I didnt really like this book. As a reader youre thinking What the???? Its very repetitious with how he wont share her, hows shes scared of the stalker and how his cousins want to share her. Its very sexually explicit which you know coming in but I didnt like how the couple came together sexually a very trash feel to it all with a mediocre writing style in my opinion.
I really enjoyed Wild Card by Lora Leigh, so much so that I immediately sought out her other books. The difference between Wild Card and Nauti Boy is like the difference between sex and rape. Does Lora Leigh genuinely think that people who are raped just need a good screwing to get it out of there system? Also, what I liked about the dirty talk in Wild Card made me nauseous in this.
Now, what I hated the most about this book: Rowdy kept pressuring her to make a decision about his cousins. And I hated how the cousins acted like Rowdy has to share her with them just because they protected and didnt let any other men touch her(Except her stalker, of course.) during his absence.
Rowdy and his two cousins, Dawg, and Natches, have been sharing their women for years. I don't know what it says about me that I was more bothered by the step-sibling love than the cousins wanting to share Rowdy's woman. I am interested in reading his cousin Natches' story, which is book three.
SAM : Porn baby, porn HUBBY: *leans in closely to look at cover* You know that guy has bigger pecs than your boobies?' SAM : Im so cut right now HUBBY: So, you going to read me some porn later? And Rowdy who wants to win her heart should probably be compassionate and stay away from her bum right? Even after knowing that Kellys would be attacker whispered things into her ear from behind her, Rowdy still kept coming up behind her and saying freakishly porn like things into her ear. Lots of porn related speech, inappropriate sex at inappropriate times and lets not forget ANAL!!!
I liked the plot in this book a lot! Kelly is a 24 year old girl who has waited her whole life for Rowdy. Rowdy is finally back for good from the military, and when he comes home waiting for Kelly to leap into his arms, he's shocked to find a terrified wallflower, who is nothing like the vibrant, fiery, flirting girl she once was.
One of the problems I had with this book is that I really didn't connect with either Kelly or Rowdy. Another problem I had with the book was the characters of Kelly and Rowdy were either arguing about who knows what or going at it. Honestly, if you don't like menage and can stand to not read all books in a series, this one can be skipped. I do plan to read the rest of the series and can only hope they improve as the stories continue.
In fact, I found this to be a little more plot filled than most of LLs books. But in the end Kelly could not handle it and Rowdy got too jealous.
Then, she's being pressured by Rowdy and his two cousins for a three-some. The three boys were known in town for their sharing and Rowdy was pressuring Kelly to comply.
Loras family, and her writing life co-exist, if not in harmony, in relative peace with each other.