When Nature Antillean, aka Nate the Crate, poses as a male stripper to arrest a sexy-as-hell fugitive, he has no intention of taking his disguise all the way—until he meets her. Lydia Franklin is more than eager to take her gorgeous strip-o-gram for a wild ride, considering how desperately life on the run sucks. The resulting encounter is explosive, but ends with Lydia handcuffed and Nate honor-bound to take her to jail. The fireworks aren’t over yet, however, for Nate discovers he’s now a victim of the same setup that got Lydia accused of a crime she didn’t commit.
With both of them declared fugitives, Nate must work with the woman he swore to bring to justice in order to defeat the plot and reclaim their lives. His hot body and stellar moves give Lydia plenty of motivation for teaming up in more ways than one, but she knows that the criminal he hopes to protect her from is one she must face—alone.
A Romantica® contemporary erotic romance from Ellora’s Cave.
Nature’s Bounty had me at “male stripper”. Plus I have a thing for bounty hunters. Whaaaat? They’ve got handcuffs. *wags eyebrows*
Nature’s Bounty was such a fun book to read. Correction: such a fun and durrty book to read. Even though there were some crazy sexual situations, there was an actual plot to this story and it worked for me. I loved how things played out in the end; it was a great ending for both leads. The only thing that had me rolling my eye was the overuse of Lydia's tits but I see how they served a purpose.
Let’s see, how can I best describe Nature’s Bounty? Thongs, handcuffs, and being on the run from the law – Oh my! Good times to be had be all. But seriously, it was a good, fun, and sexy read. I’m interested in not only reading more books in this series – there’s more bounty hunter reads, written by different authors – but more by this author as well.
“What’s this?” she asked. “You’re not wearing standard-issue stripper wear. Where’s the Velcro, stud?”
He gave a nonchalant shrug. “I believe in offering authenticity with my costumes.”
“And I believe in easy-on, easy-off.” She winked.