Nauti Enchantress

Nauti Enchantress

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"When Dawg Mackay made his four half-sisters part of his family, he vowed that he would care for and protect them with everything he had. But what happens now that the girls are all grown up? The Mackay girls are on the loose, and Pulaski County will never be the same... Lyrica Mackay has wanted tall, handsome Marine Graham Brock for as long as she can remember. Unfortunately, Graham only sees her as his friend Dawg Mackay's "baby sister." Or so she believes. The truth is, the fiery party girl stirs something in Graham no female ever has. But Graham, like everyone in Pulaski County, knows that trouble stalks the Mackays like bears track honey, and when a Mackay runs as hot as Lyrica does, someone's bound to get burned. Then Graham discovers that Lyrica's wild side is just a cover for a frightened and vulnerable woman who needs something true and genuine, something only Graham can offer. But surrendering his heart to Lyrica exposes them both to her shocking past--and a sinister secret that, once exposed, could destroy their only chance at happiness and shake the Mackay family to its core. "-- Provided by publisher.
Publisher: New York :, Berkley Books,, 2014.
Edition: Berkley trade paperback edition.
ISBN: 9780425255995
Branch Call Number: ROMANCE
Characteristics: 358 pages ; 21 cm

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Sarah1984
Sep 04, 2014

3/9 - I've gotta say, there's a lot of sex in this book. Graham (not a fan of that name, it doesn't match the heroine's name or go with any of the previous heroes' names - Natches, Rowdy, Dawg, etc.) and Lyrica (not a fan of that name either, she sounds like she should be a fae from a supernatural romance) are at it by page 16 and, other than a short break in the middle of the book for a bit of not sex related plot, they're rarely in each other's company without something steamy happening.

I was surprised that the older guys admitted to their Machiavellian machinations of their younger relatives love lives. Sure, the ones who've already been manipulated into falling in love with their perfect match can't complain too much, but if the guys' plans get out to the younger generations they could have a mutiny on their hands - children, nieces/nephews, brothers/sisters leaving Somerset in droves before their relatives can meddle in their lives. Rowdy, Natches, and Dawg need to be careful or they could have all-out chaos that tears the family apart. I know I would be more than a little annoyed with a brother, uncle or other male relative telling me (forcefully) what I could do and who I could see, at the age of 24.

Despite all that I really enjoyed the book and had it read well within 12 hours. I've put another of Leigh's books from the series on hold and made a request for the first in the series to be purchased for the catalogue (it really annoys me when they've got most, if not all, of a series, except the first book).

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Sep 04, 2014

Sarah1984 thinks this title is suitable for 18 years and over

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