When Albany Detective Brianna “Bree” Morris learns that Cuban crime lord Milan Varela wants her estranged father dead, she heads off to Miami to find out why. With Homicide Detective Jayce Matthews and her ex-lover Detective Steven Kemp she devises a plot to get close to the Varela organization.
Brianna finds herself attracted to the older Milan and falls deep into his web of seduction while fighting to keep her mind on her mission. Milan is equally drawn to Brianna and vows to win her trust and her heart.
Is Milan really the villain when it comes to Brianna’s father? Or is he the victim?
Is Brianna’s father really in danger or is there more to the story than anyone could ever imagine?
Brianna risks her life to save her father’s but will she end up losing her own?
THE WILD LIFE is available from Peace In The Storm Publishing.
The Wild Life by Stacy-Deanne is almost three hundred pages of crime fiction at its best. I started reading at 5 p.m. and did not stop until midnight when I read the last, exciting page. Ms. Deanne has upped her already stellar write game. If you are not already a fan of her work (gasp) it is time to get on board.
Angelia Vernon Menchan
Author-Publisher, Honorable MENCHAN Media
“Stacy-Deanne’s skill at bringing life to her characters is nothing short of pure brilliance. She masterfully weaves a tale of mystery in this clever, quick-paced, tension-filled, nail biting, suspenseful novel. I was on the very edge of my seat from the first word until the climatic end. Hold on tight, she’s sure to take you on a thrilling ride. ”
– Niyah Moore, author of Major Jazz
“Stacy Deanne never ceases to amaze me with her raw, undeniable gift for the
written word. The Wild Life is a colloquially fresh and penetratingly
thrilling read that entrances and mystifies readers from beginning to end.
Stacy Deanne is a definite force to be reckoned with.”
Stacy-Deanne (Dee-Anne) is a published novelist of crime fiction, mystery/suspense, and romantic suspense with interracial subplots. She started writing professionally in 1997 when she was nineteen years old. Stacy grew up loving the suspense genre. Her idols are Edgar Allan Poe and Alfred Hitchcock. Her love for Psycho and many of his movies fueled her fire for suspense.