- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 872 KB
- Print Length: 81 pages
- Publisher: Pronoun (1 Jun. 2017)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06XVB5Q1Y
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 2 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #432,644 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Zachary (New Orleans Magic Book 3) Kindle Edition
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Although the romance part was very good, with a very good set of main characters, with the half-brothers back story. I found the conclusion to the murders very lack-luster. It left gaping holes that could have been filled in, the loose ends tied together, and over all tidied up a lot better than what it was.
I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book. Published by Season Publishing and downloaded via NetGalley.
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Zachary was the half brother of O’Reilly, always feeling at odds and tend to be a bit reckless. He’s a good cop, but he also tend to do things a bit out of the book to ensure the culprit was revealed and captured. His ex-partner and love interest, Detective Rebecca, was a straight-laced cop, a bit too straight for me. Honestly, a bit unbelievable that a too straight (and naïve) cop could be a successful detective. But, hey, it’s a fiction.
The mystery was concluded here, with Zach solved it and safe the day. The mystery solving was good, with enough suspense. The other issues, though, they’re too nicely wrap up. Like “okay, it’s the end of the trilogy, let’s wrap it up smooth, nice and sweet”. Still, a good read.
All in all, this trilogy was okay. You have to read it in order, and they’re definitely not stand-alones.
I was provided a complementary copy by the author / publisher through NetGalley, but this in no way influenced my thoughts or opinions.
Author: Patricia Rosemoor
Publisher: Season Publishing
Genre: Mystery, Thrillers & Suspense
Sub-Genre: Romance; Paranormal
Reviewed For NetGalley and Season Publishing
Rating: 4 Stars
The third book centers around Zachary Doucet a cop and his former partner Det. Rebecca Romero. Zachary arrives at the scene of yet another murder during a voodoo ceremony and sees his ex-partner. The two work together to find who is behind the killings and trying to destroy Camille's reputation and restaurant. The mystery started with "Jordan" by Rebecca York and continued with book 2 "Liam" by Ann Voss Peterson.
Patricia Rosemoor concludes the story and pulls us back in and makes us join in the search as Zachary and Rebecca work with the others . As the seek out the killer they grow closer together and have the readers reacting to every clue and scene. Originally published as an anthology in 2003.
My rating of "Zachary" is 4 out of 5 stars.
The action/mystery was interesting enough to ensure that I at least would finish the story, but the romance between the two main characters - Zachary and Rebecca - was wooden and unbelievable. Okay, maybe they had more of a back story in the other books - but at least I found neither of them charming enough for me to care a lot about them, in fact, they left me indifferent. I find that important in a book, even if it makes you hate a character, as a strong emotional connection or disconnection makes a story interesting, and that was what was lacking here.
Thankfully, the Author decided to not drag the already non-existing chemistry on for too long, and simply solved the mystery in a rather quick manner, even if that could have been executed a little better.
Considering that this genre has some truly great writers, Zachary does not stand out enough for me to recommend it to you. Instead, read any of the books by Kay Hooper or Heather Graham, and you will get a lot more suspense, action, and romance.
Zachary is the last book in the New Orleans Magic series. And as promised I went and started the series over and completed Zachary story at long last. In Liam's story, I thought I knew who the individual was circumventing executing the supporter on Jordan's life partner bistro. Obviously, it was quite recently starry-eyed thinking on my part, since I didn't care for the one character.
On the off chance that I needed to pick which book out of the three I preferred it would be this book. I think because it had better character development and out of the three brothers I like Zachary better.
Independently each book merits the evaluations that I provided for them. Be that as it may, all in all, only two stars for series.
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