Nauti Deceptions

Nauti Deceptions

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Caitlyn 'Rogue' Walker left her life in Boston to become a teacher in a small Kentucky town. But her dream was shattered when she was framed in a sex scandal. Refusing to be run out of town, Caitlyn shed her previous identity to become Rogue. Sheriff Zeke Mayes knows there's more to Rogue than meets the eye, though what meets the eye is pretty damn hot. He's prepared for a long struggle getting Rogue to drop her defences - and give in to desire. But soon Zeke is embroiled in a deadly game that sweeps Rogue up in its wake. And there's no reason to hold back if it's life or death...
ISBN: 9780515150551
Alternative Title: Naughty deceptions


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Nov 28, 2014

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 proclivities, he said that he hadn't been able to be himself in all his past relationships since the death of his wife, but when he finally is 'himself' with Rogue his sexual appetites appeared no more out there than any other alpha male that I've ever read. I don't understand what the big deal was. If he thinks he's different, 'unique', he should read more romance, he'd see that he's not that different after all, in fact, compared with some of the other men of his type, he'd be at the bottom of the alpha male controllingness-hierarchy.

lindakettle Mar 16, 2012

Unfortunately, this bad girl is actually a virgin in disguise, which ruined her persona and turned her story into a yawnfest. The story had a lot of sexual heat and new characters were added (to draw out the series?) but not terrifically interesting.

jcharmed Aug 26, 2011

This was the best of the series. Zeke and Rougue's story brewed for sometime and I could not wait to get me hands on this book. I was not let down. It was the Best!

Apr 14, 2011

I loved this book. It kept me interested all the way through. I also loved the end where it talks about the McKay's children at the end of the book. That actually made me laugh out loud.

Mar 24, 2011

I love the twist and turns in this book. And Rogue's character is great!

Oct 30, 2010


Jun 04, 2010

Boring. Too much tell and not enough show.


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