Wilde Riders [NOOK Book]

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Cooper Wilde spent his entire adolescence counting the days until he could escape rural northwest New Jersey. Now at 26, he can't believe he's coming back. But his late father's bar, Haymakers, is in financial trouble and his older brother, Jake, has asked for Cooper's help.

Riley Smith, 25, is fresh out of her Ivy League MBA program and wants to make an impression on her employer, H & C Bank. Her first solo assignment is a fraud ...

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Overview

Cooper Wilde spent his entire adolescence counting the days until he could escape rural northwest New Jersey. Now at 26, he can't believe he's coming back. But his late father's bar, Haymakers, is in financial trouble and his older brother, Jake, has asked for Cooper's help.

Riley Smith, 25, is fresh out of her Ivy League MBA program and wants to make an impression on her employer, H & C Bank. Her first solo assignment is a fraud investigation on a business loan they made to Haymakers.

Even though Old Town is less than 90 minutes from New York City, Riley feels like she's stepped into another world in this remote, one-bar town. Riley can't wait to do her business and get back to the city as quickly as her sports car will take her...until she meets Cooper Wilde. He's not like the other guys in this rural town and Riley feels inexplicably attracted to him.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940045703840
  • Publisher: Short on Time Books
  • Publication date: 2/16/2014
  • Series: Old Town Country Romance , #1
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 146,422
  • File size: 596 KB

Meet the Author

Romance novelist Savannah Young grew up in rural northwest New Jersey in a place very similar to the fictional Old Town, which is featured in her books. When she's not at her computer creating spicy stories, Savannah is traveling to exotic locales or spending time with her husband and their bloodhounds.

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  • Posted May 11, 2014

    In some ways this is your typical first novel in a series.  Ther

    In some ways this is your typical first novel in a series.  There’s lots of detail where you get to know the various characters and the town the story is set in.  I really appreciate how Young does this, however.  There is a bit of an info dump in the first chapter, but the rest is worked in throughout the novel.  This novel (and the series) takes off right from the get-go.  Young drew me in with her realistic, down to earth characters and kept me there with the captivating storyline.  The story is emotional yet entertaining in the best of ways.

    You really get down, dirty, and personal with these characters.  Young writes in the first person, flipping between the two main characters, letting the readers into their lives and their minds.  The romance between the main characters in this novel may be of the whirlwind variety, but it is still real, true romance.  Young makes everything so believable.  Oh, and I love Riley’s take on cows.  It rivals me with chickens so I couldn’t stop laughing and it made it oh so easy to identify with her on that extra level that you rarely see in novels.  

    Overall?  This was a brilliant read.  I loved getting to know Old Town and its residents, as well as falling in love with these main characters.  I’m glad I ventured out into the world of this new (to me) author and will be eagerly reading the rest of the series.  

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted April 24, 2014

    This story is a charmer, and funny, and chock full of hunky male

    This story is a charmer, and funny, and chock full of hunky males. It is also well worth the read.




    Not only is small town charm lost on Wall Street up-and-comer Riley Smith, it represents the epitome of all that is dull and backward in the world. She can’t believe her bad luck when she has to venture into the backwoods of New Jersey to investigate a possible case of insurance fraud. Another Wall Street mover, Cooper Wilde, couldn’t agree more. Unfortunately, and despite his efforts to hide the fact, this particular small town is his home town. When they run into each other, the attraction is immediate, but too little truth and too much snobbery risk to derail their future.
    I enjoyed this story right from the start, and it just got better and better, and more and more fun. 
    Very well done.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 14, 2014

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    4.5 Star Review Wall Street city boy, Cooper Wilde, doesn't appr

    4.5 Star Review
    Wall Street city boy, Cooper Wilde, doesn't appreciate his country roots nearly enough.  He goes back home to help his brothers with the family bar and meets Riley Smith, business loan fraud investigator.  The chemistry between Cooper and Riley was explosive from the start.  Riley doesn't want the Wall Street wannabe, which is why Cooper lets her believe he lives with his brothers in this little country town in rural New Jersey.  Just remember, a lie by omission is still a lie.

    I love the Wilde Brothers!!!  Cooper is the first to get his story.  The hint of a smile he gives is charming but I found myself holding my breath, waiting for that full on sexy smile.   The only thing I would have liked to see more of, is this fabulous small town and it's residents.  I can't wait to read the remaining books in this fantastic series.

    *free copy gifted for honest review
    **originally reviewed for welovekink(dot)com

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  • Posted June 13, 2014

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    This is book one in the Old Town Country Romance Series.  Th





    This is book one in the Old Town Country Romance Series. 
    This is Cooper and Riley's story.




    Each brother will have a book. 




    Cooper's  brother Jake calls him for help. They are in financial trouble and they need him to come back home. He has spent his whole life trying to get out of this town and now he was back. 




    Riley is just doing her job. She is from the city, but stepping into this small town is like stepping into another world. She can't wait to leave. That is until she meets Cooper. They feel the instant connection to each other and the sparks are flying. 




    Cooper is from the city too and he is an up and coming Wall Street Advisor. Riley is tired of dating the same type of man and is sick of the Wall Street guys she always falls for. So Cooper decides to keep what he does to himself so that he doesn't run her off. What happens when she finds out what he really does? 




    I really enjoyed this book and the other brothers. I can't wait to read about each one of them and see how they click. 




    I love the connection that Cooper and Riley shared. How sweet he was to her. I also loved how it seemed that no matter what that it wasn't going to work out because of what he did and what she was there for. But things have a way of working out. It was an adventure to see how they figured it all out. 




    This is a great series and I am so glad that I got to read it. Thank you Savannah for a wonderful book! <3 

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  • Posted June 13, 2014

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    Reviewed by Melinda Hills for Readers' Favorite What happens wh

    Reviewed by Melinda Hills for Readers' Favorite

    What happens when a big city girl meets a guy she thinks is country? In Wilde Riders: Old Town Country Romance, Volume 1 by Savannah Young, the sparks fly between Riley, who wants nothing to do with Wall Street Wannabes, and Cooper, a Manhattan financial expert who happens to be ‘home’ in the country to help his brothers with their country bar. Afraid that Riley won’t even give him a chance if she knows the truth, Cooper doesn’t let on that his ‘real’ life is on Wall Street just like hers. Of course, before he can own up to it, a jealous townie spills the beans and Cooper is left to not only help get the family bar back in shape, but to try to mend his broken heart. Riley has to come to terms with what has happened as well since it was her stubbornness that caused the problem. Should she let Cooper explain to see if a little bit country will work out with a whole lot of city?

    Wilde Riders: Old Town Country Romance, Volume 1 by Savannah Young is a great romantic read with just the right touches of ego, jealousy, competition and a straight-forward drive toward career goals. The question is if there is, in fact, room for love in those plans and Cooper and Riley are determined to figure it out. What they have between them is just too good to let go – certainly more than the quick weekend fling they both thought it would be at first.

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  • Posted June 5, 2014

    Four brothers, four stories, one Wilde ride! First comes Coop

    Four brothers, four stories, one Wilde ride!

    First comes Cooper's story. He is the one that left town to go to college and never looked back. Yes, he is tight with his family, but now that mom and dad are gone, well, it is not the same.

    Loved this book. Of all the brothers, I have a feeling that Cooper with all his intensity, is the most tamed of all the brothers. Still, he is passionate, possessive, and definitely not about to let his brother steal the girl he has an eye on.

    You do not have to be into "country" to appreciate where these boys are coming from. But there is something about Cooper and his eyes and half smile that Riley cannot resist. When the Wilde boys fall in love they fall hard and fast. It only took a weekend! Now I am hooked on this series

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  • Posted June 2, 2014

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    Wilde Riders by Savannah Young 4 of 5 Stars Wanna meet four very

    Wilde Riders by Savannah Young
    4 of 5 Stars
    Wanna meet four very unique brothers? How about focusing on the successful one who came home to help out in a pinch? What about a city girl stuck out in the middle of nowhere in rural New Jersey? If your answers are yes, then Wilde Riders is the book for you!!
    Meet Riley Smith, fraud investigator for H & C Banking. Prim, proper, and mentally older than her 25 year old body shows, she is well on her way to making her first million by her thirtieth birthday. She is currently in a period of six months without a beau in her life and, subsequently, she's been without sex, as well. All of the guys who approach her are Wall Street wannabes, brag about their manhattan town houses and BMW 6 series, and their successes. Not her cup of tea. 
    While investigating a suspected loan fraud case in rural New Jersey, Riley stumbles into Haymakers bar and lays eyes on Cooper Wilde, who is intensity personified. Dark curly hair, captivating blue eyes, and an air of seriousness that instantly draws Riley in. She's certainly not shy about voicing her opinion of those Wall Street schmucks back home but, little does she know, Cooper is one that she would group into that category without batting an eye. 
    Playing the smart card, he sticks to his country roots and allows Riley to believe that he is at home in Old Town instead of living and working in the same town as the lady he is trying to woo. With the help of his three brothers, he pursues Riley and shows her a side of herself that she didn't know existed. 
    Sparks fly, panties melt, tempers flare, and jealousy ignites in this comfortable tale of love and the importance of honesty. The single thing that snatched that fifth star from Savannah Young is the constant reminder that Cooper is the exact thing that Riley hates. I understand that it's meant to stay in our minds but it became a bit overbearing after a while and began to overshadow the story and other emotions contained within. Now I'm off to read the next book in the series!!
    *Complimentary copy received in exchange for an honest review.* 
    Meagan, My Secret Book Spot

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  • Posted May 21, 2014

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    Hot and Wilde!

    Grab your hat, your boots, your smelling salts and your heart; we’re off on an adventure in rural Old Town, where the Wilde brothers rule supreme! Bar owners, band members and the best looking men around, the four Wilde brothers were hotness in the flesh. For Cooper Wilde, this wasn’t enough, he wanted the bright lights and high speed tension of the big city, and he is making it happen on Wall Street. Then the call comes from home, the bar is in trouble and the brothers need help, pronto.

    Also headed for Old Town is bank fraud investigator, Riley Smith, a hard hitting, smart and savvy woman who is like a fish out of water in this one horse town. She loves her job, her life and well, most of her life, she’s holding out for a hero who doesn’t come from Wall Street. Has she found that hero in Cooper? Exactly when will he spill the beans about his Wall Street life? Will it cool the flames threatening to burst into a raging fire, running out of control? How does Riley do her job and keep the man, if it means ruining his family?

    Wilde Riders by Savannah Young is one heck of a romantic ride, with the heat up full blast and the tension as taut as a bow string. Riley and Cooper play off each other well, and the rest of the Wilde brothers??? Yeesh, global warming in the flesh! Ms. Young can work up some major heat and still keep the story rolling along. Do you like a romance that makes you feel like a gently toasted marshmallow one minute and a crisp Habanero the next? Take a look at Wild Riders!

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  • Posted April 25, 2014

    Riley is a smart, sassy, likeable character. She's ambitious, up

    Riley is a smart, sassy, likeable character. She's ambitious, upwardly mobile and a complete fish out of water when her job takes her to - and then strands her in - rural New Jersey. She was fun to see in a country bar, at a Farm and Horse Show, in cowboy boots.

    She thinks she knows what she wants - and that's not a 'Wall Street wannabe' - but then she meets a guy, a guy who challenges her, her pushes her outside her comfort zone, who makes her question what she really wants.

    Cooper is so much like Riley, driven, ambitious. He's got a plan too. His plan is everything Riley eschews, so he lies. I get why he lied but those lies have repercussions, jeopardizing his happily ever after. Despite the lie Cooper is really a good guy. He is sweet, caring, there for his family - even when they drive him insane, and he adores Riley. In returning to Old Town, being a part of the Wilde Riders, Cooper starts to see that he's Wall Street guy and a country boy and he's better for it.

    I liked the dual POVs, the chemistry between Cooper and Riley, the Wilde brothers, and the secondary characters: beautiful, confident Patti and the brusque, daring Harley.

    Wilde Riders is the first book in the Old Town Country Romance series, focusing on the Wilde brothers - Mr. Lucky Cooper, gregarious ladies' man Jake, haunted soldier Tucker and serious, studious Hunter. I'm very excited to read each of the Wilde brother's stories.

    Disclosure: ebook provided in exchange for an honest review

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  • Posted April 23, 2014

    Like oil and water don't mix, then city and country don't mix, w

    Like oil and water don't mix, then city and country don't mix, well that's in the mind of Copper Wilde he's escaped
    the country and the last thing he wants is to go back but he has to and there he meets Riley who although from
    the city wants nothing to do with Wall Street types but might fall for a country boy so what's Cooper to do.
    I can really understand Riley with the "Wall Street Wannabe's" guys who are so interested in themselves and
    how good they are but she is writing of the whole lot, then she meets Cooper "But the way he's looking at me,
    like I'm the most precious object in the world" can she resist someone like that especially when, "But I feel like
    I've known Cooper a lot longer. It's almost like we're two pieces of a puzzle that just fit together. If I was a spiritual
    person I'd say t feels like were destined to be together." When she finds out the truth what is she going to do.
    I just loved Cooper everyone when describing him says intense and you get that from the start, but just as he is
    intense about everything he is also intense about Riley. And when he falls he falls hard. "Everything about Riley
    is absolutely, breathtakingly beautiful. But her most beautiful feature is her big brown eyes. I've never seen eyes
    that were so expressive, so filled with promise and joy. I can see everything she's experiencing, reflected in
    those eyes. They truly are the windows to her soul." How could you resist a guy like that, even if he's not quite
    telling you the whole truth. 
    She's a lot city and so is he but can they meet in the country and make it last. A wonderful start to the series
    that has me wanting more of the Wilde brothers. They began to feel like family and I can't wait to meet
    up with them again. 

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  • Posted April 22, 2014

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    Wilde Riders is the beginning of a great new contemporary romanc

    Wilde Riders is the beginning of a great new contemporary romance series centered around the Wilde brothers, Cooper, Jake, Tucker, and Hunter. In this first book, Cooper Wilde heads back home to New Jersey, reluctantly I might add, to help his brother get the family business back on track. All Cooper wants is to get things straightened out and then get away from small town U.S.A. as fast as he can. His long-term plans definitely don't include Riley Smith. Like Cooper, Riley wants nothing to do with the small New Jersey town, or big show-off Wall Street types (um yeah, like Cooper). She meets Cooper (and his brothers) when she is sent by her employer to investigate possible loan fraud involving their family owned bar.

    There were a lot of fun moments in this book between Riley and Cooper. Overall, the book was light, fun, and steamy.

    I'm looking forward to the rest of this series. In Wilde Riders we were given just a glimpse of the other three brothers, but each has his own personality and brought something unique to the story. I can't decide yet who is going to be my favorite: Jake, the flirtatious playboy; Tucker, the war veteran; or Hunter, the shy, quiet one. Time will tell!

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  • Posted April 21, 2014

    I received the exceptional, extraordinary, amazing, hot & se

    I received the exceptional, extraordinary, amazing, hot & sexy, romantic, contemporary story Wilde Riders by Savannah Young free from Goodreads. I absolutely loved reading Wilde Riders and found myself captivated by the well written story told in the first person point of view by the two heartwarming characters, Cooper and Riley.
    Cooper Wilde, 26 years old, Ivy League graduate, lives in New York and works on Wall Street, well on his way to making his first million before turning 30,drives a BMW 6-series convertible, and has to come home to his hick hometown Old Town, New Jersey, to help his older brother, Jake, with a financial dilemma with a bar, Haymakers. Riley Smith, 25 years old, lives in New York and works for H & C Bank, drives a BMW M3, and has to go to Old Town, New Jersey, to conduct a fraud investigation with a bar named Haymakers. Cooper warns Riley that Jake's a player. Riley tells Cooper "that the wrong guy for her would be a Wall Street wanabe who's obsessed with talking about his BMW, his Ivy League education and how he's going to make his first million before he's thirty"(38). Cooper and Riley make a wager - If Riley can handle two drinks in an hour and pass a mini field sobriety test, Cooper has to play country music with his three brothers, Jake, Tucker, and Hunter, the Wilde Riders. If Riley loses, she has to stay at the house for the weekend with Cooper and his three brothers. Riley loses the bet but she gets Cooper to play in the Wilde Riders. As Cooper and Riley's feelings toward each other deepen over the weekend, Cooper is nervous about telling Riley the truth about himself.
    Read the highly recommended awesome, sensational, fantastic, humorous, well-written, romantic story Wilde Riders by Savannah Young.

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  • Posted April 21, 2014

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    Sweet & Sexy Series Starter With Drool-Worthy Cowboys

    As the first book in the Old Town Country Romance series, the groundwork is nicely laid out for what comes next as happiness will befall each brother when they least expect it, but when they need it most, as each is struggling with emotional and physical pain. The first brother to meet his match is Cooper, who from the outside appears to have everything going for him. Everyone in town and his own brothers think he's perfect and led a charmed life, but Cooper is feeling adrift with his sole focus on gaining wealth and separating himself as much as possible from his country boy past. A quick visit home changes his life dramatically though and opens his eyes as to what's really important and helps him deal with the jealousy he's always felt towards his older brother Jake. To win over city girl Riley, Cooper embraces his country boy persona and realizes how rich small town living really is. He's more carefree and happier away from the bustle and stress of Wall Street and more expressive in his affections. He comes to realize that things aren't as important as who you are and it's what's in your heart and soul that truly define you.

    Riley is all about work too. She has goals for her future that involve an expensive car and reaching the top of her field by age 30 which leaves no room for love and family. It's not hard to stay away from love as all of her dates are devoted to work and wealth in the attempt to impress. Coming to a small town in the country has her forming all sorts of preconceived notions that are quickly blown away by the sexy, serious-minded, and intense Cooper. Their attraction is instantaneous and takes a steamy yet sweet path to HEA as he shows her all the small yet satisfying things in life. From a country fair to a sunset to a glimpse of family he shows her that happiness comes in small packages and she too comes to realize that chasing what you think you want leads to a dead end of unhappiness. Riley is a likable heroine who's so uptight when we first see her but as she starts to experience life and affection she becomes carefree and fun-loving. A small misunderstanding late in the story causes a slight ripple in her and Cooper's HEA but is thankfully quickly resolved and leads to a rousingly sweet and heartwarming epilogue.

    From start to finish I found myself fully immersed in this story and its engaging characters. Each brother is vividly depicted and unique in their personality traits. Each is emotionally, and in the case of Tucker physically, scarred which leads them to lashing out or internalizing their unhappiness. There's friction between the brothers, particularly Jake and Cooper, and this dichotomy adds to the heartache the brothers are going through and has me hoping they'll be healed by some worthy heroine. Cooper and Riley are wonderful together, sexy and sweet in their interactions which made their burgeoning romance delightful to witness. The storyline is straightforward with no Big Misunderstandings to get in the way, just a heartwarming story that brings out the best in both the hero and heroine. This book is a wonderful start to what promises to be a compelling series with to die for heroes and I can't wait for Tucker's story, which is next, as he's got many demons to overcome and I plan on being there!

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  • Posted April 7, 2014

    Welcome to rural Old Town, NJ, home of loud trucks, cold beer, c

    Welcome to rural Old Town, NJ, home of loud trucks, cold beer, country music, and the hot Wilde brothers!




    Cooper Wilde left his hometown of Old Town, NJ and never looked back when he attended Columbia University and got a position on Wall Street. Cooper never thought he would return to his small hick town roots, he has plans to become a millionaire by the time he turns thirty. But his plans are put on hold when he heads home after his older brother Jake tells him that the family bar, Haymakers, is in financial trouble and needs his help. Back in the day, Cooper was a member of the Wilde Riders country music band with his brothers Jake, Tucker, and Hunter. Cooper loves playing music, but the days of singing for money and trying to find the next gig has been replaced by his lofty Wall Street aspirations.




    Riley Smith is a fraud investigator with H&C Bank in Manhattan. Her life is going exactly as she had planned, except in her personal life. Tired of dating "Wall Street Wannabes," she hasn't been on a date in the last six months, and doesn't plan on dating in the near future. Riley is assigned to her first solo fraud investigation on a business loan issued to Jake Wilde, owner of Haymakers bar in Old Town, NJ.




    Riley's not impressed by the one-bar town until she meets Cooper Wilde, who she thinks is a good old boy from a small NJ town, not a Wall Street executive. Cooper is instantly attracted to Riley, so he chooses to hide his Wall Street position and NY lifestyle and pursue Riley. But when their attraction turns into something more, Cooper knows he has to tell Riley the truth about himself. Will Cooper and Riley find love, or will it end after one "wilde" weekend?




    In Wilde Riders, Author Savannah Young calls upon her NJ roots to weave an entertaining romance novel that takes the readers on one hell of a fun ride!




    Wilde Riders is the first book in the Old Town Country Romance series that introduces the readers to the four Wilde brothers: Cooper, Jake, Tucker, and Hunter. Set in the small rural town of Old Town, NJ and told in the first person narrative, the reader follows Cooper and Riley as their romance unfolds like a classic country song. This is a fast-paced fun and sexy tale that keeps the reader turning the pages with its romance, drama, and brotherly rivalry. Who says you can't go back home?




    I loved reading Cooper's story, but I do have to admit that I am biased because of the following: the story is set in my home state of NJ, I love country music, and I love me some hot country men! I knew I was going to get hooked when I read the book's description, and I wasn't disappointed as it left me eagerly wanting to read about the other three brother's stories in this series. I loved the attraction and chemistry between Cooper and Riley, and I enjoyed watching as their relationship developed. And if that isn't enough to catch your interest, then add the tantalizing introduction of the other Wilde brothers into the mix, and you won't be able to resist their charms!




    Wilde Riders is a playful romantic tale that has a fun cast of characters, witty and humorous banter, and a sweet and spicy romance set to a country theme.

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  • Posted April 6, 2014

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    I have to say I really did enjoy this book even though it's writ

    I have to say I really did enjoy this book even though it's written in the POV of each of the main characters. I'm still not a fan of books written in first person. I really liked Cooper. He and Reilly had really great chemistry. I'm looking forward to reading Tucker's book. It's supposed to be out it his month.

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