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There's Something About St. Tropez (Mac Reilly #2)

3.49 of 5 stars 3.49  ·  rating details  ·  691 ratings  ·  89 reviews
Five international vacationers, strangers to each other, misfits running from their daily lives, are brought together at the same small seaside Hotel of Dreams, by a rental scam, an international art heist, passion, murder and a haunting.
It had seemed like the perfect getaway for Malibu’s famous TV private investigator, Mac Reilly and his girlfriend/partner, Sunny Alvar
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Kindle Edition, 480 pages
Published (first published January 1st 2009)
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Filipa
Há muito tempo que não voltava a Elizabeth Adler e foi com imenso prazer que, quando, pessoas disponibilizaram este e-book, eu o descarreguei e... num dia de espera... tirei o e-book reader da mala e foi esta a escolha.

Li apenas um livro de Adler "Um casamento em Veneza" e adorei.
Não sei realmente porque nunca mais peguei em livros da autora, ou melhor até sei... vamos descobrindo outros autores, os gostos vão mudando e estamos sempre em mudanças... então Adler foi deixada para trás.
Creio que o...more
★ Monica
O primeiro livro desta autora e adorei, todos os detalhes, pormenores, tudo me fez ficar presa a este livro. e o final? como eu gosto, surpreendente e deixa-nos com vontade de mais.
só me falta decidir qual o próximo a comprar.
Isabel  Almeida (Os Livros Nossos)
http://oslivrosnossos.blogspot.pt/201... [leia a crítica completa no blog Os Livros Nossos]

" Adler esteve brilhante neste romance, ao criar personagens bastante densas e bem construídas, e que consigo transportam dramas, sofrimento, ilusões e desilusões, muitas delas questionando-se a si mesmas e ao rumo que vêem a vida levar. Todos irão descobrir em Saint-Trop (um local de beleza, diversão, consumismo e excessos) novos caminhos a desbravar e mistérios que precisam de ser resolvidos, embora o pe...more
Courtney Niederer
A fun read, but not the best writing. A whodunit with a little adventure. In other words, mindless fiction, and I mean mindless.
LJ
Elizabeth Adler is a writer who specializes in romantic fiction and romantic mystery fiction with settings in exotic locations. Adler is an expert in describing a place so that it comes alive, and in There’s Something about St. Tropez, she writes a delicious send up of this luxurious tourist destination. The descriptions of food, wine, sunny beaches, and well-appointed hotels are so entrancing it almost doesn't matter what the story is about.

The story: Mac and Sunny, his fiancé plan a month long...more
Maria
Apesar de não ter lido o primeiro livro da série Mac Reilly, "De Malibu, com Amor" e se não me tivessem chamado a atenção para tal passava-me completamente ao lado a série, consegui lê-lo perfeitamente, tendo a autora o cuidado de não estabelecer muitos paralelismos com o passado. Portanto, não me senti perdida.

Opinião completa em: http://marcadordelivros.blogspot.pt/2...
Filipa
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Este é o segundo volume do quarteto Mac Reilly publicado pela Quinta Essência. O primeiro livro deste conjunto (De Malibu, Com Amor) foi uma leitura agradável mas nada de extraordinário. Com mistério e romance, acompanhámos as aventuras de Mac Reilly e companhia por Malibu e também por França. Agora, Mac Reilly e Sunny voltam para desvendar mais mistérios, desta feita na exótica e irresistível cidade de Saint-Tropez, lugar tão desejado pelas celebridades e milionários de todo o mu...more
Sonia Cristina
Também não gostei muito deste 2º volume da série Mac Reily mas gostei mais do que do 1º. O que me fez gostar mais - Saint-Tropez, as descrições, o ambiente e a comida, adorei! Engraçado, os meus livros preferidos de Elizabeth Adler são os passados em França (mas este não é dos meus preferidos).

Porque não gostei mais? Bem, por 2 motivos: a parte do mistério desenvolveu-se com muita lentidão. Até havia espaço para um enredo com mais adrenalina, mas não foi assim que se passou; esperava mais ação d...more
Paula pccst
Quando Mac e Sunny, o casal já conhecido do livro "De Malibu, com Amor" decidem passar umas românticas férias em Saint-Tropez, estavam longe de imaginar a situação caricata que iriam passar.
Eis que, as tão desejadas férias de praia, sol e muito namoro, numa belíssima moradia junto ao mar, transformaram-se em longos dias de stress, mistério, roubos, mortes e perseguições, quando descobrem que foram vitimas de fraude. Não ficando por aqui, Sunny e Mac descobrem que não foram os únicos roubados, m...more
Elphaba J
Quem já leu uma história de Elizabeth Adler rever-se-á, certamente, nas minhas palavras ao apontar esta autora como uma escolha assertiva para boas horas de entretenimento. Nunca desiludindo, as suas narrativas têm a fórmula perfeita para nos fazer viajar através das suas páginas para locais de sonho, onde estão garantidos mistérios variados, uma pitada de humor, romance e muita acção ao longo das múltiplas descrições de cortar o folgo, enquanto acompanhamos as suas personagens encantadoras.

Féri...more
Leah Kautz
Ahhh, the guilty pleasures! All of the reviews for this book call it a great "beach read" but since I don't live anywhere near a beach, I like to think of them as my "camping reads"....great for something light and entertaining to read by the campfire or lounging in a hammock after a day of playing outside.

This is definitely a textbook "guilty pleasure" book - not much substance, but well written and intriguing. There is just enough romance to be "girly" but not too much to elicit comments from...more
Ana Fernandes
É engraçado como um grupo de turistas acaba por se conhecer e passam juntos estas férias, quando não era isso que estava inicialmente planeado. A autora cria um enredo entre eles inesperado.
O que destaco sempre nos livros desta autora são as descrições dos locais que levam-me a viajar sem sair do mesmo local.
Jackie
Audio book. About 5 people who start off who are scammed renting the same villa in St. Tropez only to find it inhabitable. They all move to a local hotel and the adventure starts from there.
Megan Gray
Of the three Mac Reilly series books by Elizabeth Adler that I've read in the last couple of weeks, "There's Something About St. Tropez" is definitely my favorite. And that's saying a lot because I loved the other two! Primarily, this was my favorite because of the band of "Misfits" that Mac and his fiancee Sunny meet and help while on vacation. This colorful cast of characters included two young children, each lost in his and her own way. The children were the heart of the story, in my opinion,...more
Jennifer
Sometimes these fluffy books are surprisingly well-written and interesting, but I didn't think this was one of those books. First of all, there were entirely too many characters. Each of them had their own storyline and it got a bit confusing. I just didn't care that much about any of them.

The dialogue was a little bit unrealistic and formal.

I liked the kids and the dogs the best.

One thing that bugged me throughout - maybe it's an American conceit, but do they REALLY drink that much rose wine in...more
Randa
Not my cup of tea...I have a hard time with books that have multiple perspectives. That's all I have to say.
Sheryl Swanson
Cute romance. A little corny but entertaining. Writing was not exceptional.
Carly
This book is simply amazing. theres elements of mystery, romance, friendship; and it takes place in a remarkable location- st. tropez. the author did an amazing job of transporting you to the french riviera. the whole time i felt like i was right there sipping rose and having amazing french food with the characters. the characters were so well written and developed i felt like i knew so much about them. this is a great summer read for sitting on the beach, or if it is cold and rainy, it will tak...more
Rachel
It took me a long time to get into this book. The first half moved very very slowly. I also felt like too many new characters were introduced throughout. It was really hard to keep the main characters straight, much less who's who and connected to whom. I was very intrigued once I got past the first, slow half.
Sharla
This book was suggested to me by a fellow book group member. While the author's background in writing romance novels was clear, this book was entertaining and enjoyable light reading. The setting was wonderful. Who could argue with placing a mystery in St. Tropez? Actually there were at least three mysteries going at once, a lot of characters and side trips. A few times I had to suspend disbelief. Overall I enjoyed this one. Happy endings all around.
Ewa
-4 stars
Laura
Elizabeth Adler's books are complete fluff, but good fun. If you can't afford to travel to places like St. Tropez, you can enjoy instead her detailed descriptions of the good life. Her characters are pretty stiff but she really excels at painting pictures of beautiful, quaint hotels and villas and the delicious meals eaten on their terraces. This one is not her best, but will amuse you on a Saturday afternoon.
Gelynn


Loved it! It is light and easy. My life is so busy I need the light and easy reads. If you are hoping for some great literary classic this is not for you. But if you like a little romance with a mystery and some cute endearing children to add to the story, then you will enjoy. Short chapters to read when you get a short break from your busy life, to escape a little!!
Darlene
lizbeth Aldler writes wonderful travel novels always filled with beautiful views of the country we are visiting. That is one of the reasons I enjoy her books. They allow me to visit areas of the world I will never see for myself. If I could have I would have given this book a 3.65 rating, not enough for a 4 but close. Several mystries mixed along with this vacation trip.
Lee
This was a pretty good read for a trip out of town with plenty of airport/airplane time - I thought it was more of a chick lit than it actually turned out to be. There's a mystery involved while a private investigator is supposed to be on vacation with his fiance. Various strangers thrown together who become great friends, cute kids, dogs, the whole ball of wax!
Betsy
Although this book had a couple of instances of bad language and suggestive behavior, it wasn't too bad and I still found it pretty enjoyable. The story moved along quickly and the mystery was interesting. It was a good summer read. I would have given it 3 stars if it had been a little "cleaner." It wasn't great literature, but fun none the less.
Angela
this book felt like I was reading a book. what does that mean. it means there are some stories you get so caught up in you feel like your are living it. but this book. it really felt like a I was just reading a book and not a very good one at that. I liked some of the characters and some I didnt. Dont waste your time reading this.
Amanda
I grabbed this book thinking it might be interesting. It was a little overwhelming at first. Way to many characters and the story jumps all over the place. I felt like it actually got better towards the last few chapters. Some of the stories seemed to end and I wanted more. I will read more from Elizabeth Adler.
Good Reads Over Coffee Book Club Wells
I gave this book a 5 star because of how easy and fun it was to read. I enjoy a light hearted, romantic suspense novel- not too gushy with the romance,and chock full of fun intrigue that kept me turning its pages wanting more to the very end. Alas, I had to go and get her other books which have not disappointed me yet.
Betty
I eagerly await Elizabeth Adler's newest book and this one didn't disappoint me. It was a little longer read than most of her books, but enjoyed it every step of the way. Enjoyed the characters, the destination, the subject matter ....... enjoyed it all. Interesting twist at the end about Bertrand's "mother".
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Born in Yorkshire, North England, Elizabeth Adler met her husband Richard (an American) while both were working in London. They have lived in England, Ireland, France, Brazil, and the United States and have traveled extensively. They have one daughter and live in Palm Springs, California. Her first novel, Private Desires (also titled Leonie), launched an enormously successful writing career, she a...more
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