Be Mine Forever by D.K Hood is the eleventh book in the Detectives Kane and Alton books.
A confession from the start of this blog. I’ve been on board with this series from very early on and have read all of the books in order. It’s not necessary to read all of them but I would suggest you read the first one or two before you read Be Mine Forever, as there is quite a back story involving the main characters that you might find a bit left out of if you dive straight into this one as your first.
And why would you want to miss out on the excellent earlier stories?
In this story the tightly knit team of law enforcers of Black Rock Falls are enjoying a cookout at Detective Jenna Altons house when a call comes in from a concerned father. His Cheerleader daughter has gone missing, along with her highly conspicuous car.
When the car is found, and there’s no sign of the missing girl the detectives start to worry that this is more than a father overreacting to his daughter staying out overnight
When it become obvious to Alton that not all is well at the girls home, the team begin to look at the familky demographics and the father doesn’t come out of it very well.
When a second Cheerleader goes missing the detectives start to realise that somebody wants to keep them quiet, but what about?
Then disaster for the team as one of them encounters the killer and the race is on for the rest of the team to find them before it’s too late.
The characters and the settings in this book are great, and the introduction of a new detective brings a new outlook to the team, or is he just too good to be true?
This is a great addition to a great series, and like the rest, it’s got me aching to see what happens next.
Publisher: Bookouture. Pages: 336. Available now