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Subject: topic search-m/m/f permanent menage
Date Posted: 12/3/2012 8:08 PM ET
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hi all, I am very sorry if this search has already been done. I want to read a romance where there is m/m/f, but the menage ends up being permanent with all three characters wanting each other. If anyone know of paranormals or historicals with this, please let me know. these are the ones I already read-

lauren dane-captivated, laid bare

emma holly-demon's fire

jory strong-carnival tarot

joey hill-vampire trilogy

 

Date Posted: 12/3/2012 8:15 PM ET
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Samantha Kane has a whole series (Brothers in Arms) that have m/m/f permanent relationships.  They're historicals, set in London after the Napoleonic War.  The first one is The Courage to Love.

Date Posted: 12/3/2012 8:18 PM ET
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I keep hearing about samantha kane, I have trouble finding her books though. which one would you recommend as the best?

Date Posted: 12/4/2012 8:45 AM ET
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One of my favorite genres!  Do you want print books or ebooks?  Tonight when I have more time I'll work up a list off all I can think of.

Date Posted: 12/4/2012 9:02 AM ET
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Off the top of my head:

Rough, Raw, and Ready by Lorelei James

Coming Full Circle by Liz Andrews

Dinah's Dark Desire by mechele Armstrong

Serediptiy by Jamie Craig

Something More by Amanda Young

all of the Brothers In Arms by Samantha Kane as already mentioned.

 

Date Posted: 12/4/2012 5:14 PM ET
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print please, I don't have a nook. Thanks for the recs you already gave, I like the lorelei james one. if you happen to think of any others, I'd appreciate it, the longer the better =)

Date Posted: 12/4/2012 7:58 PM ET
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Double Jeopardy by Rachel Bo

Love's Compass by Jayne Rylon & Mari Carr

Double Time by Olivia Cunning

Love Slave for Two by Tymber Dalton (there are several in this series, this is the first one)

Double Dare by Jeanne St James

Kabana Heat by Titania Ladley

Dangerous Boys and Their Toy by Shayla Black

Something New by Cameron Dane



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Date Posted: 12/4/2012 8:11 PM ET
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Of course we have the queen: Lora Leigh. Hers are M/F/M but I just love them.

Wicked Pleasure, Only Pleasure, a bunch of other Pleasure - some are even available here now

Also, have you read Maya Banks Colter's Woman?

Date Posted: 12/4/2012 8:17 PM ET
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Lainey Reese - Table for Three

Date Posted: 12/4/2012 8:26 PM ET
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Hawkeye One Danger Zone by Sierra Cartwright

Love In Thirds by Tayla Bosco and Kori Roberts

Date Posted: 12/5/2012 5:21 AM ET
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Sophie Oaks has two series "Bliss, Colorado" and "Siren, Texas."  Almost all the couples are M/M/F and in some of the Siren books, the men involved are also lovers.

 

Date Posted: 12/5/2012 7:07 PM ET
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I've heard of coulter's woman, is there m/m in it? I've been tryin to read her never love a highlander and really dislike it. thanks for the other suggestions everyone, i'll add some to my wishlist!

Date Posted: 12/5/2012 8:37 PM ET
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No, the Colter's series has no M/M in it.

Date Posted: 12/5/2012 8:42 PM ET
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I thought of another one!

Tart by Lauren Dane

Date Posted: 12/6/2012 2:15 AM ET
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If you've already read (and enjoyed) Jory Strong, she has others in this genre.  The Angelini series, Skye's Trail (m/f/m), Syndelle's Possession (m/m/f & one of my favs), and Mystic's Run (m/f/m/m) contemporary paranormal.  IIRC her Fallon Mates series is menage of various flavors (fantasy).  And Inked Destiny is IMO some of her best work to date (m/f/m) with part two due for release in 2013 (fantasy).

The Satin Sash by Red Garnier (m/m/f) contemporary.
Secrets we Keep by Caitlyn Willows (m/m/f & another fav) contemporary.
Vulnerable by Amy Lane, contemporary paranormal (yet another fav).
Strange Attractions or Menage by Emma Holly (m/m/f) contemporary.
Catch a Falling Star by Allyson James, (Sci-fi).
The Leashed series (contemporary paranormal) by Jet Mykles, and Revelations (contemporary) the final book of her Heaven Sent series.
And a bit of space opera from Morgan Hawke.  Interstellar Service and Discipline: Victorious Star, Fallen Star...there's a m/m prequil titled Lost Star.
The Wolf Tales series by Kate Douglas (more poly than menage) contemporary paranormal.

I would consider the above to be permanent menage, I avoid the temporary arrangements.

There's a PBS list tagged m/m/f.
 



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Date Posted: 12/7/2012 8:42 AM ET
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