Monday, January 15, 2018

Ambushed In Paradise-by Deborah Brown-A Beck Valley Tour-Book Review

Ambushed in Paradise (Florida Keys Mystery Series Book 12) by [Brown, Deborah]

About the book 
The Keys is a great place to hide a seashell bucket full of secrets.

Creole…shot…dead. Three words Madison Westin never thought she’d hear in the same sentence. Creole promised. He pinky swore on it.

But even through a blur of tears fed by prescription-strength margaritas, Madison can tell when things are shady. Sure, Creole was undercover, but she deserves more than sketchy non-answers, an urn of ashes, and a secret life crawling out of the woodwork.

Nothing’s adding up, nothing that remotely sounds like the Creole she knew and loved. Calling in every one of her IOU’s—only to find some of her most reliable information sources drying up—Madison sets out to dig up what really happened to Creole. She never thought the truth would wrap its arms around her and make her wonder if she’s chasing a ghost… or taking a vacation from sanity.

Ambushed in Paradise is book #12 in the action-packed Paradise series. Come along with Madison and Fab as they dig up the truth and share more than one hair raising adventure. 

And I thought
How can you jump in at book 12 and have any idea of what is going on?
Debora Brown expertly showed me how!  

From page 1 I was hooked.  I could not put this book down.  
I was gasping and I didn't even really know who Creole was but I was just takin' with this book.   

I had no problem getting into the story even though I had not read any of the preceding books.  

Ambushed In Paradise was a true 5 star read for me.  I think that Deborah Brown is quickly becoming my favorite author at least when it comes to Florida Keys Mystery's.

This reader was taken on a fast ride filled with suspense, comedy and a little romance. 

There are a lot of sub characters in this book.  Since Madison 
is the owner of a group of rental cottages there are quite a few quirky characters hanging around.  

And since she helps her best friend Fab with her P.I. business there is no shortage of clients and criminals to keep track of. 

Not to mention Madison's family who is just as quirky as everyone else!

Madison's best friend Fab and her boyfriend Didier are charming.  He's delightful speaking french. 

Fab is just a hoot that knows how to drive fast and shoot a gun when needed.  

I enjoyed this book so much that I am looking forward to back tracking to the beginning.   

If your a fan of a good clean cozy this entire series is for you. 

There is no language and no bedroom scenes.  

I received a complimentary copy.  
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1 comment:

  1. This sounds like a book I would enjoy reading. Have a blessed day and wonderful week. Madeline