Book Three in The Wild Riders Series
Department of Justice agent Shadoe Grayson is out to prove she’s no rookie, and eagerly accepts her first undercover assignment at a strip club in New Orleans. Working with the Wild Riders, a government agency of bad boy bikers, her goal is to bring down a corrupt DEA agent. All she has to do now is learn to strip like a pro.
Standing in her way is the arrogant and smokin’ hot Spencer King, her partner and one of the Wild Riders. Spence thinks she looks more like a schoolteacher than a stripper, and doubts her ability to do the job. But when he mockingly challenges Shadoe to strip just for him, he finds out there’s more to the surprisingly sexy agent than by-the-book rules and Government Issue pantsuits.
Now Spencer has to resist his baser instincts while Shadoe learns that taking off your clothes doesn’t always equal losing control…
Just like the first two books in the series, there was plenty of heat between the two main stars. I found it easy to fall in love with the characters because Jaci kept me engaged in their budding relationship.
The only reason why I gave it four stars was I figured out the ending early on. Maybe you will too and maybe not. However, even though the “mystery players” weren’t a mystery to me, I thoroughly liked watching them get caught. I’m sure you will as well.
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Book Four in The Wild Riders Series
Jaci Burton, the national bestselling author of Riding Wild and Riding Temptation, lets loose in a story of a hot biker hired to keep an eye on the reckless daughter of a Nevada senator. She’s hooked up with a rival biker gang–a dangerous move that makes the wild beauty more vulnerable than she imagined…
Once again, it was easy to get immersed into the story because Jaci created one hot number. Rick and Ava were polar opposites but that’s what made them great. The sex scenes were hot but I’ve come to expect nothing less.
I loved how the bad guy was brought to justice. There wasn’t any gunfire or huge standoff which was refreshing. Great job all around!
(Be sure and come back next weekend for the final review on the series.)