Review: Riding on Instinct by Jaci Burton

33770845From the back of the book:

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 expose a corrupt DEA agent. All she has to do is learn to strip like a pro…


Standing in her way is arrogant and smoking-hot Spencer King, her new 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 teasingly 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..

I love the Wild Riders. These sexy men on bikes are some of my favorite heroes. Each book I read I fall in love with the hero, and Spencer was no exception. From the first sarcastic word out of his mouth I was hooked. Shadoe is the perfect girl for him – tough and vulnerable at the same time. It was a treat to read how these two characters fell in love. Posing as a stripper and her bodyguard they work together to find a rogue agent who is smuggling drugs into the country. The scenes with AJ and Pax at the strip club had me laughing out loud. This is a perfect romance with a bad boy, a not-so-good girl, and some really hot sex.

the book girl gives RIDING ON INSTINCT a 5/5

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