In the second installment of the Siren Suicides trilogy, Ailen Bright finds herself in a sticky situation. Her new supernatural abilities haven't solved anything - in fact, they've royally messed up her life. She can't be with the one person she loves (though her self-control is wavering by the second), her old, well-dressed dog of a father hasn't learned any new tricks, and her supposed siren sister doesn't seem to have her best interests at heart. A pawn in the game between her father and the Siren of Canosa, Ailen is constantly searching for her next move. Through all the hardships, however, Ailen's self-doubt begins to dissipate as she comes to accept her new identity.
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My Sisters in Death (Siren Suicides, Book 2) based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
I loved book 1 of the series, and I adored book 2. I can only imagine how book 3 will be. Truly, this book will, like the look of a siren, will catch you in it' gaze and it will keep you until all your soul will have been spent. I really had a hard time putting this book down. The action is constant. What I love best about the characters is that I can easily put myself in their shoes. It was really an incredible read. If you love a good story that will bring you many surprises, with relatable characters and a thirst that will make you want for more, so much more, than this is the book for you.