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Small Town Siren

By: Lexi Blake writing as Sophie Oak
Narrated by: C J Bloom,Ryan West
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Publisher's Summary

Two cowboys looking for love....

Jack Barnes and Sam Fleetwood met in foster care. Over the years, they’ve become best friends and partners. They share a business as cattle ranchers and a house. There’s only one thing missing: a woman to share. The men are sure they’ve found that woman when Abigail Moore arrives in their small town, Willow Fork, TX. 

A woman trying to find her place in the world....

Abby left her hometown 20 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. 

One small town that’s ready to explode....

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.

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I listened to this audiobook until the end only because I’m a fan of Lexi's "Thieves" series and I hoped the story would improve. It was not the case. I did not believe in it, I did not particularly like the characters, it even irritated me several times and I hesitated to stop listening. I like ménage but not like this one.

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Cowboys & Polyamory

What a dirty little heart warming book complete with 2 sexy cowboys rescuing a deserving woman. But not the usual innocent woman, this book surprised me when the heroine was an older mother. Such a great twist!

While the story was a little corny, it was ultimately wholly interesting and super hot.

The narrators were fantastic. While CJ Bloom narrated the majority, it was great to be broken up by the grids voice of Ryan West. Perfect for this book.

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Great story, great narration...def worth the read

This book was great. I loved the storyline of the "small town siren." While she was still so vulnerable to others, she had all the sass and backbone to give it right back to people...when she had the guts to at least. I love the relationship between the three of them, although I wish there had been more passion between Jack and Sam. I am hoping to see that develop more in the next book. CJ Bloom is always a must listen as far as narrators go for me and once again did not disappoint.

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Ryan West, as usual, reads all the male part very well. As for his female voices, grade wise I’d give them a B=.
CJ Bloom - good female voices, pleasant to listen to, Jack’s voice was spot on, not so much for Sam. Infant, I rushed thru those parts. The over the top higher pitched twang just didn’t do it for me.
Story = 3 stars.

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This was my second time reading about this poly-couple and my first time reading this new edition. This was the first book in the "Texas Siren" series. Abigail "Abby" Moore was run out of the small town of Willow Fork, TX 20 years ago with a bun in her oven. When her mother falls and breaks her hip Abby comes back to Willow Fork to care for her. While at her best friends house Christa she meets a hot sexy cowboy Sam Fleetwood. Jack Barnes and Sam Fleetwood have been friends for years they met in foster care years ago and they became best friends. They bought a ranch outside of Willow Fork and became rich when they discovered that the ranch is sitting on some kind of natural resource. When Jack meets Abby he wants her also but he didn't think she could handle the two of them until they find out what type of books that she likes turns out she likes reading about BDSM and threesomes then all bets are off. They begin dating her Abby thinks that they are gay. I wanted more M/M in this book although it was still hot. The town is rude and nasty to Abby all because they think she is a whore the mother of her late boyfriend who got her pregnant I wanted to slap that old lady she was crazy she blamed Abby for her son dying in a car accident that he was killed in while driving drunk. It was also crazy that an old lady turned a whole town against her and I was so glad when Jack stood up to the steakhouse owner. I also liked that Abby decided to take a stand and the thing in the store was funny. When Ruby Echols threatened to ruin Jack's business she tries to leave the guys but Jack wasn't having it he knew something was wrong. This was a good read and the narrator was also good. I am looking forward to reading and listening to the next book in this series.

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Disappointed with narration. Ryan wonderful, tho!

I found CJ Bloom's Texas accents very corny and offputting...stark contrast with Ryan's great performance.

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Favorite

Love, reading and rereading some of my books
Even better when you can read along with the the audio book! Well done!!!

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Loved it !! this story. the narrator is so fantastic it's like your really there!! good overall

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I have read book couple times. the female needs to work on her Texas male accent sam sounded ridiculous out of her mouth

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Sam's Female Narration Was a No for Me

I enjoyed Jack, Abby, and Sam's story. It was sweet, romantic, sexy, witty, and humorous. The way the town treated Abby was awful. Very few of the people had any kind of moral strength to allow a kid to be treated that way. I liked all 3 of their characters, and loved the way Abby stood up for herself. Jack and Sam provided the support she needed to help her stand tall during her return to town.

Ryan West's part of the narration was great. C. J. Bloom did a great job narrating Abby, and was not bad reading Jack's parts. I have no idea what was going on with Sam's narration. Every time she read as Sam, all I could think of is some skinny, weaselly, weak willed, silly guy. Absolutely nothing indicated strong, attractive, or sexy about Sam during those moments. Hearing Sam's part actually took me completely out of the narrative.

I liked the part of this small town tale where the people were welcoming and supportive of Abby. I loved the fact that Jack and Sam could put the nasty people in their places. I wish they had done something with that deputy, and I also don't remember if anything happened to that mean, bitter, old woman after Abby went above and beyond.

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  • liz dean
  • 03-02-20

Sooo good

I love the diet recording which really brings the characters to life and the voices seem to match how I imagined they would sound for real. Excellent story as always.

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  • Cassie
  • 07-16-19

Great

The book was great but having 2 narrators was jarring, there didn't seem to be any reason for the switching, either would have been better although I much prefer Ryan's narration. Although I love Lexi Blames books this is my first foray into her writing as Sophie Oak, different but fun.

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  • Joan
  • 11-05-18

Disappointed

I quit like his voice but her's make my ears bleed, so sad as I really love this book.

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  • Susan Rogerson
  • 09-27-18

Wow

I loved reading this book and it was even better on audible download , both narrators were great and I’m looking forward to listening to book 2 in this series.

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  • Cas
  • 10-18-18

Wow

Loved this story of her coming back to the town that rejected her. Finding her men and love and showing the town who she really was.
Narration was awesome too.