Kidnapped in Paradise

Kidnapped in Paradise

by Deborah Brown

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Kidnapped in Paradise by Deborah Brown

In the Florida Keys, trouble is brewing along with the coffee. Friends Madison Westin and Fabiana Merceau search for the mastermind behind gruesome warnings showing up on their doorstep. Fab's infamous new partner and Madison's reappearing ex-husband complicate matters in this sexy and humorous action-adventure, the seventh installment of the Paradise series. Can they slip the bonds of protective custody and solve the mystery before they are Kidnapped in Paradise?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780990316657
Publisher: Paradise Books, LLC
Publication date: 04/16/2015
Pages: 384
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.79(d)

About the Author

Redhead. Long legs. There's nothing like a strawberry-lemonade in summer. Favorite activity: Filling my pockets with seashells. An avid rule follower when eating Animal Cookies: Broken ones get eaten first, match up the rest, duplicates next, line them up favorite to not, least favorite go first. South Florida is my home, with my ungrateful rescue cats, and where Mother Nature takes out her bad attitude in the form of hurricanes.

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Kidnapped in Paradise 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 20 reviews.
Silvie_MySillyLittleGang More than 1 year ago
I absolutely love Madison & Fab! Their friendship and their adventures. These two can't stay away from trouble and I love it! I love how there’s nothing that will keep these two down. Not even being kidnapped. I have read the previous books in this series and I love to see how the characters evolve. I also really like that in this story not only did I meet new characters but I got to know past characters a little more. This is a book with a steady pace & a puzzling mystery. This is another well written mystery adventure story by Deborah Brown and I can't wait for the next one! I did receive this product discounted or free of charge in exchange for a review, however all opinions are 100% honest based on my own experience.
bubbymama09 More than 1 year ago
I've read every book in the Paradise series thus far, but this one had me on the edge of my seat! Literally, on the edge of my seat, talking to the characters like they could hear me and gasping along the way. Let me tell you that the mess that Madison & Fab manage to get themselves in this time, is definitely a doozy. Something so complicated that it wreaks havoc on everyone's lives. Including Madison & Creole's relationship! (Enter cursing now.) I'm really not a romance reader at all, but I have been rooting for Madison & Creole every step of the way. And honestly, that's what keeps me coming back to the Paradise series. Of course all of the murders & whodunits get their fair share of credit too (& decapitations?!) But really, I want to see if wedding bells are in the future! Hint, hint... **I received a copy of this book for review purposes, all the opinions above are 100% my own.**
AMadisonMom More than 1 year ago
Another really fun read from Deborah Brown. I’ve read all 7 books in the series… and I continue to think that the story will get old. But, once again… the quick pace and the unbelievable characters don’t disappoint. I can’t get enough of the core group of people Madison has surrounded herself with. I can’t get over the uniqueness that each of them brings to the table. Deborah Brown’s novels really are a whirlwind of chaos. Each chapter moves the story all over the place. You have no way of knowing where each page is going to take you. Somehow… it all makes sense though. I love the effort Madison makes to follow Creole’s efforts at keeping her safe. I want so badly for Creole and Madison to make their relationship work. They’re really so great together… both alone and surrounded by family and friends. I look forward to seeing where they go from the last page in this story.
wifetoalineman02 More than 1 year ago
How far friendship can go especially in time of danger? If you have not read this series, you will miss a lot of things especially friendship the most. I enjoyed every time I spent reading about Madison, Fabiana, their lovers and their families. You will LOVED reading this series. It is a book about friendship, families and relationship. The best part of this book is hard to put it down. Crimes are a little scary in this book. It is heart thumping and nerve braking. Prepare to enjoy each chapters as you go along the story. I LOVED Madison and Creole so much. They have giggling moments in this story which tickles me. They are my two favorite characters. I hope to read more on these two love birds if there is another book from the series. I will miss reading them so much. I think Ms. Deborah Brown saved the best for last in this series. I LOVED this book so much.
Deal_Sharing_Aunt More than 1 year ago
I just finished reading "Kidnapped in Paradise" by Deborah Brown. Madison Westin and Fabiana Merceau have been getting really horrible things left at their house. This is the seventh book in the Paradise series by this really wonderful author. These are 2 old friends that have a great time and the reader has a fun time reading about it. I really enjoyed this book and it is a great summer read. I give this book a 4/5. I received this book for a review and all opinions are my own. - See more at: http://dealsharingaunt.blogspot.com/2015/08/kidnapped-in-paradise-by-deborah-brown.html#sthash.mK6jVqJN.dpuf
beckvalleybooks More than 1 year ago
Praise for Deborah Brown and her creation of Madison alongside her sidekick Fab in their wild carefree Florida Keys world.and the effect their actions have on their loved ones. Again the girls are caught up in owing IOUS and this takes us, the reader, on another roller coaster ride of murder, car repossessions, along with trying to clear her ex from a murder charge. We again meet the residents of Madison's condos, which she had inherited from her Aunty in book one, their eccentrics have got worse which adds more humour to the storyline. How the author has come up with yet another storyline which is fresh and original is remarkable. The author has created characters which now can be rated alongside Ian Rankin's Rebus, James Patterson's Alex Cross and M C Beaton's Agatha Raisin. A must read to be put on your reading list and in put your suitcase for your summer holidays.
libriamorimiei More than 1 year ago
4.5 stars Finally another fun and dangerous adventure for Madison and Fab, the private detectives with the greatest ability to get in trouble. Their boyfriends try to keep them out of trouble but with little success. In this episode reappears the former husband of Madison and brings with him many problems. It's fun to see the reaction of Creole in front of the possible rival. Even this book is compelling and engaging as the others, it is really hard to put it down. It's the seventh book in this series but you do not have to have read the others to enjoy this one. I can not wait to return soon to visit Paradise. I recommend it to those who love mystery funny, humorous with bizarre and wacky characters.
LadyStephM More than 1 year ago
If you think that you're going to be reading a typical suspense novel, you're in for a big surprise. You will be taken on a wild ride where you have to keep up with the energetic duo Madison and Fab. This is a whirlwind of twists and turns with a bunch of little stories that lead up the the making of one story. Not one story is left unfinished. The creativity and humorous mind of Deborah Brown is not to be missed.
A_Gluten_Free_Mom More than 1 year ago
Kidnapped in Paradise is Deborah Brown's latest installment in the Madison Weston saga. Per usual Madison is too trusting for her own good and winds up getting both Fab and her in heaps of trouble. I absolutely loved having a new Madison adventure to enjoy during my last few weeks of summer vacation. Both Fab and Madison have big, slightly scary boyfriends, but even that was not enough to keep the girls in check. I think I might just listen to an undercover Fed if he told me to stay put. But then again, my days are never as action packed as Madison's. Jax makes an unwelcome appearance again at Fab's house, and as usual trouble followed him around like a lapdog. I sometimes wonder how people manage to bring out the worst in others. Jax is one of those guys that manages to be that person for everyone he encounters. The smartest thing Madison ever did, in my opinion, was to divorce his sorry butt.
AngelaMc1 More than 1 year ago
I can't give enough praise to Deborah Brown for her great series. Trouble is always finding Fab and Madison. I really enjoy reading about their adventures and can't get enough. This is a series I hope never ends. This book will pull you in and not let you go. I finished it fast because I couldn't wait to see what happened next. Really great read! It gets harder to review this series because I can't say enough good things about it.
MyBookAddictionandMore More than 1 year ago
Another hit by this author. While this is the seventh in this series, it can read as a stand alone. Although, I would suggest reading the others in this series, for you enjoyment and to learn more of the main characters. I have enjoyed this series. The H/H are engaging, challenging and passionate. The premise of love is a plus and the element of danger is ever present. Well written with interesting characters and an element of mystery and danger. Paradise can be dangerous. A another enjoyable read by this author. Fans of Cozy Mystery will enjoy this read. *Received for an honest review from the publisher via Beck Valley* **Will be cross-posted on My Book Addiction and More ** RATING: 4 Heat rating: Sweet Reviewed by: AprilR, courtesy of My Book Addiction and More
BeccaW More than 1 year ago
The Paradise is one of my absolute favorites. I have every single book in paperback thanks to the lovely Deborah Brown. This latest one is number SEVEN and it is by far the one that had me gripping the edges of my seat the most. Madison and Fab are always getting themselves into some sort of mess and this time is no different. It’s actually even more of a whopper than before. This will make everyone’s lives different. If you have read all of the other books and are following my reviews, then you will be just as mad as me when Madison and Creole’s relationship is affected. Mad face would be here if I could make one! This series always has me coming back for more and more suspense, but I think if I were a character in the book my emotions would be more a wreck than theirs. This one is a big ball of “oh my!” and “no way!”. I wouldn’t have it any other way though. I absolutely love this series. With only seven books showing anywhere that I have looked and no leak of something being added to the series in the future, can I just insert here that I am devastated. I need more! I received this book to review through Beck Valley Books Book Tours, all the opinions above are 100% my own.
UrbanAnne More than 1 year ago
I have not read ANY of the other books in this series. This is book #7 in the Paradise Series. I was able to read Kidnaped in Paradise as a stand-alone book, although after finishing I really would like to go back and read the other ones to see what kind of trouble these characters have been getting into. I enjoyed reading what new things were coming Madison and Fab’s way as I turned the pages. An unexplainable event happens in which Madison and Fab have to figure out why it happened and who did it. Throughout the pages they encounter many people and situations. I hope you enjoy this book as much as I did.
dewer421 More than 1 year ago
I absolutely love the Paradise series, and Kidnapped in Paradise definitely didn't disappoint! Madison and Fab are at it again, and as always they can't stay out of trouble. In this book we were re-introduced to Madison's ex husband Jax (even though I'd be happy to not meet him again), and we spent a great deal more time with some of the peripheral characters. We saw a lot more of Phil and Spoon, and I like them so much better for the extra time that Mrs. Brown spent with them! I think it's hilarious that Fab decided that a lighthouse was the perfect office and had one delivered! This is so crazily Fab that no one else could pull it off. This time around Madison and Fab get dragged into a mystery because part of a dead body is left on their doorstep, and they have no choice but to try to figure out why (much to the chagrin of the men in their lives!) If you haven't read any of the Paradise series before I strongly recommend you try it. You'll definitely want to go back and read the rest of them! I received this book to review through Beck Valley Books Book Tours, all the opinions above are 100% my own.
grtlyblesd More than 1 year ago
I really enjoy Deborah's writing style, and it's been great to watch the characters develop through the series. We get to keep up with even peripheral characters like Brad, Julie and Liam, or like the couple that owns the local mortuary. Although some characters, like Jax, Madison's trouble-magnet ex-husband, we're not too happy to see again. The crazy capers that Madison and Fab get into make me laugh. Personally, I wouldn't think of a lighthouse being a portable object, but Fab manages to have one moved to use as her new office. This time around, things get hairy, as the girls manage to cross the wrong bad guys, and end up in some sticky situations, including being 8 miles from shore without a lot of resources.
LynchburgMama More than 1 year ago
I received this book to review through Beck Valley Books Book Tours, all the opinions below are 100% my own. I jumped into this series at 'Greed in Paradise' and after I finished, I was hooked! While each book can be read as a standalone, I am the type of reader who loves to read a series from start to finish! In 'Kidnapped in Paradise', Madison and Fab are back at it again - walking right into trouble. It's almost as if they are magnets for it and their boyfriends are not too keen on them diving into it over and over again. Once Madison's ex-husband shows up, a strange twist of events begins to happen - like a severed head showing up on her doorstep! With each book, I find myself more and more amused at how Madison and Fab get out of their predicaments but I have to admit, this one will keep you on your toes wondering if they'll get out this time around! Definitely ready for book eight!
BookMomto6 More than 1 year ago
Even though this is book seven in a series, it is the first of the series I read and moved along great as a stand alone read. I've always wanted to visit the Florida Keys so the setting of the book drew me in along with the witty and gorgeous - aren't all people in the Keys supposed to be gorgeous? - characters. I will say Brown kept me on my toes as I kept waiting for the kidnapped portion of the book - which I anticipated would be in the beginning and wasn't - to happen. I pick up books to escape from my life. This book was perfect to take me to a place I want to go but haven't and with characters I would not normally hang out with.
BookwormNM More than 1 year ago
I have read 5 of the 7 books in the Paradise series and they are hard to put down. There is never a dull moment with friends and colleagues Madison and Fabiana, and I love reading about their escapades, or more likely, how they get out of them. Kidnapped in Paradise is full of adventure, fun and suspense, and the series just keeps on getting better. This one left me with immediately wanting more, I hope they keep on coming. I love these great weekend treats! I received this book as part of the Beck Valley Book Tour for free for review purposes.
MikiHope More than 1 year ago
Madison and Fab get into lots of trouble in this one--and their macho boyfriends are not amused--actually none of the males they know are amused in the least and they all get involved in this one. But Fab and Madison are a team and they somehow manage to not get killed!! It all started when Madison's ex husband shows up--then a head without a body appears on her doorstep......now you really don't think these two would just sit back allow the guys to figure this out do you? Of course more then this is going on--lots more!! What a fun read!! I loved it!!
JAB4422 More than 1 year ago
This story is about Madison Westin and Fabiana Merceau who are friends that are trying to figure out who is leaving bodies or body parts on their doorstep. Creole and Didier, Madison and Fab's boyfriends, insist that the girls go to a safe house. The girls finally agree but escape then are kidnapped. Another complication happens when Madison's ex comes to town wanting a place to stay while he conducts business.  These women are so much fun! They can't stay out of trouble. They are doing retrievals for Brick and have help from so many people along the way that I don't know how they can keep everything straight. Fab's boyfriend is a model and Maddie's boyfriend is an undercover cop who both think they know what the girls are doing but rarely do. Even though this is the first book I have read in this series it didn't matter that I missed the previous books because I could understand everything just fine. The action in this book is fast paced and hilarious. Maddie and Fab are always scheming and somehow come out on top and alive! I won this book in a giveaway.