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Siren Beloved by Sophie Oak
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Jul 28, 2011

really liked it
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2011, July 29

I really like this series. Why you ask? First there are a number of Alpha males that have had a really terrible history that have picked themselves up and made something of themselves. These man have become loving dominant males that are super hot and not afraid to love two people conditionally. That includes a male partner. I am not a big fan of m/m romances however I do enjoy m/m/f. Ms. Oak's does a good job of making these stories enjoyable and funny but also heartbreaking and tender. She always seems to have a little suspense mixed in with all the D/s which I love. This story is a little different from the previous ones in that Lucas is a switch. He only submits to Aidan. I hope that Ms. Oak's will show us more of this "family" in future books. That is another thing I have really enjoyed seeing is how the previous relationships have grown and matured over time.

2014, August 4

This is Alexis Moore and Lucas Cameron’s story. These two have been playing around for the last several years. Neither is really a full time dominant so neither is completely happy. Lucas is bisexual and Lexi is submissive. Lucas is also a switch. He can be dominant when he wants to but he also likes to be submissive. These two thought that they had found the perfect partner for both of them. But Aiden O’Malley wasn’t ready for a relationship with a man. So he runs away and joins the Army. Aiden is back and after a long difficult recovery from injuries he suffered in Iraq he is ready to take on Lucas and Lexi. Not a moment too soon as Lexi is in a downward spiral that has everyone worried.

Aiden O'Malley is a new character to this series. There was mention of a fiance in SIREN ENSLAVED but I am not sure that a name was ever mentioned. Aiden has worked through a lot of issues stemming from his injuries and the pressure to be a normal person. Lexi and Lucas have given him the determination to overcome his injuries and Leo Meyer has given him the tools to deal with his desires. I would have loved having a window into the training Julian and Leo put him through. I liked Aiden a lot. He isn't afraid to show how much he wants Lucas. He is also willing to give Lucas the reins sometimes. There are some really hot scenes between these two men. I also like that Aiden was willing to Lucas about Bo O'Malley, Aiden’s brother. I think that it went a long way in healing the rift that had formed between the two of them.

Alexis Moore has been hiding a secret for everyone but Lucas. It is eating her alive and she doesn't know how to make things better. She is bad at the world and can’t seem to find a way to get over that anger. Lexi has been more than a little spoiled since Jack Barnes and Sam Fleetwood married her Mom. I was glad that Aiden and Lucas found a way to make her confess her secret and move her in the right direction to start healing. Lexi can be a bitch but she is also a very caring and compassionate person. She has just worked herself into a corner and doesn't know how to get out. Lexi is also courageous and a dam find shot with a pistol.

Lucas has turned his life around is quite happy with his career but he is miserable about what to do with Lexi. He loves her very much but he knows there is something missing. I loved that he was the first to forgive Aiden. I also loved that he was willing to help in getting Lexi to see that Aiden was what they needed. Lucas is also a nurturer. He thrives of helping people. I have liked Lucas since Jack Barnes turned his life around.

The villain in this piece is obvious from the very beginning. He is one of those people that can’t ever seem to take responsibility for their own actions. He really does a number of Bo and Aiden. He also has no moral compass at all. I was glad that Lexi was sable to take care of him.

This is a good story that has some bondage, public nudity, spanking, and toys. It also has m/m sex scenes, several of them in fact. I love these books and continue to look forward to each and every one of them.
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July 28, 2011 – Started Reading
July 28, 2011 – Shelved
August 4, 2014 – Finished Reading
August 6, 2014 – Shelved as: e-books

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