Monday, March 13, 2017



The Sex Bucket List by Prescott Lane Release Date: March 9th Genre: Contemporary Romance

I’m Emerson, and my “to do” list is longer than I’d like. You might wonder what kind of woman comes up with a sex bucket list? Answer — the kind who’s been in a sex drought, has two crazy girlfriends encouraging her, and one too many bottles of wine. 

This kind of list requires special skill. And I have just the man in mind to help me. He’s younger. So that checks one thing off my list. And he’s the kind of man every woman should sleep with at least once in her life. The kind of man who knows his way around a woman’s body. And God, I’d like him to know mine.

Armed with new lingerie and a fancy high-tech vibrator, I’m taking charge. Of love, of life, and my libido. How hard can that be? Well, judging by the rate of pole dancing injuries, I might be in trouble.

But how much trouble can one woman get in? Giving your panties to a stranger isn’t illegal in Georgia, is it?

Grab a pen and ma
ke your own Sex Bucket List!


Our kiss is hard and rough, and it has my legs clenching together.  His hands go to my ass, pulling my dress up slightly, lifting me up onto the edge of my desk, grinding against me.  Wearing a wrap dress today was a good call.  I usually wear wrap dresses because they are no fuss, add a nice cinch to my waist, and feel like pajamas.  Easy access wasn’t one of the reasons, but I’m thankful for it now. Wrestling with his shirt, I yank it out of his pants, desperate to feel his skin under my fingertips.  His tongue finds my neck, and he kisses a path along my collarbone.  I thrust against every hard inch of him.  He pulls on the tie of my dress, and I wrap my legs around his waist.  Picking me up, he pushes me up against the floor-to-ceiling window. I can’t remember the last time a guy banged me up against a wall, or a window, for that matter.  This is a perk of being with a younger man.  Am I really going to do this?  In my office?  In the middle of the day?  He must feel my hesitation because he lowers my legs to the ground, flipping me towards the window, his hard dick pushing up against my ass, his warm breath tickling my neck. He whispers in my ear, “Number 19.  Orgasm in a public place.  I’m saying this counts.”  I look down the few stories to the busy Atlanta street, the neighboring building.  Roughly, he forces my legs apart with his foot then reaches his hand between my legs and pushes my panties to the side.  “Your list belongs to me,” he says, his voice hard.


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They synopsis intrigued me with this book. Though when I started it was a bit different from my normal reading. I'm used to reading about women in their twenties to thirties. In this case Emerson is in her forties, divorced with three children. From the very beginning of the book, the story line hooked me until the very end. It just kept taking me for different loops one right after the other. 

We find out Emerson's back story on how she is learning how to live life again after being married for about twenty years. You cannot help but feel bad for her when you hear it. The things she went through and endured all that time. Just Sad. A part of me felt she was being selfless and did everything to make everyone but herself happy. Another part of me felt that she could have gotten out a lot sooner. We say that now but. When kids are involved you will do anything to keep them happy. In this case, that's exactly what Emerson did. 

The sex list comes in to play when she finds it hidden and decides to get to knock some of them off while bringing life back to herself. Mateo then gets ahold of said list. Mateo... Younger guy that works for her family's company who supposedly has had the hots for her for a while now. He takes this list and agrees to help her. I imagined he would help her tick off some of those items on that list. But he does far more. I swooned hard over Mateo.

Emerson had always looked down upon herself. Always doubting herself and having all negative feelings about who she is. It's something I can somewhat relate to which made me love this book. She's focused her whole life on everyone and their happiness and putting hers on hold. Until Mateo comes along. He helps her see who she really is, indirectly anyway. The chemistry between the two of them are off the charts. Mateo finds his way into her life. In fact he welcomes her life as is. Kids, responsibilities and all. The things he says to her and does for her just...sigh. He always seems to out her first. No one has ever done that for her. And because of him her confidence in life is taking a turn for the better. I loved watching Emerson grow into her own person. We see her take baby steps to put herself first and to build the confidence in herself and respect for her body. This is one thing that women struggle daily and to see Emerson overcome it, gives me hope.

But a man can only take so much. What happens when life keeps getting in between Emerson and Mateo? Will he end up walking away from her too? Or will he be different and hang on? When a part of Emerson's past makes a nasty appearance what will she do? Will this affect what her and Mateo have started to form? Will he give up so easily? Or will he fight like no one else has? And how far will he go when the kids don't give him a warm welcome?

I hope you enjoy this book as much as I did. Yes the sex scenes were hot but that wasn't what made me love this book. I loved Emerson and how she found herself again after everything she went through. She found her own happiness in between her hectic life schedule. And that you don't need a man to make you happy. You just need to find the right one to help from going back down that hole. Don't settle in life. Always do what makes you happy. If you're not happy, the people around you will get the ripple effect.

This review was done by Jenn. I was given an advanced copy for my honest review. 

About the Author:

Prescott Lane is the Amazon best-selling author of Stripped Raw. She's got six other books under her belt including: First Position, Perfectly Broken, Quiet Angel, Wrapped in Lace, Layers of Her, and The Reason for Me.  She is originally from Little Rock, Arkansas, and holds a degree in sociology and a MSW from Tulane University. She married her college sweetheart, and they currently live in New Orleans with their two children and two crazy dogs. Prescott started writing at the age of five, and sold her first story about a talking turtle to her father for a quarter. She later turned to writing romance novels because there aren't enough happily ever afters in real life.

Connect with the Author:

Twitter: @prescottlane1

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