Are you ready for “a non-stop, nail-biting, edge-of-your-seat thrill ride!” and the book called “the best of the three in the series”?
In the dead of night, in a well-hidden cabin in Georgia, assassins wake Sin from a dead sleep. No one should have been able to find them. But with the door crashing open, it’s too late to think about what went wrong.
Sin is just fast enough to get away.
Unable to find him, Sin will have to do something she’s never done before: ask for help.
She turns to the two most likely to be able to help, Nick Stelian and former FBI Agent Owen Dunham.
While Owen’s hands are tied, Annika Dunham’s aren’t. She speaks the language and can get Sin inside the Kurev organization. While Nick and Owen form an uneasy alliance, Sin and Annika attempt to gain access using everything they can to free Lee.
Right and wrong have long since been obliterated. And one of Lee’s kidnappers looks far too familiar: someone Sin is convinced should be long dead. The ties between families and enemies have become intricately tangled. To save Lee, Sin will have to bend and break bonds she didn’t even know existed. She’ll have to do it all while protecting a new secret . . .
Justice is the third and final book in the Vendetta Trifecta. While it can be read as a standalone, if you haven’t read the other two, you’ll want to be sure you get the whole trifecta!