Riding the Night

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Penguin, Sep 7, 2010 - Fiction - 320 pages
32 Reviews
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.

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Review: Riding the Night (Wild Riders #5)

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Highly disappointing end to the otherwise enjoyable Wild Riders series. This one didn't work for me at all. AJ and Teresa were childhood sweethearts, until AJ went all noble on her eighteenth birthday ... Read full review

Review: Riding the Night (Wild Riders #5)

User Review  - Shawna - Goodreads

4 stars – Romantic Suspense/Erotic Romance/Ménage This final installment of the sexy, thrilling Wild Riders, about former thieves, law breakers, and bad-boy bikers turned undercover government agents ... Read full review

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About the author (2010)

Jaci Burton is an American author of romance novels. She has written many New York Times bestsellers including Melting the Ice, Thrown by a Curve, and Holiday Games. She became a writer after her children were grown. Burton is the author of the Play-by-Play series, as well as the Wild Riders series. She lives in Oklahoma.

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