"Book 2 in the Nauti series is a fantastic read"
Crista has been running eight years from the man she loves.
Crista had wanted Dawg Mackay for so long. Then the night
came when Dawg's parents were killed in an accident and
after their service Dawg had gotten good and drunk. Crista
saw him back to his boat and had the most erotic night she
could have ever dreamed of. But when Dawg said she would
love the next time when he shared her with his two cousins,
Crista knew she had to run and run fast. She was a one man
woman; she loved Dawg but wouldn't allow that. How could he
want to share her? Crista was torn apart. When a couple of
friends of her brother's came through town and offered her
a place to live out of town, she grabbed it. Now eight
years later she is back in the town she grew up in. Every
where she looks, Dawg is there. She still loves him but she
can't get out of her mind him saying he wanted to share
her. And what also works for Crista is that Dawg was so
drunk he just thinks what he remembers was one hot dream.
Dawg has always wanted Crista. But what Crista didn't know
is that Dawg never really could have shared her. She
brought out the dominate in him; he would kill another man
that would dare touch what is his. But Crista running from
him is cut short when she is in the wrong place at the
wrong time. Dawg and his cousin Natches are on an
undercover op trying to catch a weapons dealer in the act.
Crista is just going to the building to pick up a box of
her things. But unknown to Crista is that she is being set
up to mess with Dawg some how. Dawg uses this situation to
his best. He blackmails Crista back into his bed. What can
Crista do, she is in between a rock and a hard place, so
agrees through gritted teeth. As time goes on Dawg starts
to see that Crista has been used to throw him off of
something. Now Dawg just has to find what that was and
fast. Crista knows she is losing her heart again to Dawg,
but she is tired of fighting it when Dawg is using
everything against her. Can Dawg get Crista to see that he
never really wanted to share her; she is his and his alone?
Will Dawg and Natches find out who is willing to use Crista
against him, and why?
Wow, Lora Leigh wrote one great story with these cousins. I
loved the way she made these two men so dominate, not
willing in the end when they find their true loves to share
them. Even with each other like they had in their youth. To
me that made the story so fantastic. I fell in love with
Dawg when I read the first book in the series. No matter
what Lora Leigh writes the characters and storyline explode
off the pages to where you just can't stop until you have
read the last word. Then you are panting for the next book
in the series, I know I sure am.
Reviewed by Nicole Harvey
Posted November 5, 2007