Mini Reviews #12 Deep Down Dead & Deep Blue Trouble


Welcome to a new edition of mini-reviews, this time it’s all about Steph Broadribb!

Release: 2017/2018
Publisher: Orenda Books
Genre: Thriller

Deep Down Dead and Deep Blue Trouble by Steph Broadribb are fast-paced, action-filled thrillers featuring the brave and extremely likable Lori Anderson, a young bounty-hunter with dark past and a lovely daughter, a woman who needs to make quick money no matter what.

In Deep Down Dead, Lori takes a job that is supposed to be simple, but of course, there’s nothing simple in the bounty hunter profession. Three days later, her life has completely changed and there’s no going back. Forced to take her daughter with her, Lori and Dakota are in trouble from the very first day of the job. And at the center of the game, there’s JT, her former mentor, a man who shares a very special connection with her…

In the second book, Lori’s job is to keep JT alive and that’s why she takes another dangerous mission… Deep Blue Trouble is pretty similar to Deep Down Dead in the sense that they’re both fast-paced and filled with action and I particularly liked that it ended with a cliffhanger, just like a tv show episode that makes you want to keep on reading! I see potential for a reaaaally long series featuring Lori.



9 thoughts on “Mini Reviews #12 Deep Down Dead & Deep Blue Trouble

  1. Inge | The Belgian Reviewer says:

    It’s original that the MC has a daughter and I remember in the first novel she went everywhere with her but it didn’t slow down the story. I liked the novel and can’t say anything bad about it, but I’m not very much into action and running and stuff in books so that’s my excuse for not reading the sequel. Nice review!


  2. Diana says:

    Glad to hear that you are enjoying the series. I like the fact that the MC is a bounty hunter. That is not so common in books. I hope that you will enjoy the sequels.


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