I've listened to the 14 before this and they are all fantastic. Great for all ages, I would recommend this series to anyone looking to laugh!
I was glad Janet Evanovich brought one of the previous characters back. It was like meeting old nutty friend again. Lula's voice by Lorelei King is another reason to listen to this book, especially at the end of long winter day.
awsome, pls read
yes could not wait to see what step and lulu could do next.
she is the best i wish she could read them all i love that each charcter has thier own soul..
can not wait for the next book
I always laugh so hard when I'm listening to Evanovich's Stephanie Plum novels that my cats and dog think I have lost my mind. While I may have, it wasn't because of this novel. I just love all the characters and their quirks although I must admit I'm a little tired of Grandma Masur and her funeral home antics. That aside, this is an amusing addition to the Stephanie Plum library and fan will enjoy listening.
I haven't read a Stephanie Plum book that I didn't enjoy. Lorelei King is the perfect reader. What's not to love?
The secondary characters play a bigger role int he story.
She is the most amazing Reader of Janet Evanovich, she really brings the characters alive.
Janet always makes me laugh.
Give more storyline to Joe & Ranger, but especially Joe. Also, Stephanie used to end up in some really bad situations & it made the book not only funny, but suspenseful. I feel like the last few books have lacked in these things.
I don't like Mooner's voice. I think it's annoying.
I hope the next few will be better!
It's unusual for me to find a book so late in a series as interesting, new, and exciting as the first couple of books, but I have to say that Evanovitch outdoes herself in this one. The characters are rich and full, the dialogue seems to be written for audio books, and Lula remains a hoot. I loved it!
Don't expect Shakespeare from Evanovich but what she does, no-one does better. Stephanie, Grandma, Ranger et al will delight as usual. For a side splitting yarn which involves pure escapism from the real world go no further.