Five Ways 'Til Sunday

Delta Heat, Book 1

Five Ways til Sunday was an awesome read. The characters dragged me in right away. They are written really well and are relatable. Sex is a big part of this story and so is throughout and explicit. I felt that it added to the story and that it helped to create a deeper bond between Marti and Jackson.

Jackson knows that Marti is it for him but he also knows that she does not think so. He knows that he has to prove to her that she is right for him even though she has tattoo and dyed hair. She tries to chase him away but he won't have that and so he calls in reinforcements to help him get her to agree to marry him.

There are plenty of emotions in this story and I enjoyed them all. I would love to see more of them and to get the stories of the friends.


Book Blurb for Five Ways 'Til Sunday

Sometimes a man's just gotta call for backup.

Marti Kowalski is all wrong for Officer Jackson Teague-he just won't listen to reason. She didn't finish high school, runs a bar. Has a tattoo and a blue streak in her hair. Yet he still wants to marry her? She can't say she's not tempted, but she's got a bucket list to complete before she ties the knot.

Not just any bucket-more like a fifty-five-gallon drum of sexual wishes so explicit, there's no way one man, even Jackson, can fulfill them all.

When Marti turns him down again, Jackson insists on knowing why. That's when she shows him her list. He takes it, thinks about it-and calls on the only men he can trust: four buddies from his academy graduating class.

Between the five of them, he's sure they can come up with a plan to check off every item on her list in one wild, wicked weekend. That is, if she has the nerve to follow through-and if he can bear to share her.

Warning: Contains five men on a mission to break down the resistance of one determined woman, using everything in their arsenal from BDSM accoutrements to roleplay of non-consensual situations.


Night Owl Reviews Dec, 2011 4.25