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Reviewed by Natasha Jackson for Readers' Favorite
Nothing Like Naked starts when TV reporter Marti Hughes gets a frantic phone call from her mother, informing her that Aunt Shirley has moved to a nudist colony. To ease her conscience and quiet her mom, Marti promises to visit Aunt Shirley at Whispering Palms. Instantly Marti is attracted to Shirley’s handyman neighbor, Chuck, with rippling muscles. Giving in to the lustful temptation he poses might distract Marti from finding out if this community is a scam or the real thing, but she’s determined to find out. In the Bible belt town of Greenville, South Carolina, a nudist colony is not only unusual, but also unwanted by the evangelical community. M.G. Nash sets the stage wonderfully for a battle between religion and freedom, but she does it in a way that is entertaining and quite hilarious.
Using her reporter’s instincts and skills, Marti is determined to dig up dirt on Reverend Serino with his $26 million dollar Gulfstream and dogged determination to go after Whispering Palms. Nothing Like Naked is a unique story about life inside a nudist colony, even if there isn’t much nudity. I enjoyed following Marti as she got comfortable with being naked as well as the sensual relationship that develops with Chuck. M.G. Nash does a good job of exploring a naturist colony without being gratuitous or poking fun at this lifestyle, which makes the story more enjoyable. The steamy love scenes, the mystery of Serino, Shirley’s illness, and Marti’s shifting priorities makes Nothing Like Naked a memorable experience.