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Indigo Ridge

(The Edens #1)

4.46  ·  Rating details ·  2,431 ratings  ·  466 reviews
From USA Today Bestselling Author Devney Perry comes a small town, enemies-to-lovers contemporary romance.

Winslow Covington believes in life, liberty and the letter of the law. As Quincy, Montana’s new chief of police, she’s determined to prove herself to the community and show them she didn’t earn her position because her grandfather is the mayor.

According to her pops, a
Kindle Edition, 324 pages
Published October 26th 2021 by Devney Perry LLC
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❥ KAT ❥ Kitty Kats Crazy About Books
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📚'INDIGO RIDGE' 📚 is the first full length small town romance book in the series 'The Edens', by Devney Perry. Spoken in 'Dual Perspectives.'

Come on GR's sort this image upload problem out already, it's been 2x weeks now!!

Devney Perry has done it again!! A slow burn which got its hooks into me and didn't let go until that very last page was inhaled. After the 'Gypsy kings' finished I was anticipating another series by this author to fall in love with and she delivered exactly that.

Lana ❇✾DG Romance❇✾
Griffin Eden was tantalizing. Magnetic. Rugged and bold. And naked in my bed.

Devney Perry books are my happy place. There's just something about them that always feel like a warm blanket on a cold day. Comforting and satisfying. When I need a hit of small town romance with all of the feels and a splash of spice, she's my go to. So I'm so excited to have this new series from her and if book one is anything to go by, we're in for a real treat.

This series introduces the Eden fa
What a heck of a kickstart to this series! Once I started reading, I couldn’t stop! Winslow and Griffin were everything hot and steamy, angsty and suspenseful! I didn’t want their story to end!

May be an image of nature and body of water

Winslow was the type of heroine I enjoy. Tough when needed but not so hard core I couldn’t relate to her. She was carrying emotional scars that were, literally, a nightmare. My heart was broken by her struggle but once I learned the full story, I was horrified as well.


Griffin was such a steamy, dreamy her
3 Stars

Overall Opinion: I can’t complain too much because this had the opposite of what I normally gripe about in romantic suspense books — it was more romance and a side suspense element. I just didn’t feel like the suspense/mystery was all that thought out. There wasn’t the foreshadowing that you typically get and the murderer just came out of nowhere with a weird motive. I know I really shouldn’t complain, because I appreciated that it focused on the couple more. However, even the romance di
Alba and Her Secrets..♥
4.5 'So fucking in it' Stars!
ARC provided via Valentine PR in exchange for an honest review.

I am sure I have said this many times but every series I’ve read from Devney Perry starts with a bang and The Edens is no exception! Just last week I read the prequel novella and fell in love with this family, so I am not surprised at all that I have devoured the first book in the series. What’s not to love about a small town, enemies-to-lovers romance, am I right? All that mixed with a whole lot of fami
Oct 12, 2021 rated it it was amazing
“One morning spent in a rocking chair, and the world had shifted. Like going for a ride and veering off the main path to get a look from a different angle, and then discovering that the trail you’d been on was lacking in every way imaginable.”

“…Sank in with her. Deeper and deeper. She pulled. I followed.”

“I don’t think I could quit you if I tried.”

I loved, loved, loved this book!! What an amazing start to the Edens Series! Winslow and Griffin had me hooked from page one and left me hanging on ea
The Romantic Rush Blog
Oct 16, 2021 rated it really liked it
Devney Perry never fails to grab me by the heart. What a perfectly enchanting start to the new Edens series- one that I’m pretty sure is going to quickly become my favorite Devney Perry series. I could not put this story down- I was simply consumed by the breathtaking chemistry and the riveting mystery that Devney so expertly unfolds. Set in a picturesque, vividly created small Montana town, Indigo Ridge creates a brilliant world full of charming characters for us to fall for and embroils us the ...more
Shabby  -BookBistroBlog
Oct 11, 2021 rated it it was amazing
Scintillating. Ravishing. Spine-chilling, If you like swoon-worthy swagtastic heroes, off the charts chemistry, with sizzling romance and a huge dollop of thrilling Mystery thrown in, Indigo Ridgeis the place to start.
I DEVOURED this book ignoring rest of the world, ignoring my son who was visiting for mere hours, well into the night till I started seeing double. Then wanting to lick the crumbs clean off my plate, I downloaded a bonus epilogue and slurped it in one hefty gulp too.
Indigo Ridge is
Anne's Corner Book Blog (AC)
Sep 05, 2021 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: 2021

HOLY MOLLY! Another winner, winner, chicken dinner for this author! Indigo Ridge is book 1 of the new Edens series and WHOA what a great start! The title of the book threw me off a little bit but this is a classic small town, enemies-to-lovers, contemporary romance with mystery, suspense and one heck of a twist.

Quincy is a small town where everyone knows everyone’s business. Lots of history, tradition, and the true natives rule. Winslow scored a job as a police chief but she has a lot to prove.
VB Book Reviews
4.5 STARS!

"What are you doing? she whispered.
"I have no fucking clue." Then my lips were on hers.


Ok, first things first, if you weren't picturing Rip Wheeler from Yellowstone the whole time you were reading this book, like, who even are you?! I feel like this was 5-star Rip fan porn!

Second, ladies and gentlemen, I stand corrected! It was a while ago, but last time I read this author, it was her book The Outpost and I was not a fan. It felt WAY too KA-wannabe-ish to me, BUT I di
Nov 28, 2021 rated it really liked it
Ahhhh! This was such a good small town romance! It had tension and mystery and steam. I LOVE Griffin. He was the protective, sexy cowboy. Winslow was a great main character. Bad ass, has a black belt, and is the new Chief of Police. This book has just enough mystery to always keep it interesting. The only thing i wished for were less fade to black style scenes lol but! That’s a me preference. Overall i loved this book and can’t wait to read about the next Eden family member in book 2!
Nov 02, 2021 rated it it was amazing


Devney Perry kicked off the new standalone series with a bang. I loved this new town, the families, and this suspenseful storyline.

Griff is a rancher who is from a prominent family, the Edens. A permanent bachelor with no plans to ever settle down, but then he meets Winslow. I really loved Griff, with his gruff nature. Devney humanized him with his siblings with his family, particularly his siblings, and how he comes to care and love for Winslow.

I enjoyed
Nov 02, 2021 rated it it was ok
Oct 22, 2021 rated it it was amazing
4.5 stars!

A gorgeous story of unexpected romance, with a suspenseful twist, this is the first book in Devney’s Perry’s new series, The Edens, and it’s a fantastic beginning to what I’m sure will be another favourite. I loved this one!

The Edens focusses on the Eden family, descendants of the founders of Quincy, a small country town in Montana. This is the story of rancher, Griffin, the eldest of the six Eden siblings (secretly squeeing that we’ll probably get a book for each of them), and a man d
Jenny - TotallybookedBlog
Oct 28, 2021 rated it really liked it

4.5 Stars

‘I’d moved here to heal. To build a new life. To repair the heartache…’
‘Griffin Eden was tantalizing. Magnetic. Rugged and bold. And naked in my bed.’

We pretty much always know what we’re going to get with Devney Perry and once again we were not disappointed! Indigo Ridge was fabulous! It had us hooked from the get-go with its great storyline, engaging characters, and that swoony chemistry leading to a tantalising slow burn romance. We loved the mystery and drama. The thrilling undercur
Diana~ (Kiss Me Books)
You know that feeling you get when you're reading a good book and you know it's going to be incredible? Indigo Ridge by Devney Perry is all of that and more. It is part of The Edens series and I absolutely can't wait to read more about this precious and adorable family. Griffin Eden and Winslow Covington's attraction to each other was immediate and inevitable. These two burned up the pages since their first meeting and their chemistry and banter had me smiling the entire time. I loved these ...more
Crystal Cook
Oct 29, 2021 rated it liked it
Shelves: read-in-2021
The balance in this was off. Not enough romance, the suspense was good, obvious villain, kind of a flat ending.

This had really great potential but couldn't keep all the moving parts satisfyingly moving for me.
Gitte TotallyBookedBlog
Oct 26, 2021 rated it really liked it
Shelves: 2021


4.5 Stars

‘I’d moved here to heal. To build a new life. To repair the heartache…’
‘Griffin Eden was tantalizing. Magnetic. Rugged and bold. And naked in my bed.’

We pretty much always know what we’re going to get with Devney Perry and once again we were not disappointed! Indigo Ridge was fabulous! It had us hooked from the get-go with its great storyline, engaging characters, and that swoony chemistry leading to a tantalising slow burn romance. We loved the mystery and drama. The thrilling undercu
NiCoLeTa E. {Addicted To Books}
***5 "Serendipity!!!" stars***


"Sometimes it wasn't about choosing right from wrong. It was choosing the right wrongs."

What an outstanding and atmospheric story was that!!!
I fell so in love with this story and its characters!!!
It had it all...
A slow burn romance, a small town gossip mill, suspensful moments and in the midst of the chaos were standing two beautiful souls with a bunch of intriguing Edens all around them to make things even more interesting!!!

"My great-great
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4.5 stars

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New release from one of my favourite small town romance author. A brand new series set again in beautiful Montana.
I binged this book in one sitting and I loved it.

Winn is the new chief if police in Quincy, Montana, her first night there she has a ONS with what she thought was just a tourist, but who actually a local.Griffin Eden has his roots deep in Quincy, his family owns many establishments in the area, Griff himself runs one of the biggest ra
Beyond 5 Winslow and Griffin Stars

Devney Perry is one of my favourite authors. She writes beautifully and creates communities in her books that I just want to up sticks and go and live in, so I was really excited to start her new series, The Edens, and she did not disappoint.

Winslow Covington (30) , is the new Chief of Police in town and she is also the niece of the Mayor. She is a fabulous heroine striking the perfect balance between driven, determined, accomplished , kind & compassionate. She
Nadene  (Totally Addicted to Reading)
I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.📚Indigo Ridge, the newest offering by Devney Perry, is the first book in the Eden series. Set in Quincy. Montana, 📚Indigo Ridge delivered a slow burn romance sprinkled a dash of suspense which will keep you turning the pages to the very end.

I am fairly new to the author’s work. The few books of hers I read, I enjoyed and 📚Indigo Ridge is no different. I absolute
Oct 24, 2021 rated it it was amazing
I received an eARC of this book in exchange for an honest review

My Rating: 5 Stars

Damn, I love the way that Devney Perry writes love stories. She somehow manages to make each and every one of her characters relatable and instantly likable. The moment I pick up any of her books I find myself instantly invested, and can’t put the book down for anything. I honestly don’t think I’ve ever read a Devney Perry book that took me longer than 12 hours to devour. I started Indigo Ridge at 2am last night, m
Flavs is Mrs David Gandy♥~♥’
Oh man, I know this is going to be another series that I just cant get enough of 😊 The first book… Amazing 😊
I loved Winslow and Griffin. Winslow was an awesome bad ass Chief of Police and Griffin, can you say HOT COWBOY!!! 😊

Winslow lost her parents and she decided to move to be closer to her Pops. But also because she is the new Chief of Police for Quincy, Montana. On her first night there, she goes to the local bar and meets Griffin. And lets just say, she had a ‘Welcome to Quincy’ night of her

The first half of the book.
Winslow the zeroine appears like a pathetic woman who constantly thinks in her head how hot the hero is.
Can I for once have a heroine who doesn't swim in her drool whenever she's thinking of the hero? Is it too much to ask?

Griffin - the isn't any better, he was rude to her just because they had ONS and now she's the new chief of police. He's a certificated whore, who doesn't do relationship and only f*cks tourists because "tourists didn't ask for commitment"
the romance part was so so..
mystery okay..
overall, I'm not mad about it and I want to read more books in this series..
Oct 26, 2021 rated it it was amazing
This story was just small town perfection!

“Sleeping with him was undoubtedly a stupid decision. An addicting, toe-curling, stupid decision. Self-control was typically my specialty, but when it came to him, the rules didn’t seem to apply.”

This story was just small town perfection! The mystery, the intrigue, the small town drama and the HOT sexual chemistry, this book captivated my attention from the prologue and didn’t let go. Believe me, you need Winn and Griffin’s banter in your life!

I mean wha
Gretchen  (About That Story)
Indigo Ridge was simply phenomenal! I loved the engaging and intriguing characters, the sexual tension and heat, and the seriously fantastic suspense element that had me on the edge of my seat. This was a stellar introduction to a new series! I'm pretty sure this is my favorite Devney Perry book. I know I say that with every book of hers I read because I love them all but this one was on a whole other level for me.

Winn and Griffin were everything! I loved the instant connection they had. Griffin
Listen ok? When you mix a good mystery with some incredible romance? You get one happy chick. I freaking loved Griffin and Winslow, individually and together. Winslow was a strong female character who showed her emotions and is bad ass at what she does. Griffin? Griffin is one hot piece of male character if I ever knew one. These two exploded. I loved every aspect of this book, the build up, the mystery, the ending. This was my first DP book and it won’t be my last. Definitely grab this one.
Indigo Ridge is the start of a new series and I am here for all of it!

Quincy is a small town in Montana that has a new chief in town, Winslow. She has spent time there as a child but still considered an outsider. Griffin Eden and his family own half the town and when he and Winslow have a chance meeting that goes from one night to something they can't stay away from he finds all his rules being thrown out the window. Small town mysteries are the best; even when everyone is in all the business yo
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Devney is a USA Today bestselling author who lives in Washington with her husband and two sons. Born and raised in Montana, she loves writing books set in her treasured home state. After working in the technology industry for nearly a decade, she abandoned conference calls and project schedules to enjoy a slower pace at home with her family. Writing one book, let alone many, was not something she ...more

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“An inch, maybe two, separated our bodies. That tiny gap crackled, the electricity between us just as strong as it had been at Willie’s. She was more beautiful than I’d realized sitting in that dark, musty bar.
Winn’s blue eyes broke from mine, and the moment her gaze dropped to my mouth, I was done for.
I leaned closer.
“What are you doing?” she whispered.
“I have no fucking clue.” Then my lips were on hers.”
“Why’d you kiss me at your house?”
“Why’d you kiss me back?”
The corner of her mouth turned up. “Who are the condoms for?”
“You.” There was no point in lying. She was stuck in my head.”
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