Nauti And Wild (Nauti #6)
Two bestselling authors join forces in this pair of new stories of hot men, fast motorcycles, and the women who ride both.
They ride into town straddling 73 cubic inches of throbbing horsepower, and hook up with the kind of women made for high speed handling...
#1 New York Times bestselling author Lora Leigh revisits her sultry Southern landscape with a story of a good gi...more
Nauti Kisses by Lora Leigh
No new ground broken in the final chapter of LL’s Nauti series. This time it’s Rogue’s (Nauti Deceptions) brother, the Boston lawyer John Walker Jr.’s story. John breaks up with his cold socialite fiancee after a family friend outs her for sleeping with John’s best friend. John’s been having second (and third) thoughts about the wants-no-sex-from-him Marlena, so petite young Sierra Lucas h ...more
Having said that though, I actually really like the Wild Riders story. I liked Rick and Ava a lot and wouldnt have minded a whole book on them.
Nauti Kisses by Lora Leigh
Sixth and final story in Leigh's "Nauti" series. Probably should read the series in order but I think you can get enough from this one for it to make sense.
John Walker, Jr (brother of Rogue from an earlier book) escapes to Kentucky after an engagement goes bust - courtesy of finding out his fiance is sleeping w ...more
I love the wild riders!! In fact, I want to be part of their group living on the edge, fighting for justice- a little shady, and burning up the road with one of the alpha bikers. Riding the Edge seemed more tame to me than the other books in the series I have read. But I still loved it. Rick is such a sexy, hot alpha with a heart so big I wanted to crawl just right up in it. Ava is a sexy, sweet girl that has a fatal flaw of looking out for others and putting herself last. Her journey was much ...more
• Riding the Edge - 3.5stars
Wild Rider Rick Bendetti has been assigned to get close to his former motorcycle club Hellraisers, locate and bring back Senator Vargas's daughter Ava. Ava has gotten involved with the Hellraisers in an effort to find out why her best friend gave up school and her life plans to follow her biker boyfriend in this nomadic lifestyle. Her friend convinces Ava to let herself enjoy life for a change and she decides to ...more
Where to start?
First. I did not read any other books from these series. I actually didn't realize that what I was picking up was a book that wrapped up 2 other series until I read the first page. I simply looked at the cover said 'Wow, he's smokin' hot' decided I'd never read about bikers before and bought it. What can I say? I'm a sucker for covers and this one has a stone cold fox on it.
So....Nauti. Nauti Kisses: I have a few issues with Nauti. The first, is that John is kind of a dick, an ...more
On the other hand, Nauti Kisses, made me want to smack somebody. He, John, took her virginity and he do ...more
Lora Leigh's "nauti kisses" was predictable @ best. A little cheesy @ worst. But the chemistry between John and Sierra was HOT! to say the least. Although predictable, the plot was pretty good. I do LOVE how these hard core men view not only the women in their lives, but women in general. And they recognize what a precious treasure it is to not only ...more
I found the first story very boring. Deflowering the virgin, staying on a houseboat during the majority of the story and having sex all day long. There was virtually no plot, and I couldn't feel an emotional pull towards either character.
The second story had a lot more emotional tension between the characters, and this is one ...more
The second story is Riding the Edge by Jaci Burton and is about an undercover federal agent sent to watch other a senator’s daughter who is tagging along with her friend ...more
Nauti Kisses by Lora Leigh
I liked the damsel in distress storyline with the protective alpha male but every few pages something would rub me the wrong way. I don't know if it was action or language. It was more of a personal issue with the story than an overall story issue. I liked that ...more
I really enjoyed both stories. I haven't read any Jaci Burton -- I bought the book for the Nauti story -- but I'm going to have to now.
The Nauti story felt too short, but at the same time, it was supposed to be short. As with all the other Nauti books, it was hot, but not as hot, and I think that's just because of the length. I have to say John's was the most romantic proposal I have ever read. I LOVED it. If the story had been a bit longer and we saw more of this u ...more
Contemporary Anthology- Aug. 3, 2010
4 1/2 stars
Lora Leigh and Jaci Burton really know how to turn on the heat in this blazing yet rough and tumble anthology. In Nauti Kisses, Lora Leigh again brings her super alpha hero who comes to the rescue and the woman who he thinks can’t handle him but instead turns the tables and takes him on!
Sierra has always loved John. When she realizes that his fiancée and his best friend have been having an affair behind h ...more
5 stars for Jaci Burton's story, "Riding the Edge"
This anthology with two of my absolute favorite authors in the genre has been one of my top 3 most anticipated reads of 2010. The book wraps up Lora Leigh's Nauti series, which I have absolutely loved, and it's the second-to-last entry in Jaci Burton's incredible Wild Riders series, which I think will end up being a career highlight for her - this series is just that good.
I felt like Leigh's story ...more
Another great story by Lora Leigh.
I've been reading the Nauti series, and I really love the Mackays, and their friends. Although I haven't read the one before this one, that introduces us to Rogue Walker. I'm looking forward to getting it next.
John is a quiet, strong guy who doesn't know that he has love right in front of him, until he finds out that Sierra has been attacked after he leaves PA to find a new life in Kentucky.
A short, but hot addition to the Nauti Series ...more
I am such a fan of this series but if I'm completely honest I think my heart checked out of it after Natches book. She s ...more
Nauti Kisses - Even weeks after reading this, I'm still as unimpressed as I was when I finished reading it. There was a huge plot hole in the story, and it completely pulled me out of the romance that was supposed to be going on. I get why the author did what she did, but to disregard a storyline for the sake of sex isn't something I enjoy in a story. Change the plot dynamics if they don't work, but don't ...more
This is about John Calvin Walker Jr. is a member of an affluent Boston family. Aside from that he is a successful lawyer in his father's law firm. John gets engaged to Marlena. ...more
"Riding the Edge" by Jaci Burton 4 1/2 stars
I bought this for the Leigh story because I like her "Nauti" series. I have never read anything by Jaci Burton and now I am so glad that I have. I loved her story, much more than Leigh's. My problem with Leigh's writing is her lack of dialogue and true connections between her characters. Burton's story had great dialogue. It felt like the two characters actually talked about their hang-ups and worked them out; someth ...more
John Walker, Jr. and Sierra Lucas
Nauti Kisses is the sixth book of Nauti series by Lora Leigh.
"I left Boston to give you time. I would have been back. I was afraid of what had happened that night, that perhaps I had hurt you, said something cruel out of my own stupidity. But I would have never let you go completely. Do you understand me? I would have been back soon. And I would have caught up with you." -John
"Sierra Lucas, I've requested the ...more
That might be because of Rowdy & Kelly's story, "Nauti Boy". The first book of this AMAZING series also had the heroine who had been attacked in her apartment and nearly raped, a friend rushing and the attacker taking off, the hero kept in the dark about the attack, who is furious and livid that it hap ...more
First things first... Look at that shiny new cover this book got when it was re-released this month! *drools* Although I already have the print with the old one, I maaaaaaay be tempted to buy this one as well.
But enough of that. This book is special to me because this was my very first read by Jaci Burton. Yep. I discovered her when this book came out because I was anxiously awaiting the last Nauti story by Lora Leigh. See why anthologies are so importan ...more