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  • took a while, but really enjoyed it.

    Independent reviewer for Archaeolibrarian, I was gifted my copy of this book. Chris turns 18, and his world implodes around him. Earth is invaded, his family on the run, or worst, dead. Then, to top it all, he and his cousin Morgan are captured to be given as sex slaves for the Alasharins. Lasar and Nary are a Soul Matched pair, bonded for life in a kind of Dom/sub type relationship. Nary comes across Chris at the slave cages and is instantly drawn to Chris in a way he never experienced before. Lasar is drawn too, powerfully and it leads him to question everything he has been told about these sex starved humans. Indeed, it brings him to question his very soul. I liked this, in the end. It took a while to get going and for a time, I wasn't sure I would finish it. So glad I stuck with it! Chris young, just 18, and I'm not a fan of main characters of that age but I did like Chris here. He has an old head on his young shoulders. He knows he has to do what he does to stay alive, even if it means becoming a sex slave. But immediately, Chris is drawn to Nary, and later, Lasar, and it's clear to him that things may not be as bad as he first thought. Lasar's reaction to the ever growing Soul Match is deep, and he calls to the stars for his answers, which, to be fair, don't come, but the Healer was an amusing character! Lasar calls into question all he has been told about the humans they are invading, and then, everything his leader is doing. All three have their say, and there is more to come from them. Or at least I hope there is!! Lasar, Nary and Chris have much to face in their new three-way relationship, both in and out of the bedroom. And what of Morgan? What will happen to him when Lasar's friend returns from the big water?? He needs a story too! There isn't much actual sex between the three of them, but that isn't a bad thing for this book. They are ALL still learning what it means, this new and never-before-happened three way Soul Match. New for Lasar to be Dom to both Nary and Chris, for Nary to be BOTH Dom to Chris and sub to Lasar, and for Chris, learning what exactly the fuss is all about, him being sub to both Lasar and Nary, and learning all that it entails. I'd like to read more for this series, its different and I do love different! Because it took a while to get going... 4 stars

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  • 5 stars = I freaking LOVED this book!!!

    I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads. Having read a couple of Knight’s books previously and discovering that I enjoyed the author’s writing style, even when reading a book set in a time period I don’t typically enjoy, I jumped at the chance to read Slave for Two. I’ve made no bones about that fact that sci-fi erotica and romances are among my favorite genres to read. Slave for Two offered me the chance to read a book from my favorite genre written by an author whose writing I’ve enjoyed and wanted to read more of, with the bonus of being a MMM ménage with some BDSM thrown in. Can you say jackpot? I can, and upon completing the book, the rewards were even greater than I anticipated. Let me start by saying that there was absolutely nothing about Slave for Two that I didn’t like. As this is the first book in the Soul Match series, Knight has to do just a bit of post-alien invasion world building. By utilizing Chris’s inner worrying, his memories, and his conversations with those he is with at the beginning of the book, I had a firm grasp of what was occurring. Or I should say, as firm of grasp as Chris had, so I felt like I was right there with him, forging a connection to his character quickly and becoming invested in what he was enduring and the weight on his shoulders. Knight made me feel Chris’s burden as he took charge of what was left of his family, and later, the turmoil he faced when he finds himself captured by the aliens. Yet it didn’t stop there as Chris’s world continues to be turned upside down once he not only learns his fate is to be a human sex toy, but he also learns that his future is not nearly as cut and dry as his new “role” suggested it would be. But Chris’s world isn’t the only one turned upside down. Not at all. His new owners, Lasar and Nary, are experiencing a never before seen phenomena for their species and Chris is the cause of it. While the three men must acclimate to a new way of life, including new relationship roles, bigger forces are at work that may jeopardize their new arrangement. As a rule, I try to avoid mentioning other authors and their books in a review; however, I feel the need to do so to explain why Slave for Two appealed to my reading tastes so much. My favorite sci-fi romance series is Tracy St. John’s Clans of Kalquor series and since discovering my love of MM romances, I was ecstatic when St. John introduced her Clan Beginnings series, because between the two, my love of ménage romances has been well fed. Despite this, I’m always on the lookout for new MMM sci-fi ménage romances, especially series – sadly, they’re not as common as I would hope, especially those with a BDSM theme to them. I have found a few that I’ve enjoyed, but Knight’s Soul Match series is the only one that, for me, is on par with what I feel when reading St. John’s books. Again, this is my personal reading experience and my personal taste. For me, Knight sucked me into her characters’ lives and world in much the same way that St. John does, and the presence of what appears to be a strong story arc for the series that should play out over several books pleases me immensely. Slave for Two ends in such a way that this chapter in Chris, Lasar, and Nary’s life feels complete, and yet I feel as though their story is just beginning, thus leaving me desperate for book two – not because I’m hanging on a cliff, but because I want more, more of their story, more of their new world, and more soul matches.

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