Nauti Angel is the latest book in Lora Leigh’s Nauti series, and it is one of my now all time favorite books, and a must re-read when I’m feeling down. This story picks up where Nauti Seductress leaves off with a “cliff hanger” if you will. Angel first made her appearance in Nauti Enchantress, and then again at the end of Nauti Seductress, before getting her own book—Nauti Angel.

Nauti Angel by Lora Leigh.
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I loved that the mysterious Angel (and I will admit to having to go back to read Nauti Enchantress to remember where she came in) finally got her own book. The chemistry between her and Duke is page scorching hot and tender at the same time. The weariness and heartache between Angel and Chaya is tissue worthy, and I’m glad that they were able to find each other after what happened in Iraq.

I enjoyed seeing all three Nauti boys as fathers, and can’t wait for their daughters to have their own books—I’m sure that there will be laughter, tears, and love as those Nauti boys are having to watch their daughters grow and leave the nest. I truly hope that there will be hopefully a novella for Angel & Duke’s wedding—I would love to “see” Natches walking his eldest daughter down the isle and trying not to cry.

Lora Leigh did not disappoint with this latest installment of the Mckay family, and I truly hope that there more stories to come.