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Zuma Seals Series: Malibu Hills Murder, Mission Paradise, One For The Team Paperback – January 31, 2018
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If you are lost, let me back up a smidgen.
I love Deborah Brown and have read the entire Paradise Series that she writes that involves a Miss Madison Westin. When Madison first moved to Tarpon Cove, she met Zach and they dated. They had, what we all assumed was a serious relationship.
SPOILER ALERT (if you haven’t read the Paradise Series)
Things didn’t work out for Zach and Madison. In a bad way. In a way that left a sour note for me with Zach.
He had secrets that involved an ex-wife (maybe she was current at the time) and a son. Things Madison knew nothing about so when said wife and son show up; imagine my anger!
Regardless of the book being about Zach and his new company Zuma S.E.A.L.S. in California; I loved the new characters and the story.
The characters are great. Deborah has a thing with names so the names were all unique (Cable, Slice, Lark, Avalon, Alura) but it makes the characters seem so much better in my mind. They are all unique in personality as well as in name.
Zach’s business is private investigation (something I love doing) and it’s his first big case that they are hoping to grow their business on. Unfortunately, they don’t expect what they fall into.
Zuma SEALS was quite the interesting read. It was a little sickening, honestly, but the thing I really liked is that Deborah hints at the gross and the sexual, but doesn’t give details so it isn’t gross or gory. She gives you just enough that you can imagine what is going on without having to share the grizzly details.
This was a very short read – only 14 chapters – and I finished it within a matter of an hour or two.
I highly recommend anything from Deborah Brown and Zuma SEALS should be included!