Sisters Bush and Jackson team up to bring readers another Siren Song sister and their demented and murderous brother Justice. The action scenes are first rate and the leading characters are compelling and thoroughly fleshed out. At more than 500 pages it’s a good, long read. The authors could have easily cut the storyline about the teenage thieves and still had a complete and enjoyable story.

Laura thought she’d escaped her past. A member of the Siren Song group of sisters, she left their carefully guarded fortress and built a life for herself outside its walls. Now a divorce and an unplanned pregnancy have thrown her for a loop. When Justice, her murderous brother, escapes from a mental institution with Laura in his sights, she must decide whether she can trust a reporter to help her stay alive and protect her unborn baby. (ZEBRA, Jun., 556 pp., $7.99)
Reviewed by: 
Annette Elton