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Nauti and Wild by Lora Leigh
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Feb 18, 12

bookshelves: trashy-romance
Read from January 18 to February 05, 2012

I liked both stories but really loved Burton's Riding on the Edge. Ava's a badass even if she is on the preppy side and her best friend needed an ass kicking on a righteous level. Rick was very likable even more so because he liked Ava as sex kitten and insecure/out of her depth. Everyone wants to be viewed as hot and adorable by the person they like. And you get that in spades with these two.

On the other hand, Nauti Kisses, made me want to smack somebody. He, John, took her virginity and he doesn't remember doing it. You, Sierra, tried to seduce a drunk man and then you get mad and hurt because he doesn't remember. You dumb ass! She's the type of chick who gives all women, gay or straight and everything inbetween, a bad rep. Why would you try to seduce a drunk man? You want a special and perfectly memorable experience? Try sobriety! Then to make matters worse, she keeps dropping hints that he did something wrong but won't say what. Really, no for real, REALLY! Even the sex scenes felt wrong. They felt like coercion. Coercion is violating. Enough said.
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