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Indigo Ridge (The Edens) Kindle Edition
Winslow Covington believes in life, liberty and the letter of the law. As Quincy, Montana’s new chief of police, she’s determined to prove herself to the community and show them she didn’t earn her position because her grandfather is the mayor.
According to her pops, all she has to do is earn favor with the Edens. But winning over the town’s founding family might have been easier if not for her one-night stand with their oldest son. In her defense, it was her first night in town and she didn’t realize that the rugged and charming man who wooed her into bed was Quincy royalty.
Sleeping with Griffin Eden was a huge mistake, one she’s trying to forget. He’s insufferable, arrogant and keeps reminding everyone that she’s an outsider. Winslow does her best to avoid Griffin, but when a woman is found dead on Eden property, the two of them have no choice but to cross paths.
As clues to the murderer lead to one of Quincy’s own, Griffin realizes Winslow is more than he gave her credit for. Beautiful and intelligent, she proves hard to resist. For him. And the killer.
"You know that feeling you get when you're reading a good book and you know it's going to be incredible? Indigo Ridge by Devney Perry is all of that and more." - Kiss Me Books
"I'm pretty sure this is my favorite Devney Perry book. I know I say that with every book of hers I read because I love them all but Indigo Ridge was on a whole other level. Simply phenomenal!" - About That Story
"Move over romantic suspense, because this talented wordsmith has just raised the bar. Holy wow!" - Goodreads Reviewer
"Indigo Ridge was fabulous, full of heart-fluttering emotions and steam, giving also that thrill of tension and danger that keeps you at the edge of the seat and makes you anxious to see how the mystery will unfold." - Little Steamy Reads
- ASIN : B08NQ2KPXX
- Publisher : Devney Perry LLC (October 26, 2021)
- Publication date : October 26, 2021
- Language : English
- File size : 5082 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 324 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,875 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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Winslow was the type of heroine I enjoy. Tough when needed but not so hard core I couldn’t relate to her. She was carrying emotional scars that were, literally, a nightmare. My heart was broken by her struggle but once I learned the full story, I was horrified as well.
Griffin was such a steamy, dreamy hero in his boots and buckle with this slow, steady fall into love. He was trying to keep things casual, but it wasn’t working out for him. Winslow was all he could think about. I loved his alpha tendencies. There were more than a few times that he was completely swoon worthy while showcasing them.
Through all the romance was a mystery that had me hooked and desperate to figure out who and why. This had some serious moments of drama, danger and suspense. I swear, there were times it felt as though I were right in the middle of everything that was happening, I was so consumed by the action on the page. Absolutely brilliant!
As much as I didn’t want to see the end of this book, (despite my non stop reading in an effort to find out what was going to happen - which of course means reaching the end of the book) I’m antsy to find out what is in store for Griffin’s siblings. Along with an amazing epilogue and the link for a bonus epilogue, the ending gave us a delicious tease of an introduction for Knox and Memphis!
This story was just small town perfection! The mystery, the intrigue, the small town drama and the HOT sexual chemistry, this book captivated my attention from the prologue and didn’t let go. Believe me, you need Winn and Griffin’s banter in your life!
I mean what could possibly go wrong after you sleep with the hottest cowboy in the bar after just your first night in town? For Winn Covington, the new Chief of police of Quincy Montana, everything apparently. My heart ached with how Winn just wanted to be accepted and fit into her new town, but being the Mayor’s grand daughter was definitely not winning over everyone in town. Yet one night with the grumpy and gruff Griffin Eden was never going to be enough, even if it sent the town gossip mill into a tizzy. Griffin’s gruff and standoffish demeanor didn’t deter Winn though, his soft and caring side melted my heart.
“This man was better than any fantasy. Better than any romance novel hero or movie star. Better than any lover who’d ever taken me to bed.”
Griffin Eden and his family were basically town royalty but some tragedies surrounded the family that added some suspense and intrigue to the storyline. The underlying mystery kept me guessing and the hot passion between Winn and Griffin kept me invested. There was nothing casual with how quickly Winn and Griffin fell in love and I was here for it! A great start to the Eden family series and I absolutely LOVED it!
Griffin and Winslow
The first book in a new series. I really enjoyed it.
Winslow/Winny/Win. New job. New town. Fresh start. She just needs to win over the locals and the “old timers” who are not open to change. It doesn’t help that her grandfather is the mayor of the small town (he had nothing to do with her hiring). What better way to interact with some of the town folks, a drink at the bar the locals prefer. Yeah, that doesn’t go as planned. But she does meet a sexy cowboy who says he doesn’t live in town. Perfect. No need to run into a one night stand around town.
Griffin. The oldest of six children. His family has lived in Quincy Montana for generations. He loves his ranch, and his family. It keeps his busy. Too busy for relationships. Which is why he prefers to hookup with tourists. Keeps things uncomplicated. He finds his next conquest in the local watering hole. A beautiful, blue eyed woman who entrances him from the moment they meet. Her license plate says she’s not local. Again. Perfect.
Until the next day at lunch when she’s introduced to him as the new Chief of Police.
Not so perfect.
They agree to let the past stay in the past and move forward with each going their separate ways.
That doesn’t last long. They are inexplicably drawn to each other. Can’t get the other off their minds. They agree to a mutual no strings sexual relationship. That works for awhile. Until feelings get involved and lines are crossed.
Add in a young woman’s unexpected suicide, a couple of exes who can’t seem to take a hint, issues with family members and lots of old grudges make for a book that grabs you from the first page and doesn’t let you go until you get to the hold your breath, dramatic conclusion.
Very well written. I loved all of these characters. Griffin’s siblings are quite the cast of characters. I’m looking forward to reading all of their stories.
A great start to a new series.
Dual points of view.
No cheating. No cliffhanger.
A great epilogue.
Top reviews from other countries
On her very first night there she hooks up with a devastatingly gorgeous man at a bar, thinking he was just passing through, only to find that actually, he’s a resident. And not just any resident, but one of the Edens. The Eden family that founded the damn town.
Griffin doesn’t hook up with locals anymore after making that mistake previously. He doesn’t have time for relationships, and isn’t interested in having one. So why can’t he stay away from the new chief of police?
Another smalltown-Montana-romance classic from Devney Perry. There’s intrigue, mystery, sexual tension (and explosion), excellent family dynamics, small town gossip, and, of course, love.
Winn was so strong, to have gone through everything she did and come out the other side is nothing short of admirable. To try and win the town over as such a young, female, chief of police was a Herculean task in itself.
Griff was noble, honest, and a wonderful pillar of support for his family. And eventually for Winn, too.
I adore how easily their relationship kept morphing, how they kept adapting and never really fought it. What I love about most of Perry’s books is that there generally isn’t a long, drawn-out breakup period. There’s still drama and a bit of angst, but the drama tends to stem from other parts of the storyline. Especially in this book! She kept me guessing right until the end!
Looking forward to reading about the rest of the Edens.
Despite both Griff & Winn doing their level best to keep away from each other, things soon develop into ‘friends with benefits’. They don’t want it to be anything more. Griff just wants to work on his ranch & Winn has more than enough on her plate with a series of suspicious suicides while struggling with claims of nepotism regarding her appointment as Chief – well her grandfather is the mayor so you can see why that might happen but you can’t go against fate.
Indigo Ridge has everything that I love in a book. A plot filled with drama, mystery, intrigue and suspense while setting a fast pace that still flowed so well leaving me absorbed until the last page. A gruff, rugged hero and a strong heroine who still had a soft side despite being a woman in a man’s world with a chemistry that means they can’t keep away from each other, all written by an author whose style of writing and evocative descriptions transports this reader to the picturesque streets and mountains of Quincy, Montana . This was an epic start to the series and with all of those Eden siblings I’m looking forward to revisiting Quincy in the near future.
From page 1 I was hooked! Devney has a way of storytelling that has you fully invested in her characters immediately they appear on the page. Winnie and Griffin undeniably fall into this category.
Newly arrived in town, Winnie is seen as an outsider to the residents of Quincy, Montana. As the town’s recently appointed Chief of police, she’s not trusted or respected by it’s residents. Her family may have history with the town, but Winnie is an unknown. Having a one night stand with the town’s golden boy didn’t do her any favours either.
Griffin Eden likes things easy, only sleeping with women who are passing through Quincy means he doesn’t have to worry about hurt feelings or commitment. Quincy royalty, he and his family influence the decisions of the town, so when a one night stand he can’t easily forget, becomes a permanent fixture in his beloved town, he decides he wants rid of Winnie, and he has the pull to do it… until a suspicious death brings the pair closer.
Griffin and Winnie’s book is everything I love about a Devney Perry story;
✔️ Small town romance
✔️ One night stand
✔️ Enemies to lovers
✔️ Mystery and Suspense that will keep you guessing to the very end
✔️ Explosive rollercoaster ride of emotions
An absolute must read! With the added bonus of appearances from the rest of The Eden family, all of whom’s stories I’m desperate to get my hands on.
Indigo Ridge is book 1 of a brand new series The Eden’s, I’ve read all of the authors work, and I think I can say this could well be my favourite series already!
I adored Winslow and Griffin, the good feelings were flying from their first meeting, this didn’t last long once they realise who the other was, Winn has arrived in Quincy to start her new job as Chief of Police, Griff is the eldest son of the Eden’s, a well known family in the town. Sparks soon fly in this gripping enemies to lovers, romantic suspense story.
Over the last few years young women have been found at the bottom of Indigo Ridge, so called investigations have ruled them as suicide, so when another girl is found Winn starts her own investigation, but going against what the town believes is difficult, not only is she new & young, she’s a female Chief of Police in a so called ‘mans world’.
Griff runs a ranch which has the trail that leads to the ridge, both Winn and Griff are too busy for a relationship, but as they get to know each, and stop fighting the inevitable the pages soon heat up, I love how the relationship grows and develops. The push and pull early on rewards us with sensual & passionate romance, but danger is lurking, can Winn put the evidence together before it’s too late.
We are introduced to all the Eden’s, I love this family already, I reallyyyyyy need the next book!! Write faster please! Lol
Despite smut scenes not being written out completely most of the time, it all made me swoon.
Griff and Winnie are great characters and I appreciate that the author made them mature.
Cannot wait for the next book...now off to see what else this author has.