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29 of 30 people found the following review helpful
Natches Mackay and Chaya Dane shared an incredibly strong bond that no one could comprehend or fully understand. When she showed up in their small quiet community last year, no one would have guessed that Natches had rescued Chaya from her captors while being tortured in Iraq years before. He was returning from a sniper mission when he was alerted she was being held. There was never any question as to what he would do, so he went in and rescued her. That was such a horrible time for them both, and he didn't think it could get any worse until he had to hold her while she witnessed her daughter's death. Her husband was a traitor, and was using their daughter as leverage to get the information she had retrieved on her mission. Natches and Chaya in an inordinately short amount of time had developed intense feelings for each other.

After a year's absence since their last encounter, Chaya was back, and Natches wanted to know what she was involved in. He allowed her to leave him twice before, but now he was claiming her as his, and would not allow her to leave him again. The powerful chemistry they had didn't diminish at all, it just intensified, and before they had time to get a grasp on their feelings, the passion burned out of control. Natches knew he needed to get to the bottom of what was going down in Somerset, but he needed to be with Chaya right now. He, Dawg, and Rowdy could feel that something big was brewing, and not just follow-up as she had said. As pieces started to fall into place, Natches realized the man that sired him posed the greatest threat of all. When violence escalated against Chaya, he knew something must be done. He was determined to keep all those he loved safe, and would gladly sacrifice his own life to make that happen. In fact he didn't see any other way.

What a great third book in the Nauti series!! This is my favorite by far. Chaya and Natches are such a compelling couple. She challenges him, and is his equal in everything, so it is exciting to see her stand her ground with him. That is what he needed in his life. I couldn't believe how their story started, and the horror she had to live through. This emotional intense story brought tears to my eyes more than once. The writing was good in both earlier books, but this one surpassed them both. As in the other books, it was important that the whole gang was involved since they are so much a part of each other. This powerful story was gripping, but on the other hand, the erotic scenes were hot enough to scorch. Steamy doesn't even begin to describe it! It is such a treat to be immersed completely in a story that has it all.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
Third times the charm -- gripping and suspenseful, NAUTI DREAMS will make even the most jaded of readers sigh at this compelling love story! Don't miss Lora Leigh's third installment of her Nauti series featuring Natches Mackay and Chaya Dane, the woman who captivates him.

Years ago, bad boy Natches Mackay lost his heart in the Iraqi desert. On a rescue and retrieve mission, Natches came face to face with Chaya Dane, a woman who held secrets that her captors wanted. Secrets she refused to reveal. After instantly losing his heart to the courageous woman, Natches was dismayed to discover that with the light of dawn she had slipped right through his fingers and out of his life. Now, years later, Chaya is back. While her presence in the ex-marine's hometown investigating a prior mission seems innocent enough, Natches knows better. In his mind, it is only a matter of time before Chaya is once again in his life - where he plans to keep her forever.

In that stolen moment of time, Chaya Dane lost her heart in the Iraqi desert. Flooded with the type of pain almost impossible for the human soul to bear, Chaya turned to the man that rescued her from certain death. For one brief moment Natches was the comfort she so desperately needed. Though time has passed, Chaya is certain that her day of reckoning has come when she returns to Natches' hometown to investigate illegal activities. Scared of her enduring feelings for the naughty Natches, Chaya fights him every step of the way. Or at least she tries to, but Natches is determined to hold onto her this time - or die trying.

Natches and Chaya agree to work together to unearth the criminal element that has taken a foothold in his town. All inquiries lead to one person - and that person hates Natches Mackay and is willing to do anything to make Natches' life not worth living.

I have been anticipating Natches' story, NAUTI DREAMS, ever since he made his presence known in NAUTI BOY, Rowdy's story. I fell in love with his quick smile and his wicked personality and I found myself mesmerized by his veiled vulnerability. Deep down Natches ached. He ached for Chaya, the one woman that made him whole. Refusing to let her build walls between them, Natches single handedly turned the tables on every defense mechanism Chaya had and turned her reluctance and fears into the love of a lifetime. From his naughty good looks to his sensuous ability to make even a lady of the evening blush, Natches Mackay lives up to his name. He is quite simply a naughty dream of a man and Chaya is one lucky woman.

Lora Leigh lived up to her reputation as the `Mistress of Seduction' because NAUTI DREAMS was so hot that one match would have been enough to make me erupt into flames. Romance played a huge part in NAUTI DREAMS and I found myself in awe at how romantic, yet forceful, Natches was. Nothing was going to deter this Mackay from his mission and when the smoke cleared Chaya was well and truly caught - Natches Mackay style.

My favorite Nauti installment to date, NAUTI DREAMS is powerful and compelling. I have yet to fall out of love with Natches; however, the next installment of this great series, NAUTI INTENTIONS, just might give Natches a run for his money. It is the story of Alex Jansen and Janey Mackay and promises to be just as naughty as the rest!
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful
Estranged would be a kind word for Natches Mackay's relationship with his father. Having recognized the evil in Dayle Mackay years ago, he has distanced himself from him wherever possible.

Dayle's suspected involvement with the theft of government missiles makes that a little difficult, especially when Chayla, the one woman who Natches has never forgotten, is the agent assigned to investigate Dayle and his cronies.

Now Natches and Chaya must work together to bring the would-be terrorists to justice while dealing with their own past together and a passion that proves harder to defuse than those missing missiles.

Those of us who are fans of Lora Leigh's NAUTI BOYS books have been waiting for Natches' story with great anticipation. Natches is that irresistible bad boy who broods more than either of his two cousins, and has secrets he shares with no one. He's the kind of hero that makes you want to be the woman he can turn to when the going gets rough.

Readers will be glad to know that those secrets are all revealed in NAUTI DREAMS. Both his familial relationships and his history with true love Chaya play a big part in the drama surrounding his hometown and loved ones. He must deal with all of his unresolved issues before he can bring the villains down.

As much as Natches prefers to keep his pain close to the vest, this noble man sacrifices all in order to do what is right. He'll give up anything in order to protect the people he loves, even from his own father.

Chaya is absolutely perfect for Natches. She goes toe to toe with him on more than one occasion, challenging him in ways that push him to his limits - often with some pretty tempestuous results. In a good way, of course. *grin*

But she is dealing with her own issues as well. The traumas Chaya has suffered would break most people, but have given her a backbone of steel, and an unwavering purpose in her mission to take down the terrorists who once destroyed her life and now her country.

NAUTI DREAMS has everything - action-adventure, suspense, drama, romance and some wickedly hot love scenes. Lora Leigh once again outdoes herself with a story that is bound to fly off the bookshelves as soon as it releases!

**Courtesy of Wild on Books**

Series Order:
Nauti Boy (The Nauti Trilogy, Book 1)
Nauti Nights (The Nauti Trilogy, Book 2)
Nauti Dreams (The Nauti Trilogy, Book 3)
Nauti Intentions (Nauti Boys)
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on August 19, 2008
I am becoming a great fan of Lora Leigh. I thought Nauti Nights (The Nauti Trilogy, Book 2) was brilliant, but Nauti Dreams took me to a new high. The characters and their complex emotions are intoxicating, you just can't put the book down. Driving from work my mind is on what will happen next. I wouldn't describe myself as an ardent reader, but I have cancelled an appointment at the gym so that I could finish the book. For real heart thumping romance this is the book to get, and the sex is pretty good too. And while you are reading it and you want to get your husband fired up for a red hot night of passion, get him a copy of 100 Percent Erotica The night will sizzle.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on November 10, 2008
So hot and so good - that's my short review.
Now the detailed one. "Nauti dreams" is number three in the "Nauti" series by Lora Leigh (love her) and like her other books it's pretty graphic about sexual details, so if you have trouble with reading things like that this book is not for you. But if you like all the glory details like I do this book is just right for you.
Ok, it's all about Natches, the baddest and darkest of the boys, and Agent Greta/Chaya Dane who we know from "Nauti Nights".
What nobody knows is that Natches and Chaya actually met some years ago in Iraq where Greta lost her daughter and nearly her life but Natches managed to save her. Chaya wants nothing more than to forget meeting Natches be he doesn't give her a chance because meeting her changed his life. Because nobody knows about their past the boys, especially Dawg, don't understand the relationship between Natches and Chaya and actually dislike her.
In the present Chaya is back in Somerset because of orders from Cranston in order to finally solve the mystery of the local terror group that we already heard about in book 2. Unfortunatly the head of the group is closer to Natches as he would like to, so there's no way Chaya can avoid getting in close contact to Natches and begining to trust her feelings for him and accept that life handed her a second chance to be happy.
Natches was a major suprise for me because what I thought of him after the first two books was absolutly not true and he is so much more than he seemed to be. You just have to love him and right know he is my favourite Nauti boy. Caring, loyal, sexy as hell and willing to do everything for the people he loves - you have to adore him.
The end of the book is a major highlight - all I'm saying is that I love to see strong men weak in certain situations.
So all in all I loved this book and can't wait for "Nauti Intentions" coming out next year with the focus on Alex and Janey.
Enjoy.
S.M.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on August 20, 2008
In the third installment of the Nauti trilogy we finally get Natches story. He like his other cousins, has dealt with an unbelievably traumatic childhood that has shaped the man he's become. Natches has spent time in the marines as a sniper who's kill rating is off the charts and while on assignment he gets a message of an American woman taken prisoner by Iraqi terrorists. He busts in rescues the woman and while waiting for extraction finds himself falling hard. Chaya is a DHS agent on assignment in Iraq who is kidnapped, and tortured all at the order of her husband. She is beaten and traumatized almost to the point of death when she's rescued by a lone sniper. They spend an unbelievable two weeks together while she recovers at a hospital when something so horrid happens it sends Chaya running from her feelings. The story then picks up five years later with Natches making a decision to not let Chaya run from him again. Chaya is once again on assignment for DHS and her target is someone that could cause Natches to hate her. What a wonderful story! I highly recommend this book just be ready to sit for awhile and read it all at once, it's hard to put down. This goes on my keeper shelf!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on September 14, 2008
What more can be said other than brilliant. Lora Leigh must be the greatest writer of romance that has ever lived, you only have to look at how many books she has in the top rankings. The standard and quality of writing is outstanding and her books always pack a powerful punch.The characters leap out of the pages at you, and the men, the incredible men, if only I could borrow one for the night. I can highly recoment it, indeed I could recomend all of Lora's books. Other books I've enjoyed nearly as much are Promises Linger Caramel Flava: The Eroticanoir.com Anthology and 100 Percent Erotica all excellent books
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on March 27, 2009
I love Lora Leigh, not just for the steamy scenes, but because there is chemistry between the characters in the steamy scenes. I just didn't feel much of that with Naches and Chaya. I didn't really care what happened to the characters. Not her best, but certainly not the last of her's that I'll read.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on August 24, 2008
Chaya Dane is an American agent who was rescued by the sexiest man she had ever met several years ago. He also helped her through one of the worst times in her life, ever, only to suddenly disappear. Now years later, she is back in his small town to wipe up the last residue from a case. Chaya knows that being this close to Natches is not the best idea but she has never gone against orders - even when she didn't agree with them. How is she going to get her job done and keep Natches and his relatives out of it is her question.

Natches Mackay knows that his cousins don't believe he has ever grown up, but they don't know about the agent he saved years before. Last year, Chaya came back into his world and he was forced to let her go. Now she is back again and Natches is not going to give her the chance to leave him again. Chaya's assignment this time is going to place her in danger, just because of what she does not know about his small town. Danger to someone he loves is not something Natches accepts and he is going to do something about it.

Natches and Chaya can't ignore their history anymore and while it adds a difficult layer to her current assignment, Chaya can't say no to him anymore. Chaya knows that letting Natches work with her goes against her orders, but Natches has ways of getting her to agree - hot, sweaty and erotic ways. Natches and Chaya both want the same thing, to get this assignment done without any further blood spill-especially after her team is placed in danger from an unknown.

WOW, Wow, wow. Now that I have this out of the way, I have to say that Nauti Dreams has enough eroticism and suspense to satisfy. Natches returned to his home and regained his life, wanting the one person he didn't think he could have. Chaya has known a lot of heartbreak but nothing has affected her like thinking Natches left her years ago. I had figured out that Natches and Chaya would be a couple after Nauti Nights, but I never would have expected the history that Ms. Leigh gave them. The decisions that both Natches and Chaya had to make from their first meeting until the end of Nauti Dreams had me loving and hurting for both of them in several places. This is one book that will go on my "don't even think about borrowing" shelf. Nauti Dreams will make you tingle and sigh and most certainly wish you had a Nauti boy for yourself.

The Nauti series was begun as a trilogy; however I see that a fourth book in the series is planned. I have my guess and hope on whom this is for and can't wait to see if I am right.

Jo
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
In Iraq five years ago, the kidnappers were starting to abuse their "little American whore" Federal agent Chaya Dane. Navy SEAL Natches Mackay manages to rescue her before they raped her, but she did suffer some physical damage. His team extradited the duo before they could be recaptured. Mentally Chaya thought afterward that the most shook up moment to her psyche was Natches' kiss.

In the present Chaya works a case in Somerset, Kentucky that brings her and Natches back together. However while she works on preventing a diabolical lethal scheme and learning who is behind it, he fears the Feds are right that his estranged father stole missiles. They team up causing enough heat to warm up everyone from Kentucky to New England.

The latest Nauti SEAL tale returns readers to one of the Mackay military men (see NAUTI BOY); this time the focus is on the womanizing hillbilly and the New Englander who turns him into a one woman man. The story line is fast-paced from the opening rescue sequence to the final hostage scenario. However, the romance especially the well written hot sex supersedes all the other action including the case and the revelations re the MacKay brood. Still series fans will appreciate the trip to Bluegrass Country as the audience will bet on Lore Leigh providing an entertaining tale.

Harriet Klausner
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