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Publisher's Summary

The long-awaited sequel to Rejar. He was full-blooded and untamable. Sensual and sinuous. Erotically magnetic. A uniquely beautiful creature who could make himself irresistible to women. And he was feral at heart. With his glittering green and gold eyes, silken hair, and purring voice, the stunning captive chained to the wall was exactly what Jenise needed. And he was hers to take...Or so she believed. But she had never heard how dangerous it was to lie down with the cat.

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Dara Got It!

Would you listen to Mine to Take again? Why?

It is a remarkable story to read and Rebecca Cook makes a good listen.

What other book might you compare Mine to Take to and why?

I am sorry that there are 3 additional books that have not been recorded.

Any additional comments?

Get the other 3 books!

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Try It You'll Like It!

The male characters in this series are seriously delicious. They know what they want and go after it with a confidence that can't be matched and a will that brooks no argument. Like the two books preceding this one, the storyline in this book is quite entertaining. The intimate scenes are sexually arousing, yet tastefully descriptive. I've thoroughly enjoyed all three books in this series thus far!

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Keep them coming Dara

I love this series, the characters are great, the many different character's lives and there destiny's brings so much scope for a continued series with so many options i will be always looking to see when Dara brings out the next one. It's refreshing to have a new book to a series that includes and continues the previous series books as this series so far has, Rejar was fantastic and so is this one. I absolutely loved the little alien guide, the humor in this series is quick and refreshing also. Narration is great also, which makes the difference alot of the time. Keep them coming Dara.

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I am hooked

I am hooked on the Matrix of Destiny books. I think they are wonderful. Hope to see book 4 soon.

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This book only comes with 18 chapters and is not complete. Is missing chapters. This is highway robbery.

The audio book is not complete. Is missing chapters. What happened Audibooks? I payed for the book.

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Great Listen

If you love Paranormal Romance you will love this one. This book has everything you would want.

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Cat ladies fantasies in writing

Dara Joy's series creates a fantasy world that all " Crazy Cat Ladies " dream of . You'll find yourself wishing you could find this world in your real life

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Best series ever

One of my biggest disappointments in reading ever is the fact that Dara Joy does not write her fabulous books anymore. They are all wonderful, exciting, and are the types of stories that you can read and listen to repeatedly.

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Worth it

I enjoyed the twists and turns of the story. the narrator brought out nuances that enriched the experience

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Lackluster and Pedestrian

What disappointed you about Mine to Take?

The book lacks real depth or conflict, the characters are one dimensional, the overarching plot for the series distracts from what little story there is, and the fictional world the author is attempting to establish is trite and confusing.

What do you think your next listen will be?

Perhaps something by Julie Garwood or Karen Marie Moning, who are both able to mix a good plot with a fun romance.

What about Rebecca Cook’s performance did you like?

Cook did a good job with the material she was given. Her voice is pleasant and easy to listen to.

What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

I was highly disappointed with the quality of the story. The characterization was nonexistent and the hero and heroine fell flat. They are both paragons of virtue, capable of miraculous feats, but lacking in any sympathetic, humanistic traits that make them believable or likeable. The story was poorly written and lacked depth. It relied heavily on the intimate scenes to carry it. It felt like poorly written fan fiction.

Any additional comments?

I would never recommend this author.