*Do not read this review if you have not read Siren*
Undercurrent by Tricia Rayburn is the second book in the Siren series. The series follows Vanessa the newly realized siren in the months following the string of deaths that happened in Winter Harbor in the previous book. The book starts off with Vanessa still adjusting to finding out the news of being a siren.
The book starts off a little slow, while recapping the events of Siren. After the first 50 pages or so, the pace of the book begins to pick up, drawing the reader back into the world of Vanessa Sands. Vanessa is a likeable character, however, Undercurrent slightly feel to typical young adult storyline of a love triangle in the second book of the series. This made for some slow and teen angst filled sections of the book, but for the readers sake it never lasted very long.
By the middle of the book, event after event enfolds the reader into the story making it hard to put the book down. Readers also find out more about the mysterious origins of Vanessa that helps to connect the reader to the heroine. Undercurrent is a stellar sequel to Siren. Even thought the end left a little to be desired, the next book should wrap up all the storylines.
Undercurrent and Siren are both available on http://www.amazon.com/.