Confessions: The Paris Mysteries by James Patterson and Maxine Paetro

confessions the paris mysteriesHey, Night Owls it’s Kat here with my third review for the Confessions series by James Patterson and Maxine Paetro. Confessions: The Paris Mysteries is the third book in the series and it is shorter than the first two in the series. However, it still took me a while to get through. I’m giving it 3.5/5 stars now even though I originally gave it 4/5 stars on Goodreads.

We pick up right after the events from the last book. Tandy, Uncle Jacob, and the rest of the family are in Paris in Gram Hilda’s old house. The Angel siblings now have access to the inheritance that Gram Hilda left them. While this is huge for the Angels, there is a catch. They now have to be extremely responsible and not tarnish the Angel name. If they tarnish the name they’ll lose their inheritance. Tandy is finally reunited with the love of her life, James. Their reunion is short-lived as he leaves to protect her from his father. After that Tandy finds herself involved in yet another mystery involving her family’s company, Angel Pharmaceuticals, and her older sister Katherine’s death.

It took me forever to get through this book, but I finished it. I wanted to know what would happen in the end, so I could read the last book. As for the audiobook,I did not like the change of narrators mid-series. The narrator could’ve done a better job. I also predicted what would happen so that was a bit of a let down. I hate how James and C.P. changed all of the sudden. It felt so random. The book as a whole felt rushed, too.

If you have read the first 2 books in the series and want to continue, go for it. If you don’t want to continue with the series that’s ok, too. If this has ever happened to you mid-series let me know in the comments.

Happy reading!!!


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