Riding The Night by Jaci BurtonRiding The Night by Jaci Burton

Riding The Night

byJaci Burton

Paperback | September 7, 2010

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AJ and Pax are undercover operatives for a government agency of bad-boy bikers known as the Wild Riders. While AJ is visiting Teresa, a high school sweetheart, a fight erupts in her bar between two biker gangs. One man is left dead and Teresa's brother is wrongly accused of murder. With no proof and Teresa as the only eyewitness, AJ, Pax, and Teresa point their Harleys toward the annual bike rally in South Dakota in hot pursuit of the real killer, and Teresa discovers a passion that brings both men to their knees.
Jaci Burton is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling romance novelist. In addition to writing the Play-by-Play, Hope, and Wild Riders series, she has also coauthored a number of anthologies with fellow romance writer Lora Leigh. Burton lives in Oklahoma with her husband and dogs.
Title:Riding The NightFormat:PaperbackDimensions:320 pages, 8.25 × 5.5 × 0.84 inPublished:September 7, 2010Publisher:Penguin Publishing GroupLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0425236560

ISBN - 13:9780425236567

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Riding the Night (Wild Riders #5) by Jaci Burton Well, I've got nothing negative to say about this story. The writing was good, the story was easy to follow and moved quickly, there was a touch of suspense and a few surprises thrown in, the characters were extremely likable, and the love scenes were hot, but didn't monopolize the story. There was plenty of background given about the characters (physical descriptions, their pasts) that I felt like I knew them well enough and was able to connect with them. Teresa was tough but lovable. AJ and Pax were adorably sexy, protective, and patient with Teresa, and when Teresa (who called the shots sexually) gave them the go ahead, they could get all alpha in the bedroom. The sex scenes were hot, whether it was one-on-one, or two-on-one, and there didn't seem to be any jealousies between the two men regarding Teresa. Amazing. They put her feelings and her welfare first above everything else--who could resist that? They were a couple of sweethearts, and I enjoyed seeing Pax fall in love for the first time, and seeing AJ deal with his guilt over leaving Teresa and rediscovering his love for her. Teresa was one lucky woman. Fans of the series should be happy with this book, but will be sad to see it all end. I know I am. There wasn't a bad book in the whole sexy lot. This one might not have replaced my favorite
Date published: 2017-09-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Riding the Night I love badboys in romances. This is a good one.
Date published: 2017-09-27