Last week I read and loved Daughter of the Pirate King by Trisha Levenseller and this past weekend I read the follow up, Daughter of the Siren Queen.
The book picks up shortly after Daughter of the Pirate King left off. Alosa and her crew are on the hunt for the last part of the map leading to Isla de Canta and the supposed treasure there. Riden is still recovering from his gunshot wounds and Alosa hasn’t seen him in the infirmary since he first got injured because she’s afraid to see him. You’ll be happy (or frustrated) to know that the slow burn between these two is as strong as ever in this book!
Pretty early in the book Alosa learns that not only was her father very tough on her growing up as he trained her to be a fierce pirate and weapon, but he’s been lying to her her whole life. Now she must race him to the treasure before he can become even more powerful and before he can kill her and her crew.
This book was a great sequel! I loved following Alosa and her crew. Roslyn is the cutest 6 year old pirate! There were some sad moments and gruesome moments, but it was all so engaging and I couldn’t put it down.
The slow burn between Alosa and Riden is really good and they had really sweet moments together. I just wish there was a little more of a payoff at the end. It was a happy ending for them, don’t worry, but I wanted a little more of them once they were together for real! Ugh Riden and Alosa are so good together and he’s so good for her and to her.
The third book comes out this fall and it’s a spinoff focusing on Sorinda and Kearen and I’m really looking forward to seeing what happens between the two of them!
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