Series: Texas Sirens, 8
Author: Sophie Oak
Publisher: Siren Publishing-Book Strand
Genre and Pairing: Contemporary and M/M, M/F, M/M/F, M/F/M
Word Count: 107,823
Reviewer Name: Luna
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Cole Roberts and Mason Scott loved each other since childhood, but they needed something more to make them whole. A Dom and a switch, they searched for the right female submissive to settle down with, but a terrible accident tore them apart. Their perfect life shattered, they were each left angry and alone.
Kitten Taylor’s past is filled with heartache. She yearns to be part of a family with a Master to call her own. When Master Cole takes her in, she might have finally found the place she belongs. Even though something is missing, she is willing to compromise to have the life she always dreamed of, until Mason returns and shows her just how perfect a threesome can be.
When a killer puts the trio in their cross-hairs, Cole and Mason will have to put aside the demons of their past in order to forge a future with the woman they love.
I am such a fan of Sophie Oak and couldn’t wait for her next book in the Texas Sirens series. And Siren Reborndid not disappoint, itgrabbed you from the very beginning. Those who love this series have seen Kitten grow and become stronger in spite of her issues. I have adored Kitten throughout this series. She was funny and loyal and brave even if she didn’t quite see it. She refuses to see herself as a victim and with the help of Cole and Mason, she takes those final steps into blessed freedom and understanding. I loved that Kitten found peace in a lifestyle that was forced on her through terrible circumstances. With Cole and Mason she learned to value the submission she gave and to ask for what she wanted. You saw peeks of the woman Kate (formerly known as Kitten) was throughout this series but with Siren Reborn she came into her own. It was wonderful to see and experience. But Ms. Oak didn’t limit the phoenix uprising to Kitten alone.
Both Mason and Cole had to wade their way through a painful past. Circumstances brought Mason back into Cole’s life, pain, misunderstandings and guilt tore them apart. Luckily they had Kitten to help them navigate the tangled emotions still plaguing them both. I loved that someone as damaged as Kitten was played an integral part in reuniting these men better and stronger than ever. She fit and Ms. Oak didn’t force it. She wove such a beautiful tale that we knew Mason and Cole needed Kitten to complete what they could have and who they could be. Kitten evolved and it culminating in necessitating two men to corral her brattiness as she became surer in herself and her place.
I loved this story of survival, not only for Kitten but also Mason and Cole. Ms. Oak gave us a story that showed the evolution of her characters in such a way that I couldn’t wait to see what happened next. She gave us characters who felt real and dealt with real issues. Ms. Oak has always been an author on my auto read list and Siren Reborn has moved to the top of my will be read again and again list.
Five shooting stars and a recommended Read~~