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Siren in Bloom

(Texas Sirens #6)

4.40  ·  Rating details ·  2,105 ratings  ·  165 reviews
Re-released in a second edition with new content.

For psychologist Leo Meyer, peace and comfort come through strict discipline and order. It’s one of the reasons he was chosen by Julian Lodge to be the Dom in residence at his club. His time there has been a near-perfect existence filled with a daily routine free from the chaos of emotional attachment. With the exception o
Kindle Edition, Second Edition, 283 pages
Published November 6th 2018 by DLZ Entertainment, LLC (first published May 4th 2012)
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Lana ❇✾DG Romance❇✾
Nov 02, 2018 rated it really liked it

This series has a formula that just does it for me each and every single time. It just works. Lexi sure knows how to write one deliciously sinful menage, and this one definitely didn't disappoint. I also loved the crossover of series here between the Texas Sirens and Bliss. For those that love Bliss like I do, you'll be excited to see Logan make an appearance here. But of course the stars of the story are Leo, Wolf and Shelley.

Leo has always had a thing for Shelley. Unfortunately Shelley
♆ BookAddict  ✒ La Crimson Femme
I am HUGE Sophie Oak fan. I love her books. I was a bit surprised when I read this book and it took more than one sitting. I love Wolf and Leo and was eagerly anticipating their story. Plus, I enjoy the Bloom series for their BDSM. Specifically, I find Julian so bloody hot. His attitude, the way he runs his club and specifically his Dom-ness. (Is Dom-ness even a word?)

It was a huge shock for me to hate the first 25% of the book. I was so damn irritated. Wolf was a good guy. Leo had his head up h
I have been waiting for this one. Ever since I realized that Wolf and Leo were brothers. I was pleasantly surprised by how much I liked Shelley in this one. I didn't really form much of an opinion about her in Siren in Waiting.

My full review is to come, but I'm really loving all the cross over between the series. This definitely opens up a world of possibilities. I'm really glad to see Logan getting his act together as well. The last few Bliss books were making me mad with him.

Sophie, you stil
Aղցela W.
This was book 6 in the "Texas Sirens" series. Shelley McNamara is tired of waiting for her new life to begin. Shelley has been an abusive marriage and watching her husband die right in front of her goes to Dallas to learn about D/s relationships and to be trained as a sub. Leo Meyer is still nursing a broken heart after a year he has closed himself off to his friends when he finds out that Julian has found a Dom to train Julian he is upset and when he finds out who he choose he is really ups ...more
Cyn Mistress Kitty
Ahhhhhhhh, I've been waiting a long time for this story and it didn't disappoint. Loved Leo and Wolf and Shelley but especially Wolf. He is just such a big, lovable, teddy bear with a big tender heart. I want him.
I wasn't sure how SO was going to bring them all together but she did it. I loved how she showed big, bad dom Leo's vulnerabilities and Wolf's insecurities and Shelley's brattiness but need to protect and love and how the only way they could be whole was to be all together.
It was grea
May 04, 2012 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: series-book, bdsm, m-f-m
Sophie Oak cannot write a bad book. I LOVE that she's bringing back characters and working them very effectively into the story line but NEVER lets those characters overshadow the main characters.
Leo and Wolf are brothers. Circumstances in their life had put a rift between them but each loves the other regardless. Enter Shelley. Will she cause these two to fight over her, or for her.....

Leo, Wolf, Leo, Wolf, decisions decisions. Oh, heck I'll take both. This series is addicting. I wait and wait
3.5 STARS!!

I was so excited when Leo Meyer have his own story. I already set my eyes to this Dom since book #2 and #3 because he's really fun and laid-back attitude. I mean, he's the voice of reason when his boss, Julian Lodge decided to distance himself from his subs. He's an ex-Navy SEALs also work as a therapist and Dom in Residence at The Club. He has very entertaining relationship with his boss. After what's left from Siren in Waiting, he decide to walk out from Shelley's life even he alrea
Apr 28, 2012 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Siren in Bloom is classic Sophie Oak. Expect to laugh and cry, and to fall in love with some great characters.

This is the second in the Texas Sirens/Bliss, Colorado crossovers. Wolf Meyer and Logan Green, former Bliss residents, have arrived in Dallas, Texas at The Club. Logan is there to work through his issues with Leo, the club psychologist, and Wolf is there to meet Shelley, the woman he intends to take as his submissive. What Wolf doesn't know is that Julian has been playing matchmaker agai

First Read May 11, 2012
Sophie Oak continues to get better with each book as far as I'm concerned. I loved this one. Leo and Wolf are great. Shelley has enough self confidence that she doesn't put up with as much as she did when you first met her. (which was in another story).
Both Leo and Wolf try to make the ultimate scarifice but it is nipped in the bud really fast which is nice and not have a long drawn out wait for the HEA. Well written, good story, great characters.

Quote the I just loved mad
Vikki ~ *squee* lite ~

I flipin' love this series. I feel like I've been waiting forever for Leo's story, and it was every bit as good as all that anticipation had me imagining.

I loved seeing everyone again -
Julian has to be one of my all time favorite characters, and he was in true manipulative form for this book.

I loved Wolf too. We got to know him some in the Bliss series, and I think this was the perfect triad for him.

Off to read Ben and Chase's book! Can't wait to find out more about them.
Nov 04, 2018 rated it really liked it
Shelley spent her whole life looking after the people she loves, she was blackmailed into marriage to protect her mother, she did everything she could to help her brother through his drug and alcohol dependence and she walked away from the man she loved to keep him safe from her dangerous and abusive husband. Now that her husband is dead she is finally ready to move on with her life and when Leo makes it clear he's not willing to give her a second chance she realises that she's going to have to ...more
Nerdy Dirty & Flirty
Nov 06, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Siren in Bloom is the newest book in the Texas Sirens series, and it is just as amazing as everything before it.

Leo and Wolf have been characters who sparked my interest in other books they've been featured in by this author, but getting to read their own book was worth waiting for.

They were so different from each other, despite being brother's, but they were both absolutely fantastic characters. Wolf was funny and yet self conscious and strong willed and just so many surprising things rolled in
“I would rather take a bullet than have you rip my heart out, baby.”

Siren in Bloom by Lexi Blake is filled to the brim with so much emotion, heart, and passion. It was so great to dive back into this world and rediscover the amazing connection between Leo, Shelley, and Wolf. This ménage is probably one of my favorites of the series. Wolf and Leo have a strained relationship as brothers, but it’s Shelley who ultimately brings these two back together, giving them a stronger bond than ever befo
May 04, 2012 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: bdsm, menage
What can I say to do this book justice? Well, this is Texas Sirens 6, and it’s the best yet and that’s a big call because this series is already fabulous. Texas Sirens is one of the best series out there, irrespective of genre. I love ‘Nights in Bliss, Colorado’ but I adore Texas Sirens.

This time the Meyer brothers, Leo and Wolf, get the 'girl', Shelley McNamara, Trev's sister, and it's been a while coming, especially for Leo.

Shelley is still being dogged by her deceased husband’s criminal legac
Mrs. Missive
May 04, 2012 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: read-2012
Sophie Oak is the Goddess of Menage. I bow to her mastery of the double dicked dance.

I waited until I got my chores done like a good girl before diving into this novel. I knew...rightly so...that I wouldn't be able to put it down.

Shelly is our heroine this time around. She has pined for the Dom shrink in residence at The Club for years. We do get some background, so if you have a horrid memory like me you will be able to follow with the class without a total series re-read. Wolf and Leo (Dom Sh
Deanie Nelder
Aug 07, 2020 rated it really liked it
Psychologist Leo Meyer was once in love with Shelley McNamara, but she was married, and when her husband threatened Leo, she refused to see him again. Now Shelley's a widow, looking to explore BDSM at The Club, but Leo wants nothing to do with her. Instead, club owner Julian Lodge arranges for Shelley to be paired up with Wolf Meyer, Leo's brother.

Leo has been a fixture in the previous Texas Sirens books, so it's good to see him finally finding love of his own. The Leo-Shelley-Wolf relationship
--Roxx-- • A Hopeless Romantic •
Took a while to finish due to life but it was a good one. I am starting to confuse people so might take a break but I loved getting to know Ben, Chase and Kitten. Wolf was the most amazing human, and leo was sort of all over the place. Shelly is the brattiest Sub ever but it works for her! 3/5 because things were a bit more complicated than necessary.
Jun 12, 2012 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Siren in Bloom started out a full 5 star read for me and started to lose stars for sheer aggravation, while gaining them back for sheer fun. I absolutely love Sophie Oak's quirky charactarization. Julian in particular (from Siren Enslaved) shined in this one - the manipulative but lovable king of his castle. We have met all three of the main characters in previous Sophie Oak books, Shelley and Leo from the Siren series and Wolf from Bliss. I particularly enjoyed the coming together of the two se ...more
Nov 08, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Sirens In Bloom by Lexi Blake aka Sophie Oak is a sexy, steamy and slightly suspenseful romance that throws a menage into the mix that consist of two brothers and one woman. This book was another great installment to the series and most can definitely be read as a standalone full of hot chemistry.
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The more I read Sophie Oak’s books, the better I like them. She has become a must read for me and her most recent effort, Siren in Bloom sparkles with her wit and great characterizations.

She manages to combine humor with angst, and a rousing good story with hot sex. Who can ask for more? The siren in bloom is Shelley, who was married to a drug dealing thug. When she met Leo, the Club Dom and resident psychologist at The Club, they both fell for each othe
Texas Reader Stacy
May 19, 2012 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: erotica
{4.5 stars}

Yes, I am a Sophie Oak junkie. So therefore, I love all of the Texas Siren and Bliss series. And I have waited a loooong time for Leo's story. The combination of Leo and his brother Wolf is perfect, and Shelley is the right fit inbetween them. Shelley is a little brat spitfire, who doesn't let them get away with walking away from her once she has finally made up her mind that they are all she wants. Wolf is moving in with Leo after leaving Bliss, and he has no idea the woman he has be
Nov 06, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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 l
Erin Lewis
Oct 31, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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 leant 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 o
Beneath The Covers Blog
Nov 11, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: 2018-reads, arcs, sonal
Full review can be found HERE -->

*ARC provided for a voluntary honest review.* ~Sonal
Siren in Bloom by Sophie Oak

This was another winner in this series. With all the teasing glimpses of Leo in the other books, his story is one I was looking forward to reading. I enjoyed this story and Ms. Oak didn’t skimp on showing us characters for her new books. There were a couple of scenes that I think were overwhelmed with characters from the previous books so I would recommend reading this series in order. I’m also looking forward to Chase and Ben’s story. Chase in particular… “I’m perfec
May 19, 2013 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: e-book, erotica, bdsm, 2013
You know after the last book I was waiting for something to happen with Leo and Shelley. I get why Shelley pushed Leo away and why Leo was done, even if I didn't like it. I could tell right away what Julian was up to, but thought it would back fire on him or at least end up hurting one of the parties in a big way. I didn't expect that Wolf would use the opportunity that Julian gave him to get closer to his brother.

I really liked Wolf and Shelley's relationship, there was a playful component to
Recommended Read on Kinky Book Reviews.

What do you get when you take Leo from the Texas Siren series and Wolf from the Nights in Bliss series and throw them together in one book with sassy, sweet, and submissive Shelley? A truly awesome book!

This book might just be my all time favorite from any of Ms Oak's series, so far. I loved this book. The past few books I've read by Sophie Oak, I really enjoyed but I just didn't feel a great connection with the story. She completely made up for it with thi
Heather in FL
This one felt shorter than the others, but maybe it's because I sort of blew through it. I loved that Sophie wrote a TSTL heroine (sort of) and then one of the guys calls her TSTL during the story, lol! I mean really... I can understand wanting to protect those you love, but seriously? You have two SEALs who want to get nekkid with you and at least two more on staff, and you still think you need to go martyr yourself to keep them safe? Duh! At the same time, I loved how manipulative Julian was. ...more
Mar 01, 2013 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
It's been a while since I've visited with this crowd and I haven't read all the books so I was likely missing a bit of back story. I didn't really feel the lack.

These books are going the way of Bliss (and are connected) in that every woman has some psycho after her that only her Dom/s can deal with (of course with back up from all the other Doms around). I really enjoyed the first two books in this series (Jack, Sam and Abby's tale) because they were different. Same reason I really enjoyed the
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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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Texas Sirens (9 books)
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  • Siren in the City (Texas Sirens, #2)
  • Siren Enslaved (Texas Sirens, #3)
  • Siren Beloved (Texas Sirens, #4)
  • Siren in Waiting (Texas Sirens, #5)
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“Julian walked over to the first dead guy, staring down with unabashed fascination. "Do you know how long it's been since I had to deal with corpses? It's been ages. I almost felt... legitimate." He said the word with a shudder. "You never kill anymore, Leo. And Ben and Chase are far too lazy. Wolf, you're my new favorite. You get an extra waffle tomorrow morning.” 1 likes
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