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Ride the Thunder

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Jordanna Smith is a woman every man wants and every woman wants to be. Her father is rich, she spends part of her time globe trotting, hunting big game. No man is good enough for her, because no man can compare to her father. Then one night at a party the stoked fires within her are set ablaze by a stranger.

Jordanna flees to the mountains of Idaho with her father's hunting party to escape the memories of that one passionate night. She is stunned when they meet their guide, Brig McCord, because he was the man who poured gas on her fire.

Jordanna Smith was the wild and willowy daughter of a prominent banker and a glamorous socialite, a globe-trotting huntress who sought the world’s big game at her father’s side. No man was her father’s equal in her eyes—until the night she met the rugged stranger who, in one frenzied and exalted moment, tapped the roots of a desire she had never known.

Fleeing to Idaho to join her father’s hunting party, she hoped to forget the bronzed stranger’s fiery touch. But there he was—her stranger, their guide, Brig McCord.

Their days were filled with the wild beauty of the hunt, their nights with the primitive fire of their passion.

But soon their idyll was shattered by jealousy, betrayal, and murder.

Now Jordanna has to face the hidden truths about her father and her brother, and a secret that already had claimed one life and threatened to destroy her newfound love.

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Ride the thunder

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"THE LARGE DEN was paneled with rich walnut wood."

Work Description

Jordanna Smith is a woman every man wants and every woman wants to be. Her father is rich, she spends part of her time globe trotting, hunting big game. No man is good enough for her, because no man can compare to her father. Then one night at a party the stoked fires within her are set ablaze by a stranger.

Jordanna flees to the mountains of Idaho with her father's hunting party to escape the memories of that one passionate night. She is stunned when they meet their guide, Brig McCord, because he was the man who poured gas on her fire.

Jordanna Smith was the wild and willowy daughter of a prominent banker and a glamorous socialite, a globe-trotting huntress who sought the world’s big game at her father’s side. No man was her father’s equal in her eyes—until the night she met the rugged stranger who, in one frenzied and exalted moment, tapped the roots of a desire she had never known.

Fleeing to Idaho to join her father’s hunting party, she hoped to forget the bronzed stranger’s fiery touch. But there he was—her stranger, their guide, Brig McCord.

Their days were filled with the wild beauty of the hunt, their nights with the primitive fire of their passion.

But soon their idyll was shattered by jealousy, betrayal, and murder.

Now Jordanna has to face the hidden truths about her father and her brother, and a secret that already had claimed one life and threatened to destroy her newfound love.

Classifications

Library of Congress PS3554.A29 R5 1984
Dewey 813/.54

Ride the Thunder

This edition was published in by Pocket


Classifications

Library of Congress
CPB Box no. 768 vol. 13

The Physical Object

Format
Paperback

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL7666709M
Internet Archive
ridethunder00dail
ISBN 10
0671836048
ISBN 13
9780671836047
LC Control Number
97816257
OCLC/WorldCat
6521084
Library Thing
79200
Goodreads
3933529

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