Sunday, October 8, 2017

ARC Review: Theirs to Take (Blasphemy #3) by @LauraKayeAuthor

Theirs to Take
Blasphemy #3
by Laura Kaye
Published Sept 26, 2017
**ARC received directly from the author 
in exchange for an honest review**

Blurb via Goodreads:

She’s the fantasy they’ve always wanted to share… 
Best friends Jonathan Allen and Cruz Ramos share almost everything—a history in the Navy, their sailboat building and restoration business, and the desire to dominate a woman together, which they do at Baltimore’s exclusive club, Blasphemy. Now if they could find someone who wants to play for keeps… 
All Hartley Farren has in the world is the charter sailing business she inherited from her beloved father. So when a storm damages her boat, she throws herself on the mercy of business acquaintances to do the repairs—stat. She never expected to find herself desiring the sexy, hard-bodied builders, but being around Jonathan and Cruz reminds Hartley of how much she longs for connection. If only she could decide which man she wants to pursue more… 
As their attraction flashes hot, Jonathan and Cruz determine to have Hartley for their own. But the men’s erotic world is new and overwhelming, and Hartley’s unsure if she could really submit to being both of theirs to take…forever. 

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About the Author

Laura Kaye is the New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author of contemporary and erotic romance and romantic suspense, including the Hard Ink, Raven Riders, Blasphemy, Heroes, and Hearts of the Anemoi series. Laura's hot, heartfelt stories are all about the universal desire for a place to belong. Laura grew up amidst family lore involving angels, ghosts, and evil-eye curses, cementing her life-long fascination with storytelling and the supernatural. Laura also writes historical fiction as Laura Kamoie, and lives in Maryland with her husband and two daughters, and appreciates her view of the Chesapeake Bay every day.

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My Review

Phew.... *Fans Face* Laura Kaye did it again with the next installment in the Blasphemy series. Holy hotness.... squared... or cubed if you include Hartley into the mix. I was a bit intimidated to be honest with ya when I picked up this one. It's been a while since I'd read a good threesome book but this one definitely didn't disappoint. I really enjoyed the other two books in the series but this one has been, by far, my favorite in the series. 

Hartley is the female lead that we all would wish for. She's independent, strong, and no where near the whiny female found in a lot of books these days. She's... normal. I feel like I could go to this town and walk up to her, start a conversation, and then beg her for the inside edition to the relationship between her and the sexy duo that is Jonathan and Cruz. 

The sex... woah.... Again... *fans face* 

I love this series because I love the idea of these guys being part owners in the club, Blasphemy. It's an underground world that is foreign for my country girl, Louisiana small-town self. I love to be immersed in this world. 

Overall, great read. If you've enjoyed the other two books in this series, you won't be disappointed with this one. You even get to see a few of the other characters. 

Overall, 5 Stars
Cover: 3.5 Stars
Characters: 5 Stars
Plot: 4 Stars
Climax: 4 Stars
Ending: 5 Stars 

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