Leda Pierce’s latest mission brings her back to her hometown at the edge of the Frontier. But things have taken a turn for the worse in the six months since she left home to join the Legion of Angels in New York City. Crime lords now rule over the town, and the beasts’ numbers are exploding just beyond the great magic wall that separates humanity from the plains of monsters.
Together with the fiercely seductive angel Nero, Leda guides a group of pilgrims across the monster-infested expanse to the ruins of the final battle between gods and demons. What begins as a pilgrimage, however, soon turns into a treasure hunt for an ancient weapon that could tip the balance of power between heaven and hell—and spirals into an intrigue that pits Leda and Nero against a rogue member of the Legion, a legendary angel as powerful as he is black-hearted.
Siren's Song begins with Leda and Nero being together after four months apart. The problem is they are on a serious mission, and can't have any fun in between. Even though, they are both going to try no matter what.
But, along the way some crazy things start happening, and Nero is getting moved around. Things aren't so good in the Legion of Angels right now, and while Leda may hate it, she isn't sure she can do anything to help.
This book was not nearly as good as the previous books. I felt like this one was more of a filler than anything. Because it really didn't give us any major information until the end, but it did confuse me a little bit.
It explained a little bit about Angel marriages, and I'm not sure if that was foreshadowing that Nero may be assigned to marry someone else or what, but it kind of confused me. Especially with the stuff in the end.
So, I will have to wait and see about that. I did like this book though, it had Leda's great personality, and Nero constantly trying to help. So, I'm looking forward to the next one, but I hope it's better than this one.