Small Town Siren

Sophie Oak
Small Town Siren
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Siren Publishing
Release Date
July 2010
Book 1 of Texas Sirens
BDSM, Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, Ménage or more, Western Romance

[Menage Amour: Erotic Cowboy Menage a Trois Romance, M/F/M, BDSM, sex toys]

Jack Barnes and Sam Fleetwood have been best friends since they met in foster care. They share a business as cattle ranchers and a house. All they need now is a woman to share. The men are sure they've found that woman when Abigail Moore returns to Willow Fork, Texas.

Abby left her hometown twenty years before under a cloud of scandal. She's raised a daughter, forged a new life for herself, and is ready for the next phase when she meets the handsome cowboys. They're a dream come true; Jack is the sexy Dom, and Sam the playful lover. It's everything she's ever fantasized about. There's only one problem. She's still not welcome in Willow Fork, and someone is willing to kill to keep her away.

Book Review by Rho (reviewer)
Nov 30, 2010   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
187 people found the following review helpful
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 most influential family. She survived and made a decent life for herself and her daughter. Now she's back and she's ready to do some living for herself. She just wasn't expecting to have two hot cowboys help her do it.

Then there are Jack Barnes and Sam Fleetwood—they share everything. They share a house, a business, and they want to share a wife. When they meet Abigail, they are sure that they found the woman to spend the rest of their lives with, but they are not sure that she would be agreeable to that, especially with the scandal that she faced twenty years ago. When they find out she feels the same way about them, they think that everything is perfect. However, someone's not happy that she's back in town and will stop at nothing to drive her out again.

Oh. My. Goodness. This book was so unbelievable. I absolutely could not put it down. These characters are so real. They are scarred and flawed and really just trying to find some happiness in the world. I felt like I could see people from my life in each and every one of them. The love between Abigail, Sam and Jack was so strong that it made my heart ache. Don't even get me started on the love scenes. They were so steamy that I really thought I would melt my Kindle. There were a couple of times when I looked in the mirror just to see if I was actually as flushed as I felt. Jack, the oh-so-sexy dominant, was so delicious that I know I had to have been drooling more than once.

I also felt that the author did an amazing job of capturing small-town living. I in no way believe that all small towns are like Willow Fork, but I do feel that the town that was created was very tangible. The dialogue was at times funny, other times sweet, but it was always very believable. The plot was well-timed, very developed and interesting.

I think that I could go on and on about this book, but ultimately I wouldn't do it justice. I loved it, there's not much more that I could say other than that. It's a definite re-read (and re-read again).
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