Monday, November 27, 2017

Book Review: 'Theirs To Share' by Lexie Davis





Misty has been in Lucky, Texas for two weeks now. She’s writing a series of articles in her newspaper column, focusing on how Lucky as a town caters to the bondage and ménage lifestyles. Aside from a few creepy emails, there has been an overwhelmingly positive response from her readers. Misty is also seriously attracted to her neighbors across the street. Brandon and his foster brothers have more than caught her attention. Can they make things work between them?
SHAREWhat on earth should a girl do? Brandon, the fire Chief, Easton, the only EMT in Texas and Rowdy, the deputy Sherriff are foster brothers and more than interested in a ménage. How could anyone possibly say no to that? Misty sure can’t and I don’t blame her one bit. I found this to be a mostly character-driven story. There’s not a lot of plot outside the ménage coming together and working. I did enjoy how each of the men – but Rowdy in particular – were quite complicated, deep characters. I feel the author did a great job of making the dynamics between the brothers interesting and fun, but they still each had their own personality and flaws.
There were clearly lures for other books scattered throughout the story – but I found this could easily be read as a stand-alone novel. I didn’t need any backstory on the town or Misty’s friend and the other stories I presume have been written in the series. I found the sex to be smoking hot and deliciously explicit. I also really enjoyed how it wasn’t just the three men with Misty. They each had alone time with the other and this helped me understand their connections and strengthened their relationship together in my eyes. The BDSM was quite light – mostly a bit of spanking/flogging, toys and restraints. There was nothing I found extreme or overly hard-core and I feel most readers used to erotic romance should find it tasteful and hot.
Readers interested in a ménage story with some hot sex and a little bit of BDSM should find this a fun, entertaining read that ticks all the boxes.




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