Tuesday, March 6, 2012

URBAN FANTASY REVIEW: Deep Dark Secret by Sierra Dean

Deep Dark Secret (Secret McQueen, #3)
Deep Dark Secret
by Sierra Dean
Book #3

Warning: Contains a werewolf king with wandering hands, a creepy English professor with nefarious plans, and one hell of an unexpected gala evening at Columbia.

Secret is back kicking ass and taking names. Secret's life as a hybrid (half vamp, half werewolf) never has a  dull moment. If she's not having business related problems there's her personal life to keep her on her toes.

Secret seems to be adjusting to her new job as best as can be expected. Nothing like getting a promotion that you didn't ask for and can't say no to unless you are willing to lose a fight to the death.

She is still in a love triangle between Lucas the werewolf king and her live-in boyfriend Desmond, who just happens to be Lucas' second in the pack. Then let's not forget Holden, the sexy vampire that is in Secret's life.

Now let's throw in a demon in to that mix and see what comes out, shall we? That's right this time around Secret is dealing with a demon that is hell bent on getting back to his world and he is not above using a few co-eds at the local college campus to satisfy his needs.

Secret has a lot to juggle in Deep Dark Secret. She is enlisted by Holden to help find a friend's missing niece. Her ex-boyfriend uses his one call to call her in hopes that she will help him clear his name of murder. Oh and Lucas needs her help with pack matters.

If you enjoy a smart mouth heroine that can swing a mean sword you need to give the Secret McQueen series by Sierra Dean a try.

Deep Dark Secret is available at:

Amazon | Nook 

I received my copy from the author for a honest review.


  1. I think I'm going to postpone reading this one for a couple more weeks. The last two were amazing but if this one doesn't "quite" live up to the same standards there are other books on my TBR pile that need attention!

  2. I can't thank you enough for bring this series to my attention. I really enjoyed this book as well. Poor Secret and her men issues. The Columbia gala had my heart pounding. It will be hard to wait for the next book. I'm crossing my fingers for an early fall release.


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