Yes, good story well read. Seems to be a much more serious storyline than the usual flit and flutter. Nice to have Ranger be the center of the story.
Seeing the more human side of Ranger was a treat. The great man does have another side, for the right reasons.
When Morrelli saves Ranger.
Is Ranger married? Picture Sally Sweet, Lula and Grandma Mazur in a band. Now to that image picture the costumes that Lula puts together for them to wear. That should give you some genuine belly laughs. This is on top of all of Stephanie's misadventures and mishaps. This is such a fun and funny series that I can't give it anything less than a 5.
There is nothing better than a picture painted with words to stir the imagination to feel, see, long for and even smell when done well!
Love all the character interaction and my favorite performance by a grandma! I am considering joining the band myself just to wear inappropriate clothes.
Fun characters, mundane dialogue making tense situations hilarious and plot twists
Once the plot was initially developed, there were appalling consequences at any time, both for the romantic and criminal sides.
She brings a depth to each character that resounds and makes them plausible, even when I have trouble believing that's possible.
No. I spread it out over a couple of weeks.
I really liked the inside look an Ranger's life and backstory. It would have made a good ultimate or penultimate chapter to the series. Unfortunately the books just got worse and more ridiculous from here on out.
Some of the side characters voices have begun to get ridiculous
This is the last book where Stephanie Plum is a likable character.
All the books start out the same - believe they must use a script for about the first four chapters. Fun characters - especially lead. Great for just a fun listen.
Evanovich is amazing at making you feel a part of her characters' lives.
Yes, as always Evanovich grabs the reader and pulls them in where you can't see the next corner nevermind what is around it.
Lorelei King is a wonderful performer with a vast array of voices to portray each character, helping the listener feel like you know them.
What will happen to the love triangle if Ranger has a wife?
Lorelei King IS Stephanie Plum. Her voices run true to each of the characters, which are nicely drawn by Evanovich. I can relate to Plum, her self-doubt, her neuroses - in other words, she's not superwoman, she's just another woman with issues, who happens to have the hots for two very hot men, a grandmother who should have her own TV show, a father who has retreated into his own tiny bubble to protect himself from the strange women in his life, a mother who believes pineapple upside-down cake cures everything. Every character in these stories is memorable, even those with supporting roles. I can hardly wait for the next Plum novel to come out!
I am loving the series and it still continues to entertain.
It is hard to chose my favorite character, but grandma and Lula cracks me up!
Lorelei King is amazing! The book would not be the same without narration.