Publisher Description

Sink your teeth into the hot new werewolf paranormal romance from USA Today bestselling author, Steffanie Holmes!


It’s been five months since my boyfriend was tragically killed in a climbing accident. I didn’t think I was over him … until Luke walked on to the archaeological site. 

Tall, dark, sexy, tattooed, funny, dangerous. Everything I want in a man.

But he’s hiding something. He acts strangely in the moonlight. He won’t tell me anything about his life. And I caught him trying to destroy an important find. 

My body aches for him, but my heart tells me I’m not ready to make myself vulnerable again, especially not for a guy who isn’t being straight with me.

If only ...


Anna Sinclair – archaeologist, geek girl, totally and utterly delectable.

I knew from the moment her intoxicating scent wafted across my wolf senses, she's meant to be mine.

And that knowledge is terrifying.

The last thing I expected was to find my fated mate on an archaeological site. Whenever I’m near her, all I want to do is claim her.

But she’s broken. The last thing she needs in her life is a werewolf out for revenge. I’m here to destroy the site, to keep my family’s past buried forever. 

If Anna finds out the truth, she’d never speak to me again.

But I can’t deny the bond between us. I’ll do anything to make her mine.

Digging the Wolf is a standalone paranormal romance by USA Today bestselling author Steffanie Holmes. Read on if you love archaeological mysteries, badass wolves, a broken heroine, and a hero so hot he’ll have you howling for more.

October 21
Bacchanalia House

Customer Reviews

Belu93 ,

A little disappointed

The firsts chapters were promising but I lost it from the middle until the end.
*Too predictable*, and that’s coming from someone who has anxiety and loves predictability.
*Too cliché*, specially the end. *SPOILER* They say I Love You two days after meeting each other, he proposed the day after he said I Love You and in six months they’re married and expecting a child 🤦🏻‍♀️
I liked the concept of it, but it was a little rushed for my taste.

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