Book Reviews of Ride the Thunder

Ride the Thunder
Ride the Thunder
Author: Janet Dailey
ISBN-13: 9780671836047
ISBN-10: 0671836048
Publication Date: 7/1/1980
Pages: 374
Rating:
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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3.6 stars, based on 12 ratings
Publisher: Pocket
Book Type: Paperback
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Jordana, the huntress, socialite daughter of a man whose equal she never dreamed she'd find. Fate dictates a meeting with the perfect stranger who crosses her path again in an Idoho hunting party. Agai, their primitive passion burns in the midst of betrayal & murder. Will they be able to hang onto their love throughout it?
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Author - Janet Dailey

back cover - a stunning novel of modern passions from the author of The Calder Saga - from the driving power of Manhattan's penthouses to the high wild beauty of Idaho's mountains, a love story that Rides the Thunder!
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Jordanna was wild and willowy, a globe-trotting huntress, socialite daughter of a man whose equal she never dreamed she'd find. Until the night a bronzed, rugged stranger brought her desire to a frenzy she had never known. Fleeing to Idaho to forget his fiery touch, she joined her father's hunting party only to find the stranger there, acting as a guide. Again, their primitive passion burned. But a dark secret, born of jealousy, betrayal and murder, threatened to destroy their newfound love.
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This is a good interesting read. It has mystery and romance.
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JORDANNA SMITH WAS THE WILD AND WILLOWY DAUGHTER OF A PROMINENT BANKER AND A GLAMOROUS SOCALITE, A GLOBE TROTTING HUNTRESS WHO SOUGHT THE WORLDS BIG GAME AT HER FATHERS SIDE. NO MAN WAS HER FATHERS EQUAL IN HER EYES UNTIL THE NIGHT SHE MET THE RUGGED STRANGER WHO IN ON FRENZIED AND EXALTED MOMENT TAPPED THE ROOTS OF A DESIRE SHE HAD NEVER KNOWN.
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from the driving power of manhattan's penthouses to the wild beauty of idaho's mountains