Montezuma Intrigue

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When a leather parchment of Montezuma’s map is found in great-grandfather Evans’ old chest, April and the twins know this summer is going to be a memorable one. The girls want to search for it but their father is against it for some mysterious reason. With Julia’s help, she and the girls convince John to go on a treasure hunt. Is Montezuma’s treasure a legend or reality? Whatever the case, John insists on keeping their little treasure hunt a secret. If certain people find out about it, the family could be in danger.

2 reviews for Montezuma Intrigue

  1. Patricia Reichardt

    This is another riveting adventure with John and Julia Evans! I can’t get enough of these stories, not only for the mystery, but the history and family that it centers around. This one does have John and Julia in it, but it centers more on their children as they get involved in the artifact findings. The story revolves around finding the treasure of Montezuma, and the search is full of intrigue and danger. Is it guarded? Does anyone else know about the map that will lead them to it? And if they do, will they all come out alive? Yes, this is exciting and keeps you on the edge of your seat. You don’t know who to trust. But this is not what kept my interest. I loved the story of Cristina and Joshua’s history. What a beautiful story comes out as we get a glimpse into the Evans family. It’s beautiful, happy, sad and just full of love. We also get to see more of Matthew and April, and spend some time with the twins who are full of spunk! And the final surprise of Julia and John’s heritage is sure to make you smile! It’s hard to believe how life works, how small the world is and how family is so important! It’s a great addition to this series!

    Carolyn Kashner continues her narration, bringing it all to life. There are a lot of characters and circumstances, and she delves into each one, their own voice and personality. I found it completely entertaining and look forward to the next adventure.

  2. Julie Howard

    I did enjoy this book but would call it more of a romance than an action adventure. Don’t get me wrong the characters do going looking for treasure but most of the story is taken up with a camp fire ‘re telling of a romance, a young teenager just discovering love and a happily married couple spending time together. Although not what I was expecting I did enjoy it and things certainly heat up at the end with a few twists. The author does a lot of research to back up her story and make it interesting. The author even managed to fit in some humour. Off to join the Evans family in the next book.
    When the Evans sister discover a trunk in there attic, it sends the whole family off on a treasure hunt when the map they find turns out to be an actual place. The treasure has a curse and mystery attached to it that has there father reluctant to search for the gold, especially when the news of there hunt makes it to the newspapers. They aren’t the only ones looking for it.
    I like the narrator. Have heard a number of books narrated by her and always find them to be enjoyable.
    I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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