Nauti and Wild by Lora Leigh

By Lora Leigh

You’ve noticeable them. searching for hassle, and searching irresistible.


Boys with an side so tough it takes a different type of girl to fulfill them.


But a few girls are made for it…

Lora Leigh, the New York Times bestselling writer of Nauti Intentions and Nauti Dreams revisits that sultry and “sinfully sturdy” (Joyfully Reviewed) Southern panorama with a narrative of a tender girl whose wish for a Boston legal professional attracts them either right into a risky undercover research, and an adversary as deadly as he's relentless.

Jaci Burton, the New York Times bestselling writer of Riding on intuition and Riding the Night, we could unfastened in a narrative of a sizzling biker employed to maintain a watch at the reckless daughter of a Nevada senator. She’s attached with a rival biker gang--a risky circulation that makes the wild good looks extra weak than she imagined.

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You’d think after what she went through in that damned county, she would have left before that sheriff managed to tie her to him. What are you doing, John? Why are you doing it? How many times do I have to tell you what’s coming? ” John shook his head. The hell his parents had faced here had been the fault of the individuals who had kept a hold on the county, not the people itself. The few had ruined much for the many, for too many years. They were gone now, but John understood his father’s hatred for them, and his distrust of the county.

There’s rarely time to be bored when you’re pretending to be the luckless playboy of Lake Cumberland. ” “Not yet,” John agreed happily. ” his father asked warily. “I’m maneuvering my houseboat down the lake. I’m sweating like a pig and grinning from ear to ear. ” “You don’t want to know,” John Sr. growled warningly. ” “I told you, I am home,” he retorted. ” He could almost see his father, an older version of himself, his lips thinning, his eyes narrowing in irritation at his son’s refusal to return home.

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