Alosa is in pursuit of the treasure hidden on the island of sirens. She’s been reunited with her father and found all the pieces of the map. However, everything isn’t exactly as it seems. She’s battling doubt, her feelings for Riden, and going on a dangerous journey to understand her siren powers.
I enjoyed the first book, and as I said in my review of the Daughter of the Pirate King, I think I would have enjoyed it more if it were not in audiobook form. I am not a huge fan of audiobooks, so it doesn’t mean the audiobook isn’t good. I enjoy reading more, so I think being able to read this book was better for my reading experience.
I really enjoyed the sequel. Alosa’s flaws and fears showed more. We get to see her with her crew where she’s more comfortable. I really liked getting to see her in that way, and how the crew was like a giant sisterhood.
I also thought the book covered family well. There are many different facets of family covered in this book and I thought it was really well done. It showed the good, the bad, and the ugly.
Riden grew on me even more in this book. He grew not only as an individual but as a love interest for Alosa.
I almost wish there was another book so that I could continue to get to know the other characters and see everyone grow. However, I really like how it’s just a duology because it’s all wrapped up.
I thought I would like Alosa more in this book based on how the first book ended. I was right. If you’re looking for a good pirate book, and I’m always up for a good pirate book–especially girl pirate books, you should check this one out!