the others! Like same exact
story only with different names! Lame! ( )
  giraffkrzy | Feb 17, 2016 |
Lora Leigh has done it again. Same story just names have changed. It was good but she repeated herself too many times. And of course she leaves you hanging where you will buy the next book. Then all potential bad guys are agents. Yea right. I really use to enjoy her books but the books are not written as well as they use to be. ( )
  msphotogirl | Oct 19, 2015 |
I really wanted to give 3.5 but there are no half star options so I rounded up. My one complaint about this book is the buildup and development of main hero/heroine's relationship taking most of the book, then bam the buildup danger/conflict happens rather anti-climatically and then kind of rushed wrap up to the end 0.o What I loved of course was the consistent involvement throughout entire book of all the original Nauti series characters!! Love reading about what they'd all been up to and what their current statuses were kids/jobs etc... Overall not on top of my list of faves by this author but still worthy of reading and start of new series ;) ( )
  cinful1121 | Dec 4, 2012 |
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The first in an all new spinoff series of the New York Times bestselling Nauti Boys series, now featuring the Nauti Girls.

They were resourceful, beautiful, and intuitive—three female FBI recruits enlisted to expose a treacherous anti-government conspiracy in a sting gone bad. They may have escaped the perils of the mission, but darkness still follows them…

Abigail Foxe was the communications expert. The nightmare of her captivity still fills her with fear and shame. But now in tranquil Somerset, on the calm waters of Cumberland Lake, she has hope for the future.

It begins with the exquisite touch of a stranger on the beach…. 
He’s Brogan Connors, ex-Marine haunted by his own dreams of war, looking for solitude in his family’s old farm, and in the heart of a fragile woman. His rough exterior hides a tender soul, a man of gentle strokes that draw him deeper into Abigail’s most ravenous fantasies, and deeper still into a web of a danger he never saw coming.

For the past is about to invade Abigail’s tenuous peace, threatening her life and that of the man she loves—as desire and danger are locked in an inescapable embrace.
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Eva Mackay is torn between loyalty to her family and her attraction to Brogan Campbell, a biker rumored to be a traitor and a thief. She stands to lose everything if she betrays her family, but can she resist her attraction to Brogan?

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2 editions of this book were published by Penguin Australia.

Editions: 0425245640, 0143569317

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