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Siren in Bloom
Siren in Bloom
Shelley McNamara goes to The Club to start a new life and heal from the damage done by a vicious ex-husband. She knows she might run into Leo Meyer, the "one that got away" but she is determined to get her life back on track. When she meets her Dom, Wolf Meyer, he just happens to be Leo's brother. Sparks fly and awkwardness ensues. Before long they are trying to figure out how to convince Leo that they can all be happy together.
Before they can convince him, it becomes clear that Shelley's life is in danger. Will the brothers be able to mend fences and save the girl?
I have been waiting for this installment in the Texas Sirens series. Waiting with bated breath! Finally, we get to read the story of how Shelley and Wolf meet and how they try to bring Leo into the relationship. There is plenty of bad history for us to find out about. The hurdles seem overwhelming for this couple. Leo has always been of interest to me. Then in Siren in Waiting, we were introduced to Shelley. Of course, I have been taken by Wolf since his introduction in the Nights in Bliss, Colorado series. Of course, we get the trademark specialty; there is an intermingling of characters from other books and series. It isn't necessary to read both to be able to understand one, but why the hell wouldn't you want to!?
Sophie Oak has proven once again, just why she has such a huge following of all of her books. Ms. Oak always manages to capture a depth of character that draws the reader in and makes you invested in the outcome. The powerful emotion she evokes in her writing is what a reader wants. She is a master at building an entire town and inhabitants that are easily the most interesting and odd group of people that you could hope to meet. In each book, Ms. Oak manages to combine gut wrenching love and an always heart-tripping, intriguing mystery. I guess you can tell I am in love with everything Ms. Oak writes. I have been hooked from the first book I picked up. She deserves it. With each book, she manages to bring in new conflicts, yet gives us a glimpse of all of our favorite old characters. I hope you enjoy this book as much as I have.
Reviewed by: Ursula