Menage romance featuring two men and one woman (m/f/m) with no sexual touching or titillation between the siblings (a line used in many Siren books) is a very popular subgenre of erotic romance. I remember my first ones, Colters’ Woman by Maya Banks, a romance in which three brothers are searching for the one woman to bond with them, and Lora Leigh’s Men of August books, a series in which three brothers share their spouses because of past trauma. These books are over the top, but each made a rather huge impression on me. Yet, there is a twist on this trope—not just brothers, but twins sharing which is like the Holy Grail of m/f/m ménages. Here is a look at some of the most memorable books I’ve read about twins who share the love of their lives.
In Charlotte Stein’s Doubled, identical twins Sebastian and Tobias are hot for their good friend Bobbi. They are fascinated by her, especially by her ability to tell them apart. Bobbi can’t tell them why she always knows which is which, she just does. Seb, however, doesn’t buy it.
“You can’t just know. There isn’t another person alive who gets it right every time—not even our mother. So come on, spill. How did we give ourselves away?”
Bobbi doesn’t want to admit that she can tell them apart because they are her soul mates. To push her further, the twins decide to test Bobbi’s ability with a blindfold and some slightly intimate touches, permanently altering the status of their friendship. Things get heated very quickly among the three. While in Doubled, Seb and Tobias don’t set out to find a perfect woman to share, they both realize that they cannot ask Bobbi to choose between them.
Trista Ann Michaels also has identical twins brothers as heroes in her paranormal romance Their One and Only. Sam and Tyler work as criminal profilers for the FBI and share a psychic bond. The bond has caused trouble for them in their love lives because when one falls in the love, the other feels the same. And few women were willing to take on two dominant and aggressive men. But then they meet Kaycee, the woman they are supposed to protect, they find a woman who can handle them. And while she is a bit wary, Kaycee can’t deny that Sam and Tyler fit her well. This one also has an intense suspense plot with a serial killer and an abundance of passion.
Next up are identical twins Jace and Marcus in Alisha Rai’s Glutton for Pleasure, two brothers who always share women, but generally only once. Well, until Jace spies Devi and engineers a meeting for the three in Devi’s family’s restaurant. Devi is intrigued by the thought of being with both men.
She imagined herself sandwiched between the two identical men, multiple hot hands running over her nude flesh. Would their bodies look the exact same? Would she be able to feel a difference in their hands? In their cocks?
Devi decides to go for it, assuming it will be a one-night-only experience. But Jace, especially, is hoping for more. Mace and Jace hold nothing back in their quest to give Devi a chance to experience their ultimate brand of pleasure, although there is a deep, dark secret involved in this story.
For something a little different, there is Chloe Lang’s Her Twin Wilde Cowboy Masters which has identical twin brothers who are both masters in the BDSM lifestyle. Wade and Wyatt have been pursing Mackenzie, a local waitress, with no success. Mackenize is in town on an undercover mission to find her brother, not looking for a relationship. Wyatt and Wade know they are looking for a submissive woman to be their permanent partner. After all, they live in Wilde, Nevada, a town where sharing is the norm. These two cowboy masters have to seduce their reluctant sub and help her when it becomes apparent that she is in danger.
The idea of twins sharing one woman is a bit controversial, straddling a line that many readers find a tad bit creepy. But there are some compelling stories out there, like the ones above. Of course, there are plenty more. What do you think? Are you a fan? If so, what are some of your favorites?