The Dead Don't Mourn (Dead Generations #2) by Anne Russo

The Dead Don't Mourn is a fantastic sequel. An Assassin and a prominent surgeon. Intriguing and suspenseful.

From the blurb:

Sequel to The Dead Don’t Lie

Three months have passed, and Ian and Adam are both struggling with the memory of that fateful night. Consumed with guilt, Ian carries on with his day-to-day existence with little success, while Adam adjusts to his new life as a cold-blooded killer.

But both men face a new challenge when Adam’s latest target, a crime boss’s beautiful daughter, enters the picture. It's a dangerous assignment that forces hidden jealousies and not so buried desires to the surface.

Yet as Adam and Ian’s desperate situation escalates, they find their chaotic world dealt another heartbreaking blow when tragedy strikes a member of their group. The devastating event compels Ian and Adam to confront their feelings for one another. Yet with sinister forces at work against them as well as the dark story of their families’ joined and tangled past, will Ian and Adam fight to build something real together? Or will they find themselves torn apart once more?

NOTE: This story contains scenes depicting a suicide attempt and/or suicidal ideation as well as substance abuse/recreational drug use. This is book 2 in a series and ends on a cliffhanger.

Janet's Review:

The Dead Don’t Mourn is the second book in the Dead Generations series. Holy moly! This was sooo good! The Dead Don't Mourn needs to be read after The Dead Don't Lie. You'll be lost otherwise. 

The Dead Don’t Mourn starts three months after the events in The Dead Don’t Lie. Adam and Ian feel a lot of guilt. Ian dragged Adam him into the business and Adam has become somewhat brutal. Adam was a surgeon and Ian an Assassin; their roles have kind of flip flopped. 

This is one of those stories that will keep you enthralled, engaged, you will not put it down until it ends and then it ends on a cliffhanger. This was amazing, intriguing and suspenseful. 

Overall, a really fantastic read! The pacing will keep you flipping the pages. The story was really well written, highly recommend.

Rating: 5 Stars

The Dead Don't Mourn is available to buy as an ebook and paperback.