#BLOGTOUR | Deep Blue – Kristy McCaffrey @McCaffreyKristy @LoveBooksGroup #bookblogger #bookreview

Hi everyone!

Today is my stop on the blog tour for Deep Blue by Kristy McCaffrey. Thank you to Love Books Group for my stop on this tour! Check out my review and let me know what you think in the comments.

Don’t miss this first book in a suspenseful new series!!

In the deep blue ocean lives an ancient predator…

Dr. Grace Mann knows great white sharks. As the daughter of an obsessed shark researcher based at the Farallon Islands, Grace spent her childhood in the company of these elegant and massive creatures. When a photo of her freediving with a great white goes viral, the institute where she works seeks to capitalize on her new-found fame by producing a documentary about her work.

Underwater filmmaker Alec Galloway admires Dr. Mann and jumps at the opportunity to create a film showcasing the pretty biologist. As he heads to Guadalupe Island in Baja California Sur for a three-week expedition, it’s clear that his fan-boy crush on Grace is turning into something more serious. But even more pressing—Grace’s passionate focus on the sharks just might get her killed.

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Okay…okay…I said yes to reading Deep Blue solely because of the sharks on the cover. I might have an obsession with all things sharks, and as soon as I saw this book, I needed to read it. The good news is that the book turned out to be great! I had a ton of fun reading it.

It’s sexy and thrilling, and bonus points for the sharks. Deep Blue is a well-written, fast-paced romantic suspense. I love the research that was clearly done about sharks. There was a lot of facts here that made this feel authentic. I love when an author takes the time to get the information accurate rather than making everything up. Sometimes I want a little reality in my fiction, and Kristy McCaffrey succeeded in this!

I definitely recommend checking Deep Blue out. It’s the first in the series and I’m really looking forward to book 2!



Kristy McCaffrey has been writing since she was very young, but it wasn’t until she was a stay-at-home mom that she considered becoming published. A fascination with science led her to earn two mechanical engineering degrees—she did her undergraduate work at Arizona State University and her graduate studies at the University of Pittsburgh—but storytelling has always been her passion. She writes both contemporary tales and award-winning historical western romances.

With the release of Deep Blue, Kristy is launching The Pathway Series, a project she’s been developing for years. Each book will combine her love of animal conservation and environmental awareness, while also shining a light on unique and diverse locations around the world. Come along for high adventure with honorable heroes, determined heroines, and Kristy’s trademark mysticism.

An Arizona native, Kristy and her husband reside in the desert where they frequently remove (rescue) rattlesnakes from their property, go for runs among the cactus, and plan trips to far-off places like the Orkney Islands or Machu Picchu. But mostly, she works 12-hour days and enjoys at-home date nights with her sweetheart, which usually include Will Ferrell movies and sci-fi flicks. Her four children have nearly all flown the nest, and the family recently lost their cherished chocolate Labrador, Ranger, so these days a great deal of attention is lavished on Ranger’s sister, Lily, and the newest addition to the household—Marley, an older yellow Labrador they rescued in early 2018. Both dogs are frequently featured on Kristy’sInstagram account, so pop over to meet her canine family.

“When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched to everything else in the Universe.” – John Muir

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