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  • Laura Kaye is a genius

    So in all honestly, ménage romances are really not my thing but I’m a die-hard Laura Kaye fan and I’d read anything she writes. I’ve really been enjoying this series and Theirs to Take was a great addition even if it’s a bit outside my wheelhouse. Most of the story takes place outside the Blasphemy club and instead involves the characters exploring their relationship in “the real world” and there’s just one scene at the end where Hartley gets the club experience. One of the things that continues to impress me is how well Kaye weaves together the erotica side of the story with the regular lives of the characters. In terms of my enjoyment, I think that made a big difference because I came to fall in love with the characters for who they were and I could see how they’d formed a true relationship not just had some fun in the bedroom. I liked Hartley from the very beginning, she just has a really genuine way about her; she’s a hard worker, smart, and she never gives up. She’s never been in the BDSM lifestyle but she’s very open-minded and knows about her friend’s involvement in what turns out to be the same club as Jonathan and Cruz. Hartley was really honest with herself as she considered the possibility of being with two men and once she makes her decision she goes all in. I don’t know if there’s a usual “format” for ménage books but I’m glad that even though Hartley meets and clicks with Jonathan first she comes into the relationship on equal footing with both men. Hartley really becomes the connection that allows Jonathan and Cruz to finally admit their feelings for each other and realize what they truly wanted for the long term. Both Jonathan and Cruz were great heroes and each one brings something different to the relationship. Jonathan comes from a loving, hippie family, and he’s open, charming, and friendly with everyone. On the other side, Cruz is a bit more reserved and intense and he struggles with keeping his bisexuality a secret from his very religious family. It’s clear how much Jonathan and Cruz care for each other so it’s a little surprising that after all this time they’ve never crossed any sexual lines with each other. If there was one part I found a little unbelievable, it was this because it seemed like Cruz and Jonathan knew everything about each other but they didn’t know this. Hartley’s complete acceptance of both men really helps cement the bond between all three and though they know a relationship will be hard they don’t want to be apart. Of course given the content, this read was off the charts on fire as these three explore each other. With Hartley’s inexperience with ménage à trois and D/s relationships they start out a little slow at first but things quickly move along. Jonathan and Cruz might be dominants but they’re incredibly caring and sweet with Hartley and she’s open to everything their relationship could be. I did end up liking a book focused on three people in a relationship more than I expected, but I don’t think I’ll be reading any more ménage books unless it’s a part of a series I’m reading. It’s hard to pinpoint an exact reason, but I think I just prefer the focus on two people rather than three because I feel less divided in attention.

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  • When one Prince Charming isn't enough...

    Theirs to Take By: Laura Kaye ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️.5 Review by Kristie K When one Prince Charming isn’t enough…Laura Kaye brings you two…and the results are explosive… Laura Kaye knocks it out of the park with the third installment in the Blasphemy series, this time we get two incredible men instead of one, and a feisty woman with an intense love of the water and a heart of gold. Hartley Farren inherited her father’s charter sailing business, and has continued where her father left off. Her love for the sea, and her amazing sailing abilities have earned her a robust clientele and an opportunity to participate in the renowned Sailing University. The only problem, a hurricane slammed through the Chesapeake, causing severe damage to Hartley’s catamaran, and jeopardizing her business for the foreseeable future. With no reputable company available to do the repairs she requires within the timeframe she needs, Hartley finds herself desperate for help. Enter Jonathan Allen, former naval officer and co-owner of A&R Builds and Restoration. Jonathan, and his best friend Cruz Ramos own and operate the sailboat repair and restoration business, and business is booming. So much so that they really don’t have the time to take on a repair as large as Hartley’s…but Jonathan just can’t tell her no. There’s just something about her that he can’t forget, and he’s hoping for more than just friendship. Together with Cruz, they set out to repair Hartley’s catamaran, and win her heart…because these two guys want a woman of their own. Someone that would appreciate everything they have to offer. As with every book by Laura Kaye that I have had the pleasure of reading, Theirs to Take is an incredible tale of discovery, love, and passion. The plot and storyline are unique, and very well crafted. The story is written with fabulous clarity, insight, and heart. I was completely taken in by the story, with it’s emphasis on family, partnership, and love. The character development was spot on, with each of them burrowing their way into my heart. Hartley was so amazing. Her love for her father, caring for her mother, and the strength to carry on and remain the same sweet, kind, loving woman. She was everything you want to be, and everything you want in a heroine. Jonathan and Cruz were heart-stopping. Each carrying their own brand of sex appeal, masculinity, and honor. Two amazing men, each as different as they are the same, with so much love to give. When the right woman comes along, every woman will be jealous of what they have to offer her. This book was amazing, and I can’t wait to see what Ms. Kaye brings us next time. Kristie K

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  • Wowza!

    This book is holy hotness, Batman! Off the charts steamy. I was so glad to see Jonathan and Cruz would get their story after getting glimpses of them throughout the other books. Hartley is immediately likable and I really liked the fact that Cruz and Jonathan meet her outside the club. Here’s my gripe: I wanted more! Laura Kaye does angst really well and there wasn’t a lot of it in this book. Yes, it’s an erotica, but I also want the romance aspect of it. The give and take; ups and downs; the moment that (even though you know there’s a HEA) you get that little tug in the middle of your heart when the character’s heart breaks. Some people may not want that. Some people may love the fact that these characters meet, decide they like each other and want to give it a shot, and it all works out. I’m not saying there’s anything wrong with that. But as a fan of Laura Kaye’s, I’m always going to want more. 😉 All that said, I still really enjoyed their story. This is a great addition to the Blasphemy series!

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