Theirs to Share by Trista Ann Michaels


 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.

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I LOVED IT!!! Theirs to Share was a perfectly timed book in my reading queue. But then again, what’s not to love. Ms. Michaels gives us two, super-hot FBI agents who are cousins, but Grayson and Parker are so close that they’re more like brothers. There’s a super smart, sassy lead lady who turns out to  quite courageous, but then again Cheyenne is a cardiologist so she kind of has to be. Throw in an ill-timed hike in the woods during which Cheyenne and her friend Steve stumble upon a mob hit of an FBI agent and you get one really intense romantic suspense AND a super-hot ménage!!! Yes, I was in heaven.
Because of the crime they witnessed, Cheyenne and Steve go into protective custody in separate locations. Of course Cheyenne ends up with the cousins and finds herself oddly attracted to them
despite the frightening turn her life has taken. Both Parker and Grayson are attracted to Cheyenne but she’s their witness and they have to remain professional to protect her. All is going well until their conversations take a sexual turn and Cheyenne learns that the cousins share a woman. Suddenly it’s ALL she can think about. But as the quarters get closer and the cabin fever gets worse, one thing leads to another and she finds herself with Parker while Grayson watches and she realizes she likes it. What she likes even better, is being shared between them. As hot as ALL the scenes were, I liked that the author didn’t jump directly to a DP scene (which I love) and waited until Cheyenne was comfortable with both men. But my goodness the DP scene was HOT!!!
While Theirs to Share is a great ménage book and the author develops the relationship between the three beautifully, there’s far more to the story. The threesome not only have to find their way with each other, they also have to figure out if they are serious about continuing a relationship once the hitmen and caught and Cheyenne has to start a new life elsewhere. Are the cousins willing to quit the FBI and start their lives over when Cheyenne moves? Does Cheyenne really want a relationship with TWO men? I’ll tell you that it is a steamy, action-packed adventure both in and out of the bedroom as this threesome finds their way. I thoroughly enjoyed Ms. Michaels’s writing style and look forward to reading more of her work … I will definitely be checking out the previous books in the Crime and Punishment series. In the meantime, I’d adding this to my reread list.
I loved this book! The characters were just so much real and it was very fun to watch the by-play between them all.  I think it is always so amazing to read books about ménage relationships because it is so hard to keep the balance
right between all three characters without there being any jealousy.  The two males Grayson and Parker are cousins
and that helped a little bit on the jealousy front since they have been best friends since birth.  The female is Cheyenne and she is Cardiologist who witnesses the murder of a FBI agent and must go into protective custody. 
The drama and romance were balanced perfectly and the characters were able to form relationships in a believable amount of time.  This book does not have any interaction between the male characters since they are cousins.  Overall this was a wonderful action-packed and emotional read and I would definitely recommend it to anyone who enjoys ménages with strong female characters.