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Siren Enslaved

Narrated by: C. J. Bloom, Ryan West
Length: 10 hrs and 18 mins
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Re-released in a second edition with new scenes.

Julian Lodge has everything a man could want. He's rich, successful, and owns the most exclusive club in Dallas. But something is missing. 

Finn Taylor has worked his way up in the world from humble beginnings in Willow Fork, Texas. The only thing he still loves in his hometown is Danielle Bay. He never told her he was actually bisexual, and he never confessed his love for her. Now she's getting married, and Finn is sure he's lost his chance with the only person he'll ever love. 

Julian's vacation to the Barnes-Fleetwood ranch brings them all together. After Dani jumps into Julian's car while fleeing her wedding, Julian knows he has to have her. But nothing is easy in Willow Fork. A danger from Julian's past threatens them all. Julian will have to convince both Dani and Finn that being his will be the best decision they ever made.

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  • Leezard_Love
  • 2019-03-29

great series!

This book was not as good as the previous 2, but still a great book. I saw more of a connection between Julian and Dani and Finn and Dani rather than between Julian and Finn. So felt more of like Dani was in love with each of them, but Julian and Finn didn't seem to have the same romantic involvement. Julian was the ultimate dom and it seemed even people not in the lifestyle bowed down to him. It was great to see that someone could finally crack his rough exterior. While we do find out the reasons behind his persona, there isn't a very strong focus on his past and his emotions behind it.

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  • Karin Anderson
  • 2019-07-02

Texas Sirens Book Three

Texas Sirens Book Three.

Julian Lodge is the owner of the hottest club in Dallas, but he requires control in all aspects of his life. Taking a vacation isn't something he does often. When he decides to visit his friend and former protege, Jackson, Julian isn't sure what to expect. However, it is not speeding off with a bride fleeing her wedding. Danielle Bay panics at her wedding and leaps into Julian's car without a thought. Thankfully, Julian takes her to Jackson's ranch where Dani knows she will be safe. She doesn't want to call her best friend because Finn Taylor is the reason she ran. As the three come together, Julian finds that he wants them both. Maybe this vacation will become more interesting than he thought.

If you're looking for a redemption story with a hint of danger and a splash of denial, this is the book for you!

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  • chixranch
  • 2018-12-29

Awesome Story


Awesome story. Keeps you reading series as characters are so compelling. Peek into beginning of McKay Taggart is great.

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  • Taryn
  • 2019-05-31

Ryan West should have narrated the whole book!

Ryan West should have narrated the whole thing; if he had I would have given the performance 5 stars. Both his male and female voices are excellent and committed to the characters - very believable. The other narrator (Bloom) sounded too over the top and irritatingly girly for the female voices and absolutely horrid at the male voices. It ruined the story. I am guessing there was a production deadline and Ryan West was not available to do the whole thing?

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