In Book 2 in "The Madeleine Richards Series", Problems in Paradise, Maddy and Hannah can't believe their luck when they are invited to tag along on Maddy's mother's honeymoon trip to "Paradise". While there, they befriend an older girl, whose life experiences are drastically different from their own. Soon, Maddy finds herself wrapped up in a potentially dangerous situationIn Book 2 in "The Madeleine Richards Series", Problems in Paradise, Maddy and Hannah can't believe their luck when they are invited to tag along on Maddy's mother's honeymoon trip to "Paradise". While there, they befriend an older girl, whose life experiences are drastically different from their own. Soon, Maddy finds herself wrapped up in a potentially dangerous situation that has direct ties to their new friend's boyfriend. In order to save her new friend from dangers that lie ahead, Maddy will have to trust God, gather her courage, and let go of her preconceived notions about the young girl to help save her from the web of betrayal and deceit that she finds herself in. Can Maddy learn to trust her new found faith and share it to help save her new friend? Like Book One in the series, (which is FREE on Kindle), "Problems in Paradise" is a Tween Christian fiction book, and is a must read for tweenage girls aged ten to thirteen, who are looking for a heart-warming story, full of adventure, personal struggle, and Christian values....
|Title||:||problems in paradise|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||114 Pages|
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problems in paradise Reviews
Never quite what he seemed The second book in the series was good, suspenseful but not too scary. It is a great series for teenage girls. Good friendship material and advice given. It's sometimes easy to want to get involved with issues that aren't really our business but I totally agreed with Sara's advice for the girls. Can't wait to finish the series with Trouble in Town to see what kind of trouble Maddy gets into this time. The poor girl Jair can't help herself
GENRE: TWEEN FICTION—Book Two of the Madeleine Richards Series, “Problems in Paradise,” has the feel of one of my old favorite tween series, Babysitters’ Club only with Christian overtones. The episodic feel to the storyline was less noticeable in the first book of this series, but that is as it should be. From the first page, the characters are familiar, and it takes less time to warm up to the heroine. However, readers will be happy to find that, while Maddy has adjusted to the changes life has thrown at her, her adventurous spirit has not diminished. The next chapter in her life has her traveling to paradise. Against the lush, tropical setting of the island of Hawaii, and once again accompanied by her best friend, Hannah, Maddy’s natural nosiness leads her into an adventure that puts her faith to the test. Her struggle with her understanding of faith is realistic and handled wisely by the author. Young readers love series and will definitely be looking forward to the next book.
I had the honor to review this book for the author. This is try's amazing story. When Hank and Sarah take Maddy and Hannah on their honeymoon with them they are so excited. When the girls meet Lynsay they try to make friends with her because she looks so sad. When Lyndsay gets taken it is traumatic for everyone involved. You won't be able to stop reading this book.
While on a surprise trip, Maddy again finds herself in a predicament and calls out to God to help her. How like us!!! This is a good book and I truly enjoyed it. I received a copy from the author in exchange for a fair review. Highly recommend.