The Mackay cousins- Natches, Rowdy and Dawg- would do anything for family, so when former federal agent Timothy Cranston drops off four sisters that Dawg never knew he had, there is no question: The cousins will protect and care for the girls and their mother, because they're family.
Five years later, Eve Mackay, the eldest sister, has graduated from college and settled in to life as a Mackay in Pulaski County, Kentucky. She workd hard as a cocktail waitress and helps out at the bed-and breakfast that Dawg bought for her mother. If she keeps herself busy enough, maybe she'll be able to stay away from the man she promised Dawg she wouldn't date, the man who has awakened her most ravenous fantasies......
He's Brogan Campbell, a biker rumored to be a traitor and a thief. But he's just playing a part; he came to Kentucky for a mission that no one, except Cranston, is supposed to know about. Eve is the key to the whole operation, and his orders are to get her participation. But his need for Eve has nothing to do with stolen secrets and the safety of the country.
When Dawg took in Eve and her sisters, he warned them that if they ever lied, cheated, or betrayed the family, they risked losing everything. But desire and danger are locked in an inescapable embrace, and Eve has to make her choice between family or Brogan, for better or worse.
I can't say enough about how much I love anything written by Lora Leigh. Two of my favorite series from hers are, her Breeds and Nauti's. I was so happy she found a way to continue with the Nauti Boys and their families. This is somewhat a next generation about the sisters of Dawg, sisters he never knew about. When he finally meets his sisters, they are taken into the family folds. You'll love Eve and Brogan. They seem perfect for each other, even if Brogan is carrying many secrets in his pockets. Because these are really a new series you don't have to read the Nauti Boys books, but I feel it makes the story even better. Happy reading!