Saturday, September 7, 2013

Shared Between Them

Pages: 173
Genre: Fantasy Erotic Romance

Considered untouchable by her kin, Kyra has been an outcast all her life. Then two massive, battle-hardened human warriors stride into her woods on a quest to kill a giant and claim a great reward, and after her attempt at petty thievery is foiled, she finds herself stripped naked and soundly spanked.

But that is only the beginning, for the reward for the death of the giant is not only gold and jewels, but the hand of an elf-maiden in marriage, and Kyra is shocked to the core when she learns that the humans have not only completed the quest which cost the life of every previous adventurer, but they have chosen her as their prize.

Taric and Draeven neither understand nor concern themselves with Kyra’s status as an outcast—all they see is the most beautiful of all the elves, a woman who they have both longed to claim as their own and fill with their seed since they first set eyes upon her. Raised as brothers, they have shared many women before, and now they will share a wife—and take her in any way they please, as often as they please, until she bears a son for them… the half-elven son of giantslayers whose birth has long been foretold.

Kyra, who had never expected to feel the pleasure of a man’s gentle touch, now must submit herself to the fierce, insatiable needs of two hulking barbarians. Yet something stirs within her, and though she blushes with shame at the very thought, she wonders if a day will come soon when she will beg for more.

Publisher’s Note: Shared Between Them is an erotic novel that includes both consensual and non-consensual spankings, anal play, graphic sexual scenes including threesomes and sex for the purpose of breeding, exhibitionism, elements of BDSM, and much more. If such material offends you, please don’t buy this book.

Korey Mae Johnson has written five full-length novels, four novellas (two of which were included in two-book collections with other authors), and two short stories (which were included in anthologies).
She co-owns Stormy Night Publications ( with her husband, James, and has been publishing spanking eBooks for six years. She's been writing spanking stories since she could hold a pen and she and James practice DD in their relationship. She currently resides in Albuquerque, NM.

This is a first time author for me and also my first time reading fantasy. I normally don't read fantasy because it drags out and it's hard to get into. I read a sample first and was instantly drawn in. I finished this in a matter of hours. I couldn't pull myself away from reading it. The characters in this story Kyra, Taric, and Draevan all made me feel for them in different ways.

Kyra is innocent and insecure, she is an outcast. She differs from other Elves in that she hides, she is not part of the kingdom. She is full of witty sarcasm, quick to snap back at Taric and Draevan. I could strongly relate to Kyra's insecurity. I felt as if I were a shadow watching the story play out.

Draevan has never allowed himself to feel for another woman, his mother had foreseen that he and his cousin would slay the giant and marry the she-elf given to them as payment. He waited for the day when he would find her. Kyra instantly softens Draevan even if he refuses to admit it at first. Draevan instantly hits me as the dominant one between him and Taric.

Taric is the softer one, he feels for Kyra although as the story goes on, he quickly finds his dominate bone. To me, he is the more tender lover. Taking his time with Kyra, enjoying her with each stroke.

As the story progresses you learn more about the characters and watch them grow. They learn to trust each other and become to depend on each other. If Kyra hadn't been so stubborn I think this would have made the story slow and boring. With her sarcasm and stubbornness she makes the story a good read. This story has suspense, romance, and a wonderful storyline. I love that you see the jealously between Taric and Draevan over sharing a wife, you see that all the characters are still working out their flaws and learning to cherish one another, not fight.

Shared Between Them has made me reconsider reading Fantasy. I enjoyed reading this and look forward to a possible sequel. This story will leave you panting and wanting more. You'll feel like you have come to know them personally. I highly recommend Shared Between Them especially if your like me, you don't typically give fantasy a chance. I will be adding more of Korey Mae Johnson to my bookshelf this year.

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