I found this to be a solid installment in the Stephanie Plum series. We do see many of the same plot points as the other books i.e. bungling attempts to apprehend criminals, destroyed vehicles, bombed buildings, etc.
What I also noticed is the solid contribution of Connie in all the action -- more so than any previous book. The relationship between Ranger and Stephanie continues to grow and become more defined while her hold on Morrelli also stays strong. I don't know how Evanovich keeps the tension going through so many books. Bravo!
Grandma Mazur, Lulu and Mooner (he's back) along with other supporting characters continue to add their own flavor to the story. Looking forward to seeing what happens in #17 after reading thru to the end of this one.
Time for another Stephanie Plum story during my commutes. Listening to these is entertaining but so, so light. The books are very formulaic but taken occasionally they do lead to a few laughs while trapped in traffic. A fun listen.
Hobbits saved the day - that's right! I said hobbits!
Stephanie Plum & Janet Evanovich always make me laugh out loud!
all of her books are good
In this installment of Stephanie Plum's adventures, cousin Vinne is kidnapped and held ransom. As usual, Stephanie, Lula and Connie are on the case. I love to listen to these on cd! The reader does a great job with all the characters; especially Lula. Cluck-in-a-bucket and "the one" diet are featured--just hilarious!
This was funny as all of her books. A quick read and entertaining
This one was pretty good. Really enjoyed it.
This one was OK. 6 of 10 for me.
Pretty boring read.
I feel like I am reading the same book over and over again.
Vinnie is in trouble. Stephanie needs to help to keep her job.
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