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Review: Mine To Share by Kennedy L Mitchell

Five murders, one killer, and a chance at an unconventional happily ever after.

Two years ago, flirty FBI agent Jameson Bend was the crush I left behind.
Today, the grumpy Detective Slade is the man who stars in my dirty fantasies.

When my autopsy findings connect five recent murders committed by a single suspect, Jameson and Slade join forces to help solve the series of homicides. Toss in my emotionally abusive ex-husband stalking me, and I’ll not only need Jameson and Slade’s help to piece the clues together on the case but also to protect me from my ex’s attempts to force me back under his control.

As we work side by side in the heat of the investigation, our longing turns into desire, and soon we’re tangled in a passionate affair that could cost us our jobs—and lives. They cater to every side of me, one sweet and sensitive, the other possessive and protective. I never expected to end up with two men, but now I can’t imagine my life without them.

But with the killer hiding in plain sight, I walk right into a carefully planned trap.
If my men can’t get to me before time runs out…
Our happily ever after will end before it even gets started.


Mine to Share is a standalone, multi point of view, MFM, age gap, grumpy/sunshine, second chance, forced proximity, dark romantic suspense. Each book in the Protection Series can be read as a standalone, but because of character crossover, they are best read in order. Please note this book is for mature readers due to detailed sexual content, foul language, discussion of abuse, and violence.

If you love a little darkness, murder, and possessive alpha heroes with the need for control mixed into your suspense, then this series is for you.


This is a suspenseful menage romance focused on Rain, the Medical Examiner who connects a string of serial killings, and the two hot cops in her life. She’s had a crush on Slade Taylor for a long time, but the cranky detective clearly isn’t interested, so she does her best to ignore her feelings. Jameson Bend is the sexy FBI agent who’s here to help and they have some history. Namely, he was the friend she needed at a dark time in her life but that’s all they could be, since she was married at the time. She’s not married anymore though.

I really enjoyed these characters and the way the story came together, including the mystery. Slade and Jameson were perfect for Rain and they were exactly what the lonely divorcee needed. Menage isn’t my favorite but I love the way the author set it up here and the guys ended up becoming friends, which they both needed as well. I thought I knew who the killer was pretty early on, but I wasn’t positive until much later and enjoyed the way the clues played out.

There was a nice balance of heart and heat with the right amount of suspense to make it interesting but not drown out the romance. This was my first book by the author but certainly won’t be the last, as I really liked the characters and their story. I’d like to thank the author for providing an ARC in exchange for an honest review.

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