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Their Virgin Concubine (Masters of Ménage #3)

4.15 of 5 stars 4.15  ·  rating details  ·  5,051 ratings  ·  202 reviews
The country of Bezakistan – renowned for its wealth and the beauty of its deserts

Piper Glen is thrilled when Rafe and Kade al Mussad ask her to visit their country on a business trip. Madly attracted to both, the virginal secretary knows that neither of her intensely handsome bosses desires her. But every night she dreams of having them both in her bed, fulfilling her ever
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Published September 9th 2012 by Black & Blake (first published September 8th 2012)
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April Brookshire
Will I never learn my lesson with this series? Another book that had potential but was poorly executed.

Even if the premise was more than ridiculous, (A sheik and his two prince brothers, by law, must share one bride and the oldest brother must be married by his 35th birthday or lose the crown to his villainous cousin - not one of the princes), I could've gotten past that if only the authors would've had better character development . . . or something.

Seriously why does it always seem in these b
3 Hot-as-Hell stars - ฮอตมากๆ เรต 20+ ยังนอยไป อานแลวความดันพรุงปรีดดดดด ความฮอตให 5 ดาว เนือเรืองให 2 ดาวพอ เพราะมันชางเพอฝันและแฟรรีเทลลมากเลยเลมนี จากหญิงสาวธรรมดาตองกลายเปนภรรยาของสามีทังสามคน แตกตามมาตรฐานของ Shayla คือตองมีพระเอกคนนึงทีมีบาดแผลทางจิตใจจนยอมรับความรักของนางเอก(ผูนาสงสาร)ไมได ซึงทีจริงกรักมาก อารมณประมาณรักนะแตไมแสดงออก ดังนันชายอีกสองคนจึงตองทำใหพีชายของพวกเขายอมรับนางเอกใหได พลอตแบบนีแทบจะกอปเลม Their Virgin Captive มาเลยแหละ

Diana Rising
This menage romance had a really interesting premise. The Sheikh had been tortured years ago, and, for realistic reasons, chose forever after not to fall in love. Unfortunately, the backwards laws of their strange country required the Sheikh to be married by his 35th birthday, and he and his brothers had to share a wife. So he chose a wife for them that he liked, but who he didn't think he would love. He chose a woman he spoke to over the phone and computer, but never met in person. She really, ...more
Susan (the other Susan)
Silliness. I knew this wouldn't be a ground- breaking read, but I expected there to be some tension, sexual and emotional. Four-way sex, not to mention marriage to three brothers in a foreign culture, would be a difficult choice for an all-American small-town virgin who refers to her vagina as " my pink part," right? Not so much. Everybody gets it on, euphemisms drip and throb, yadayadayada. One brother has a thing for BDSM so the heroine researches it online. Within the same chapter, she tosses ...more
First and foremost I want to say "I loved this book"

Now on to my review. This is the third book in the series which can be read as a standalone although a few cameo appearances do occur from characters from previous installments but only superficially and do not meaningfully affect any part of the book.
The Sheik of Bezakistan and his two brothers are on the hunt for a concubine and find her in one Piper Glen, an employee of the Black Oak Oil Co. located in Texas, USA. In the age old tradition o
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This book surprised me. I was expecting to be completely put off by it due to my jumping book 2, but I have realized that you can read each individually and make sense of all stories, at least a bit; they have stuff in common. FMMM. But I have yet to find a book with similar plot somewhere, but yes, this is the first (or second) I have found that follows such a line.

Piper wants to save the world with clean energy, and harboring a po
Clary ♡.
Interesante jeje bueno no me gustó lo del BDSM porque me tiene harta ese tema y Tal me tenía harta con su negación, Kade y Rafe están bien, esos dos se complementaron bien en la relación con Piper.
Bueno, Piper estoy entre me gustó y no, es que me daba bronca que fuera tan condescendiente, me hubiera gustado que los haga sufrir más sobretodo a Tal porque
a veces la trataba mal pero estaba como si nada y ella lo aceptaba.
Me gustó el final pero me hubiera gustado más acción con Khalil y sufrimiento
2.5 stars from me.
I will keep this short.
Not sure what I thought of the story. I didn't really like how the characters were developed.

I swear it seems the whole book happened over the course of like maybe 3 weeks? Perhaps not even that long (view spoiler)
I liked this book but I could have loved it. It just ended and I was like "That's it?" I can't stand it when they don't have an epiloge it really pisses me off. There wasn't as much sex scenes as the previous book but they were def steamy. I like this series. I'd love it if they did a book with Alea and the bodyguards. You could sense that something was up with them. So any way decent quick read. Love the brothers.
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This story was pure fantasy, straight out of the Cinderella fairy tale dressed up in contemporary erotic romance, with a dash of BDSM tossed in for flavoring. I enjoyed it, but I feel a bit manipulated by the fantasy formula. Credibility was stretched at regular intervals, yet still it was a fun read.

There wasn't a great depth of characterization, but I did like the female character in this one. Piper was smart, open to new experiences, and she used common sense rather than excessive pride in d
Eternal-Love78 Michelle Rossi's Reviews


Piper Glen, an ordinary, lonely klutz, who's a researcher for Black Oak Oil, is whisked off to an exotic foreign land, full of mystical intrigue, secrecy, and above all unadulterated passion with three of the most sought-after men on the planet.

Crown Prince's, of Bezakistan, Rafiq, Kadir, & Talib al Mussad, must secure their birthright, c
The country of Bezakistan – renowned for its wealth and the beauty of its deserts

Piper Glen is thrilled when Rafe and Kade al Mussad ask her to visit their country on a business trip. Madly attracted to both, the virginal secretary knows that neither of her intensely handsome bosses desires her. But every night she dreams of having them both in her bed, fulfilling her every need.

Rafe and Kade have finally found the perfect woman in Piper. Sweet and funny. Intelligent and strong. Before they can
Lori- Lusty Penguin Reviews
Review as posted at Queentutt's World of Escapism book review blog.

Shayla Black and Lexi Blake hit their stride with Their Virgin Concubine. I enjoyed the first two books in the Masters of Ménage series very much, but I found the likable heroines to be a bit one-dimensional. Expecting a similar heroine in Their Virgin Concubine, I was thrilled by its great heroine, Piper Glen who has the perfect mix of young, vulnerable virgin along with strong, independent, and intelligent woman.

The imaginary c
Mariann {at} Belle's Book Bag
I have to confess that I'm not a big fan of books about Sheiks and that whole thing, but I am a HUGE fan of Lexi Blake and if anyone can get me to like a book about Sheiks and virgins, it would definitely be her. lol Not only did Lexi make me like this book...I LOVED LOVED LOVED it and it is definitely me new favorite of the series by far. lol I just absolutely loved everything about it right from the opening pages.

I was immediately drawn into the story through Rafe and Kade and especially Pipe
Nancy Crocker
Bezakistan laws state that The Sheikh, Talib al Mussad and his two brothers Rafe & Kade must steal and live with their chosen bride for 30 days. And she must agree to marry them at the end of the 30 days. They are also running out of time. They have less than 6 months left and an evil cousin will stop at nothing to rule the throne. While I felt that both Rafe & Kade were equally in love with Piper. To me it came across as more of a Talib & Piper story in some ways. Talib had a lot to ...more
So far, my favorite in the series.

It's quite easy to fall in love with the Masters of Menage, I mean, the men in Shayla & Lexi's stories. They are the men of our fantasies, the men who will move heaven and earth to be with their women, the men who will take bullet for their women.

Once again, Shayla and Lexi delivered the goods that make me a menage slut, the steamy sex scenes. They were not just having sex, they were making love. Piper, the female character, was put on a difficult and scary
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The worst part is how far off topic some one can go in the middle of a sex scene. Truly this emotional angst could have waited until later. What was shaping up to be pretty much the best of the bunch in this series turned because of self loathing. Grrrr
Rinny Rainwind
All I have to say is, what girl wouldn't want three amazing men to love her? This book was great. And I really liked the characters. I recommend this book.
Definitivamente, ella fue insufrible, o sea, ¿qué más quiere para que le demuestre que la aman? de todos, este es el que menos me gustó.
You have to take these books for what they are - a fun, hot, smexy ride thru a completely unrealistic world where 3 totally hot princes must have the brilliant virgin.

No other woman has ever made these smoking hot uber wealthy men feel what they feel when they are with Piper. Altho one of them has had his heart ripped in pieces and can't get past what happened with a former lover. Can the young, naive, virgin get thru to him?

So, once you get past all that, it was a very quick read that had some
3 men, 1 woman. Sex, love, intrigue and angst abound in this ménage book. Enjoyable read, if a bit repetitive.
Read this one in one day. Great story and sexy read
Natalia Trujillo
BUeno, dado el género no podía esperar mucho....
Decent first 80% of the book, though Tal was a total jerk, and she was waaaaaay too understanding. Last 20% was inexcusable. Why does the woman always have to be understanding and endlessly forgiving? (view spoiler) ...more
Jeanie V.
This is my opinion and I know it's really stupid but I hated the name Piper. Don't get me wrong, I like the name Piper but for the character in this book - I wish it was less "quirky". I wish her name really was Pandora or even Mindy and her sister was named Piper instead. That would have fit better - FOR ME. I couldn't hear Tal, Rafe or Kade say Piper in their Middle Eastern British accents - especially in the throes of passion. It was really hard for me to imagine. (Sorry!)

Speaking of Tal, Raf
Elisa Bookaholic
There are some really silly premises upon which this book is based but if you can get past them you'll probably enjoy the book, I know I did. I haven't read a 'sheik' book since I was in my 20's when I was quite naive and I honestly didn't think I would ever read another one. If I had read this book back then, it would have rocked my world. Never having intended on reading another one, these 2 ladies 'talked' me into it, kicking and screaming and I loved it, both the K&S and the book. I'm pl ...more
Kim Perry
I really enjoy Their Virgin Concubine! Piper is an intelligent researcher who has been responsible for her sister for years. She is confident in her opinions and is willing to engage in a healthy debate with anyone. I loved her quirks and clumsiness. Rafe, Kade, and Talib are royal, sexy, intelligent, and in need of a wife with time running out to find one. I loved the chemistry and relationships between all of the characters! Piper fulfills a need in each of these men and they each provide her ...more
Kira's NetGalley Book Blog
Let me start by saying there were a few instances in this story that 1. didn't really jive with the storyline and 2. that really annoyed me. But let me also tell you that this story was super steamy, projected a strong feminine image, and SUPER STEAMY. Oh right, already said that.

Piper Glen, a hardworking, entry level researcher extraordinaire, is swept into the dashing and charming arms of brothers Rafe and Kade al Mussad when she inadvertently runs smack into a coworker and sends their files f
I did not like this and lost my patience with the characters about half way through. The story was too predictable - Piper was completely illogical - her younger sister Hannah has more sense than she does. The princes where indistinguishable and the suspense was weak.

This is Book 3 of the series. In my opinion, Their Virgin Captive is the best of the three.
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Other Books in the Series

Masters of Ménage (7 books)
  • Their Virgin Captive (Masters of Ménage, #1)
  • Their Virgin's Secret (Masters of Ménage, #2)
  • Their Virgin Princess (Masters of Ménage, #4)
  • Their Virgin Hostage (Masters of Ménage, #5)
  • Their Virgin Secretary (Masters of Ménage, #6)
  • Their Virgin Mistress (Masters of Ménage, #7)

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