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    A great addition

    5 Star Review Siren Unleashed (Texas Sirens #7) by Sophie Oak Each book in this series gets better and better. This time it is twin detectives Ben and Chase Dawson who will find their happily ever after, that is as long as they can keep the woman in question Natalie Buchanan alive. I have been waiting for this book since the Dawson twins were first mentioned at The Club and were introduced into the series. I imagined that these two brothers when they could agree on something or someone, would be a powerful combination and one that would be hard to ignore and I was right. There were times when I didn’t know whether to laugh or cry and I worried that Ben, Chase and Natalie would not be able to get the happily ever after that they all so richly deserved. I really enjoy Ms.Oak (Lexi Blake’s) style of writing and Siren Unleashed was one of those reads I could not put down.
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    Being true to yourself

    Chase and Ben are one. No really, they are those twins that feel each others emotions, the pain, the happiness, all of it. They are connected, whether they want to be or not. They play their roles, but during the course of the book they realize they are not two halves of one whole, they are two wholes that need the other. They need the other to help them regulate, because they are prone to extremes. They need the other balance, because they are prone to get unbalanced. They need the other to be happy, because being apart makes them miserable. Over the course of the book, they realize they need Natalie to keep them sane, because, well, they tend to get tangled in their own tangents when they go off on them It isn’t easy reading a story about someone who has been violated, hurt, abused, and destroyed in so many ways. Natalie made my heart ache, Logan asking for advice from Natalie made by heart ache, my breath seize, and my brain shut down. Natalie’s answer though, that was the moment you knew she was herself, the new her, that took her life from before, and her life during, and was making a new life not for after, but for now. I couldn’t have loved a character more than Nat at that time, and my heart couldn’t have hurt more than it did for Logan at that moment. This really is a story about three people becoming the person they need to be now. Ben always thought he had to be the good, sane, and happy twin. He learns he can be bad, crazy, and grumpy. Chase always thought he was the downer, the logical, and the socially awkward twin. He learns he can be happy, act out, and get along with people, when needed. Natalie thought she had lost the innate part of herself due to her kidnapping and torture. She learned she could trust and find herself core again, and she wasn’t going to be robbed of anything because of a madman. Of course, we get the crew. Julian, Finn, and Dani have their progeny. Logan and Georgia have their meet cute, and it is awesome. We travel to Willow Fork, and you know what that means - "Apparently he twisted a couple of vertebrae trying to get Olivia out of a tree. She was rebelling against carrots. She doesn’t like carrots." and then I instantly felt a bond with little Olivia Barnes-Fleetwood, because carrots do indeed suck! I don’t think I will ever stop fan girl squeeing everytime Jack Barnes shows up in a Siren book, and I hope I never have to. That man is the epitome of….. well, just everything, alpha, Dom, sweet, caring, tender, tough, protective, funny, loving, decisive, just, well everything <3
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    Double the Pleasure, Double the Fun

    Of all of the Texas Sirens books by author Lexi Blake, this one might be my favorite, and the reason is simple: the Dawson brothers. Two sides of the same coin, two halves of a whole, however you want to say it, these two are the perfect foils for each other, and the perfect fit for Natalie Buchanan. Their ways might not be my ways, but, oh, my, are they all perfect together. Although this book is part of a re-release of one of Lexi's older series, it is new to me, and I am enjoying the heck out of it. I do have to admit that I get a little bit confused sometimes, what with the inter-mixing of the Bliss, CO, characters with the Texas Sirens characters, and then there are the folks from McKay-Taggart, but, really, they are all one happy family. The shenanigans are many, and Lexi does a fabulous job of marrying humor with intrigue and suspense, all along with a healthy dose of heat, making for some immensely readable books that I just can't put down. Because this book is a good ways into the series, it does help to have read the others in not only this, but the other two series that I mentioned above, but, heck, I say that, if you haven't read the others, jump on in. It will just inspire you to go back and get all caught up, because they are just so entertaining. SIREN UNLEASHED is an easy 4 stars for me, and I cannot wait to see what's coming next. Seriously, join the club (see what I did there?); while these books are not your average romances, you don't want to miss them. Prepare yourself for a bumpy ride, and enjoy!
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