Zoë Martinique Investigations By: Phaedra Weldon

Spectre
This book and these characters…I love them. I loved the plot, the twists I never could have imagined. The science was well explained, just enough detail. This gripping adventure was hard to walk away from. The immaturity of Zoë seemed to change, perhaps because this story was more action and crime-solving than explanation. It was so good. Weldon has so much patience as an author, spreading the results out and waiting for relationships to develop, waiting for problems to be fixed, and in a sense that reality is what draws me in. That with every chapter something else is standing in the way or turning up on their doorstep to prevent them from this happily ever after. Something is always coming, always stopping us. I love that element.

This book left me smiling all the way to the end. Joe is definitely my favorite character, what with his cocky attitude and subtle nurturing side. I’ve come to stray from Daniel, but I’m sure in the next book Weldon will do excellent at drawing us back into Daniel’s arms and swooning us with his love so the ultimate choice between the men will be death. The only way to stop loving two men so passionately is if one of them dies and leaves you no choice but to love the other.

I’m so eager to read the next book. Well done. What an entertaining read, I was captivated from cover to cover and would definitely read it all over again.

2 thoughts on “Zoë Martinique Investigations By: Phaedra Weldon

  1. I kind of have mixed feelings about this book series. Not for sure if I want to read it. I probably will at least once because I feel it deserves that but idk about buying the series and it will not be next on my list.

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    1. Thank you for reading my review! I believe this type of book is directed to a more specific audience, preferably individuals who are interested in the paranormal. But I don’t want to discourage readers because one never knows if paranormal fiction is for them until they try it out. Paranormal fiction is such a broad topic that includes lore, various types of ghosts, demons, and legends. And it’s often presented in a fantasy format like Weldon’s. I don’t like fantasy but this was worth reading, and I wouldn’t have known without trying it.

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