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Small Town Siren

(Texas Sirens #1)

4.03  ·  Rating details ·  5,455 ratings  ·  310 reviews
Re-released in a second edition with a prologue and three new chapters.

Two cowboys looking for love…

Jack Barnes and Sam Fleetwood met in foster care. Over the years, they’ve become best friends and partners. They share a business as cattle ranchers and a house. There’s only one thing missing: a woman to share. The men are sure they’ve found that woman when Abigail Moore ar
ebook, Second Edition, 240 pages
Published January 9th 2018 by Lexi Blake (first published July 26th 2010)
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Eve (Between The Bookends)
Dec 21, 2017 rated it it was amazing


descriptionI originally read this series when it was released by a different publisher. In fact, I have re-read this series several times. It is one of my favorites by Lexi Blake (Sophie Oak). So when I heard Miz Blake was revamping and re-releasing them I knew I had to get my greedy little hands on these new versions.


So honestly I have little to say about this one. I loved it. No surprise there. I haven't re-read it in a long while, but I am sure the PROLOGUE is new. I didn't notice anything else that
Lana ❇✾DG Romance❇✾
She wanted them, wanted them in a way she hadn’t wanted anything in a long while. It was like someone had flipped a switch and her black and white world had suddenly shifted to vibrant color.

As a long time fan of Lexi Blake, I'm ashamed to admit I never read her books published under Sophie Oaks. So when I saw that she'll be revamping these books for a re-release, I eagerly jumped at the chance to read them. I live for this woman's words. She writes some of the most addictin
3.5 STARS!

I just realized (from years ago) Sophie Oak is the same person with Lexi Blake. FYI, Lexi Blake always be my TOP author for Erotic BDSM. My fave blogger kinda recommend to read this series. So yeah, I jump into the water.

I thought the story will be short. Like really short (maybe novella) but, no. It was veryyyy long and I didn't anticipate it. Honestly, I never bother with menage M/F/M. I know the cover such a major turn off but it's from 2010 :) The story isn't really a problem for m
BookAddict  ✒ La Crimson Femme
I succumbed. I was going to hold out for another month or so, but I couldn't do it. Had to try the Siren series from Ms. Oak. She did mention they were more BDSM. Yes, there was a bit more BDSM in this than Bliss. I wasn't sure if I was going to like this series as much as Bliss. I'm happy to report I do like Siren, differently than Bliss, but I do like this one.

This first story of menage was hot. Sam is a sexy sub. I like him, even if he is kind of slutty. Jack is "wow". I like Jack. If Jack us
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4.5 stars

I first discovered Lexi Blake shortly after she published her first book under the name Sophie Oak and was immediately enchanted. Since then, she has grown into awesome writer and a must buy author for me. She is re-releasing her Bliss, Colorado and Siren books under her Lexi Blake name and updating them as she goes. She will also be combining the characters from the older series with her Masters and Mercenaries series. For me, it is timely, as I just finished re-reading the older books
Apr 07, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
3.5 stars

Jack and Sam met in foster care and have been together ever since, they work together running their own cattle ranch and they play together whenever they find a willing woman but they've never found someone that they wanted to be a permanent partner until they meet Abby. Abby left Willow Fork twenty years ago under a cloud of scandal that she didn't deserve and she had no intention of ever returning. She's only come home now to take care of her sick mother but she plans on keeping her h
“Give me your mouth, sweetheart.”

You might be surprised by this, but when I first started reading romance novels, the word and the concept of a ménage never entered my orbit. I know, right? Well, in 2010 I discovered the likes of romance author Sophie Oak and her Nights in Bliss Series, as well as her Texas Sirens Series. The covers were scandalous which drew me in, and the word ménage became a part of my vocabulary. As you can expect from there, Sophie Oak brought me to the workings of Le
Finally....I got a Kindle which allowed me to buy this ebook. I have been busting a poofle valve to read it and damn near burst one with enjoyment while reading it.

Abigail is a good female lead, she's strong but not stupidly so, she's caring, put herself through education while raising a child and caring for a terminally ill husband; and she was open minded to boot. Her punishment, by the small town doyenne of Willow Fork and her cronies, basically for dating her much loved son when he died, wo
Aղցela W.
This was my second time reading about this poly-couple and my first time reading this new edition. This was the first book in the "Texas Siren" series. Abigail "Abby" Moore was run out of the small town of Willow Fork, TX 20 years ago with a bun in her oven. When her mother falls and breaks her hip Abby comes back to Willow Fork to care for her. While at her best friends house Christa she meets a hot sexy cowboy Sam Fleetwood. Jack Barnes and Sam Fleetwood have been friends for years they me ...more
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I really enjoyed this book. It had a slightly different twist on menage lifestyle. Of course, what menage book would be complete without someone with an evil plot to harm the main least this time it wasn't a stalker...that gets old. I am very excited the next book goes even further into the lives of the new threesome--can't wait for that one!

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Jenn Scranton
Oct 04, 2012 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: kindle
More like 4.5 but I'm still filled with happy holiday feelings. :)

This little gem had quite a few surprises...

Trust me... it's not the shocking ending to the feud with the stupid rich family that will knock you on your ass.

But the way that Sam starts looking at... HA! You thought I would tell! No way, go read for yourself!!!
Cyn Mistress Kitty
Just read this story again and loved all the characters. Jack is so brooding and hot. Sam is just fun loving and sweet and Abby is such a strong woman without being annoying.

Just did a re-read again.
Another re-read with new version.
Pam Nelson
I read this book before only I didn’t remember it at all. So picking up this book felt like the first time.

Abby is the town’s outcast because of a bitter old woman.
Abby loses the love of her life to an accident and is left with a daughter.
Years go by.
Abby is not ready for love and she finds it in the most unexpected of places. Sam and Jack come into her life right when she was able to open up to them.

I loved the threesome aspects of this story there was no drama surrounding their relationshi
Isabella - Madly in Love with Books
Figures that I am ending my reading slump with a ménage story. My first book in this year and it was an okay read.

I already read a few books by Sophie Oaks so I knew what I was going into. She always tries to add a little plot and depth to her threesomes and I really appreciate that in the sea of stupid erotica only books.
It isn‘t a very good plot and a lot of things are lacking, but it is a nice, fast and easy read.
Mrs. Missive
Oct 12, 2010 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This is the first 5 star I have read in awhile. This book was FABULOUS!! This is a book with a great story, and GREAT sex scenes. I fell in love with the characters, and I am in awe of how much depth there was to the people in this shorter novel.

This is a re-re-re-read. For all of you who have a "Bitch! Read this NOW!" sure to add this little lovely.

This is a M/F/M menage story. We get Sam and Jack. Two cowboys (yes ladies...cowboys...yummy), who live in a small town that sees the
This book did not really work out for me, even though it stand higher than most erotic romances.
The characters were easy to like and could have been really good ones, had they been developed. The plot was ok and more credible than most, until the artificial grand finale, which really made me cringe, all the more so that it served absolutely no purpose in the story, just to have the villain look even meaner, stupider and madder. But it was not useful at all.
What I really missed in this book was a
Buffy Scott
Aug 04, 2010 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: bdsm, menage, cowboys
I deeply enjoyed this book. I felt immersed in the character's lives, I thought Ruby Echols was a truly great villain, and although this is an erotic romance -- I also found myself rolling with laughter many times.

Jack and Sam make me want to move to small town Texas (if only they were out there waiting for me).

I am so excited I found this book. What a treat!
Jan 09, 2018 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: arc
So I never knew that Lexi Blake wrote as Sophie Oak til I was approached to review her Texas Sirens series that she is re-releasing. And I will be honest, as much as I LOVE Lexi's Master and Mercenaries series, I was a little apprehensive about reading this series because I am not one for southern settings and cowboys - just not my cuppa. But I thought, ok, let's give this a whirl anyway.

I am torn on this book and I think the only reason I liked this book enough to finish it was because of Lexi
Deanie Nelder
The characters in this book live in Willow Run, Texas, where apparently a crazy old lady and her old biddy friends can make life miserable for a woman just because she's a girl from the wrong side of the tracts who got pregnant by the old lady's son (who died). When Abby returns to care for her sick mother, she meets Jack and Sam, two guys looking for one woman to share their lives with. However, the aforementioned crazy old lady is really crazy, and will do anything to drive Abby out of town.

Nov 14, 2010 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: menage
A review done for The Romance Reviews.

She left town after losing the man she loved and came back to find two men she loved even more...

Sophie Oak has become a new favorite erotic author of mine with Small Town Siren. It is by far one of the best ménage romance novels I have ever read. The amazing characters, interesting plot and erotic scenes, made it a phenomenal read.

In this book we meet Abigail More, who left town twenty years ago pregnant and alone after she was forced out by Willow Fork's m
Jane Stewart
3 ½ stars. “Hits the spot” if that’s the mood you’re in. Sweet story, good characters, lots of ménage seduction and sex.

Twenty years ago Abby got pregnant. Her boyfriend Adam died in a car accident. He was alone driving drunk. Adam’s mother blamed Abby. She was the richest lady in town, and she drove Abby away by pressuring stores and restaurants to refuse service to Abby. Abby’s mother recently was injured, and Abby returned to town to care for her for a few weeks. Sam and Jack live
Apr 06, 2011 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: on-kindle
First, I have to give a THANK YOU to Bookie Nookie for the recco!!

This review is going to be filled with a lot of baby words like "awesome, amazing, great fabulous, love, hot, sexy, steamy, erotic, mild bdsm, sweet, endearing, wonderful"... because my mind is blown away and has ceased higher function.

This story was flipping awesome!! I'm sad that it is over. Abby was the perfect female role, sweet & endearing, submissive but tough. Jack and Sam were the perfect compliments to eachother. Sam, wa
Mary Abshire
Jul 14, 2011 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Love Jack and Sam. Good story, nice pace, excellent build up of romance.
Sam and Jack are some great characters. Perfect for this story.

Adam's mom... two words, evil bitch.
I never want to live in a small town, unless there is Sam and Jack. LOL.

Vandalism with maxi-pads, great idea! I love it when she said "he cubed my car". Good humor in this one, and great emotion.

The end surprised me a bit. More exactly, the part with Adam's mom. I didn't see that coming, but it was needed. The end end was perfe
Aly is so frigging bored
3.5-4* somewhere between :D

I liked the overall story. Abby was a bit indecisive and was willing to listen to a mean, old lady, but she saw the light. Sam and Jack are perfect, they each represent a side of the men we all want. Sam was the sweet sensitive one, while Jack was the strong, silent, broody one :D

I -1*, because all of it was happening too fast, even for Romancelandia. They met a month ago, they kind of start courting her for a week or so, and then they ask her to move with them and mar
An quick sexy read in typical Sophie Oak fashion.

I'm not normally a fan of insta-love (5 weeks from go to marriage) but I also know it can happen when you find the 'one' or 'two' as was in this case.

The book is tagged MMF and which lead me to believe there would be some guy on guy action, but that was not the case. There was no doubting their attraction to each other though and we did get to see them (view spoiler)

The Mfm scenes were deli
Jan 24, 2012 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I started this series on a recommendation from Asma. I'm so glad I did! I've read all four books in the series in less than a week.

I love that there's an actual storyline to follow. It's not just one smut scene after another. The characters are great! They'll make you laugh and make you cry. I'm looking forward to reading more by this author.
May 12, 2012 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Sophie Oak always manages to take a erotic story and somehow make it better than all the other authors do. Her characters seem more normal, real and things don't quite seem so outrageous. I enjoyed this first book in the siren series. I have read her bliss series and loved them, looks like I will enjoy this series too. ...more
Dee Wy
Oct 01, 2011 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: m-f, own-kindle, bdsm
3.5 stars rounded to 4. A sweet menage romance. The plot was interesting and kept things moving and the sex scenes were nicely done. I especially liked how well the characters were fleshed out. Overall an enjoyable read
Jan 10, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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When the residents of Willow Fork, TX, had done their best to drive Abigail Moore away, she swore that she would never go back. When family business calls her back, she’s planning on doing her due diligence, then getting the heck back out of Dodge, so to speak. But things have changed in her little town, and soon leaving will be the last thing on Abby’s mind…

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Erin Lewis
Jan 03, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
5 Star Review Small Town Siren (Texas Sirens #1) by Sophie Oak

Although I have read all of Lexi Blake’s books I had not read any of her Sophie Oak books and I have to ask myself why.

Many years ago Abby was run out of town, alone, frightened, pregnant and warned never to return to small down Willow Fork, TX.

Fast forward nearly 20 years and she has returned to look after her mother. Still unwanted and harassed by many in the town Abby is determined to ignore them.

When she meets best friends and
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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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“I love you. That won't change because you tell me you don't love me. My love is not dependent on yours. It's just there, and I won't do anything to cut it out of my heart. It's what I've waited for all my life, and if you walk out that door, I'll go to my grave loving you, missing you, praying that you'll come back to me. I will never love another woman the way I love you. I will always be there for you. If you leave, know that my door is open. I will always be waiting for you to walk back through it.” 52 likes
“If that's what it takes". Jack had the confidence of a man who knew he had all the exits guarded. "Location 1044” 4 likes
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