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
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
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
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
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
Nauti Dreams will make you tingle and
sigh and most certainly wish you had a Nauti boy for
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.