Warrant by Kathy Coopmans
Every wrongdoing warrants a consequence. In my case, I’ve decided to settle the score with death.
Especially when, what brought this on, what stirred up my crazy, was the vicious attack on an innocent young girl.
Worse, one that ended in her death.
Years, I’ve been plotting to take out the men I used to call my brothers.
The men who double-crossed me by brutally murdering my sister.
I want my revenge. I need it. Crave it. It’s in my blood.
I planned to stop at nothing. No matter if I inflicted pain on another woman.
After all, it was her brother who killed my sister. I figured, why not make him suffer the same way I have.
One tiny glimpse of her changes everything.
Or does it?
Maybe, just maybe, the little siren I wanted to harm is going to single-handedly slaughter me instead.
Gotta love a tangled web of warranted deception.
Coopmans once again punches me in the face with this dark and gritty romance.
Yep. The synopsis doesn’t lie, contrary to that first word.
Warrant comes after Vengeance in the series. Not just the alphabet, like literally in the order of the series. I think I found myself liking Warrant slightly more. Note, you don’t need to read Vengeance to understand Warrant - like any series, you get a little more oomph going in reading a complete series.
The characters gave me a good gut wrench. The plot was a bit more connective to me. And I just plain love Coopman’s style of writing. It gives me all kinds of feels. From hate to love to steam to angst. And so many twists that just keep me grabbing without making me sick. The best.