From Barcelona, with Love

From Barcelona, with Love

by Elizabeth Adler
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From Barcelona, with Love 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
bongie More than 1 year ago
Interesting but the characters get confusing and sometimes it is best to go back and reread to find out who they are. All in all a fast and fun read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
My first book by Elizabeth Adler and I read it in a day. Enjoyed the plot and the characters.
MOONSHADOW67 More than 1 year ago
If you like a good love story as well as a good mystery Elizabeth Adler, knows how to mix the two together.I could not put the book down.
GsMomma More than 1 year ago
I love Ms. Adler's books. This was a great book as well.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Pop singer Bibi Fortunata faces charges of murdering her lover and his mistress. However, a jury in Los Angeles acquits her of both murders. She sends her nine years old daughter Paloma Ravel to live with relatives in Spain before coming over to join them. Bibi never makes it to her family as she vanishes. At the beach just outside his home in Malibu, TV private eye Mac Reilly and his dog Pirate save Paloma from drowning. The child explains to Mac and his lover Sunny Alvarez the cook that she was looking for him because she wants him to find her missing mother Bibi. Paloma's step-grandmother Lorenza worries about the child; the kid's avaricious stepfather wants control of Paloma's money. She calls her former lover Mac who travels to Barcelona to search for Bibi. Sunny follows him to Europe. This is an enjoyable Reilly-Alvarez investigation as the California pair takes Barcelona by storm. The breezy story line is fast-paced with terrific settings and a strong support cast although the missing person's case is thin. Series fans will appreciate the Malibu mates return to Europe (see It All Began in Monte Carlo and There's Something about St. Tropez). Harriet Klausner
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The style of the book was off. Very jumpy. A lot of elements added just because it seemed. I liked that there was a mystery of where Bibi went but then it just dragged on with all the old and new love elements. I didn't read the first books in the Mac Reilly series. Probably won't and unless this author is picked by my bookclub again I won't be reading her other novels.