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Siren in the City

(Texas Sirens #2)

4.33  ·  Rating details ·  3,483 ratings  ·  207 reviews
Re-released in a second edition with new scenes.

Jack and Sam married Abby. It was supposed to be for forever, but lately Abby wonders where her alpha male has gone. Jack has retreated and life has become decidedly vanilla. It isn't the true marriage she and Sam wanted. Sam and Abby know the time has come to fight for what they need.

A call from his mentor forces Jack to r
Kindle Edition, Enhanced Second Edition, 217 pages
Published January 23rd 2018 by DLZ Entertainment, LLC (first published September 17th 2010)
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Bookworm Extraordinaire
Jan 07, 2018 rated it really liked it



descriptionAs I had mentioned in my review for book one of this series (SMALL TOWN SIREN) I read all these books WAY back when they were first released and have in fact reread them many times since then. I loved them back then and I still love them now. I honestly don't have a lot to say about this one. I enjoyed it slightly less than book one mainly because Jack is apart from Abby and Sam for a good portion of the book. It was well written and well paced. I loved the extra material that was added (loved
Lana ❇✾DG Romance❇✾
Jan 18, 2018 rated it really liked it
Sam wanted more. He wanted to be loved and he was done waiting for it.

Oh man. I binge read Siren In The City. I remember sitting down on my comfy couch to start it and then I blinked and I was turning the last page. While I enjoyed Small Town Siren, Siren In The City absolutely sucked me in. It had all the feels and sizzle that I felt slightly lacking in book one and then some!

I'm not typically a reader that enjoys more than one book for a couple, but in the case of Jack, Sam
“You can’t just walk in here after months of ignoring us and snap your fingers and expect us to fall in line like nothing ever happened.”

“Watch me.”

Oh, LORDIE! LORDIE! LORDIE! Now, THAT is a Dom, my friends! Jack is laying down the law. He might have gotten a little lost, but his journey back to Sam and Abby is a heartbreaking, but beautiful thing. One that is NOT to miss! I’m going to make this review short and sweet because you all know how much I love Lexi Blake and how much I freaking AD
3.75 STARS!

The continuation after Abby married two hot billionaire cowboy in her hometown. Some people in the town never like Abby and her husbands weird lifestyle but she didn't care. But when Jack pull him off from their menage relationship, Abby try to step up and confront her husband with Sam's help.

Jack has some (minor and major?) problems and he didn't wanna bring Abby and Sam, instead he distanced himself for months and it pissed both of them. When Julian Lodge contacted him because someo
Isabella - SnooRegrets
The second book in this series was even better than the first one. As always I was not too fond of the BDSM part, simply because this just doesn‘t do it for me, but it wasn‘t too bad here so it didn‘t bother me much.

As I like my ménages with a little bit of depth I was quite satisfied with it, although I found it a little bit hard to connect this Sam with the Sam of the second book.

The cause why I can‘t give more to this book than for the first where the really really stupid things that happen
Mrs. Missive
Oct 12, 2010 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I love love love love these characters! I had to do some digging beyond amazon to find this little jewel, but to get more of Abby, Sam, and Jack I was willing to do the searching.

This book takes my now favorite ever menage and moves the story forward. In the last book, Jack and Sam were starting to connect as more than just men sharing a wife. It didn't go beyond a kiss and a caress in the last tale. For any of you who were disappointed in that...Oh my frackin must read this book.

Aղցela W.
This was book 2 in the "Texas Siren" series. This book picks up six months after Jack was shot by the crazy old lady Ruby Ecohls who blamed Abby for the cause of her son's death. Jack is having a problem letting go of what happened to him and the need to keep Abby and Sam safe and he has began pushing them away. He also hasn't taken things further with Sam like he wants too. Abby and Sam have had enough when Jack leaves them a note saying that he left to take care of some business and would ...more
Apr 14, 2018 rated it really liked it
I really enjoyed the first book in this series, Small Town Siren, but as I mentioned in my review I did feel the relationship between Abby, Jack and Sam felt a bit rushed so I was really happy to see that Siren in the City continues their story. This review will contain spoilers for the first book so if you're new to the series you should look away now.

About six months on from events at the end of the first book Jack is almost physically recovered from being shot but he's a long way from emotion
ARC provided by author in exchange for an honest review


HOTTTTTTTTTTT!!!! Steamy, electric, and oh so erotic! Siren in the City definitely shook the richter scale of OMG as Lexi Blake writing as Sophie Oak took the story of Jake, Sam and Abby into a whole new emotional level of connection, passion and intensity into as this couple got back to their roots of intimacy and BDSM. This follow-up was what was needed in order to get a better understanding of them. A must read if you enjoyed the first bo
Jan 23, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Siren in the City is the continuation of Sam, Jack and Abby. If you read my review for the first book, Small Town Siren, you'll know that I was iffy on that one for various reasons.

This book took a different avenue than I expected. This book focuses slightly more on Jack and Sam and those two learning coming closer together along with Abby. Jack and Sam both have their own relationship with Abby that works well but with each other, that was something Sam felt was lacking. When Jack is called awa
Aug 17, 2020 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Here I search for another magical MMF; they must be like chasing unicorns because I keep getting disappointed.

Jack did not deserve Sam, at all. Sam spent 15 years pining for his best friend, and both of them “married” Abby after 6 weeks?
The writing was surprisingly good and the characters were interesting; there was even a pretty complex B-plot about political blackmail and fixers. But, I couldnt get over all the wasted time and how selfish Jack was. Despite all the risk aware sex, they need b
Siren in the City by Sophie Oak

This was a very good sequel to Small Town Siren. I actually liked it more than the first one because it really expanded the relationship between Abby, Jack and Sam. Like all the other stories in this series, it was full of humor and hot sex and just enough new characters to lure you into the rest of the books.

Favorite lines…

“It’s just a little guy-liner,”

“The wedding ring she’s wearing is collar enough,” Jack bit out. “I know. I put it on her finger. You can see th
I think this book signals the end of my Sophie Oak glom. I was hoping to enjoy spending more time with Jack and Sam and Abby, but instead found myself continually wanting to offer editing help. Skip this one, unless you're a completist.

Why only 1 star?

So many continuity errors. So very many. We're talking glasses filled with roofied alcohol suddenly changing from being held by one character to another mid-scene sort of errors.

And the BDSM club stuff was all so bad. I mean, you could tell the aut
BookAddict  ✒ La Crimson Femme
Well, I'm behaving badly today. I devoured book two of the Sirens. I thought maybe it would be focused on another cast of characters. Instead, we are back with Abby, Sam and Jack. Woo hoo! This time, Jack is having a slight dom crisis and he's neglecting his subs. Well, as we all know, if the sub doesn't get the discipline they so desperately crave, they will act out. Or in this case, behave very naughty. The single tail whip was used in this book. I was pleased. Punishment was definitely requir ...more
Dr. Bronwyn Ph.D of Smutology
I liked this installment. You know when people have experienced a stressful event it's often easy to forget the potential long term damage. Psychologically, Jack really started to struggle with his own mortality then proceeded to deal with it the only way he knew how. Withdrawal is such a common result, and Sophie Oak did an excellent job of showing Jack fighting his inherent Dom tendencies and his desire to keep his people safe.

As a result, the insecurities of both Abby and Sam were allowed to
Cyn Mistress Kitty
This was a good sequel to book 1 in the series. I liked the way Abby and Sam interacted and argued all the time. Holy cow that Sam sure liked to do "it" all the time and that boy had some stamina. Jack was a little too moody and controlling for me but he loved his subbies.
I look forward to Julian's story in book 3. Now he is an interesting character. I don't quite get him. He needs to get that stick out of his ass and loosen up.
Just did a re-read.
Did another re-read this time with the new versio
Sep 03, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Great continuation of Jack, Sam and Abby's story.

Since Jack's shooting he's not been feeling very "dominant". He's scared of pushing Abby away.

When he goes back to "The Club" to confront his half-brother Lucas, he's not ready for what Abby and Sam have in store for him.

Love the MMF component...super hot.
Jun 05, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
It's been nearly five years since I read Lexi's second addition to her series Texas Sirens. This one opened my eyes to MM romance and sent me down the gay fiction/mm romance path. And I've never looked back. Great series, Lexi! ...more
Jan 23, 2018 rated it really liked it
With three people in the mix, especially ones as headstrong as Jack, Sam, and Abby can be, a happily ever after is doable but not without work…not without a few missteps…not without a reminder of what brought them all together in the first place and what keeps them coming back for more, even after the ‘newness’ wears off and life becomes more about living instead of loving.

Readers don’t truly know Jack as a Dom with a capital D until they see him in full Dom mode in the place that started his j
Jan 24, 2018 rated it it was amazing
I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book, given by the author.
I LOVE this series so much!

These little threesome already has a place in my heart and I was glad their story continued in this book.

The aftermath of Jack getting shot is not a happy one, he is scared and he has lost the master in him.

Abby and Sam are lost, they don't know whats going on with jack and that starts to bring up their insecurities. Sam is scared that Jack has regre
Jan 22, 2018 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
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3.5 Stars

I enjoyed this book. It's a continuation of the first title, but it was fun. And, really hot. I liked the development of the relationship with Jack, Sam and Abby.

For a threesome like this to work, there needs to be trust and genuine affection with all of the people involved, and in this case, I believe it is there. I also need the writing to be strong. So often in menage titles, there is what feels like the "main" couple and the other cha
Oct 16, 2019 rated it really liked it
Shelves: mmf, mfm, erotica, menage, own
This is the 2nd book in the Texas Sirens series and should be read in order.

Lexi Blake and Golden Angel are by far my favorite authors. I am not in the kink scene, I just read a lot about it, so it is nice when the author tells the reader about the lifestyle and what the terminology means.

When I read the synopsis I didn't think I would like this book but boy was I wrong. I liked reading about the struggles of the characters. I feel that I personally know each one. I was so happy that this book
The Romance Book Disciple (Samantha)
Siren in the City is the continuation of Abby, Sam, and Jack's story. Jack is dealing with some heavy emotions and Abby and Sam are trying to bring him back to the person he was. Add in the fact he is dealing with his 1/2 brother and Jack has a lot going on.

The story continues with our 3 characters not long after the end of the last book. It was difficult to see Jack being so 'un' Jack! He is just off his game. But, watching Sam and Abby do everything they can to entice their Dom back is steamy
Sofia Lazaridou
Siren in the City was a disappointment for me. I didn't want to read a book where half of it is Sam and Abby spending their time together while Jack was away. 30 pages into the book I realized two things. A) Jack is my favorite part of the trinity and b) I came close to hating the book. I skipped most of it until the trinity became the trinity I knew and loved from book one. I am not a fan of series featuring the same couple because the drama is always there and I was happy to find out that the ...more
Jara Beaubien
Jan 08, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Ok this is not the type of book I ever thought I would read, but heck was it a good story.
When the Dom's away...the subs will play! Jack and Sam married Abby. That was suppose to be forever, but since Jack took a bullet meant for her, he has somehow distanced himself from her and from Sam.
This was not what she and Sam had wanted, now she wondered if Jack was tired of her worried hi still loved them both. A call from Jack's mentor sends him to the city, things take a turn for the unexpected, Jack
(view spoiler) ...more
Feb 20, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: loved-it
Wow! This follow up book is 10 stars for me. Loved the continuation from book 1 in this series. Their relationship is in trouble, lots of reasons mostly though due to traumatic events in book 1, but once again good friends and love save them all. It is funny, kinky and so very sweet. Especially liked the introduction of some new characters, and a small cross over to another series, which I have in my library. Great read.
Oleta Blaylock
Jul 27, 2011 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: e-books
2011, July 27

This is the sequel to Small Town Siren. The story picks up with Jack out of the hospital and Abby and Sam deciding they need to do something that will pull Jack out of his mood. Before their plans get to far Jack's mentor Julian Lodge calls with a problem and wants Jack to come to Dallas. Things definitely get interesting in Dallas. There is a blackmail attempt, an attempted murder, the mafia, and lot of spankings and whips to go around. I like this series. Ms. Oak isn't heavy hande
May 19, 2013 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: m-m, menage, 2013, bdsm, e-book, erotica
I really liked Jack, Sam, and Abby from the first book, so I was surprised to see that they were at the center of this one too. I hated how different Jack seemed, but did love how Abby and Sam kept trying to push him, especially with their trip and shopping spree.

I loved The Club setting and getting to know the characters from there that I recognized from the Bliss series. I knew things were going to get crazy when Sam took Abby on a tour, and boy was I not let down. I loved how Sam jumped in an
*4- Stars*

I enjoyed this, but I found it to be rather predictable. It definitely had some heat and that is fun. I am interested to see what is next for the characters though, so I will read on.

Reread in audio 7.30.19
I enjoyed this the second time around. I only found it predictable this time because I was remembering what I had read before. I listened this time with C.J. Bloom and Ryan West narrating, I still preferred the parts he narrated, but found her to be more enjoyable than the first book
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A lifetime devotee to the written word, Sophie published her first novel this year. Prior to becoming a novelist, she worked in theater and comic books. She lives in Fort Worth, Texas with her husband and three precocious children, who wonder when mom is going to write a book they will be allowed to read. Her answer: probably never. Sophie believes in happy endings for everyone, no matter how extr ...more

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“What makes you think it was your sperm? My sperm is obviously the dominant sperm. My sperm told your sperm to get to the back of line. The boy will have black hair and green eyes.”
Sam shook his head. “I bet my sperm listens to your sperm just about as good as I listen to you. My sperm is also very impatient. It ran to that egg. Little Sam is gonna be a handful.”
“The wedding ring she’s wearing is collar enough,” Jack bit out. “I know. I put it on her finger. You can see that fucking diamond from space.” 12 likes
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