Five Weeks

Five Weeks

By Dannika Dark

Seven series, book #3

Category: Paranormal Romance

 Overall Rating: 4

  • Captivation: 4
  • Sizzle: 3.5
  • Romance: 4.5
  • Enjoyment: 4
  • Literacy: 4

Book Description: Destiny will find you.

Izzy has always loved the freedom and adventure of life on the road, but she’s recently decided to settle down–as much as a rogue wolf can. When her boyfriend gets her a job working at a hot Shifter bar, she runs into the last person on earth she expected to see again.

Jericho isn’t the famous rock star he once was, though he still plays in a local band and loves to party. Beautiful women come and go, but music is his only passion–until a sassy redhead named Isabelle Monroe shows up unexpectedly.

Fate reunites two former friends living with one foot in the present and the other in the past. But will they have a future when one of them is forced to choose between life and death? Old habits die hard, and sometimes the toughest addictions to shake are the ones that control our hearts.

Captivation:  Interesting story that kept me struggling to put the book down at all!  I didn’t think I’d like this one as much, but found the book just so intriguing…

Sizzle: The intimacy scenes were good, but also in a way, awkward.  I don’t know what it was about them, but just felt weird.

Romance: Love the characters and relationship building in this one!  I did not think I would like Jericho as much as I did, given the prior books.  However, I really found myself liking his character more and more as I went along.  The relationship development between Jericho and Izzy is truly great to read.

Enjoyment:  I really liked this book, though I had several moments where I disliked Jericho’s brothers… I couldn’t put the book down.  If not for the awkward intimacy between the characters, I would have rated this book as my favorite thus far in the series.

Literacy:  Standard editing, not as many grammatical errors as in the prior two books.

Overall, Love this book.  It will absolutely be on the read-again shelf.  There is good balance between the characters, conflicts and plot.

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