Delilah’s Downfall by Melissa Schroeder
Publishing: Siren Publishing
Length: Short Story (128 pgs)
Other: M/F/M/M/M, menage, anal sex, m/f, toys, bdsm
Rating: 5 cherries
Reviewed by Canterbury Bell
Delilah Gonzales loves cowboys. She has from very early in her life. But, those in her hometown didn't show much interest, or respect, so she has sworn them off. Plus, she always seems to fall head over heels for them and they always seem to leave. That's before she gets hired as the Bartlett Ranch's cook and housekeeper. When she is faced with not one, but four, gorgeous brothers, she finds herself reevaluating her cowboy ban.
The Bartlett Brothers have been looking for a woman for all them. They each have different needs, wants, and Delilah seems to be the one to fill them all. It doesn't take long before they have her in their bed. But, when she is faced with choosing them over her family, will she stand up to her overbearing brothers, or leave the brothers with broken hearts?
Oh, Delilah, Delilah, what is a girl to do? Being a professionally trained chef, but wanting to go back home to the simple life and being with family, what do you decide to do? Take a cooking job at a ranch with four very hot and spicy brothers who, lucky for you, like to share…everything!!!!!
Delilah Gonzales is the new cook at the Bartlett Ranch. She gave up her very successful and lucrative career in an uptown restaurant for the change of scenery and reuniting with her three competitive brothers. The ranch is owned by four very hard working, hard playing cowboys, two of whom happen to be twins. From her first run in with the respectful and gentlemanly Mason, the Dom, Shane, and finally her intro to the lusty twins Justin and Jesse, her life is turned upside down. Is it possible to be physically and emotionally attracted to four men all at once, all in the same house, all in the same family? Oh boy, what a way to find out! Needless to say that her introduction to ranch life is not what she thought it would be.
Delilah is a complicated woman. She has grown up under the black cloud of a reckless mother and very overprotective brothers. Although all the Bartlett brothers have a similar desire, they are all so different in personality and manner that it makes this exciting to read. They are opposite in many way but complement each other in their dedication to their ranch and their desire for one woman to love all of them. They are the ultimate cowboys, physically and the ultimate men emotionally. The story carries their mutual attraction so smoothly and resists what could be cliché.
Once again, I love, love, love when the knight in shining armor is wearing a Stetson and chaps. I love even more when there is a happily ever after, again and again and again.