Riding on Instinct

I want to thank Kathryn with Penguin for sending me a copy of this book to review.

Department of Justice agent Shadoe Grayson has just signed on to help the Wild Riders. The Wild Riders are a group of bikers that work for the US government. Their latest case is to identify a DEA rogue agent, who is helping the Colombians bring in illegal drugs. The only clue the Wild Riders have is that the drugs are being transported through a strip club in New Orleans. Agent Shadoe plans to go undercover as a head lining stripper but first she has to convince bad boy and one of the Wild Riders, Spencer King that she is not the stuck up bitch he thinks she is. Agent Grayson not only convinces Spence that she is more than qualified for the job but leaves him wanting her body from head to toe. Things are about to really heat up in New Orleans.

The sexual attraction between Shadoe and Spence is so hot that it burns! The characters in this story were captivating and had a great sense of humor. They all meshed well together. Riding in Instinct seems to be part of a series that features the Wild Riders. This book can be read separately. I have been in a reading slump and thought I would never be able to ge4t out of it. That all changed when I picked up Riding with Instinct. From the first chapter I was hooked. I read the whole book in a matter of hours. Let me say that Jaci Burton is just what the doctor ordered. So if you are looking for something steamy that touches up in all the right spots, then you need to pick up a copy of Riding with Instinct today.


Linda Jacobs said…
Sometimes, a book like that is perfect to snap us out of the reading doldrums.

It DOES sound good!
The Bookworm said…
wow, you read it in a few hours! it must be very good and you must be a fast reader :)
I was first attracted to this book by the cover. I'm not a huge pink fan but I absolutely love it! So glad to hear the book is good. I'll definitely be picking up a copy (=

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