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  • Addicted, Treat yourself, Awesome read

    Addicted! Addicted to this series. Treat yourself! Buy the book, or go to your library. Creepy,. psychotic and they are teenagers! I kept waffling on the killers which is an added bonus for me! I love a book that has me second guessing and making sure my toes don't peak put from the blanket! Twists and sub plots in this one, I was so glad when justice prevailed on one! Heart wrenching moments through out. A book that also ties me to its characters, makes me care, makes me feel at home, no.no.no I do not have any tendencies, but I have watched Jenna and Dave develop, come to love Wolfe and his children. Rowley a married man and soon to be a dad. Savoring over some of Nans food. Getting to know Jo and Caleb our pop in FBI team and now we have another new character, Rio. I cannot wait for book 12, see how everyone continues to grown and change. Thank you DK Hood, Bookouture and Net Galley for the arc and the fantastic read. All thoughts and opinions are my own which I freely share.

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  • Cheerleaders in peril😟

    Five cheers for Alton and Kane🎉🎊 4.5🌟 stars Great ominous setting in the rural woodlands of Montana, great crew of police and FBI agents all headed by Sheriff Jenna Alton and deadly Dave Kane. The main thriller tension in this murder spree mystery is in finding out when the abundance of clues reaches the tipping point to stop a chain of cheerleader murders. There are clues from the outset as to the general age, identity and probable motivation of the perpetrator but the cold ruthlessness of the killer and sidekick as they plan one gruesome murder after another: wow! The author has maintained a good balance of Jenna and Dave's personal lives in relation to their professional teamwork. Danger and injuries may hit close to home for the team but their dogged determination to nab their man (or woman!) keeps a quick pace and the climactic action sequence is a real nail-biter. I like that in Hood's series the good guys all work well together as a team: no backbiting or professional jealousy here, thank you very much. Despite their backwoods location Alton and Kane have access to all of the latest medical techniques, plus helicopters and seemingly unlimited access to extra personnel. If anything, this abundance of technical knowledge and glut of resources may be the one point I find too perfect and unrealistic but it does make for a thorough investigation. This is the fifth book I've read in the Alton and Kane series and I have to admit I am, at this point, always looking for the next! Thanks to publishers Bookouture and NetGalley for providing a complementary advance copy of the book; this is my voluntary and honest review.

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  • Good plot

    3.5 stars Be Mine Forever by D.K. Hood is the 11th in the Detectives Kane and Alton series. Series Background:   (Warning – May contain spoilers from previous books) Former DEA, Jenna Alton is now the Sheriff in Black Rock Falls, Montana.  Her past is a secret.  Deputy David Kane's background is also a secret.  He was a Special Forces sharpshooter, and a bodyguard to the President.  Then there is Forensic Scientist Shane Wolfe, who is not only a Medical Examiner with amazing computer skills, he used to be Kane’s handler. So, with a few other deputies, Jenna has a good team to handle crime in the small Black Rock Falls town, which seems to have more murders than a small town should. My Synopsis:   (No major reveals, but if concerned, skip to My Opinions) When Laurie Turner goes missing after cheerleader practice, Jenna pulls out all the stops to find her, but when they find her truck abandoned in the school parking lot and evidence of a smashed cellphone, they fear the worst.  They are right, as her body is soon discovered in an old mine shaft. Laurie won't be the only cheerleader to go missing.  Jenna and Dave start to think that they are being targeted by a pair of ruthless killers.  They are also considering the possibility that the perpetrators may be fellow students.  Teenagers. There are surprisingly more suspects than Jenna thought possible. My Opinions:   Usually, the books in this series are a very fast read.  This one seemed much longer, but that could have been my exasperation with the characters. I still have a problem with the dynamics between Jenna and her male deputies (Kane in particular).  I thought the author was getting away from the over-protective male dominance of her characters, but in this book, it was right in your face.  Jenna shouldn't have to constantly prove herself in every book.  This is getting really annoying. With reference to the other characters, I still don't like Carter, and although it's nice to have the FBI drop in occasionally when needed, I hope they aren't an every book occurrence.  The whole idea of the books was a small-town sheriff battling crime.   I also find that Emily is becoming more annoying.  I do like Rowley and his wife, but I'm not a fan of the new Rio. I probably wouldn't continue to read this series due to my dislike of the characters, but the plots are always good!  Really good!  As always, there was a lot of action, and a number of suspects to keep me interested. So bottom line, I'm in it for the story.  I will definitely be reading the next one!

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  • Enjoyable Story

    The Fall Parade is approaching but the quiet of Black Rock Falls is about to be disturbed with a death of one of the cheerleaders. Alton and her team will need to discover a motive, but can they in time to prevent any more deaths. Another entertaining serial killer mystery in this enjoyable and well-written series with its likeable characters. The story can easily be read as a standalone one.

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  • Gripping

    Another gripping page turner in the series, tried to make it last a bit longer and I failed. Roll on the next installment.

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