Riding the Night (Wild Riders Series #4)

Riding the Night (Wild Riders Series #4)

by Jaci Burton
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Riding the Night 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 96 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
AJ loved Teresa, but left town because he knew he was not good enough for her. A decade later, he is no longer that insecure troubled teenager as he has become a Wild Rider federal agent. He returns to Missouri on vacation, accompanied by his partner Pax. Teresa never forgot the boy who deserted her. She owns the Greasy Rider bar that AJ and Pax stop at for a drink. She is elated her AJ is back, but also finds she wants Pax too. They reciprocate as AJ never stopped loving her and Pax is falling in love with her. However, a brawl at the bar leaves one dead and Teresa's brother Joey accused of murder. The two Wild Riders accompanied by Teresa head to South Dakota for the big bike shindig to find the real killer and each other. The latest Wild Riders erotic romantic suspense (see Riding on Instinct and Riding Temptation) is a delightful entry as the three key players and their interrelationships feel genuine. The story line is fast-paced in and out of the sack (and some other places) as the dynamic trio seeks to identify who the killer is; not one of them believes Joey did it. Fans will enjoy Riding the Night with this ménage a trois while wondering how their triangle will end. Harriet Klausner
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved this series but this book was a letdown. I don't mind the threesome thing as a scene because it's erotic and a fantasy, but it was disappointing that Pax and AJ end up in love with the same woman. Their relationships with Teresa are underdeveloped and most of the story leans towards Teresa falling in love with Pax. AJ is just an afterthought. It makes little sense that a woman who was raped would jump into a sexual relationship with two men, one of whom she knew nothing about. I would have liked this book more if it was the story of Teresa and AJ falling in love again with a spicy threesome scene thrown in. Something that would make Pax realize he wanted to find what all his friends found, letting Teresa heal some of his scars. I would have looked forward to reading his book next. As it stands, this book left me lukewarm and not nearly as satisfied as the other books in the series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I like this series but I wasn't into this story as much as the others, even though the threesomes were pretty hot! I guess in the end I still like the happily ever after with 2 and not 3. I thought that Teresa would've ended up with just Pax so I was surprised when AJ admitted he was in love with her, too. It didn't seem like it to me. In any case, if you're reading for the sex and passion then you picked a winner with this series!
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I'm not into threesomes but different strokes for different folks...literally...:) no this was good and they all end up happy. I love AJ and Pax....
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Luv2ReadAG More than 1 year ago
I loved this story!!
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## This book was a disappointment for me. Generally I like the menage stories, but this one didn't do it for me. I didn't feel the connection between the heroes and heroine. I didn't like the fact that it was brought up over and over how many women they've shared. "All the time","Tons of women". We get it, no need to cram it down our throats. Also, no lover wants to hear things like...."Remember when I did that one chick up against the wall outside that bar?" Or how about: "What about that chick I did under the table at the restaurant"....ugh, no class. Even the sex scenes were bad which is so unlike Jaci. Read "Riding on Instinct" instead and skip this one.
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The mystery suspense was lacking. The entire wild series is like that.
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