* Review * CROSS ROADS by Tracey Devlyn

I voluntarily read an early copy of this book.

* Review * CROSS ROADS by Tracey DevlynCross Roads by Tracey Devlyn
Series: Steele Ridge: The Blackwells #3
Published by Steele Ridge Publishing on March 6, 2023
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Cybersecurity expert Rohan Blackwell left his fellow hackers in the Collective behind to focus on the family business. But when an unusually fruitless background check on a potential contractor coincides with a savage cyberattack, he can’t help but suspect that the two events are connected. Determined to ferret out the beautiful artist’s real story, Rohan soon finds himself distracted by more than her secrets.

Hard work and quick thinking pulled Lena Kamber out of a difficult past and into a successful fine arts reproduction studio. Then disturbing visions of her childhood begin to surface, and she senses malevolent eyes on her at every turn. Add to that, a gorgeous stranger inadvertently helps a burglar steal her latest high-profile commission, a million-dollar painting. With her beloved career on the verge of collapse, Lena turns to a reluctant Rohan to help her recover the stolen artwork.

As Rohan and Lena draw closer to the truth—and each other—the stakes get higher, the bodies pile up, and the two loners unite to stop a vengeful cyberterrorist from destroying a future they have only just begun to imagine.


Fast paced and highly addictive! This octane filled third book in the Steele Ridge: The Blackwells series did not disappoint and kept me entertained throughout, but there was as whole lot to wrap your head around. While the multiple side stories did add mystery depth to the main storyline, they also detracted from a cohesiveness that would have drawn the arc together a bit more. None-the-less, I enjoyed Rohan and Lena very much and look forward to more to come in the series.

I recommend this book as well as the entire series to anyone that loves a suspenseful romance filled with a close knit cast of family and friends that always have each others backs as one brother after another falls for their one.


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