This was an exciting book, impossible to put down, and one that shows the author’s ability to tell a captivating story. ~ Shadow, Guilty Pleasures
Angel Calloway isn’t the girl next door. Known for being rude and cursing like a sailor on a bender, she’s meaner than the two mercenaries she’s followed since she was young. Needing anyone is not what she’s about. Or so she thought–until she found the mother she was taken from so long ago, Chaya Mackay, wife to the notorious Natches Mackay.
One night with Angel and devilishly sexy Marine Reece Duquaine was hooked. She nearly blew his head off, and moments later, she blew his mind. He’s been after her ever since, wrestling with a desire that fights to consume him. But now he has her in his sights–and is ready to take his shot.
Unless someone else moves in for the kill first…
Nauti Angel is simply Lora Leigh at her best. It is chock full of emotion, suspense, panty-melting sex scenes and characters you want to crawl through the pages and meet.
Everyone knew Beth Dane, Chaya’s daughter by a previous marriage was killed in a blast at a hotel in Iraq at age three-they even had the DNA results to prove it. So when Angel Calloway claims Chaya’s daughter Bliss as her sister, neither Chaya nor Bliss’s father believe her. It takes Duke McKay, who has fought by Angel’s side at Natchez’s behest and his own inclinations to prove the truth.
But Angel has chosen a bad time to finally reveal her real identity-someone has tried to kidnap Bliss. Can Angel learn to forgive the mother she thought threw her away at age 3, establish a relationship with Duke, and keep her family safe?
We view most of the book through Angel’s anguished eyes. She loves her sister, but her feelings about Chaya are conflicted and she can’t accept her mother’s attempts to reclaim the daughter she lost 20 years before. She is also conflicted about Duke, not believing that a happy ending is possible for her.
Duke is simply wonderful, standing by Angel through all the excitement, serving as her rock, her lover, and her confidante.
This was an exciting book, impossible to put down, and one that shows the author’s ability to tell a captivating story.