Siren in Bloom, Texas Sirens, Book 6

Siren in Bloom, Texas Sirens, Book 6

by Lexi Blake, Sophie Oak

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BN ID: 2940161674413
Publisher: DLZ Entertainment LLC
Publication date: 11/06/2018
Series: Texas Sirens Series , #6
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 502
File size: 562 KB

About the Author

Lexi Blake is the author of contemporary and urban fantasy romance. She started publishing in 2011 and has gone on to sell over two million copies of her books. Her books have appeared twenty-six times on the USA Today, New York Times, and Wall Street Journal bestseller lists. She lives in North Texas with her husband, kids, and two rescue dogs.

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Siren in Bloom, Texas Sirens, Book 6 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
MaimeosAngelsEL 9 days ago
I have been waiting for this book since Leo Meyer,the Dom in residence at The Club was first introduced in the series. There is something about him that truly fascinated me. When I learnt that his book would also be about Shelley McNamara and his brother Wolf I was so excited (I am equally enthralled by Wolf as I am Leo). I imagined that these two brothers when they could agree on something or someone, would be a powerful combination and one that would be hard to ignore. Leo has the perfect well ordered life, without emotional attachments to the submissive’s he trains, little does he know that his life is about to explode. Escaping a bitter past, Shelly comes to the club to heal and hopefully find what is missing in her life. She had blossoming feelings for Leo and would love to exploration the potential but is too shy. When Wolf decides to try and reconnect with his brother Leo, he accepts a job at The Club; his first assignment is to train Shelley McNamara. Shelley develops feelings for Wolf as well and finds herself torn between the two brothers, however when danger rears it’s head Leo and Wolf must put aside their feelings to protect Shelley. Can Leo and Wolf work together to save Shelley or will their past relationship get in the way? There were times when I laughed, I cried and I worried that Leo, Wolf and Shelley would not be able to get the happily ever after that they all so richly deserved. I really enjoy Ms.Oak (Lexi Blake’s) style of writing and Siren In Bloom was one of those reads I could not put down. Although Siren In Bloom is not a long read, I found myself reading well into the night. There was romance, danger and suspense woven into the story and the scenes were smoking hot.
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Anonymous 7 days ago
Loved this story. I did not read it the first time it was out. Twist turns and action-along with love is an awesome combination. Thank you for another great story.
bbarneybooks28 9 days ago
Master - that’s not something Shelley McNamara would have expected herself to want to say or to experience as a submissive-in-training given her backstory with an abusive husband and her lack of self-esteem, but that’s exactly where she hopes to rediscover the woman she had once hoped to be and with the right Dom, perhaps she’ll feel freer than she’s ever felt - both as a sexual being and as a woman. What’s most interesting about the dynamics between the three main characters is that there’s a less than stellar history for all involved, and it’s those hurt feelings and past experiences that pose the biggest problem for anything of significance developing between Shelley and the two Doms who can easily claim her heart as well as her body. The wildcard in this entire situation, at least in my opinion, is Leo Meyer because he already laid his heart on the line when it comes to his feelings for Shelley and regardless of the fact that it was poor timing back then due to her martial status, Leo put himself out there and was rejected so being burned another time is not something that he wants to experience and now that Leo’s younger brother, Wolf, is in the picture, things are bound to be even more tenuous, which doesn’t bode well for this would be trio. There are quite a few meddlers from the club - ones who push one or all of the main characters and/or offer advice regardless of its appropriateness or its helpfulness, and even though some of what was said and done was questionable, it shows how much the community cares for its members and the lengths they’re willing to go to, to help some of their own. Like most of Sophie Oak’s other books, there’s aspects of suspense and action strewn throughout the pages of Siren in Bloom, and the fact that Shelley’s life is threatened brings these three characters closer together seeming to solidify just how good they are together, even if it’s taken them a bit to get things right. I love when there’s a crossover between series because it’s always fun to catch up with past characters and watch them interact with ones just introduced, and readers experience those connections in Siren in Bloom, making it even more of an enjoyable read. 4 Poison Apples
KDRBCK 9 days ago
Siren in Bloom by Lexi Blake/ Sophie Oak is book six in her Texas Sirens Series. Every book in this series while interconnected - is about another couple and could be read as standalone. For better understanding I recommend to read the books in order. Siren in Bloom is Wolf, Leo and Shelley's book. Leo Meyer is a psychiatrist and resident Dom in Julian Lodge's The club. He has to welcome a new sub in training, Shelley. Shelley McNamara is a widow with a bad past, and she and Leo share one too. Leo isn't anmused at all that Shelley's in his club. Put a third party in the mix and disaster is programmed. Wolf Meyer is Leo's younger, hotter brother. But Wolf has serious issues, suffers from PTSD and has low self esteem. And now he has the brattiest of all subs to top and train. When danger shows up on their doorstep they have to put all differences at side and act as one team. Siren in Bloom is a scorching hot read with the right amount of drama and danger to keep me at the edge of my seat. I connected with the characters and calling dibs on Wolf. The writing is great and I liked the story and the characters. Siren in Bloom was previously published, is newly edited, re-written and has a new cover.