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    Wilderness Adventure

    Alone in the Wild is the 5th book in the Casey Duncan series. Casey and Eric are on a camping vacation when she hears the cry’s of a baby. What she finds is a woman’s body buried in the snow, the baby still alive. Casey is determined to find the parents but did they abandon there child to die. Eric is having a hard time dealing with the circumstances of how he came to be in Rockton. Casey is coming to terms with things in her life as well. Eric and Casey’s relationship is so strong and solid. There love story is the backbone of this whole series. I love this series it’s so different. Rockton is such a unique place with a lot of complex characters. I really like Tyrone Cypher the ex sheriff he’s gruff and like everyone here there is something dark in there past.This installment takes us more on the outskirts than in. Everyone is being close mouthed about the parents.. Another great adventure.
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    Hush Little Baby

    Rockton holds many secrets. Detective Casey Duncan and the Sheriff Eric Dalton make up the romantic couple that is brought to life by Armstrong. They also share being part of the law enforcement team. This is a series revolves around solving crime, secrets, and the survival in a Yukon community. The residents of Rockton along with the plot make this series shine. This story would be best enjoyed from the beginning so pick up the whole series to enjoy. " Copy of this book was provided by Minotaur Books via NetGalley with no requirement for a review. Comments here are my honest opinion."
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    Fantastic!

    This was fantastic! I have been a big fan of Kelley Armstrong's Rockton series for quite some time so I was pretty eager to get my grubby hands on this newest installment. I went into this book with extremely high expectations and I was not disappointed. This book grabbed my interest in the first few pages and never let go. I had an incredibly hard time setting the book down anytime life got in the way. I enjoyed every moment that I spent reading this book. This is the fifth book in the Rockton series which I think is best read in order. Casey and Eric want some time alone together so they take a quick camping trip. While Eric is off hunting, Casey hears a noise and discovers an infant in the arms of a dead woman buried in the snow. Casey needs to not only solve the murder of the dead woman but find out if someone is looking for the baby all while trying to care for the infant. This was a wonderful and complex mystery. There were so many pieces of the puzzle that needed to be found in order to really see the big picture. I liked getting the chance to go along with Eric and Casey as they visited some of the other groups that live near Rockton. There were a lot of twists and turns in this story and I was never quite sure what would happen next. At times, it almost felt like the more I learned the less I knew as a new piece of information would negate everything I thought I had figured out. The story was exciting and there were a few times that I was rather worried about how things might turn out. I love the fact that their dog, Storm, is a constant companion and a rather large part of the story who gets some excitement of her own. We also get the chance to learn a few things about some of the residents of Rockton and it was entertaining to see how a baby could shake things up. I would highly recommend this series to others. This is a very well done and original series with likable yet flawed characters. I cannot wait to read more of this wonderful series! I received a digital review copy of this book from St. Martin's Press - Minotaur Books via NetGalley.
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    Alone in the Wild

    I've been a Rockton fan since City of the Lost (book 1 of this series). Kelley Armstrong has outdone herself with Alone in the Wild (book 5). I devoured this book, unable to put it down. Can be a stand alone story, but I've enjoyed everyone of these books. I want to thank St. Martin's Press and Net Galley for an early copy to review.
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