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Looks great — adding to my TBR.

Yaay! This is such great news. I adore Brown siblings (some more than others, lol) and I had such high hopes for this series. It good to know that it lives up to all those expectations.
GReat review!

Renee McGee

Great review and giveaway! Love to find new authors to follow.

Susan T.

Erin’s book was the 1st I read on permanent menages. They way Lauren Dane creates the story around them is pretty cool. Loving it. Thanks for the post and giveaway.

Kelsey Summer

I love books about permanent menages. It’s nice to dream about a three way relationship, although I don’t think I would want to live it.


Danielle West

I haven’t read so many books about permanent menages. I liked Erin’s book. And a few others by other authors. But I am very excited for TART!


I need them to require work as any relationship would. They can’t just fall into it easily, that isn’t realistic for me.


Mel Bourn

Yes! I love menages. I love Ms. Dane’s books and really need to get this one.

Angie F

I’ve only read one or two books with permanent menages, but I do like them. I’m a firm believer that you don’t have to settle with just one person, so if you find 2+ and it works, then go for it!


I actually haven’t read any books with permanent menages yet so it’s a new experience for me 🙂

Angie Malone

I do love to read about committed menages. I think Lauren Dane does them very well. I’ve loved Erin, Todd and Ben since their first book and enjoy how we’ve seen their relationship grow in the Brown sibling books. I’m really looking forward to Tart.


thanks for the awesome post and giveaway! Permanent menages are a dream come true 🙂 As long as everyone’s happy is all I say


I think reading about different relationships, no matter how they are composed, is very interesting. I like the idea of this book, and find it intriguing to see the nuances that make this relationship work. sdylion(at)gmail(dot)com


I do love reading about perm menages. They fascinate me. I dont see how they could possibly really work. But apparently, they do. haha For some. And I am just voyeuristic enough to want to read!! haha Bet this is a good one.
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Great review & blurb! Can’t wait to read.

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Janet W.

Sounds like a good one, only read 1 maybe 2 about permanent menage. Should be interesting to see how this one reads.


I love resding about permanent menage relstionships.i look forward to reading this book.

Lori T

I love Lauren Dane! Looking forward to reading this one.


I love reading about permanent menages. They’re very intriguing. As long as everyone’s on the same page so no one gets hurt, it’s all good.


Krista Grandstaff

I’ve only read one, so I can’t say that I am an, I think it is an interesting premise…and if it works, and everyone going into it knows where they stand, then why not? I read about many many many things that I would never do personally…so it’s nice to step into that world a wee bit as well 🙂


I can’t wit for this book. I loved the Brown Sibling series and I’m glad this book will be up to those. Can’t wait.
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I like reading about permanent menages better than non-perm ones. To me, permanent means actual feelings, not just a haphazard love triangle thrown into the story as filler.

Thanks for the giveaway, this book is on my Christmas list 😀


Thanks for sharing… this book has been on my TBR for a couple weeks since Lauren Dane posted about it…
My personal reason for liking permanent mange is simply because the three can make a better balance and bring more to the relationship than a traditional…
Think of the trinty symbol its a balance of three things into one…

Harlie Reader

This book is at the top of my TBR list for awhile. I love Lauren Dane and she does write a great permanent menage/triad.



I do like reading them. I guess it’s that this would not work for me in life, but then that’s why we read, to escape from reality for a bit.


I do like reading about permanent menages, I think it can work depending on the people involved.


I have only read one book with a permanent menage before, but it was not very well written, I’m hoping to eventually read a better one :).


I haven’t read or even heard of permanent menage relationships before so it would be interesting to read about one where it worked out.

Allison W

I have heard many great things about Lauren Dane but have yet to try her books. Can’t wait to try them!

I do like to read about permanent menages, and Lauren Dane is one of the best! Laid Bare is my all-time favorite. (Also, Maya Banks writes a really good menage too)

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Rhonda D

I do like the idea of permanent menage relationships.
Lauren is one of my favorite authors. I love the Brown siblings and can’t wait to read more about them.


I do enjoy reading about permanent menages,I have read many by Maya Banks & Lora Leigh. I have not ready any of Lauren’s books but this one sounds great.

laura troxel

I love to read series books. The Brown siblings is a great series, I cant wait to read this book. I like reading permanent menages relationships. It shows how much understanding,trust and love everyone has for the relationship to make it work. What girl wouldnt want to lovers.

Ellie Hackney

Thanks for the chance to win! I’m really looking forward to this book!

Bridget Locke

I like Lauren’s menages.. they come across as realistic. Have read others that just make me roll my eyes. 🙂

Bridget Locke

I like Lauren’s menages.. they come across as realistic. Have read others that just make me roll my eyes. 🙂


I’ve only read 2 books so far about permanent ménages and I did enjoy both of them…. not sure what it is about them but I like them


I guess it’s hard for me to read permanent menages as I wonder how they work…won’t one get jealous or one want more or what if you have kids? I know it’s just fiction but it still makes me wonder…


I guess it’s hard for me to read permanent menages as I wonder how they work…won’t one get jealous or one want more or what if you have kids? I know it’s just fiction but it still makes me wonder…


I have not read any books about permanent manages. Sounds interesting though.

Texas Book Lover

I’ve read several books with permanent menages and it just confirms what I already believe that just because it is not what works for me doesn’t mean it is not right for others. Everyone has a right to live the way they want to and they way that makes them happy. Whether that be in a book or in real life!

Micha T.

I love Lauren Dane & will definitely be adding this to my TBR list. I think what works for me in a menage story is when the relationship as a whole has a strong bond & is functional between all of the characters.


I’ve been waiting for this one…It looks great.


I’ve been waiting for this one…It looks great.

Kat Morrisey

I have to add this one to my TBR list! YAY! I am in the process of reading the Brown sibling series now and loving it! I prefer books that tackle the idea of a permanent menage because I think they have more at stake emotionally than those who use menage as a gimmick. It’s a delicate balance and Lauren Dane does a great job with laying out the physical and the emotional aspects of this kind of relationship.


Lauren writes a believable permanent menage relationship, things aren’t always rainbows and sunshine and a relationship with two people is hard enough, when you’re bouncing off three points the challenge increases exponentially. Her characters deal with these problems head on, they have conversations, like adults, and no it isn’t easy for everyone around them, but in the end they *own* who they are and it makes the stories all the better.

I can’t wait to read Tart, I’m trying to convince myself a post-work nap to wake-up and read at midnight is a bad thing… it is, isn’t it?


I like reading about them, but I can’t see them working in the real world on a long term basis. I can’t help but think someone has to feel slightly left out. Maybe if both guys were bi, every one would get the same amount of action, but still. In the real world wouldn’t Ben feel just a bit lower on the totem pole being the one not married to Erin?


I’ve only read one so I can’t really answer the question.

Maria D.

I do like to read about permanent menage relationships – I think it’s because it’s nice to think the dream can last and be real – if the author does a good job developing the characters I can totally see it working in the real world – if not…well it’s a fantasy:)



I am excited for this book. Lover her work.




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