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Siren in the City

Narrated by: CJ Bloom, Ryan West
Series: Texas Sirens Series, Book 2
Length: 7 hrs and 49 mins
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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 revisit the club where he discovered his sexuality. Jack's half-brother is in the city and interested in a little blackmail. Can Jack handle two defiant subs and a brother in need of some tough love? 

Sometimes all it takes to find the way home is a little love and a lot of mischief.

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Loved the book

Ryan West was fantastic! I wish he had narrated the entire book! I could see Jack and Sam perfectly when he spoke. Sorry CJ Bloom, your Dom voice or Sam just wasn't there...

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  • Angie
  • 26158 6th st. Highland CA 92346
  • 06-04-19

Naughty Subs

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 be gone a day they are both angry and decide to go and be naughty after going on a shopping spree and buying a Ducati. Sam takes Abby to The Club although he didn't think it was a good idea Sam isn't a Dom he is a sub. When Jack goes to meet with Julian he finds out that his half-brother Lucas Cameron is blackmailing him and Julian threating to out them for money his father who is a Senator who refuse to pay Lucas so he comes for Jack. I didn't like his campaign manager Slater and when Big Tag picked up Lucas from the airport Lucas got and earful and someone tried to run them off the road. While in the playroom Sam and Abby get in some trouble after Julian's female slave offer to go down on Abby this was after she was turned down by Sam and Jack and Abby told her off. When a fight breaks out Julian and Jack come to the rescue and Jack finds out what his wayward subs have been up to and it breaks him out of his funk when he realizes that he has been neglecting their needs. Leo who is the resident Dom demands that Jack punish his slaves in public and Julian agrees but he also spanks Abby and makes her cum in front of everyone. Julian also demands that he whip them both or lose his membership. This was a really good read and I liked it better than the first book in this series. Jack gets jealous because he knows that Leo wants Abby and Julian wants Sam. Slater who is using Julian's male sub Jeremy to drug Lucas the night before tries again while Lucas is giving aftercare to Abby while he is whipping Sam Abby knows that something isn't right so when Lucas refuses Slater makes his move after Abby tells Lucas that he thinks he was drugged. Jack tries to pull away from them after everything comes out but Sam isn't having it and when he tells Jack that he is leaving Jack snaps and the three of them have some hot sex. This was a good read Jack realizes that Lucas needs him so he offers to help him and Lucas agrees. The trio also gets a surprise. This book was well written the narrators were really good. I love this series and I hope that Ms. Blake adds more books.


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Texas Sirens Book Two

Texas Sirens Book Two.

Abby, Sam and Jack are back and their romance is evolving. After the trauma Jack faced at his wedding, he begins having PTSD symptoms. Due to his lack of sleep and general terror of losing Abby and Sam, Jack pulls back from the relationship. He doesn't want to scare the two people he loves most away. However, Abby and Sam need him. When Jack leaves without a word, Abby comes up with a plan to shock him back into being the Dom they need. During this time, Jack travels to his old club and mentor. Julian needs Jack's help, but he figures Jack needs him just as much.

If you're looking for a story with danger, exploration and a bit of friendly meddling, this is the book for you!

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I wish it was narrated by just one person.

Besides that little preference the book was great. It was a nice sneak peak into the Masters and Mercenaries crew.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 10-01-18

Excellent

Wow I loved this book and when Ian Tagget came in well that was perfect and then Adam and Jake well it was lovely that old friends were in it , so funny I’m looking forward to book 3 .

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  • Cas
  • 10-19-18

Wow

This was a great ending to this crew. A little excitement and a lot of soul searching for a few of them. A brother he got to know and this story was great from beginning to end.
Narration was awesome too.