ARC Review + Giveaway: Sirens In Bliss by Sophie Oak



Sirens In Bliss by Sophie Oak

Genre: MFM, MF, and  MMF, Western, Contemporary

September 20, 2013


What happens after happily ever after?

It’s the event of the year. The wedding of Leo and Wolf Meyer to their beautiful sub, Shelley McNamara, has all of Bliss up in arms—and makes everyone think about love and marriage and family.

Wolf and Leo have to deal with the sudden reappearance of their father. Rafe Kincaid is handed an opportunity that might take him and his family away from Bliss. Aidan, Lexi, and Lucas O’Malley find themselves at a crossroads in their marriage. And Stefan Talbot must face his biggest fear—possibly losing his wife in childbirth.

So come to the Feed Store Church, pick a seat, and enjoy the chaos as all your favorite characters from Texas Sirens and Nights in Bliss, Colorado, come together for one eventful weekend.

And some of them may never be the same again.

Note: This is a reunion book, which shares an overall story arc and many crossover characters with the Texas Sirens and Nights in Bliss series. This is not a stand-alone.




The beautiful characters that captured my heart a very long time ago are back! They are all back and asking for trouble. I have never laughed so hard or cried so much while reading a book! I became blissfully undone, and Sophie Oak is responsible. She is a freakin’ genius!

“It was all about a lifetime spent in Bliss. It was about a world of friends who became family.”

Bliss has become a home away from home for me. Anytime I can dive in to a Sophie Oak book and travel back to that beautiful place, I’m content as can be. Bliss is a place you can escape to when reality gets to be too much, and unfortunately, that happens a lot with me. I can always count on these wonderful characters to make me laugh, make me cry, and of course, make me blush…A LOT! Sirens In Bliss is the best of both worlds. It combines two of my favorite series, Texas Sirens and Nights in Bliss. When these two collide, craziness ensues! You think planning a wedding in Bliss is hard? Wait until you throw in bratty submissives, the pressure to drink beet juice, Caleb Burke with his tranquilizer gun, and of course trying to shoot a son of a bitch!

“Honey, men are dumbasses. You can always count on them to do the dumbassedest thing possible. For Henry, that means buying a gun. For Max, it’s eating wings. You just thought Henry was perfect. Well, guess what, hon, he has a penis. It was just a matter of time.”

This was like reading multiple stories in one! You get to catch up on these fabulous characters, and even though they are at times struggling with marriage, babies, and the future, they always find their way back. The problems and struggles between all of the couples….and triples, were so relatable, and that is a big reason why I, and so many other readers LOVE these characters. It just shows that even though these are characters in a book, they still have flaws and problems with their significant others. They aren’t perfect, but they are family!

“I love you today. I’ll love you tomorrow. I’ll love you as long as my soul exists.”

Sirens In Bliss is a MUST READ and a TOP PICK for 2013. This was an emotional, sinfully erotic, and deliciously kinky as hell, and I fucking LOVED it! Sophie Oak is an amazingly talented author that knows just want to write to captivate your heart and soul! It is with a heavy heart that I bid adieu to the town of Bliss and its beautiful residents. Until next time, but first, let’s all have one more drink at Trio! Drinks are on Max!

5*ARC provided by the author



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  1. Oh Henry Flanders *nods* He shows how much first impression can fool you, and all the hidden depths we all can have within us. =)
    Love this series!!
    Thanks for the giveaway & Happy Saturday!

  2. I love them ALL…but my favourites would have to be Stephan Talbot (Bliss) and Julian Lodge (Sirens) simply because they are the uber rich guys, but are always helping someone, whether they are aware of it or not. They both come off as slightly snooty and know it all, but they love the people they call their own to a fault!!!

  3. OMG ! ! It’s impossible to pick just one book from these two series. But, I have been waiting for Logan’s story; he had such a struggle to overcome. I also loved the story about Julian Lodge.

  4. This is the first time I’m hearing of this author and series. I’m grateful you brought it to my attention, and I have added them to my TBR.