Book 3 - The Vendetta Trifecta
In the middle of the night, two assassins break into a cabin that doesn’t exist on any map. Sin is just quick enough to get away. Lee isn’t.
When he doesn’t show up at any of their checkpoints, Sin is forced to do something she’s never done before: ask for help.
Once again, all signs point to a tactical strike from the Kurevs, still something about this hit feels very personal. Kaspar Kurev has built an empire on loyalty borne of greed and fear. But he’s never come up against anyone like Sin—a lone wolf, willing to shred her enemies bone by bone. Or her brother Nick—a leader whose faithful followers will gladly die for him. Or former FBI agent Owen—struggling with the duality of his own morals.
Each of these unlikely allies is backed into a corner by Kaspar . . . and by each other. Though they won’t go down without a fight, they won’t survive without learning to trust each other.
Can they truly end a rivalry written in decades of blood when each of them has an entirely different definition of justice?