New York Times bestselling author “Jaci Burton does raw, passionate romance like no other” (Joyfully Reviewed), and now she does it again as fate brings together a man and a woman who bet their hearts on a night of total abandon.
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Grace Wilde owns Wild Nights, a Las Vegas swingers club that provides a fantasy-come-true for strangers in search of total pleasure. Rarely indulging in the fun herself, Grace knows it’s best to never mix business with pleasure—until pleasure comes in such an irresistible package like Mike Nottingham. She wants more of him.
Wild Nights is perfect for Mike, a newcomer to the club accustomed to relationships ending when the sun comes up. Mike is pure country, all animal, and up for a good time. But it’s Grace who has fired his engines. Her intellect, her free spirit, and her beauty arouse him like nothing ever has before. He wants more of her.
But can two people who thrive on independence find a compromise between commitment and absolute sexual freedom?
Includes a preview of Jaci Burton’s new Play-by-Play novel, One Sweet Ride
Jaci Burton is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling romance novelist. In addition to writing the Play-by-Play, Hope, and Wild Riders series, she has also coauthored a number of anthologies with fellow romance writer Lora Leigh. Burton lives in Oklahoma with her husband… More about Jaci Burton
“Jaci Burton’s stories are full of heat and heart.”— New York Times bestselling author Maya Banks
“A strong plot, complex characters, sexy athletes, and non-stop passion make this book a must read.”— Fresh Fiction
“This book delivers.”— Dear Author
“[Jaci Burton] delivers the passionate, inventive, sexually explicit love scenes that fans expect….However, Taking a Shot isn’t just about hot sex. Burton offers plenty of emotion and conflict in a memorable relationship-driven story.”— USA TODAY Happy Ever After reviews
“Ms. Burton has a way of writing intense scenes that are both sensual and raw….Plenty of romance, sexy men, hot steamy loving, and humor.”— Smexy Book Reviews