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What really happened to Johanna Blackmoore seven years ago? Jolene Blackmoore has been asking that question about her mother’s mysterious death for a long time ... and now she’s determined to get an answer. Little does she know, her quest will change the course of her and her three sisters' lives forever. A magical locket, a long-estranged aunt that shows up out of the b What really happened to Johanna Blackmoore seven years ago? Jolene Blackmoore has been asking that question about her mother’s mysterious death for a long time ... and now she’s determined to get an answer. Little does she know, her quest will change the course of her and her three sisters' lives forever. A magical locket, a long-estranged aunt that shows up out of the blue, and a diabolical bad guy all play a part in pulling the girls into the heat of danger, and they are forced to put their newly-found paranormal skills to the test in a battle where losing could be deadly. Before it's all over, friends might turn out to be enemies, enemies might turn out to be friends and a long hidden secret about the girls' ancestry will come to light. Will they finally discover the shocking truth of what really happened to their mother?


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What really happened to Johanna Blackmoore seven years ago? Jolene Blackmoore has been asking that question about her mother’s mysterious death for a long time ... and now she’s determined to get an answer. Little does she know, her quest will change the course of her and her three sisters' lives forever. A magical locket, a long-estranged aunt that shows up out of the b What really happened to Johanna Blackmoore seven years ago? Jolene Blackmoore has been asking that question about her mother’s mysterious death for a long time ... and now she’s determined to get an answer. Little does she know, her quest will change the course of her and her three sisters' lives forever. A magical locket, a long-estranged aunt that shows up out of the blue, and a diabolical bad guy all play a part in pulling the girls into the heat of danger, and they are forced to put their newly-found paranormal skills to the test in a battle where losing could be deadly. Before it's all over, friends might turn out to be enemies, enemies might turn out to be friends and a long hidden secret about the girls' ancestry will come to light. Will they finally discover the shocking truth of what really happened to their mother?

30 review for Deadly Intentions

  1. 4 out of 5

    Djilan

    3,5 I really like Jolene. Stubborn :) So nice to read this from her pov. And this was a very different story from the previous ones. But I'm still not over it > sheriff and Belladonna?? What the.. So 3,5 and not 4. But if it gets explained in one of the next books I will probably go to the full 4 stars. 3,5 I really like Jolene. Stubborn :) So nice to read this from her pov. And this was a very different story from the previous ones. But I'm still not over it > sheriff and Belladonna?? What the.. So 3,5 and not 4. But if it gets explained in one of the next books I will probably go to the full 4 stars.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Thomas

    When Jolene Blackmoore decides she's had enough, and goes looking for answers to her moms mysterious death. The girls find themselves in more danger than they could have imagined. And also have a couple of family reunions in the process. Another fun story from Leighann Dobbs. I think this is probably the best one in the series, and not just because it's the latest one I read. When Jolene Blackmoore decides she's had enough, and goes looking for answers to her moms mysterious death. The girls find themselves in more danger than they could have imagined. And also have a couple of family reunions in the process. Another fun story from Leighann Dobbs. I think this is probably the best one in the series, and not just because it's the latest one I read.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Nola Arganbright

    Exciting and intense Each book of the series gets more and more intense. There are people intent on capturing the sisters paranormal gifts.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Trish

    This seems to be the start of a new "arc" in the Blackmoore series. This time around, it feels more urban fantasy conspiracy theory than cozy mystery treasure hunting, and we get to meet more of the paranormal forces - good and bad. It also ties up one or two of the remaining loose ends from the earlier books. It'll be interesting to see where it goes next. This seems to be the start of a new "arc" in the Blackmoore series. This time around, it feels more urban fantasy conspiracy theory than cozy mystery treasure hunting, and we get to meet more of the paranormal forces - good and bad. It also ties up one or two of the remaining loose ends from the earlier books. It'll be interesting to see where it goes next.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Ashley Brilinski

    Best one yet This is my favorite in this series by far, so much action & little, mysterious plot twists. Still a bit of mystery left for the last one though. Really hope we find out more about the cats though but I think I they are probably similar to the dragonfly.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Kymm

    The sisters are thrown into another mystery when their estranged Aunt Eliza comes to visit in Deadly Intentions, the 5th book in the Blackmoore Sisters mystery series by Leighann Dobbs. What they don't expect is answers to questions they've been asking for years. Jolene Blackmoore is curious about her mother's suspected suicide 7 years ago, but with no real leads her questions have never really been answered. She was young at the time and now wants to find out what really happened to the woman wh The sisters are thrown into another mystery when their estranged Aunt Eliza comes to visit in Deadly Intentions, the 5th book in the Blackmoore Sisters mystery series by Leighann Dobbs. What they don't expect is answers to questions they've been asking for years. Jolene Blackmoore is curious about her mother's suspected suicide 7 years ago, but with no real leads her questions have never really been answered. She was young at the time and now wants to find out what really happened to the woman who meant so much. When their Aunt Eliza shows up, out of the blue, they're all happy to see her, but when she starts acting suspiciously they wonder why she's really back in town. The sisters, along with the usual gang of friends and of course their "magical" abilities will discover what they were led to believe at the time of their mother's death is not at all what really happened. Between fighting off the bad guys, taking clues from their paranormal cat, Belladonna and all the help they get from Aunt Eliza they will be shocked at what they uncover! Their lives will be changed forever, this time in a good way, but it won't come easily and someone will have to die to save the rest! This has been such a great series, so far. I've been following it on audible and the narrator is great! The stories are well written and you can't beat Leighann Dobbs for wonderful characters, she's got a knack for penning the perfect people for her stories. I've been a fan for quite some time. The best part about these is the hint of "magic" the girls possess and how they're able to use it for good, and the cat Belladonna who always seems to know exactly where to look or what to look for when they're stumped. Then there's the mysterious Mateo who always shows up to help the girls, but no one knows who he works for or where he's from. Hmmm... another mystery for the girls to solve? I have a feeling I'm going to learn more about Mateo in books to come, which I'll definitely be reading! I say you should too! Happy Reading!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Mary Cokenour

    Only 3 stars for the novel, as I'm not really sure if I liked it for itself, or disliked it for the cheesy bits. An arch villain makes an appearance this time, and he even has henchmen. As I'm reading, all I can picture is Dr. Evil, from the Austin Powers movies, and wondering if a "mini-me" will show up as well. The sisters' powers have intensified to the point of the Hollywood effects on the original Charmed series, including balls of energy being thrown about. Eliza, Johanna's sister, shows up Only 3 stars for the novel, as I'm not really sure if I liked it for itself, or disliked it for the cheesy bits. An arch villain makes an appearance this time, and he even has henchmen. As I'm reading, all I can picture is Dr. Evil, from the Austin Powers movies, and wondering if a "mini-me" will show up as well. The sisters' powers have intensified to the point of the Hollywood effects on the original Charmed series, including balls of energy being thrown about. Eliza, Johanna's sister, shows up suddenly, and it takes a long while for the reader to find out if she is concerned for the welfare of the sisters, or part of another plot against them. Jolene is still doing investigating, but the supposed suicide of their mother, Johanna, is more on her mind then usual. Seems she hacked into the police office's records and found a photo showing man-sized prints at the cliff's edge, where Johanna had supposedly jumped from. No body was ever found, and former, and missing, Sheriff Overton, kept very shoddy records. This #5 of the series does have action packed moments, but I think I could have done without the cheese.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Susan

    I've enjoyed this series enough to actually pay extra for some of the books. This fifth book in the series was no exception. The girls are beginning to understand their paranormal powers, but haven't been working on honing them as much as they should. When their Aunt Eliza shows up, whom they haven't seen in years, mysterious things start happening - is Eliza really what she seems to be? Why did she leave town so many years ago and never came back until now? A strange old woman drops off an amul I've enjoyed this series enough to actually pay extra for some of the books. This fifth book in the series was no exception. The girls are beginning to understand their paranormal powers, but haven't been working on honing them as much as they should. When their Aunt Eliza shows up, whom they haven't seen in years, mysterious things start happening - is Eliza really what she seems to be? Why did she leave town so many years ago and never came back until now? A strange old woman drops off an amulet at their gem shop; an amulet that seems to enhance their paranormal energy. Meanwhile, Jolene is now partnering with Jake in his private detective business. She is working on a surveillance case and begins to wonder about her mother's death so many years ago - did Johanna really commit suicide, or was she pushed off the cliff? No body was ever found. The twists and turns keep coming, the girls fall in and out of danger, and the final solution is quite satisfying. Still seeing lots of typos - are these things created by using voice recognition? The one that made my hair stand up was "vile" for "vial" of potion. One or two other egregious ones, but not too bad for a self-published e-book.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Ashleigh Easton

    This was so much better! Honestly, when I started the series, I wasn't impressed with the cheesy writing, loose ends, and insta-love. But, as the books went on, loose ends were tied up, plots were trailed through and linked together, and the magic element was peeking out. But this one, the magic really came out. I had a great time with this book. I would still classify it as "cozy", but I am really happy with how much better the series has gotten through the first five books. I definitely plan o This was so much better! Honestly, when I started the series, I wasn't impressed with the cheesy writing, loose ends, and insta-love. But, as the books went on, loose ends were tied up, plots were trailed through and linked together, and the magic element was peeking out. But this one, the magic really came out. I had a great time with this book. I would still classify it as "cozy", but I am really happy with how much better the series has gotten through the first five books. I definitely plan on looking into more of the series.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Darla Taylor

    Jolene Blackmoore, the youngest of four sisters, has always questioned her mother's supposed suicide and is looking into the investigation which she finds lacking. In addition, it seems that the sisters are in danger due to their paranormal abilities as there's a man who wants to kidnap and use them for nefarious reasons. This was a quick read. I really enjoyed it and am looking forward to the next book in the series. Jolene Blackmoore, the youngest of four sisters, has always questioned her mother's supposed suicide and is looking into the investigation which she finds lacking. In addition, it seems that the sisters are in danger due to their paranormal abilities as there's a man who wants to kidnap and use them for nefarious reasons. This was a quick read. I really enjoyed it and am looking forward to the next book in the series.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Katy

    A bit problematic This one has a few logistical issues that prevent me from fully enjoying it. Spoiler warning now. One sister is not where she is expected.... given the presence of laptops presumably there are cell phones why would you not text or get Jake or Luke to trace it? Also, Maine to the Caribbean is not something you can do at the drop of a hat without a private plane and flight plans.... not to mention the better part of a day.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Marji Morris

    As Alice said, "Curiouser and curiouser." This is book 5 as a series. While each could be read as a stand alone, it's best to read the others before you read this one. If you're not a paranormal fan, skip this one, as the paranormal is almost a character in this book. The book tied up a few loose ends from previous books as we see the good guys battling the evil ones. Here we have a long lost aunt who shows up out of the blue and seems very mysterious. And Belladonna, it appears, isn't the only c As Alice said, "Curiouser and curiouser." This is book 5 as a series. While each could be read as a stand alone, it's best to read the others before you read this one. If you're not a paranormal fan, skip this one, as the paranormal is almost a character in this book. The book tied up a few loose ends from previous books as we see the good guys battling the evil ones. Here we have a long lost aunt who shows up out of the blue and seems very mysterious. And Belladonna, it appears, isn't the only cat with ice blue eyes on the the good guy team.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Avalon

    Deadly intentions Book 5 in the Blackmoore sisters series and another page turner. The characters are so familiar now they are like old friends and you find yourself giving them instructions as you read so they won't get caught. Really enjoying this light hearted series and looking forward to reading the next instalment Deadly intentions Book 5 in the Blackmoore sisters series and another page turner. The characters are so familiar now they are like old friends and you find yourself giving them instructions as you read so they won't get caught. Really enjoying this light hearted series and looking forward to reading the next instalment

  14. 5 out of 5

    Myra Ball

    Some questions answered in another great book These books finish up nicely with conclusions to plot. The underlying theme continues but each book reveals more about the overall series. Excellent writing and I especially enjoyed Deadly Intentions. This series has lots of adventure with a unique mystery.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Deanna Detloff

    Blackmore Sisters Another great read. I do like the way she writes, it’s not overly descriptive which is good. The mystery of their mother was solved & the sisters gifts are getting so much better. Looking forward to the next book in this series & also checking out some of her other series.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Bonnie Dale Keck

    Kindle Unlimited, Leighann Dobbs writes under Leighann Dobbs, Annie Dobbs and (soon) L.A. Dobbs but her real name {not sure if she writes under that one} is Lee Dobbins, Hazel Martin Mysteries only one I found for this type with her, she has not made sure that terms used match the British terms as well as in other areas for that period of architecture and assorted styles. The Notch Cozy Mystery Series {5 out as of this writing} and the Blackbore Sisters Cozy Mysteries are not on Kindle Unlimited Kindle Unlimited, Leighann Dobbs writes under Leighann Dobbs, Annie Dobbs and (soon) L.A. Dobbs but her real name {not sure if she writes under that one} is Lee Dobbins, Hazel Martin Mysteries only one I found for this type with her, she has not made sure that terms used match the British terms as well as in other areas for that period of architecture and assorted styles. The Notch Cozy Mystery Series {5 out as of this writing} and the Blackbore Sisters Cozy Mysteries are not on Kindle Unlimited which as said before about 1 & 7 {the only ones given free, sure would not have bought them} and ditto for Ghostly Paws which is 1 of 5 at this time but did get others free over time. While some of her other books are Kindle Unlimited none of the Blackmoore Sisters Cozy Mysteries are which doesn't matter to me as read #1 and #7 and was way underwhelmed. Leighann Dobbs writes under Leighann Dobbs, Annie Dobbs and (soon) L.A. Dobbs but her real name {not sure if she writes under that one} is Lee Dobbins, Hazel Martin Mysteries only one I found for this type with her, she has not made sure that terms used match the British terms as well as in other areas for that period of architecture and assorted styles. By the way, bakeries and other food service places don't run like that. Badly needs to proof things, it's messing up the flow of the book, which my computer reads to me, so that's bad. As for these, it's not that the situations couldn't happen, it's in the telling of the story, with unlikable unbelievable characters and situations, again. Yet another goodreads won't hide it don't want to see the badly proofed badly plotted poor excuse for bad soft core porn crap. The 'historical' ones are like that and so are the some of the non cozy mysteries and some of the sorta but not really mysteries because can't write, etc ad nauseum. The most any of them got was 2 changed to 1 for crap cozy, some get a 1 which means basically crappy soft porn 'romance' etc. 3 in Silver Hollow Paranormal Cozy Mystery Series so far which are on kindle unlimited, 3 in the Moosamuck Island Mysteries , 5 in the Mystic Notch Cozy Mysteries so far {not ku}, Blackmore Sisters has 7 {not ku}, Hazel Martin Mysteries only has 1 so far, Lexy Baker Cozy Mystery series 12 so far is on ku. Others.including Scandals and Spies Book series so far 4 which are basically romance soft core porn dreck but hey you can get them on ku. Witches of Hawthorne Grove 1 so far,Cevonne Bride of Oklahoma, Unexpected Series 4 so far ku. The Lexy Baker Cozy Mystery Series By the way, bakeries and other food service places don't run like that. Badly needs to proof things, it's messing up the flow of the book, which my computer reads to me, so that's bad. As for these, it's not that the situations couldn't happen, it's in the telling of the story, with unlikable unbelievable characters and situations, again. Copy/paste fill in the blank seems to be pretty much what she is doing in her books, which wouldn't be half as bad if the plots and ploys and actions were believable at all.Just change the name for a book and maybe change the series list under, and you are right back to copy paste same old same old. NOTE: I specifically mentioned certain of the 'books'/series were achieving soft core crap status, and specifically said which ones those were, reference AGAIN the above quoted review, and did not specifically mention the blackmore ones as that, BUT and had not mentioned that had went back and rated all no talent no plot cardboard charactered 'stories' listed above as 1 as well. I will change the original review to reflect that, but it is still a 1, and MY review of the crap stands.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Krystyna

    Did she jump or was she pushed? Wow! What really happened to their mother? Did she really commit suicide? The girls have to find out. Will it open their eyes to who is really friend? A great read and love the way the paranormal is used to enhance the plot. Great series.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Karin

    I had to find out what happened to their mother seven years ago, so I skipped from Book 1 to Book 5. I missed a lot in between and don’t recommend that you do that. I was sure that I had figured out who did it, but I was wrong!!! In spite of that I did enjoy it and recommend it.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Monica

    Lots of action and mysterious characters. The sisters' abilities develop even more and I like that their aunt came to help. Lots of surprises and we learn a lot of the family history. Love the characters. Lots of action and mysterious characters. The sisters' abilities develop even more and I like that their aunt came to help. Lots of surprises and we learn a lot of the family history. Love the characters.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Rhonda Jones

    Mystery and Suspense I needed to go to bed hours ago. But I could not make myself stop reading until I finished this book! Now I fear I will not be able to sleep because my heart is beating too fast. Wow.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Gina Bowman

    This book was really good. I'm not going to say much about the story except it ended with a very good outcome. This book was really good. I'm not going to say much about the story except it ended with a very good outcome.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Sandy Betley

    Cozy Lovers - don't miss this series! A fun read with great plot twists, and very likable, engaging characters. A must read with some mystical happenings stirred in! Cozy Lovers - don't miss this series! A fun read with great plot twists, and very likable, engaging characters. A must read with some mystical happenings stirred in!

  23. 4 out of 5

    Sharon Rockteschel

    Exciting Was surprised that Johanna was alive. Figured right away she did not commit suicide but shocked she was abducted and lived. Look forward to book 6.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Alyson Beard

    Love this series I love the characters and the story line of each book and the way there is a lead in to the next book at the end of every book keeps me wanting more.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Laurie

    This was pretty good, but the plot slogged along in spots.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Joanne

    Comic book I enjoyed the first 4 books but this one went a little to far and as one character even said like something out of a comic book. Hope the rest of the series improves.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Kathy

    Good quick reading paranormal cozy adventure. The only mystery is - is the spelling of the family name “Blackmore” or “Blackmoore”? This series should be read in order.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Bobbi

    Excellent story! I love the ending and that's all I'm going to say about that. Excellent story! I love the ending and that's all I'm going to say about that.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Donna B. Hanson

    Wonderful! I really love this series and this book is no exception. Characters likeable, warm strong and loyal. Plot flowed well and was engrossing. Satisfying conclusion.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Carmen Seiwell

    A nice light, fun read. Enjoying the series.

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