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4.5 stars The end got a bit too mushy for me but otherwise this was amazing. Delicious menage smut, kinda romance suspense i really loved it i totally recommend to anyone who loves romance this one is hot, romantic and cute at the same time. I'm a bit worried about what book three is going to be about but i will definitely read it soon
tags: M/M/F menage romance, two best friends in love fall in love with a woman, incredible steamy scenes, good communication for a romance, no unnecessary drama, polyamory content warning: violence, attempted murder, manipulative family relative
Forever Theirs is an entertaining and satisfying read.
After reading the quick novella Theirs For The Night I was intrigued by Theo, Galen and Meg . This book explores their connection , their off the charts chemistry and the possibility of a HEA for the three of them while running from a power hungry uncle and proving Theo right to the throne of Thalanian.
I liked this story, even though it took be a little bit to warm up or relate to the heroine; purely because of her inability to accept help; and made such a big deal out of $2000 . I thought it was ridiculous. Besides that little hiccup at the beginning , the progression story was delightful and engaging; the sexy times were passionate and steamy.
This book ends in a cliffhanger ; it surprised me as I was lead to believe this was a duet instead of series, that hopefully, will end at book three coming up in December 2018.
Theo knows what he wants and can be very persuasive and persistent into getting others to see and accept things his way. Galen has been his childhood friend and so much more, together they are a half of a whole. Can't imagine one without the other (like Ying and Yang). Then there is Meg, who was promised a night of passion with Theo and Galen. Turns out that they had a bit more in store for her and a bit of surprise. But instead of Meg being repulsed by what they represent, she was more fascinated and intrigued by them.
So what was supposed to be only one night of passion has turned out to be so much more. And although, Galen advised and warned both of them (not so much in detail to Meg, but enough to have her apprehensive and heeding his warning), Theo ignored it and does as he wish. Which led to their enemies targeting Meg, thankfully Galen was just in time to rescue her. Now her life is at risk and they have to take her with them to keep her safe.
None of them bargain for their emotions to get involved and have them craving something more together. But Theo belongs to the people of Thalania and they have their own rites and rituals that does not include Meg and Galen as a part of his life
Well here we are at the continuation of the introductory novella. This is a very interesting storyline for a M/M genre, one I wasn't expecting when I read the first book. I like the interaction between the men and how the royalty plays into their connection. The prince being very privileged but yet having a loving, close family upbringing. Then there is Galen with his title from his family but a very different family dynamic. He feels indebted to Theo for saving him from his brutal, ambitious father and therefore subservient to him as well. It is not how Theo sees him though, he sees him as an equal, a brother and a mate. Enter Meg, who is totally alien to their world. She is a poor, trailer park kid who has an abusive, drunken mother who never took care of her and she practically raised herself. The positive of this background made her a very determined and strong, independent person; also very wary of everyone. Along comes these two gorgeous men who want her and she is totally taken aback by it all. She thinks this is a one time only thing until she is caught up in Theo's messy life and her life is threatened in the process. The story is fascinating to say the least as it unfolds the ugliness of royal politics, greed and dangerous ambition. The men are forced to take her into their fold, like it or not, just to keep her safe. She fights them tooth and nail because they don't explain the dangers at first and she is very independent and does't want to be beholden to either of them. She comes off as a bit of a brat at first but that has a lot to do with her upbringing and her desire to be free of any control from any one. She is very smart and cunning and it takes the guys awhile to find out she is an asset rather than just a desirable burden. This is a good story and I can't wait for the final chapters. I still have a problem with the editing therefore one star has been removed for that reason.
Based on the free short story offered as a teaser to this world, I was hooked enough to buy the next book to see where it all went. Once again, the three main heroes were pretty solid. Theo and Galen are true to the core characters they represent, and their history is hinted at just enough to make their mutual attraction to Meg understandable. Even more understandable is Meg herself, who is recognizable as a modern grad student struggling financially but portrays some lovely characterization twists that make her more than a walking cliché.
Amid some truly excellent steamy bits, it’s easy to go along for the ride. However, we’re never really shown why Meg fits so perfectly with Theo and Galen. The chemistry between them works, but beyond that, the reader is mostly just told how great the relationship is and why it should continue. I’m going to need a bit more than that.
Unfortunately, the book is not made up of merely three people exploring a relationship. Theo is the Crown Prince of a fictional European country, albeit a small one, and Galen is supporting his attempts to end his exile and reclaim his throne. Beyond that, however, the world-building starts to fall apart. Theo and Galen are indistinguishable from rich American men.
Overall, the plot supports the romantic arc(s). But I wish as much time and effort had been spent on the plot as the sexual escapades.
Theo and Galen have been best friends and lovers since they were teenagers. Meg is a struggling graduate student who had an incredible night with the two men. While walking out of their apartment the next morning she over hears them discussing issues about the problem they are in. She finds out Theo is the exiled prince of a European country.
This makes the decision to never see them again an easier choice. The men however have other ideas on their mind. Theo makes a reappearance in Meg's life putting her in danger. The story that unfolds involves Theo and Galen trying to protect Meg from the enemies who exiled Theo.
This is a great story full of action and suspense. I really enjoyed it.
This picks up more or less right where the first novella left off, Meg, Theo, and Galen’s sexy introduction to us, and to each other. They’re thrown into each other’s paths again and things move rapidly from there, with the three jetting all across Europe in search of proof that’ll get Theo out of exile and back on the throne, all the while falling more in love and dodging attempts on their life. This combination of circumstances obviously makes for some scorching sexy times, as you’d expect, and the three together are fire AF, although I fall in love with Theo a little more every time!
This is the second book in the series. Be sure to read in order or it wont make much sense. This book is about Theo. He is the exiled king of Thalanian. His uncle that wants to rule got rid of him on some chumped up ruling. Thinking Theo will just stay away. That isn't in the cards.
I like that the author brings so much love and passion to this story. While the whole storyline is a little farfetched, the depth of emotion somehow ties the whole fairytale fantasy together in a good novel.