Sunday, January 11, 2015

Their's to Share by Trista Ann Michaels

Title:Theirs to Share
Series:Crime & Punishment, 3
Author:Trista Ann Michaels
Publisher:Loose Id
Genre and Pairing:Contemporary and M/F, M/F/M
PageCount:201 pages
Reviewer Name: Luna
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Publisher Blurb
FBI agents Grayson and Parker have a very strange mental connection, which is a side effect of the spell their twin mothers put on them when they were young. Whatever one feels the other does as well. Which is great for knowing when one is in trouble or hurt. Not so great when it comes to women.

Cheyenne has found herself in a mess. As witness to the torture and murder of an undercover FBI agent, she has no choice but to go into witness protection. While in hiding with Parker and Grayson, she’ll find out some interesting things about herself and her unusual sexual desires.

Performing open heart surgery? Piece of cake. Taking on two men at once? Much more fun than she ever imagined

Theirs to Share by Trista Ann Michaels is third in the Crimes and Punishment series.  You do not need to read this series is chronological order.
Cheyenne was doing the right thing and it cost her and her best friend more than they expected.  She witnessed a mob hit and now is on the run with two sexy FBI agents.  And her previously non-existent libido is flaring up with a vengeance.  I loved that Ms. Michaels gave us a strong female character in Cheyenne.  She is strong and independent if a bit set in her ways.  I loved her penchant for talking to herself.  You always knew where you stood with her.  And when Cheyenne decided to step outside her comfort zone she really stepped on a ledge.  Luckily Grayson and Parker were there to catch her. 
I loved the relationship that Ms. Michaels built between these characters.  Grayson and Parker were used to sharing everything from emotions to injuries to woman, but this was the first time it really mattered.  The caution they exhibited underlined just how real it felt to Cheyenne and her men.  Even as their situation was precarious, the emotions felt real and believable.  Ms. Michaels did a wonderful job of articulating the importance of this relationship to them all.  I appreciated the importance and became invested in their journey.
I thought this story was well written and enjoyable.  Ms. Michaels is an author I have enjoyed in the past and with this story my appreciation for her writing continues to grow.

                                     Four Twinkling Stars 

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