Friday, January 20, 2017

Review:Hurricane in Paradise by Deborah Brown

Title: Hurricane in Paradise
Author: Deborah Brown
Source: Amazon


Set against the steamy backdrop of Tarpon Cove's sun-kissed, tropical waters, sexy sleuths and best friends Madison and Fab are at it again dealing with the occasional dead body. Hidden just below the surface of the small town lies an underworld, one steeped in deceit, corruption, and deadly secrets. 

It's only a matter of time before Madison and Fab find themselves on a collision course with the police, who consider them likely suspects in a murder.Ride along on their adventures when the duo realizes that a family member is missing and pull themselves away from all jobs to track him down. Theories: walked away, freak accident, kidnapped? If so, then why no ransom demand?

Hurricane in Paradise is book ten in the thrilling and humorous provocative Paradise series, which finds the two waist-deep in mystery and romance. It is a smart, adventurous read that delivers heart-thumping, non-stop action. Join Madison and Fab as they solve the most twisted of cases, through unconventional - and highly entertaining - measures... sometimes in flip-flops.


As always this series is one of my fav's and it certainly didn't change with book ten. I love these characters and I am anxiously awaiting the day when we get to see Madison walk down the isle with her man. PLEASE be book 11!!!

The story this time around I felt took a different twist because it seemed like the drama was more personal. However it can be argued that it is always personal with Madison.

I loved this ending most of all I think. And after 10 books some author's need to retire the series ... with Deborah Brown that is the exact opposite of what needs to happen. She needs to write us MORE Paradise books!

5 Stars as always for Hurricane in Paradise. By Deborah Brown

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