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Nauti Nights Kindle Edition

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Length: 356 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled

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After lusting after the woman of his dreams for years, Kentucky Marine James "Dawg" Mackay finally comes up with an ingenious plan to get Crista and to keep her.

About the Author

Lora Leigh is known for her deliciously intense and satisfying erotic romance. Her characters come to her in her dreams, inspiring her with the possibilities of "What If..." Most days, Lora can be found in front of her computer weaving daydreams while sipping the ambrosia of the gods, also known as coffee. When not writing, thinking about writing, or plotting what to write, Lora, a Kentucky native, enjoys gardening, fishing, and hiking with her husband and children.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1188 KB
  • Print Length: 356 pages
  • Publisher: Berkley; Reprint edition (6 Nov. 2007)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B000W93DOY
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 17 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #251,612 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This could have been a good book, except for the fact the Storm's character was really childish, I keep hoping all the way through the book that she would grow up, but it doesnt happen until the last 30 - 40 pages. I loved Styx's character, but I couldn't understand what he saw in Storm.

Storm had something really valuable to the breeds, but she was really selfish and didnt give the important item over until the very end. I understand that something really bad happened to her to make her this way, but it would have been really nice if this issue was resolved halfway through the book.

It could have been a fantastic read if Storms character was a little different, but all in all I'm rating it THREE Stars, as if like me, you like the breed novels then I would say, give it a go and continue with the story. I'm glad I read the book, as it was worth reading for the outcome, i.e what happened at Haven at the very end.

I have been a little disappointed with the last few books, Lion's Heat and Bengal's Heart. When are we going to get another one like Mercury's War and Coyote's Mate? these two books were fantastic.
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I have to admit before I bought this book I went on to the American site to read the reviews as Lora`s books always come out at least 2 months earlier in the US than they do here.
I did wonder though if I was actually reading the same book as everyone else as it had such a `panning` by some readers. Not all breed books are going to have the same impact and I think the way they are all written should be different some more subtle and used to build up to the next book.

After reading some of the low star ratings I was in two minds as to whether to buy it. But I have to say I am glad I did, I really enjoyed the story it was nice to hear more about Haven the Wolf and Coyote compound this time. It was fast paced and sympathertically written. Storme did became a little irratating near the end before the last scenes but she redeemed herself and came out by the end of the story a much more rounded enlightened individual it was nice to have a human mate with issues rather than the breed, and it showed how Stormes predjudice had coloured her young life and how strong she was by the end to rise above it all and realise her errors, the last chapters were particulaly good.
It would have been nice to be given a little more information regarding the chip Storme had and how it affects the breeds and their future, but hopefully that will be revealed in the next book.
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I have really loved most of this series. THis one left me cold. It raised too many questions (admirably summarised by the previous reviewer) and I didn't really warm to either of the characters. One thing which has always irritated me about male Breeds is their ability to know who their mate is, yet still bed-hop with other women (while the human female just sits around and waits, because God help her if she tries the same thing!) This was no exception, and it was made even more obvious in this book.
There seemed like an awful lot of new story lines which I found confusing, a lot of previous story lines that seemed to change (again, succintly put by the previous reviewer so I won't repeat them). It was just all a jumble and I just didn't like it. I may not read any more of these. I think I've run my course - they're predictable and rather boring now. LL seems to just add more and more strands to the story rather than concentrate on developing one plot line with well rounded characters.
Shame really, it was good while it lasted!
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The product description is extremely misleading and bares no resemblence to the actual book. Just a couple of errors in the description; one: Not a virgin, two: kidnapped by breed slavers??? erm where did this happen?

I usually love Lora Leigh's breed stories but this just came across as rushed, characterisation was one dimensional and to be honest you could probably skip this book entirely as you don't learn anything new you're just introduced to a whole host of new characters....setting up later books perhaps??

So far this is the worst breed story i've ever read. It may just be time to move on to another series :-(
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I love Lora Leigh's books - they never disappoint. Her characters are tough and sexy but often show a hint of vulnerability and her stories are full of excitement, danger and sex. I loved Rowdy's story and in this book Dawg doesn't remember the first night he shared with Crista because he was drunk and so doesn't know why she ran from him. He just knows that he doesn't want to let her go so after she turns up in a warehouse where he is involved in a drug bust he blackmails her into staying with him by saying he'll have her arrested. Dawg has always dreamed of having Crista and eventually realises that the dreams he has been having are, in fact, memories. I love the way Lora Leigh teases the reader with characters from the next story in the series, so that you are impatient for the next book. I can't wait to read Natches's story - he seems the most vulnerable of all three of the boys.
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