Book 4, Steele Ridge
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Biologist Britt Steele is on a mission-to protect endangered red wolves in the mountains of North Carolina. But when the wolves extend their territory, he clashes with the new landowner—his mentor’s daughter, a sexy, determined woman who intends to sell her inheritance to the highest bidder.
Miranda Shepherd’s quirky bar is her passion, but money’s flowing out faster than she can pour a drink. An outsider’s bid to purchase the land she’s long called home will save her business. However, one man stands in Randi’s path—her mother’s former protégé, a dangerously handsome and persuasive man.
But an unscrupulous trophy hunter wants the game-rich property and he’ll stop at nothing to get his hands on the wolves’ haven. When members of the pack begin disappearing, Britt and Randi must join together protect the wolves and save the love of a lifetime.
Reviews for LOVING DEEP
★★★★★ "If you are looking for a romantic suspense story that combines a fresh plot, realistic romance, and a family that will support you with no questions asked, give Loving Deep a read."
"I loved this book."
"[Devlyn] sure can write evil villains."
"How Ms. Devlyn has been able to capture the nuances of familial dynamics was truly heartwarming."
"Such chemistry and passion."
"This author shows her gift for writing through the depth and dynamics of her characters."
Suspenseful and fast-paced. Fantastic!
I highly recommend this book. It was fantastic. The suspenseful plot and intriguing family dynamic had me turning each page, craving more and more of the story. Britt seemed so ordinary and passive at first, until you really got to know him. I loved peeling back his layers. The plot was magnificent. Tracey Devlyn's writing was like a labyrinth with so many twists and turns, and it was very clever. I adore clever. As far as the series goes, I have read the prequel and this book, and had no trouble following along, or falling in love with Steele Ridge. In fact, I want more, so I'm going to be checking out the other books ASAP. I voluntarily reviewed an Advanced Reader Copy of this book.
A fantastic story. A very unique storyline and fun entertaining characters made this a very entertaining read! Britt Steele is the oldest of the Steele brothers and he has a true passion for wildlife conservation. His latest find is the elusive red wolf pack he has found just off Steele land. He's not worried since the neighboring land is owned by is friend and mentor Barbara. When Barbara unexpectedly passes away the land is left to her daughter Miranda "Randi" Shepherd. Randi is a strong willed woman and she's determined to save her quirky little bar in town by selling off the land that was left to her by her mother. Britt tries everything he can to convince Randi to sell the land to him and the two spend lots of time together. As they really get to know each other attraction flares but will the land deal come between them??
I've loved this series so far and can't wait for more. I definitely recommend this one.
With the continuation of the Steele Ridge series, Tracey Devlyn brings us Britt's story. He's serious and gruff, but also fiercely protective and loyal to those he loves.
Britt Steele is determined to protect the endangered red wolves that are living on his family's property in the hills of North Carolina. He had a partner in his mentor and neighbor, but now is only left to deal with her daughter Miranda.
Miranda Shepherd isn't heartless, and she wishes she could help Britt, but her business is in deep trouble and she needs the funds she will get from selling her Mom's property abutting the Steele land and helping to protect the wolves.
When a few "accidents" start happening around the property and Miranda, it make Britt suspect something is amiss. His investigation leads to them finding out a trophy hunting club has set their sites on the wolves ... and Miranda! Will Britt be able to save both of the things he's grown to care for so strongly?