In the Florida Keys, you have to take the shady with the sunny. And Tarpon Cove has more than fifty shades of shady going on.
Shady No. 1: When Brad is caught with the dead body of his crazy ex-girlfriend—a body he swears was planted—the Westin family gathers to plan a strategy. That family now including Fab, Didier, and Creole by default.
Shady No. 2: Fab is having a hard time keeping her promise to go legit. It’s not her fault she tends to attract clients who want their problems solved without getting the cops involved. Trying to keep her reined in is a full-time job, and a thankless one, since Madison keeps getting roped in on “easy” jobs that wind up getting the kind of messy that require specialized cleanup.
Shady No. 3: Ferreting out the info needed to save Brad means using sources so deep in the friend-of-a-friend network they’re anonymous.
The only thing not shady is Creole’s love. Madison’s kept her promise never to lie to him. Mostly. But when the killer wafts like smoke through the cracks in the investigation, it reminds her she should’ve eaten dessert first more often.
The Paradise series, are Florida Keys mysteries, “great as stand-alone reads, but they’re like chips…you won’t be able to devour just one!”
“South Florida author Deborah Brown books are infectious.”
Read an excerpt HERE
I’ve been writing, in one way or another for as long as I can remember; poetry, sappy short stories (my best friend made me swear that I’d never show anyone until I changed the names), and a romance novel shoved under my bed.
I wanted to create books with a wide-range of unforgettable characters, with heat and romance, and lots of guns. It wouldn’t be complete without a slice of humor and charm.
I live with my family and demon children aka rescue cats in South Florida.
Have I ever mentioned I’ve never been in the state of Florida in my life? Well, that is probably why I am always looking so forward to the next Paradise book. Its setting is some place I’ve never been.
Set in the Florida Keys, Madison is helping her brother Brad out of a tight spot. His car is stopped and, lo and behold, his ex-girlfriend’s dead body is in the trunk. While everyone in the family thinks Brad would be within his rights to take care of his ex-girlfriend, Brad swears he was set up. To help, Madison may have to withhold information from her boyfriend, Creole, as she uses some interesting connections.
It’s in Psycho in Paradise that Madison and Fab find out the true identity of one of their anonymous sources. You’ll have to read the book to know how they find out this information.
Pick up a copy of Psycho in Paradise, grab a cold drink and settle in for a true getaway from, at least my, reality. I received this book to review through Beck Valley Books Book Tours, I have volunteered to share my review and all the opinions are 100% my own.