Nauti Deceptions

  • Title: Nauti Deceptions
  • Author: Lora Leigh
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  • Page: 339
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Nauti Deceptions Sheriff Zeke Mayes is prepared for a long struggle getting Rogue Walker to drop her defenses and give in to desire But soon Zeke will become embroiled in a deadly game that sweeps Rogue up in its wake
    Sheriff Zeke Mayes is prepared for a long struggle getting Rogue Walker to drop her defenses and give in to desire But soon Zeke will become embroiled in a deadly game that sweeps Rogue up in its wake And when everything is a matter of life and death, there is no reason to hold back

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    1. Lora Leigh lives in the rolling hills of Kentucky, often found absorbing the ambience of this peaceful setting She dreams in bright, vivid images of the characters intent on taking over her writing life, and fights a constant battle to put them on the hard drive of her computer before they can disappear as fast as they appeared Lora s family, and her writing life co exist, if not in harmony, in relative peace with each other Surrounded by a menagerie of pets, friends, and a teenage son who keeps her quick wit engaged, Lora s life is filled with joys, aided by her fans whose hearts remind her daily why she writes.Librarian Note There is than one author in the GoodReads database with this namecmillan author loraleigh


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    1. Not a bad offering by Lora Leigh--probably one of the better ones I've read by her in a while. This is the 5th book in her Nauti series, and it is mainly a romantic suspense with a couple of healthy dollops of LL's trademark erotic sex scenes. This book picks up where Nauti Intentions left off, with the homegrown terrorist group The Freedom League (a group of military and ex-military fanatics who think they can cause a revolution and take over the US government) still (barely) in operation in So [...]

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    2. My reviewThis story was ok. I've always liked Zeke and Rogue and had been looking forward to their story, and the continuation of the fight to bring down the Freedom League. I liked the sexual tension in this book, but there was something that made their character development somehow meh. But still, I was very happy to see the Mackay cousins with their baby girls and would LOVE to fast forward 20 years and see what kind of grief they give their daddies. HA!Caution! This book contains anal sex an [...]

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    3. I found this edition to the Nauti series to be very dull and boring. It felt like the same setup I've read over and over again, but with different characters. I didn't care for either main character, the plot needed more "umph!," and the way the H felt about his sexual appetites I found very boring and downright silly. Different strokes for different folks and all that, the mountain was made out of a molehill, yadda, yadda Absolutely disliked how the H continually tried to repress his desire for [...]

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    4. I love this series. Zeke and Rogue were amazing together and I loved the book. I just wish there was a bit more action. This book was pretty slow compared to the rest! Still a lot of hot sex scenes though!!

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    5. This was a 3.5 star for me. It was definitely better than the first two books but not as great as books 3 and 4. My favorite is still Janey and Alex.There were several times in the book I wanted to slap both Zeke and Rouge. At times they both annoyed me. Zeke annoyed me when he called Rogue's father on her (or tattled as Rogue called it). Rogue annoyed me when she defended that ass Jonesy. When a man raises his hand to hit you and then later shakes you until your head rolls back and forth those [...]

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    6. Rating: 3.5 / 5Not my favorite of this series, though I was hoping it might be. I had high expectations but the book didn't quite meet them. Still, it was a good book, and I liked it for the most part.Series Note:This series should be read in order.Summary:Caitlyn "Rogue" Walker used to be a straight up good-girl teacher, but when she moved to Somerset, Kentucky to teach, things went horribly wrong. She got on the wrong side of the very wrong people and lived to regret it. With her life in ruins [...]

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    7. i started this series because of a romance readers challenge, i had not read any lora leigh before.each book got better and better, but i have to say that nauti intentions with alex and janey might be my favorite. you know the series is good when you have difficulty picking out your favorite couple!i liked this book a lot. i really feel like zeke met his match with rogue. and i loved the epilogue. hopefully we get a nauti girls series in the future.will definitely be reading more of lora leigh i [...]

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    8. Rogue Walker and Sheriff Zeke Mayes is fighting the attraction for years. Well the years of fighting the attraction have come to an end. Rogue has been trying to let Zeke know that she is old enough for a real adult relationship. Zeke has been avoiding Rogue. He doesn't do relationships. He has a very dark side and knows that Rogue is very innocent so he must stay away. But he is finding it harder and harder to do that.People are starting to show up dead and now he is worried about Rogue. She co [...]

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    9. Maybe 3 1/2 stars. I never can be entirely objective with favorite authors, even ones I'm irritated with. I will say that so far I've found the Nauti series consistently enjoyable (other than the titles). Nauti Dreams is still by far my favorite, but Nauti Deceptions was a nice installment with Zeke and Rogue's story. Zeke is the sheriff in a lovely appearing small town that is rife with criminal behaviors up to and including homegrown terrorists. Despite that disturbing aspect, not to mention t [...]

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    10. Lora Leigh is my guilty pleasure. Her books are candy for my smut loving self. But even I have been left feeling a bit “blah” over her last few releases. They were ok, but something was missing for me. I went into this book expecting the same and expecting to be bored because Zeke and Rogue never really appealed to me in the previous books. I was also a little wary of the ongoing terrorist suspense plot. While Nauti Deceptions isn’t perfect, I was surprised to find I really enjoyed it.In p [...]

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    11. Not what I am used to from Leigh. When I get in the mood for something squirm-worthy and shall we say, stimulating, with a decent story, she used to be one of my go to's. I snagged this accidentally, my original intent was to start with the first of the series. The story as a whole wasn't bad, the romance aspect was the downfall. I am thinking the characters were supposed to portray more of a slow burning, clashing rivalry romance, battling for dominance, which LL has pulled off quite well in he [...]

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    12. 20/9 - 3.5 stars. This was reasonably good, but I got a bit bored in the second half and had trouble staying awake while reading it last night, in the end I had to skim about 50 pages before I could wake myself up enough to pay more attention and finish the book. The sex scenes were on par with all the other Leigh books, nothing particularly new, but nothing bad.I thought Zeke's reasons for staying away from Rogue sounded very fake. He kept saying she was too innocent to deal with his procliviti [...]

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    13. I really love reading Lora Leigh. I accept that Ms. Leigh will mix metaphors and misuse words, she will repeat the same thought 4 different times in slightly different ways and call it a paragraph (1000 times over), she will write a very non-mysterious mystery, and there will always be deeply meaningful butt sex as if sphincter penetration is the new "I do." Despite coming from that place of acceptance, despite the book featuring a female lead I liked a lot, and despite some scorching sex scenes [...]

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    14. Not a bad read but there just wasn’t anything enthralling about it, nothing to keep me hooked from start to finish. Both main characters were pretty hard-assed and I found them both irritating at times. I didn’t like Zeke much, one minute he wanted Rogue, use her then flick her back away and say he didn’t want anything to do with her, didn’t cut it for me. Though the scandal at the start in the prologue played a role in Rogue becoming who she was, it didn’t really play a big enough rol [...]

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    15. OK, i've loved the nauti boys series so far, and i trully enjoyed the development of Zeke and Rogue's relationship, the scene with the son was just hillarious and as always with miss Leigh the sex scenes were steamy.That being saidi don't know, this book felt kinda separate from the others, at least for me, the participation of the MacKay cousins was just minimal and i hated the epilogue.I don't want to give any spoilers, but man, it seems so last minute, like they decided to include it just sec [...]

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    16. Maybe more like 4.5 stars, but I'll bump it for Lora Leigh. With every book of hers, I'm more blown away. Her style allows for SUCH intensity in her books, with the couples. She has truly alpha heroes who are hot as hell, and I cannot put her books down once I start. Zeke and Rogue have that same drive, that passionate need, to be together especially after fighting it for five years. The suspense was interesting. It would have been nice to see more of the Mackays that we love so much from the se [...]

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    17. I think this one is my favorite of the series! Zeke is HOT HOT HOT!!!

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    18. This was a hot book. If you like a steamy romance you should try this series. This is book 5.

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    19. Zeke and Rogue were incredibly hot and hot and hot together. Oh, man If I was reading this as a book, I think the pages would've caught on fire. Lol. great finish to a great series.

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    20. Loved it!!loved the ending, the story was great!I hope there are more to come??

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    21. Action, Espionage, & MysteryI love murder mysteries. Lora Leigh knows how to weave a complelling and complex story of love, hate, sex, and strong characters. I enjoyed. I recommend to all erotic romance readers. The only thing I didn't understand was the reasoning behind Rogue's anger. The author tried to explain it from Rogue's POV, but I just couldn't see it. I left it that I'm not the person in the story or the person who wrote it; so I don't need to understand the reasoning behind the ch [...]

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    22. I'm reading these all out of order. This was worlds better than the first book but some of the characterizations were shaky to nonexistent.

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    23. I have very mixed feelings about this story. I have loved the entire series and all the characters that have gotten their happy endings. I enjoyed learning more about Zeke Mayes and Caitlyn Rogue Walker. We have read bits and piece about Sheriff Zeke Mayes since the first book in this series. He is the man that has tried to keep his county safe and free of trouble. He gives the Mackay boys trouble every chance he gets and he doesn't trust Timothy Cranston of Homeland Security any farther than he [...]

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    24. Nauti Deceptions – Lora LeighThis is book 6 of the Nauti Series and takes us back to the small town of Somerset, Kentucky where there are no secrets.Caitlyn Rogue Walker attracts the attention of Dayle MacKay and Nadine Grace when she stands up for Shane, the local sheriff’s son. She is caught in a compromising situation and forced to resign as a school teacher. She refused to let them run her off, shed her sweet & innocent persona and became Rogue. She runs her dad’s bar with the help [...]

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    25. Zeke - town sheriff - followed his father's footsteps, but with a different outcome/purpose His father became embroiled with the local terrorist/Freedom Fighter group, with behaviors including murder, sexual extremes, etc and he brainwashed/tricked Zeke into killing a man when he was 14 Zeke & his mother left then & went to California, where Zeke's father continued to sent her pictures of their activities, as a protection as an adult, when Zeke's mother, father, and wife were killed as a [...]

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    26. I won't bother recapping because the other reviewers did such a good job of that. Yes, it might have had a similar flow to it as the previous books did but it was still unique in its own way. When I read the last one, Janey and Alex's story, we got a good glimpse of Zeke and Rogue. I could tell she was going to be a wild one. A real rebel. After reading about her past and what was done to her, I didn't blame her for feeling like digging her heels in and snubbing her nose at what the town thought [...]

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    27. OMG I do believe this killer is clever as hell and hysterical. I don’t care how crazed his ass is, that shit’s funny! :-))“I know where you are, Rogue,” he sang through the night. “Just around the corner, just around the bend. Searching for warmth before your life is set to end.”(Still reading but absolutely had to stop and share!)Okay so out of the Nauti series I’ve read Nauti Nights (Dawg and Crista’s story, the second book of the series) which I liked and Nauti Intentions (Ale [...]

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    28. This book takes us back to the rural southern town that is defined by the Nauti boys and their friends. Who wouldn't love to live in a town where it seems like the men take being an alpha male to the extreme and you know everyone. This time around the story revolves around Rogue and Zeke. Rogue has experienced the bad side of a town so small that the powerful that all bow down to them even if they are bad. Deciding to stay in town and thumb her nose at them she changes everything about herself e [...]

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    29. I think I'm about over the series. Which is sad because the men are deliciousbut it's just so repetitive. I actually skimmed over a lot of the book, just stopping to read the sexy parts. The "action/suspense" part of the book is the same formula as the first four, so that made it extremely tedious. But I'm usually willing to overlook that for a hot, sweet romance, but that wasn't here either. Rogue promised to be a fun, sassy character, which are my favorite kind. Instead she was just hot and co [...]

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