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Librarian Note: This is an alternate cover edition of ASIN: B01N4WEFVF. The original cover edition is here. It isn’t every day that a billionaire pharmacy CEO sails his yacht down to Tequila Key to see how the common folk live. Or in Chadwick Harrington’s case, to hide out from the media circus threatening to ruin his not-so-illustrious career after he privatized a patente Librarian Note: This is an alternate cover edition of ASIN: B01N4WEFVF. The original cover edition is here. It isn’t every day that a billionaire pharmacy CEO sails his yacht down to Tequila Key to see how the common folk live. Or in Chadwick Harrington’s case, to hide out from the media circus threatening to ruin his not-so-illustrious career after he privatized a patented cure for Alzheimer’s. No wonder he’s called “The Most-Hated Man in America.” When Chadwick is abducted, his security chief forces Althea and Miss Elva to use their extra-sensory powers to find Chadwick within three days… or else. Which is the last thing Althea needs when she’s in the middle of an explosive love triangle that threatens to distract her from the events at hand. The clock is ticking, and when a website goes viral revealing the lurid details of Chadwick’s lifestyle, the whole world is watching as Althea is forced to throw caution to the wind to find the one man she’d just as soon see left for dead.


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Librarian Note: This is an alternate cover edition of ASIN: B01N4WEFVF. The original cover edition is here. It isn’t every day that a billionaire pharmacy CEO sails his yacht down to Tequila Key to see how the common folk live. Or in Chadwick Harrington’s case, to hide out from the media circus threatening to ruin his not-so-illustrious career after he privatized a patente Librarian Note: This is an alternate cover edition of ASIN: B01N4WEFVF. The original cover edition is here. It isn’t every day that a billionaire pharmacy CEO sails his yacht down to Tequila Key to see how the common folk live. Or in Chadwick Harrington’s case, to hide out from the media circus threatening to ruin his not-so-illustrious career after he privatized a patented cure for Alzheimer’s. No wonder he’s called “The Most-Hated Man in America.” When Chadwick is abducted, his security chief forces Althea and Miss Elva to use their extra-sensory powers to find Chadwick within three days… or else. Which is the last thing Althea needs when she’s in the middle of an explosive love triangle that threatens to distract her from the events at hand. The clock is ticking, and when a website goes viral revealing the lurid details of Chadwick’s lifestyle, the whole world is watching as Althea is forced to throw caution to the wind to find the one man she’d just as soon see left for dead.

30 review for Tequila Four

  1. 4 out of 5

    Sabine

    It was a slower paced and less action packed story then the previous ones but I really liked it. Several chuckles and some nice romance made it a very fun read.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Sandee

    As usual, Tricia delivers a great mystery and entertaining characters. Unfortunately, this one doesn't include any underwater segments and that disappointed me a bit. She also chose to have one of her characters perpetuate very stupid ideas about pharmaceutical companies. I was very offended at her inclusion of lies about companies that have saved the lives of so many people, including my husband and I, and that have enhanced the quality of life for so many others. Fortunately, the nonsense was As usual, Tricia delivers a great mystery and entertaining characters. Unfortunately, this one doesn't include any underwater segments and that disappointed me a bit. She also chose to have one of her characters perpetuate very stupid ideas about pharmaceutical companies. I was very offended at her inclusion of lies about companies that have saved the lives of so many people, including my husband and I, and that have enhanced the quality of life for so many others. Fortunately, the nonsense was restricted to the beginning and end of the story. I understand this is fiction but I expect authors to use moral sensibilities in their writing. Otherwise, this is a fine story, written with the same skill as the others in this series. A good mystery, a bit of romance, lots of adventure and lots of fun.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Aimee Nicole Walker

    I really loved this book. We get to see new magic and psychic abilities, an excellent mystery with an interesting outcome, and growth on the romantic front. If anyone is keeping score, I’m still 1000% #TeamTrace. Can’t wait to start book five.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Micky Cox

    A tarot card reading goes awry followed by the disappearance of the wealthy pharmaceutical guy who demanded the reading puts Althea and her band of lively misfits smack in the middle of another crisis too soon for Althea's sometime boyfriend's liking. Another excellently plotted paranormal mystery with a splash of romance to keep you entertained for hours. I can't believe how quickly I am flying through these books especially since I so far they have all been available on audio! I simply can't g A tarot card reading goes awry followed by the disappearance of the wealthy pharmaceutical guy who demanded the reading puts Althea and her band of lively misfits smack in the middle of another crisis too soon for Althea's sometime boyfriend's liking. Another excellently plotted paranormal mystery with a splash of romance to keep you entertained for hours. I can't believe how quickly I am flying through these books especially since I so far they have all been available on audio! I simply can't get enough!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Meg

    This was a good addition to the series, barring a reservation or two that I had.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Carla Eacret

    Entertaining This series is absolutely delightful!!! So many good things going on with a dollop of mystery, love, discovery and hope to know ourselves and appreciate who we are.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Amanda

    I received a free advanced copy in exchange for an honest review. Welcome back to Tequila Key's. Althea is at it again, getting herself and friends into crazy situations and solving mysteries. I was glad to be back reading about my friends, especially Miss Elva. She still remains my favorite, in fact, I might need one of her hats. Also, I LOVED the Althea/Trace conversation around page 122ish. Some things I did miss, there were no cool diving sites or and snorkelling, I felt like it had less magic I received a free advanced copy in exchange for an honest review. Welcome back to Tequila Key's. Althea is at it again, getting herself and friends into crazy situations and solving mysteries. I was glad to be back reading about my friends, especially Miss Elva. She still remains my favorite, in fact, I might need one of her hats. Also, I LOVED the Althea/Trace conversation around page 122ish. Some things I did miss, there were no cool diving sites or and snorkelling, I felt like it had less magic, and while Althea was awesome and I unstand her feelings were mixed up due to the men in her life, I felt she was more cranky and less sassy. I hope she is back to her usual sassy self, especially after the way things ended.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Gina Lorax

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This is more 3.5 and I’ve changed my ranking from 3 to 4 to 3 as it’s not either one. I’m left feeling more irritated than anything by the events, hence my settling on 3. My four main irritants with this book (+ 1 for the series) as of now: - The whole on again, off again thing with Cash is getting irritating. Why are we still hashing that out? I thought this was resolved in book 2? - Nathanial and Nico. Both work security. Both introduced at the same time. For the love of the goddess why?! Sure y This is more 3.5 and I’ve changed my ranking from 3 to 4 to 3 as it’s not either one. I’m left feeling more irritated than anything by the events, hence my settling on 3. My four main irritants with this book (+ 1 for the series) as of now: - The whole on again, off again thing with Cash is getting irritating. Why are we still hashing that out? I thought this was resolved in book 2? - Nathanial and Nico. Both work security. Both introduced at the same time. For the love of the goddess why?! Sure you make a point about the accent but then ever mention it again. So what’s the point of mentioning it? I’m reading along thinking, “but that doesn’t sound like that guy” Only to find out at the end that I was thinking of the other male N who works security. - Victoria. There was no need for that. Could still have the fund setup without that outcome. An attempt would’ve been sufficient. - There was zero need for Althea to go on that dream walk. She did nothing in that scene. I know you needed to send her to keep the story moving but have her *do* something. Not just stand around and gawk at the room. - Why are are all of these events happening in this sleepy little town in the span of what? Six months? Give us something. Althea is awakened to them because of her magic. She’s a nexus for life and death events. Something to make it plausible. I’ll read book 5 as I’ve already bought it but Victoria’s storyline has seriously soured me on this series.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Diedra Drake

    This book begins when Althea is paid handsomely to do a card reading on board the yacht of an incredibly disliked CEO currently visiting the small island. When Miss Elva tags along, they start to uncover some issues in his circle, and suddenly the CEO has been abducted. His security chief forces them to help located his boss, and the story takes off from there. A mixed bag is the best way I can describe this one. The whole part with his security chief 'forcing' them to help him was pretty ridicul This book begins when Althea is paid handsomely to do a card reading on board the yacht of an incredibly disliked CEO currently visiting the small island. When Miss Elva tags along, they start to uncover some issues in his circle, and suddenly the CEO has been abducted. His security chief forces them to help located his boss, and the story takes off from there. A mixed bag is the best way I can describe this one. The whole part with his security chief 'forcing' them to help him was pretty ridiculous. There had to be a better way to get them involved in the search - maybe the police chief or something. And on that note, I'm pretty done with the way they never call the chief, even though he's on their side. I also didn't like how the characters start taking major moral positions related to the CEO, but I never like it when stories integrate political and social statements. On the flip side, this was the high-point for me with the relationship between Trace and Althea. I thought their interactions were excellent, and the romance very natural. That said, this is the book where I'm leaving the Tequila Key train. It's a high point in the 'love triangle' for me (a trope that I despise) but having looked at future book descriptions in the series, I see that the author is going to continue to play with it for more books. I'm not interested in reading more with her and Cash - I feel she never really made him a likable character, just an attractive one.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Barbara Hackel

    A billionaire pharmacy CEO, Chadwick Harrington, is looking for a little recreational fun on his yacht. He sends his assistant to hire Althea for tarot readings. She firmly says no (several times) until she is offered $10,000 cash in advance. Who can resist that? She takes Miss Elva along for back-up, and is glad she did. Pharm boy Harrington is not a nice person! He has patented a cure for Alzheimer’s, and put the price in such an atmospheric price range that only the extremely wealthy can affo A billionaire pharmacy CEO, Chadwick Harrington, is looking for a little recreational fun on his yacht. He sends his assistant to hire Althea for tarot readings. She firmly says no (several times) until she is offered $10,000 cash in advance. Who can resist that? She takes Miss Elva along for back-up, and is glad she did. Pharm boy Harrington is not a nice person! He has patented a cure for Alzheimer’s, and put the price in such an atmospheric price range that only the extremely wealthy can afford to buy it. He surrounds himself by people, but none are friends-they are all along for the ride because he is rich, and someone wants to hurt him deeply. When Harrington is kidnapped, his security chief convinces Althea to help find him. What she finds is a website up to embarrass the "Most hated man in the world." While it does that job, Aletha, Luna, Miss Elva, and Trace investigate and find out some pretty interesting things. Twists, turns, and surprises await with this book of the series. It is fast paced and well written and leaves me begging for more! Be SURE to read these books in order!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Vickie

    Another fun read! I like that Miss Elva is becoming more involved in the storyline but Luna seems to have dropped out a bit. This novel had less action but more insight into Thea's powers. The storyline was the abduction of a "Pharma Boy" who held the patents and was limiting and gouging drug prices for an Alzheimer's drug. The "bad guy" seems to have been based on Martin Shkreli, a former pharmaceutical executive notorious for sharply increasing drug prices. Interesting twist on current headlin Another fun read! I like that Miss Elva is becoming more involved in the storyline but Luna seems to have dropped out a bit. This novel had less action but more insight into Thea's powers. The storyline was the abduction of a "Pharma Boy" who held the patents and was limiting and gouging drug prices for an Alzheimer's drug. The "bad guy" seems to have been based on Martin Shkreli, a former pharmaceutical executive notorious for sharply increasing drug prices. Interesting twist on current headlines of the time. However, the author hopped on the bandwagon of making all pharmaceutical companies the "bad guys" by having one of the characters spout many of the lies about the pharmaceutical industry. I found that offensive as my husband and many of our friends work on projects, both profit and nonprofit, that have made a world of difference for many both here at home and around the world. OK, off my soap box! It was another fun installment and I look forward to see where the gang goes next! Go Cards! L1C4!!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Linda C. Brizendine

    Enjoyable good book. This book is so far the best one of the series, in my opinion. I'm reading them in order so there are several yet to go. This story has mystery, intrigue, and romance. I'm not a fan of romance novels, but in these books, the romances are an integral part of the story. I like the way that Althea Rose is growing and developing. An important part to this book is the involvement of big pharma. I particularly liked the twists and turns in this unique story. I also really am a fan Enjoyable good book. This book is so far the best one of the series, in my opinion. I'm reading them in order so there are several yet to go. This story has mystery, intrigue, and romance. I'm not a fan of romance novels, but in these books, the romances are an integral part of the story. I like the way that Althea Rose is growing and developing. An important part to this book is the involvement of big pharma. I particularly liked the twists and turns in this unique story. I also really am a fan of the books not ending with a cliffhanger. The story is wrapped up in this book. I think you will want to read the next book, as do I, but because the books are good, not to have to find the solution to the story. I'm a fan and will read other series by this author when I've completed this one.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Peer

    I cannot say enough good things about this cozy mystery series. The characters are entertaining and likeable, the plot as befits a cozy and the setting is to die for. If you enjoy a paranormal edge to your cozy, this is the series for you. Number 4 in the series didn't disappoint and I was very happy with the choices Althea made. She is owning who she is and becoming more confident in herself. It was evident in the way she refused to back down in Tequila Four. Althea refusing to apologize for th I cannot say enough good things about this cozy mystery series. The characters are entertaining and likeable, the plot as befits a cozy and the setting is to die for. If you enjoy a paranormal edge to your cozy, this is the series for you. Number 4 in the series didn't disappoint and I was very happy with the choices Althea made. She is owning who she is and becoming more confident in herself. It was evident in the way she refused to back down in Tequila Four. Althea refusing to apologize for the way she lives her life had me cheering. O'Malley exemplifies through Althea that you should never have to change who you are to be with someone. Unconditional means exactly that. Amusing and compromising situations, along with my favorite sidekicks: Luna, Miss Elva, Rafe and Trace, had me wishing I could take a trip to Tequila Key tomorrow. Maybe someday soon.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Alex G

    The series just keeps getting better. How can you not fall in love with all the witty, colourful characters in these books. In this book Athela Rose and her mystery solving gang are trying to figure out who abducted a despicable billionaire, Chadwick Herrington, CEO of a pharmaceutical company. Herrington hires Athela to preform a reading for him and his guests at a private party on his Yatch. Unfortunately, Athela gets wrapped up in this mess and goes on a hunt for clues with the help of Magick The series just keeps getting better. How can you not fall in love with all the witty, colourful characters in these books. In this book Athela Rose and her mystery solving gang are trying to figure out who abducted a despicable billionaire, Chadwick Herrington, CEO of a pharmaceutical company. Herrington hires Athela to preform a reading for him and his guests at a private party on his Yatch. Unfortunately, Athela gets wrapped up in this mess and goes on a hunt for clues with the help of Magickal friends Miss Elva, Luna and Rafe (the ghost pirate). All the while, trying to sort out her whirlwind of a love life. I am just going to say there is a juicy little ending! I loved the twists and turns in this book and had fun reading this one. I can’t wait to read #5!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Vicky Coughlan

    Another great book by the author! I’m loving the Tequila series (as I call it). Althea is forced to do a tarot reading on a yacht taking Miss Elva with her as a back up. From then on things go from bad to worse. Even Cash seems to have had enough of Althea’s meddling and they decide to call it quits much to the delight of her dive buddy Trace. Love us definitely in the air. All these characters are so likeable and even funny and I for one can’t wait to read the next book and see what happens. No Another great book by the author! I’m loving the Tequila series (as I call it). Althea is forced to do a tarot reading on a yacht taking Miss Elva with her as a back up. From then on things go from bad to worse. Even Cash seems to have had enough of Althea’s meddling and they decide to call it quits much to the delight of her dive buddy Trace. Love us definitely in the air. All these characters are so likeable and even funny and I for one can’t wait to read the next book and see what happens. No diving in this story but I suppose they were too busy dealing with all that was happening. I definitely recommend this book and this series. Loving it!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Jessica

    These books keep getting better and better. Once again, there was a death, but was not the primary focus of the book. A mystery to solve, yes, but not a murder. The only “drawback” to this book was I knew who dun it almost immediately. However, I didn’t know why they did. So, still a great mystery to be solved. It also seems that Thea solved her love triangle problem. I’m happy with her choice. Another good dose of Miss Elva here, but still less of Luna and Beau. A lot of fun and funny parts. De These books keep getting better and better. Once again, there was a death, but was not the primary focus of the book. A mystery to solve, yes, but not a murder. The only “drawback” to this book was I knew who dun it almost immediately. However, I didn’t know why they did. So, still a great mystery to be solved. It also seems that Thea solved her love triangle problem. I’m happy with her choice. Another good dose of Miss Elva here, but still less of Luna and Beau. A lot of fun and funny parts. Definitely a good read.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Mike Lewis

    A very entertaining paranormal fiction Series A very entertaining paranormal fiction series. A great cast of characters and a very entertaining storyline. A psychic a white which if you do priestess oh and don’t forget to toss in a ghost any number of other eclectic characters and there you have it. A paranormal fiction murder mystery Siri ‘s. Althea rows a psychic who may be much more than that is the main character who lives in a small town in the Florida Keys. Her and her friends have adventur A very entertaining paranormal fiction Series A very entertaining paranormal fiction series. A great cast of characters and a very entertaining storyline. A psychic a white which if you do priestess oh and don’t forget to toss in a ghost any number of other eclectic characters and there you have it. A paranormal fiction murder mystery Siri ‘s. Althea rows a psychic who may be much more than that is the main character who lives in a small town in the Florida Keys. Her and her friends have adventures and solve mysteries. Check it out you will not be disappointed.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Jen Webster

    The Althea Rose series is a great little series of books. Light, Quirky and fun with a big dash of magic, romance and mystery. Each book is a stand alone book, but I recommend reading from the start as well as reading the two novellas between books 2&3 and 3&4. I started reading Tricia O’Malley last year with her Mystic Cove Series and Isle of Destiny series . I just love her books!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Anne Nelson

    A laugh out loud adventure I just loved this continuation of the story of these great characters. It has it all in my opinion. A good story, with twists, turns, suspense, a great dog and best of all characters you can sink your teeth into and imagine fitting in your life. A really good read! If you haven't yet, go get book 1 and read them all. A laugh out loud adventure I just loved this continuation of the story of these great characters. It has it all in my opinion. A good story, with twists, turns, suspense, a great dog and best of all characters you can sink your teeth into and imagine fitting in your life. A really good read! If you haven't yet, go get book 1 and read them all.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Marybelle A. Swaim

    Marvelous Since Althea cleaned up her act and dropped the nasties, she is a fun person to be around. Trust me, you will feel like you are part of the action with the stories written by Tricia O'Malley. That's how believable her characters are. Another winner here. Going for #5 now and it will be great! Because they have all been fun reading so far. Marvelous Since Althea cleaned up her act and dropped the nasties, she is a fun person to be around. Trust me, you will feel like you are part of the action with the stories written by Tricia O'Malley. That's how believable her characters are. Another winner here. Going for #5 now and it will be great! Because they have all been fun reading so far.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Ellie B

    Tequila Four Fun This book earns a 5 star rating. The team has to create some strong magic to deal with the challenges brought to them. What a fabulous team they are. I thoroughly enjoy how each intertwines her skills with the others to get the job done. The good gals win again!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Jesse Morrison

    Tricia is always a great read Lathes has a knack for getting in trouble, but seems to ramble through the story and through magic and perseverance gets to a surprising conclusion. O'Malley has become one of my favorite authors. Looking forward to the next book in this series. Thanks for the great stories. Tricia is always a great read Lathes has a knack for getting in trouble, but seems to ramble through the story and through magic and perseverance gets to a surprising conclusion. O'Malley has become one of my favorite authors. Looking forward to the next book in this series. Thanks for the great stories.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Linda Anderson

    Great series! I have enjoyed this book and the others before more than anything I have read in a long time.They are wonderfully captivating.They have it all mystery,romance,and they hold my attention.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Karen

    Book 4 Miss Elva and Thea are invited on a yacht to do readings for a spoiled rich boy. As a result Miss Elva gets her day in the spotlight and enjoys every minute. This was a good read and I loved hearing more from Miss Elva.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Eileen Gernet

    Wish it were true The premise of this book would be wonderful if it were true and not fiction. So many people would be helped. Humor, mystery and romance combine with serious issues to make a great book.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Carla

    I love this series but please, for the love of all that is holy, stop using the phrase or any derivative of "searching for the perfect chip or perfect fry" or whatever it is that Luna is eating. Every.single.time almost she eats that phrase is trotted out. I love this series but please, for the love of all that is holy, stop using the phrase or any derivative of "searching for the perfect chip or perfect fry" or whatever it is that Luna is eating. Every.single.time almost she eats that phrase is trotted out.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Victoria Risener

    Who reaps the reward ? Interesting story of mystery, emotions and psychic ability. Love is the mystery in more ways than one for more than just the tarot reader. Who reaps the benefits and the answer?

  28. 5 out of 5

    Anna

    Tequila four This was very sweet, and it addressed issues concerning humanity. It's nice to read an author's concern of issues and I hope that one day there will be affordable care for those who are unable to get the proper care they may need. Tequila four This was very sweet, and it addressed issues concerning humanity. It's nice to read an author's concern of issues and I hope that one day there will be affordable care for those who are unable to get the proper care they may need.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Kitten Peters

    Good I love this series, but in any semesters is always one book that falls short of your expectations. The characters are still great, but the story line was a little slow for me. Moving on to book 5.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Heather Holman

    Excellent. I love the light and easy cozy mysteries Tricia O’Malley provers in her Althea Rose books. Strongly recommend them to anyone that enjoys the cozy mystery (with a little extra)genre.

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