Synopses & Reviews
The only good Secret is a buried Secret.
Secret McQueen, Book 3
Secret McQueen has hunted vampires, werewolves, and every conceivable supernatural menace-to-society. Seen it all? Not even close. When the queen of the were-ocelots comes to her for help finding a missing girl, the half-vampire/half-werewolf soon realizes how much she has to learn about the things that go bump in the night.
The case of the missing cat is one thing. Pile it up with her new duties as a Tribunal Leader, her tenuous position as mate to the king of the Eastern werewolves, and a slew of new (and unwelcome) supernatural abilities, and Secret is once again in familiar territory. Way over her head. But for this multitasking half-breed, it’s business as unusual.
What knocks her for a loop, though, isn’t her lover’s intoxicating kiss. It’s the missing memories rushing at her from out of nowhere, signaling a rapidly approaching fork in her destiny. Her choice will affect not only her life, but her love.
Warning: This book contains a werewolf king with wandering hands, a creepy English professor with nefarious plans, and one hell of an unexpected gala evening at Columbia.
“Deep Dark Secret is everything you want in an Urban Fantasy, lightning wit, a cracking pace, and an awesome lead. Secret McQueen will draw you into her world of vampires, werewolves, and demons, and, if you survive, you certainly won’t want to leave. Get into this series now so you can say you were there before this secret gets out.”
— Trent Jamieson, author of the Death Works Trilogy
“Something Secret This Way Comes has it all, suspense, erotic passion, and deadly danger—a great triple play.”
“A brilliantly badass read full of smart writing, inventive thrills, and spicy, sexy fun. Deep, Dark Secret delivers!”
—Carolyn Crane, author of The Disillusionists Trilogy
Born and raised in the Canadian prairies, Sierra Dean is allowed annual exit visas in order to continue her quest to steadily conquer the world one city at a time. During the cold Canadian winters, Sierra indulges in her less global interests: drinking too much tea and writing urban fantasy.
Has Secret McQueen seen it all? Not even close. When the queen of the were-ocelots comes to her for help finding a missing girl, she realizes how much she has to learn about the things that go bump in the night.
Pile it up with her new Tribunal duties, her tenuous position as a werewolf king’s mate, and a slew of new (and unwelcome) supernatural abilities, and Secret is once again in familiar territory. Way over her head. What knocks her for a loop, though, are the missing memories that signal a fork in her destiny.
About the Author
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada