Yukon Justice is part of a continuity series titled Alaska K-9 Unit. This book is one of the later stories in the series and there are definitely ongoing investigations mentioned from the earlier books, including the main investigation in this novel. I have not read any of the other books in the series, so it took a moment to make sure I understood a little bit about the other investigations. The author did a good job of providing the information I needed. Then, I was able to dive into the story and I thoroughly enjoyed it.
This villain was vicious and he was very wily. He was adept at evading the law enforcement officers and he was out to cause as much pain and suffering as he could to those he felt had wronged him. It made for a very exciting story.
I liked the tension between the two main characters. They had a rocky working relationship and that definitely added some friction to the story as Brayden was tasked with keeping Katie safe. It was fun to see their perceptions of each other change as they spent time together and began to have feelings for each other.
I received a complimentary copy of this book. All opinions are my own.
ABOUT THE BOOK
Sabotage on a family ranch…
this K-9’s on the case.
When her estranged uncle attempts to sabotage her family’s reindeer ranch, K-9 team assistant Katie Kapowski heads home to help save it—and becomes his target. With their rocky past, Alaska State Trooper Brayden Ford and his furry partner are the last team Katie wants assigned to protect her. But with the ranch under siege, they must work together…or risk falling victim to a killer.
From Love Inspired Suspense: Courage. Danger. Faith.
Alaska K-9 Unit
Book 1: Alaskan Rescue by Terri Reed
Book 2: Wilderness Defender by Maggie K. Black
Book 3: Undercover Mission by Sharon Dunn
Book 4: Tracking Stolen Secrets by Laura Scott
Book 5: Deadly Cargo by Jodie Bailey
Book 6: Arctic Witness by Heather Woodhaven
Book 7: Yukon Justice by Dana Mentink
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Dana Mentink lives in California where the weather is golden and the cheese is divine. Her family includes two little girls (affectionately nicknamed Yogi and Boo Boo.) Papa Bear works for the fire department and he met Dana doing a dinner theater production of The Velveteen Rabbit. Ironically, their parts were husband and wife.
Dana is an American Christian Fiction Writers Book of the Year finalist for romantic suspense and an award winner in the Pacific Northwest Writers Literary Contest. Her suspense novel, Betrayal in the Badlands, earned a Romantic Times Reviewer’s Choice Award. Besides writing, she busies herself teaching third and fourth grade. Mostly, she loves to be home with Papa Bear, Yogi, Boo Boo, a dog with social anxiety problems, a chubby box turtle and a feisty parakeet.